Online Registration Opens March 20, 2023, News (Cold Creek Comets Girls Hockey Association)

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Mar 19, 2023 | Andrea Dunkley | 422 views
Online Registration Opens March 20, 2023
Please read the following instructions to register your players for tryouts.  Online registration only! 

If coming from another OWHA centre you must have a Permission to Skate form to attend our tryouts.  Online tryout registration does not automatically release you from your home centre, this is for tryouts only.

Hi everyone
Online registration is available beginning March 20, 2023.  PLAYERS MUST REGISTER ONLINE AND SUBMIT PAYMENT VIA ETRANSFER PRIOR TO TRYOUTS.   
The link to register is at  
This is the same login you would have used to register your player for last season.  If your player has not played OWHA or for the Cold Creek Comets you will have to create a new profile.
Once entered- add or pick the member, choose the appropriate division for tryout packages (packages are listed as 2022/23 tryout packages you must ensure to pick this choice)
Tryouts fees of $60 must be etransfered to [email protected] once registered.  This covers the three ice times posted as well as any subsequent ice times for exhibition games, tier 2 tryouts if needed.
Any questions please email me at [email protected]
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