U9 MD Preseason Skates & Evaluations, News (Caledon Minor Hockey Association)

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U9 MD Preseason Skates & Evaluations
U9 MD Preseason Skates & Evaluations

Preseason Skates 


Sept 5       6:00-7:30      Mayfield 

Sept 6      5:00-6:30       CE 1 

Sept 8      7:00-8:30       CE 2 




U9 MD 

Sept 12      6:00-7:00         CE 1 

Sept 13      5:30-6:30        CE 1 

Sept 15      5:30-6:30        CE 1 



Important Notes: 

For players to attend the Preskates and Evaluations they must be registered for the 2023-2024 Season.

The fee for Preseason skates is $20 each.  Online registration is required prior to attending. Payment can be made online, or with debit or credit card at the door.  No cash will be accepted.  Players can register for one, two or all three preseason skates. 


The one-time fee for evaluations is $60.  Registration and online payment are required prior to the first skate. 





Evaluations are not to be used by players as extra ice time.  Attendance at evaluations indicates that the player intends to accept a roster spot if selected.  Coaches require the evaluation time allotted to thoroughly assess the players, and players deserve the full opportunity to maximize participation so that evaluations are fairly conducted.  It is unfair to both coaches and aspiring players if additional participants distract from this process. 


Full equipment including mouthguard is required for all preseason and evaluation skates. 


It is helpful for player identification to wear a jersey with a clear name and number on it. 


Once selected to an MD team, players must be fully registered in CMHA for the 2023-24 season with 14 days following the presentation of the Offer of Commitment letter from the coach. 





The Caledon Minor Hockey Association reserves the right to add/remove teams at any level based on the following factors: 

a)       Registration numbers 

b) Number of or skill level of players who attend tryouts 

c)       Direction of OMHA or Tri-County 


Every effort will be made to field as many representative hockey teams as possible this season. 

In the event that the number of teams in a division is decreased, the coach selected for the higher level team would have the first right of refusal to coach a team (i.e. if a division is scheduled to have AA, A and BB teams, and in the event that we are only able to field AA and BB teams, the A coach who was selected would be given the option to coach the BB team and coach initially selected to the BB team would be placed in the general coaching pool and on the Coach At Large roster for future consideration. 


Good luck to all and have a great 2023-24 season! 


Scott Lester