Rep Tryouts - UPDATE, News (Erin-Hillsburgh Minor Hockey Association)

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Apr 15, 2017 | EHMHA | 2007 views
Rep Tryouts - UPDATE
Schedule and rep tryout details are available at the tryouts section of the website.

Link to online tryout registration form

Online pre-registration is not available after 3pm on the day of the first tryout for a given division

Notes:

- there will be a
GOALIE TRYOUT APR 25th - 6pm 
- Goalies should also attend the other tryouts for their age group
- Midget/Minor Midget teams will have a final tryout in the fall



Important Note:  "On paper" there are enough players in each age group to form two rep teams (BB plus AE/Tyke/Minor Midget) but it will depend on who attends tryouts.

Registration for tryout passport


A tryout passport is needed to attend any or all tryouts for your age group.

Link to online tryout registration form

Passport payment options are:

Pay online using PayPal/Credit Card before the start of tryouts
      - Register by April 15 - $40
      - Register after April 15 - $50

Pay cash on-site:  $60  ($0 pre-payment)

Note: there is no "single tryout/pay-as-you-go" payment option.  Tryout registration is only available for the full passport fee which covers any or all tryouts for your age group.


Additional Entry team tryouts (includes AE / Tyke / Minor Midget)


Tryouts  for second teams in an age group (i.e. AE / Tyke / Minor Midget) will depend on the age group meeting the requirements outlined in the AE team formation policy

Information about the tryout procedure including the criteria for forming an AE / Tyke / Minor Midget team is available under the Rules of Operations |  Rep Tryout Procedures.
A visual flow of tryout is available under Rules of Operations |Team Selection process.

Additional Information:Midget / Minor Midget


  • A final tryout for Midget and Minor Midget teams will take place in the fall (after all AAA tryouts are complete)
  • Players must attend the spring tryouts in order to be eligible to participate in the fall tryout sessions
  • Players born in 2000 can only play on a Midget team
  • Players born in 2001 or 2002 can play on either a Midget or Minor Midget team
  • A Midget team has to be formed before a Minor Midget team can be formed



Additional Information: Novice AE / Tyke RS


  • Having met the minimum threshold, there are two options for an AE team within the novice age group; either a Tyke RS team (open only to 7 year olds) or instead a second novice team (open to both 7 and 8 year olds)  
  • The executive will retain the right to place the AE novice team as either a Tyke or a 2nd novice team taking into consideration the number of players at tryouts; the number of 8 year olds released from BB; the number of 7 year olds released; assessment of the remaining player skills.
  • In order to approve the formation of a Tyke RS team as the second entry there must be 12 or more 7 year old skaters available from the Novice BB tryout after the Novice coach has selected their team from tryouts. Note that the Novice BB coach is free to select as many seven year olds to the Novice BB team as he/she feels is appropriate in order to field the strongest Novice team
  • In the event of forming an AE novice team, the decision on division will be made by the executive based on division availability and competitiveness.  Options may include entering the first team in Smith A team division and the second team in Harrison (standard EH BB team placement) - or Harrison and Russell if a Russell division exists

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