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Where can you find a list of junior hockey team tryouts in one place?


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2009-03-03 18:39:52
2009-03-03 18:39:52

A good place to start is: Some leagues have compiled lists, and others require you to look into team sites. EDIT: Go to the webpage of the league you want to play in and there should be a link somewhere that gives the date and place of the tryouts for each team. Do not go to a tryout that is supposed to be for multiple teams from the same league. These tryouts really serve no purpose other than making money for the team. Often times, Jr A teams will invite Jr B coaches to their tryouts to pick up any kids that weren't quite good enough for the Jr A team. That is more likely a legitimat tryout.


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