Spring Tryouts, News (Shelburne Minor Hockey)

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Spring Tryouts
Submitted By Andrea Carson-Pedri on Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Do you have a player interested in a spring try out for AAA or AA hockey?

The deadline is quickly approaching!

Any player requiring the following documents...

Permission to Skate, Non-Resident Passports or Junior Permission to Tryout forms 
for attendance in upcoming Spring tryouts must contact 
Becky Cunnington at [email protected]

Deadline for request is Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Please note all completed forms will be emailed out by the end of next week or can be picked up at the arena
(date and time to be determined)

However Non-Resident Passports (NRP forms) must be picked up in person and cannot be emailed.

Thank you and good luck to all that are trying out!
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