SLMHA Tryout Update, News (Sturgeon Lake Minor Hockey)

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SLMHA Tryout Update
Submitted By Brian Taylor on Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Due to conflicts with summer sports, the first skate for each level will be a warm up skate and no formal evaluations will be occur. If a player is unavailable to attend either the warm-up skate or the first try-out in Lindsay, he/she must contact the appropriate OMHA coach and e-mail Grant Jowitt at: [email protected] 
The first official tryout will be the second scheduled ice time in Lindsay. Players may be released by the OMHA team, following the second official and subsequent try-outs, which will be held at the Fenelon Falls arena in September.

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