2011's Tryout for Novice?

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2011's Tryout for Novice?

Postby Guest » Tue Mar 13, 2018 11:35 am



Last year it was made clear that no 2011's would be allowed to tryout and play for 2010 rep teams without forcing the 2010 team to abide by the rules being enforced for 2011 and younger kids.

Does anyone know if these rules will still apply to the 2011 age group, or will they now be allowed to tryout for 2010 teams?
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Re: 2011's Tryout for Novice?

Postby Guest » Tue Mar 13, 2018 11:47 am

Guest wrote:Last year it was made clear that no 2011's would be allowed to tryout and play for 2010 rep teams without forcing the 2010 team to abide by the rules being enforced for 2011 and younger kids.

Does anyone know if these rules will still apply to the 2011 age group, or will they now be allowed to tryout for 2010 teams?


Kids who played up last year are grandfathered for two more years. Kids who didn't will not be allowed up, period.
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Re: 2011's Tryout for Novice?

Postby Guest) » Tue Mar 13, 2018 12:55 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Last year it was made clear that no 2011's would be allowed to tryout and play for 2010 rep teams without forcing the 2010 team to abide by the rules being enforced for 2011 and younger kids.

Does anyone know if these rules will still apply to the 2011 age group, or will they now be allowed to tryout for 2010 teams?


Kids who played up last year are grandfathered for two more years. Kids who didn't will not be allowed up, period.


All 2011’s will be playing full ice next season. The zamboni guy at Scotia Pond confirmed it v
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Re: 2011's Tryout for Novice?

Postby guest/ » Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:06 pm

Guest) wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Last year it was made clear that no 2011's would be allowed to tryout and play for 2010 rep teams without forcing the 2010 team to abide by the rules being enforced for 2011 and younger kids.

Does anyone know if these rules will still apply to the 2011 age group, or will they now be allowed to tryout for 2010 teams?


Kids who played up last year are grandfathered for two more years. Kids who didn't will not be allowed up, period.


All 2011’s will be playing full ice next season. The zamboni guy at Scotia Pond confirmed it v


haha, I heard the same thing from Betty. (the old lady that takes your $5 at Downsview arena) It has too be true!
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Re: 2011's Tryout for Novice?

Postby Guest » Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:45 pm

Guest wrote:Last year it was made clear that no 2011's would be allowed to tryout and play for 2010 rep teams without forcing the 2010 team to abide by the rules being enforced for 2011 and younger kids.

Does anyone know if these rules will still apply to the 2011 age group, or will they now be allowed to tryout for 2010 teams?


This is the OMHA guide. The last page addresses how they will handle kids playing up. Basically says it's up to the association. GTHL has a similar guide but it's not online.

https://goo.gl/a6Ma79
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Re: 2011's Tryout for Novice?

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 21, 2018 12:25 pm

Where we live our son has had only 3 games. OMHA says he should have had about 20 games. Our son is sick and tired of just practicing. He played up last year and had many games which he loved. This whole new system that the OMHA is providing is a total mess.
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Re: 2011's Tryout for Novice?

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 21, 2018 1:01 pm

Our son is sick and tired of just practicing.

Your son just loves being on the ice; it's you who is sick and tired of just practices. Admit it...

Listen, in a couple of years it will all be a distant memory. At least you have 2-3 months of spring hockey to get your game fix in.
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Re: 2011's Tryout for Novice?

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 21, 2018 1:28 pm

Guest wrote:Where we live our son has had only 3 games. OMHA says he should have had about 20 games. Our son is sick and tired of just practicing. He played up last year and had many games which he loved. This whole new system that the OMHA is providing is a total mess.


I completely get where you are coming from. My son is in the same boat. It has nothing to do with a reduced ice surface and everything to do with nothing by drills drills and more drills all weekend long. He plays shinny at our local arena during the week, which is cross ice and he said he just wants to do that. I don't know if there is even any point of signing him up for hockey with our association next year. Seems like a waste of money to fight him on going to the arena on the weekends. Might as well just play shinny for next to nothing and everyone is happier. Not sure how this is going to help with hockey canada's enrollment numbers. There needs to be a balance of fun with all the practicing which just isn't there with this new mandate. Again nothing to do with the size of the ice surface.
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