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Here are the dates, times and arenas for the SDGHA HL Evaluations. Your daughter(s) will be asked to attend 1 session on each of the two days. The convenor for the division she is registered in will contact you to let you know which session to show up for. It is very important that you show up to the 1 hour session you are scheduled for as we are only allowed so many people on the ice at a time. If you can only make 1 session or none, let the convenor know when he/she contacts you. 

Your daughter is expected to be in full gear including jersey as she may only be given a pinnie for the evaluations. Make sure to have all equipment plus stick on both days.

If you need to contact the division convenor go to the Executive tab and click.  This will give you all the names of the convenors.  Click on their name and it will give you their email address to contact them.

Novice 
Saturday September 30 Carmichael arena 4:30-6:30 
Sunday October 1Countryside #2 2:45-4:45

Atom 
Saturday September 30 Sudbury arena 3-5 
Sunday October 1 Coniston arena 9-10 and 11:30-12:30

Peewee 
Saturday September 30 Sudbury arena 5-7 
Sunday October 1 Countryside #2 4:45-6:45

Bantam 
Saturday September 30 Cambrian arena 6-8 
Sunday October 1 Sudbury arena 6-8

Midget 
Saturday September 30 Countryside #1 330-5 and Countryside #2 6:45-8:15
Sunday October 1 Countryside #2 6:45-8:45

 

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