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UPDATED: INTRODUCING THE NEW 2017/18 GLHA SELECT PROGRAM
Submitted By Sean Wheatley on Saturday, August 26, 2017
What is GLHA Select Hockey? Select Hockey is developed to compliment a player's house league experience. It is an opportunity for house league players to further develop with a team made up of the best house league players in the city. Select Hockey practices, games and tournaments will be developed to not interfere with players' house league commitments.

Who can participate- Any registered House League player within the GLHA (West, Oakridge, Bandits, and North) may try out for the GLHA Select team.

How many teams will there be? Depending on numbers at tryouts there will be up to 3 teams per division.

GLHA Select Structure- The program will run with the same policies as 2016-17

How are players selected?- A tryout schedule will be posted. Tryouts will be after each association's house league assessment dates.

How many games will we play? The maximum number of 4 Ex games, 3 tournaments.

Who will be my coach?- The GLHA Select Division will select coaches.

How much does it cost?- Each Select Team will need to cover the costs for ice, referees, tournaments, jerseys/socks etc.

Who do I contact if I have more questions?Kevin Bergeron at [email protected]


UPDATE: Coaching Applications

Applications are being accepted for all GLHA Select teams. 


The deadline for applications is Oct 6, 2017.

Selected candidates will then be contacted to attend an interview. 

The 2017-2018 coach application is available HERE

 

If you have any questions about the GLHA Select program please contact the GLHA Chair

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