2024-2025 Spring Tryouts/Registration and IMPORTANT INFORMATIONS, News (St. Thomas Minor Hockey)

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Apr 29, 2024 | Vicki Fenn | 6204 views
2024-2025 Spring Tryouts/Registration and IMPORTANT INFORMATIONS
St.Thomas Minor Hockey will be having Spring Tryouts for U10A-U16A starting Saturday May 4th

U13B and U15B tryouts will start May 11th. 

All other Rep team tryouts will be in the Fall

Remember as per STMHA rules and regulations, you must tryout for the A team before trying out for the B  teams.  Please refer to STMHA Rules and Regs

STMHA players will be required to register with Hockey Canada before first tryout skate.  This goes for anyone trying out for AAA.  If you have been issued a permission to skate form for AAA.  Please register your player before first tryout(insurance reasons).  If your player is successful with making an AAA team.  Please let Vicki know so she can delete players registration with STMHA 

Online Registration Now Open

All STMHA Players and NRP Players are asked to fill out the following intent to tryout form

Intent to Tryout Form

NRP's will be required to obtain a NRP passport from their Home Center. NRP passports are to be sent to [email protected]

Please refer to our tryout schedule.  This schedule is subject to change, so please refer back periodically

Funding options

Hockey Assist
Jumpstart

IMPORTANT INFORMATION for 2024-2025 season

Credit Card Payments

*due to increased cost of processing fees, STMHA will be charging a $25 processing fee.  This is a one time fee and will be added to players accounts

*etransfer are to be sent to [email protected]
-direct deposit should be available within the next week

*please refer to our Registration information page for fees and transfer information  

*any other questions or concerns, please email Vicki [email protected]   -new email 
 
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Tim Hortons
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Talbot Trail Physiotherapy
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Centennial Sports Club
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Optimist International "Talbotville"
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Kilbank Metal Forming & Turning Inc.
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