September Hockey Updates, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Aug 30, 2022 | Jackie Vanderbeck | 536 views
September Hockey Updates
2022/2023 Hockey Season Updates!

Pre-Season Skates

Pre-season development skates will be offered for all players in September.

Players interested in trying out for a travel team, can attend the combined pre-season
skates that are now posted on the travel website calendar for their age group. These
skates will include both Essex and Southpoint players. Please follow the link below to
check the schedule.

https://essex-southpoint.com/Seasons/Current/

For those players that only intend to play local league, pre-season skates will be hosted
at your home association (Essex or Southpoint). Those schedules will be posted very
soon as registration numbers are currently being finalized.

There will be no additional charge for the pre-season development skates.

Tryouts

Is your child interested in trying out for a travel team for the upcoming season?  Travel
tryouts for U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U18 and U21 teams will begin in mid-September. 
The schedule is now posted on the travel website calendar for each age group. Anyone
interested in trying out (both Essex and Southpoint players) must pay the tryout fee in
advance by following the link below:

https://page.hockeycanada.ca/page/hc/ohf/ontario-minor-hockey-association/region-1-
a/essex


If your home centre is Essex and you’ve already paid the tryout fee at time of
registration, there is no need to pay again.  Please also note that U14, U15 and U16
tryouts were held in the spring and those players are not required to pay this fee again.

U14, U15 and U16 Travel Teams

Practice and game times are now posted on the travel website for your respective age
group.


If there are any questions please email [email protected] and/or
[email protected] Please continue to check the website for updates!
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