Travel Tryout Update and B Team Information, News (Windsor Minor Hockey Association)

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May 06, 2024 | Doug Tellerd | 4185 views
Travel Tryout Update and B Team Information
Thank you to everyone who has tried out for our A teams thus far, the decisions have been difficult for our coaches and evaluators, and will be increasingly difficult this week as we work towards final rosters by the end of the week. 

I would also like to extend a HUGE thank you to all our volunteers!  There are many people who have been devoting extensive amounts of time to help things run as smoothly as possible, from working the check in tables, to evaluating and running on ice skates and benches.  It's been long hours and hard work, so thank you all.

B team information is as follows:

WMHA Intends to host B teams at U11, U13, U14 and U16.  All players who attended A tryouts and were unsuccessful in making those teams are eligible and encouraged to attend B tryouts.  If your player did not attend A tryouts and would like to attend B tryouts, please reach out to me directly.

Tryout schedules for B teams can be found here:  These tryouts will be May 25th and 26th.  U16B will have one skate added once it becomes clear on which other centers will host U16B

U11B will be a mixed team of 2015 and 2014 born players

U13B will be a mixed team of 2013 and 2012 born players

U14B will be a single age team of 2011 born players.  Due to the folding of the U15A team, unfortunately, OMHA prohibits us from hosting a mixed age team without a U15A team

U16B will be a mixed team of 2010 and 2009 born players

There's a lot of rumors and misinformation out there at this time of year.  If you have questions on any of the above, please ask myself, or Frank Providenti.

Thank you
Doug Tellerd
VP of Travel
Sharp EH!
Email: [email protected]
Club 240
Founded by the late Jimmy Hogan, inductee into the Windsor-Essex County Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. Club 240 had its beginnings in 1960, when Jimmy’s kids started playing outdoor hockey at Memorial Park. At that time the only league operating indoors was Midget; the outdoor season was limited to only 7 or 8 games, as the city didn’t allow teams to go beyond the league into the Ontario Minor Hockey Association playdowns (OMHA).