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2019-2020 Representative and MD Tryouts - UPDATED
Submitted By Josh Hamilton on Monday, March 11, 2019
MANDATORY TRYOUT ONLINE FEE AND SCHEDULE INFORMATION
**UPDATED** MB A and MM A schedules on May 2nd

2019-2020 Tryout Information and Schedules


ALL PLAYERS (Brampton and non Brampton residents) trying out for any 2019/20 Brampton 45's Hockey Inc. Rep & MD team MUST pre-register online through the website before the tryouts begin. This year Brampton Hockey Inc. is implementing a one-time $80 cost for Rep tryouts Novice to Midget and $40 for MD. If you pay $80 for Rep tryouts and the player then tries out for MD, there is no further charge. 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR TRYOUTS 

This is a flat rate for all tryouts, all fees are non-refundable.  What this means for players, once you pay the fee you can either go to all tryouts in your age group or just one.  If you are interested in A you may register for AA, if you are not offered a spot, the system will automatically place the player on the tryout list at the next level. No need to re-register for a second time.

Upon check in at the arena you will be issued a Tryout Identification Code for that team's tryouts.  This code will be posted on the website under the team's home page each night.  If you see your code on the list this means the Coach would like your son/daughter to return for the next tryout. If the code no longer appears it means your child should no longer come to that team's tryouts. A new code will be provided to your child at the next level team's tryouts. Example: AA to A

For Mobile Users, go to site finder, choose correct team's level, choose team and then from the Menu choose Tryout Player List.


2019-2020 Representative Tryouts will take place as follows:

AAA TRYOUTS - SCHEDULE
2019 AAA Tryout FAQ

Start: Monday April 15, 2019

Final Date: Sunday April 21, 2019

Players looking for an LOR release will be able to obtain this at Tryouts on Thursday, April 18th. Don’t forget Tryouts are being held at Iceland in Mississauga on Thursday. Players looking for waivers on Friday and over the weekend are to contact [email protected]


AA TRYOUTS - SCHEDULE

Start Monday April 22, 2019

Final Date: Sunday April 28, 2018


A TRYOUTS - SCHEDULE

Start Monday April 29, 2019

Finish date of Sunday May 5, 2019

AE/MD TRYOUTS - SCHEDULE

Start Monday May 6, 2019

Finish date of Sunday May 12, 2019




Spring Tryout Player Release Procedures for the OMHA-Lake Ontario Region Centres / AAA Zones

As per OHF Regulation E49 (“A player who resides in an OMHA LOR Centre/AAA Zone from Minor Atom to PeeWee requires a release from his Centre of residence at AAA to tryout at AAA, at AA to tryout at AA, and at A to tryout at A with other Teams in the LOR.”) and E54 (“From Minor Atom to PeeWee, Teams must conduct tryouts and offer player registrations within the following timelines”) the following procedures with respect to player releases will be followed by all OMHA-LOR centres / AAA Zones:

  1. No player releases will be issued prior to tryouts
  2. Player releases for Minor Atom to Peewee are at the discretion of the Association
  3. Please contact [email protected] for information on obtaining a release.
 

This procedure is in accordance with the current LOR Regulations and there will be NO EXCEPTIONS.



Please refer to the OHF website if you have any questions

http://www.ohf.on.ca/view/ohfmainsite/player-movement/lake-ontario-region

The Lake Ontario Region (LOR) is an area of the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) comprised of both the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL) and Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA).

All clubs in the GTHL (Toronto, Markham, Mississauga and Vaughan) as well as the surrounding OMHA centres (Oakville, Brampton, Richmond Hill, Markham, Ajax, and Pickering) are included in the LOR.

Resident Players of the LOR may participate with a team other than that of their home association, provided they have obtained the required documents:

Minor Atom - Peewee

OMHA Players in these age categories are first required to attend tryouts in their residential centre/AAA zone. If they are not offered a roster position with their residential centre/AAA zone, they will be issued a release and eligible to attend tryouts elsewhere in the LOR. Please refer to OHF LOR Regulations for more information.

Minor Bantam - Midget (excluding Midget AAA)

Players in these age categories are automatically released from their current team at the completion of the OHF Championships. In order to attend tryouts with a team outside of their Member (ie - OMHA Player trying out in the GTHL or a GTHL Player trying out in the OMHA), Players are required to obtain a Permission to Skate form from their former team (or association).

These forms cannot be withheld except in the case of outstanding fees or equipment. Please refer to OHF LOR Regulations for more information.


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