U9A Competitive Pathway Program, News (Cambridge roadrunners Girls' Hockey Association)

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U9A Competitive Pathway Program
Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Tuesday, September 14, 2021
The Cambridge roadrunners are excited for the return of Competitive Hockey for the U9 Pathway Program.  If your daughter was born in 2013 or 2014 (U9) and is interested in participating in more competitive hockey, then the U9A tryout process may be just what she is looking for!

The U9A Travel Team will follow the guidance set out by Hockey Canada and followed by the Ontario Women's Hockey Association for the U9 Pathway Program. This will include four development ice sessions followed by at least three formal tryout/evaluation ice sessions.



The U9A season will emphasize skill development, with more practices than the U9 House League program.  We anticipate the U9A Team playing against other competitive teams from within the Province.  The team travel team will incur a higher cost above the base registration rate that will be determined by the teams staff.
 
All players registered for the U9 and U8 program are invited to the development ice times on the website scheduled for Friday September 17th -Sunday September 19th.  The Saturday September 25th and onward ice sessions will be for the players wishing to move on to be considered for the U9A Travel Team.  These prospective players must be registered under the Tryout Package in RAMP.  
 
Please continue to check the website for updated information. 



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