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EMC 2018-2019 TRYOUTS
Submitted By TSmart on Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Welcome all players and parents to Elgin Middlesex Chiefs Tryouts for the 2018-2019 season. Each team page will be updated by the coach. We will have answers to common tryout questions and important details here. Please check this page before contacting an executive member or coach.
Best of luck to all. 
Click read more for all info. 

Roster spots (aka card) offers - key dates:

  • Minor Atom, Major Atom, Minor Peewee, Major Peewee: April 29th 23:59
  • Minor Bantam: April 27th 23:59
  • Major Bantam, Minor Midget: April 24th 23:59  

FAQ.

Q. I have been released from my home AAA association and I want to try out at EMHA. What do I do?

A. Step 1. Obtain an F1 (OHF AAA Hockey Waiver) form your home AAA association.

Step 2. Check the appropriate EMHA  team page to confirm the upcoming tryout dates.
Step 3. Register for our tryouts Tryout Registration Form

Step 5. Bring completed F1 with tryout payment $125.00 (cash only) to the next tryout.



Q.
What does Freedom of movement mean?
A. Click the link for the Alliance bulletin on Freedom of Movement, dates above are for 2018-2019 Freedom of Movement 

Q. How do I obtain an F1 (OHF AAA Hockey Waiver) release from EMHA.
A. Upon being released by your coach, you can obtain your F1 release from Serge Babenko, VP Hockey [email protected] 226-448-8078 or Janice Sutherland, Registrar [email protected] . Times to pick up F1’s will be posted on this page.   

Q. Do I have to sign a form with the coach before the deadline to officially accept a roster spot?
A. No, posting a player’s name online, emailing, or calling a parent before the deadline are all considering being offered a spot on the roster, regardless if live contact has been made with the parent. Each parent will eventually have to sign the Alliance Intent to play sheet for every team, with some signing during the tryout period and other signing taking place at the first team meeting.  

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