TRYOUT SCHEDULE, News (Greater Kingston AAA Hockey)

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Aug 27, 2021 | Allan Heyman | 2296 views

Over the next few days the tryout schedule will be fully updated to the team calendars section.
Here are the links:
U9:   First tryout date is Sept. 14th 4:30pm
U10: First tryout date is Sept. 13th 6:30pm
U11: First tryout date is Sept. 14th 6:00pm
U12: First tryout date is Sept. 10th 6:30pm
U13: First tryout date is Sept. 10th 6:00pm
U14: First tryout date is Sept. 10th 7:30pm
U15: First tryout date is Sept. 10th 7:30pm
U16: First tryout date is Sept. 10th 9:00pm
U18: First tryout date is Sept. 10th 9:00pm
Just as a reminder, before a player can step on the ice, the individual needs to have completed the online registration
The player will also need a Permission to Skate Form or Waiver from their home center and full payment needs to have been sent via email to [email protected]
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