AAA and AA Tryouts -- Spring 2023, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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AAA and AA Tryouts -- Spring 2023
Attention players who are wishing to tryout for AAA or AA teams ----

The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) has approved Player Evaluations (Tryouts) for the 2023-24 season for age-groups U10 through U18 to be conducted during the Spring of 2023.

AAA – begin April 24
AA – begin May 1

Please request a  PTS (Permission to Skate - AAA) or a NRP (Non Resident Player - AA) form via the main page of the GMHA website or in the link below.  They will be processed and a copy will be sent to the email provided as soon as access to the forms is possible.

·       AAA tryout forms will be sent in PDF format to the email you indicated.
·       NRP forms are still currently paper based and will need to be picked up in person      

Please watch the GK and KAMHA websites for exact dates of registration and tryouts.
·       U10 to U18 tryouts will be held in the spring of 2023

You will not be permitted to attend tryouts with the required paperwork.

Permission to Skate & Non-resident Player Registration Form

If you have any questions regarding these forms please email [email protected].
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