Try out - Registration details
MDHA, RMHA and LMHA host joint Rep B competitive teams for Metcalfe, Russell, and Leitrim players for U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 and U18 levels. Additional details can be found under the Rep B Tryout Process page on the MDHA website.
The fee to tryout for a Rep B team is: $150 (if paid prior to Sept 1) or $175 (if paid after Sept 1). This fee is non-refundable once try-outs commence.
The registration process will depend on the division, as well as the host association (see below). Regardless of the Rep B tryout registration method, you must still register for the regular season with your home association.
U14 Rep B is being hosted by Leitrim Minor Hockey (LMHA) this year. U14 players interested in trying out for this team should register for tryouts directly with Leitrim using the following link: https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/324404/signups/
U10, U11, U12, U13, U15 AND U18:
- MDHA Players: Registration for Rep B tryouts is done through the MDHA on-line store using your HCR/Spordle account as with regular league registration. Registration for tryouts can be done at the same time as league registration with payment via Credit Card. If alternate registration or payment methods are required, please contact the MDHA registrar.
- Russell MHA and Leitrim MHA Players: Registration for Rep B tryouts is done using the Rep B Tryouts Google Form with payment via e-transfer to the MDHA treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions or problems with this registration/payment process should be directed to the MDHA registrar. Register here
The sessions will be held at Frank Kinnard (Russel), Fred Barrett (Leitrim), Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex (Orléans), Earl Armstrong (Gloucester) and Richcraft Sensplex – Potvin (Gloucester). It is important to keep an eye on the web sites to ensure you are aware of any changes in dates, hours, or location. Same as last year’s tryouts, our 2022 tryouts, will be in a phased approach due to Hockey Canada’s U10 and U11 (Atom) Pathways implemented by HEO.