Tryout Process & Procedures (Barrie Minor Hockey)

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BMHA Tryout  Process for 2017/2018 Season

·        Non Resident Player (NRP) Tryout Evaluations[1]

·         M. Pee Wee, Pee Wee, M. Bantam, Bantam and M Midget, skill evaluation

 

Note: All NRP’s must attend the skill evaluation skate including incumbent BMHA NRP and new NRP’s. All exceptions must be approved by Director of Rep Jr, (M Pee Wee) and Sr. (Pee Wee to Minor Midget). All NRP’s are required to be registered with an approved Home Centre (Non Resident) Passport. Note: NRP registration closes April 26th at 3:00pm. NRP’s WILL NOT BE PERMITTED to try out without having been registered prior to registration close on April 26th, at 3:00 pm local time.

 

·        HL and New Player Identification Skate

·         1 skate per division

·         Open to current BMHA HL players & new resident players to the BMHA, residing within the BMHA boundaries for representative hockey.

 

[2]Result: An invite to “AA” “A” or “AE (White & Blue)” camp or released back to BMHA HL

 

Note: Novice division, an invite of a minimum of 36 players plus 4 goalies (total 40) will be offered to attend Novice “AA” camp.

 

Note:  Pee Wee division an invite of a maximum of 22 players plus 4 goalies (total 26) will be offered to attend Pee Wee “A” White and Blue camp or an invite to attend the Minor Pee Wee AE camp only. It is the discretion of each ‘A” White and Blue Coach to communicate the invite to attend the “A” tryout. The “AE” coach can invite player directly to the “AE” white first tryout if not offered an ‘A” tryout. You are required to be invited from the evaluation skate by a coach to attend “A” white and Blue or “AE” white tryout. The coach will email you within 24 hours after evaluation skate.

 

No “HL and New Player Identification Skate” BMHA refund or credits will be issued if released back to HL. This may result in one skate for the tryout registration fee, NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

·        Alternate Entry (AE) Camp

(The first AE Divisional tryout skate see schedule)

·         1 skate per division

·         Please be advised that this tryout skate might be split ice sessions based on tryout enrollment numbers. Your coach will advise by phone or email.

·         All current “AE” team members (White and Blue) from the 2016/2017 season and any “AE” Coach invited players from the HL and new Player Identification skate.

·         Pee Wee “A” invites report directly to “A” camp from HL and New Player Identification skate.

·         M. Bantam and Bantam must have a minimum 6 new players and 2 goalies invited back to the AE (White & Blue) tryouts. The 6 skaters invited back to the AE White and Blue tryout will be additional to the automatically invited previous year’s AE roster players from the 2016/2017 season.

 

Note: Players that have been invited to attend “AA” or “A” camp from the identification skate by the respective coach do not report to the ‘AE” camp, they report to their respective invited level “AA” or “A”. From this invited starting point of tryouts, they would continue the process of attending one level lower after being released.

 

Note: Returning 2016/2017 “AE” players may be invited to attend “AA” camp after this tryout.

 

·        AA Camp

 

·         Invited players are limited to current 2016/2017 “AA”, “A” and Junior Colt members and any coach invited players from new player identification skate and/or the first “AE” camp and;

·         A maximum of five NRPs that have been selected by each coach from the NRP evaluation skate (if applicable). All exceptions must be approved by Director of REP.

 

Note: NRP player may be released after first tryout.

Note: Invited players from the new player identification and “AE” camp can be released after first tryout.

Note: All 2016/2017 ‘A”, “AA” and Junior Colt players can be released to “A” after the first tryout.

 

 

·        A Camp

·         Invited players are limited to 2016/2017 “A”, “AE” White and Blue, Junior Colt players and all “AA” 2017/2018 previous tryout releases from the “AA” tryout process. NRP’s are not eligible.

·         Please be advised that this tryout skate might be split ice sessions based on player enrollment and invitation numbers. Each coach will advise by phone or email.

 

 

Note: All 2016/2017 “AA” “A” and “AE” players may be released after the first tryout. All players released report to “AE” White & Blue camp.

 

Note: At the  Pee Wee level ONLY a coach can offer a player an OMHA commitment letter at “A” white and “A” blue after the second tryout with the agreement of the “A” white coach. This will permit additional open ice for coach selection and player competition at the “A” white and blue level. The player signing an early commitment letter may not participate on-ice at the remaining tryouts.

 

·        AE White and/or AE White and AE Blue Camp

 

Note:  All 2016/2017 “AE” and invites from HL Evaluation Skate may be released after the first tryout. All players released report to House League.

 

Note: At Pee Wee, Minor Bantam and Bantam a coach can offer a player an OMHA commitment letter at “AE” white and “AE” blue after the second tryout with the agreement of the “A” white coach. This will permit additional open ice for coach selection and player competition at the “AE” white and blue level. The player signing an early commitment letter may not participate on-ice at the remaining tryouts. 

 

 

 

Declaration forms have been discontinued.  In the event of an extreme circumstance only, please contact the Rep Director of your division.  Players must play on the team, division level where they are offered a letter of commitment.  If the letter of commitment is refused, the player will be placed in the house league program.

 

Terry Hoffman          [email protected]

Steve Fontaine         [email protected]

 

 

 

 

SEE ILLUSTRATION



[1] Note a maximum of 5 NRP players per division will be invited/allowed to attend AA tryouts.

[2] Note each division “AA”, “A” or “AE” coach will issue the invitation to attend via email after the identification skate after confirming their selection with each division/level coach.



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