Important Tryout Updates- U15 Tier 1 and U18 Tier 2, News (Cold Creek Comets Girls Hockey Association)

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Apr 26, 2024 | Andrea Dunkley | 1030 views
Important Tryout Updates- U15 Tier 1 and U18 Tier 2
There are some changes and additions to the U15 Tier 1 Tryouts and U18 Tier 2 Tryouts.

Please note the following

U15 Tier 1 Tryouts- due to a double booking in Frankford, ice has been cancelled for Friday April 26th.  We have now confirmed ice on Tuesday, April 30th 8-930 in Frankford in place of this ice, and then the final tryout on May 3rd 8-930pm in Frankford 

U18 Tier 2- We are happy to announce Dave Maybee as our U18 Tier 2 coach.
**  There is no extra fee for these skates.

U18 TIER 2 TRYOUTS

MAY 3 - FRANKFORD ARENA, 930-11PM
MAY 5 - FRANKFORD ARENA, 8-930AM
MAY 11 - PAD 1 DUNCAN MCDONALD ARENA, TRENTON 930-11AM

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