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Please note that it is the players' responsibility to continually check the schedule as times are subject to change.  

1 – Players are responsible to confirm postings the morning of the scheduled ice times!    Players and times are subject to change up to the morning of your scheduled session

2- All players must check-in at least 30 minutes prior to their ice time to receive their pull over.

3- Immediately after your session, all pullovers must be returned – numbers on the outside.

4- All players must be dressed and ready to go 10 minutes prior the their scheduled time.

5 – All players must wear full equipment per EPHA policy and Procedures  for tryouts all players shall wear a black helmet, black pants and a plain – white, red or black jersey- no names or logos will be allowed.  Standard EPHA socks and no helmet stickers.

6- Please note that some sessions may end earlier than posted time; depending on group numbers and pace of play.

All tryouts for Squirts/10U and above will be held at the EP Community Center. Due to the success and overwhelming positive response from players and parents, the hockey board has again approved Closed Tryouts. This means that parents, family, friends, etc. will not be able to watch tryouts. Once registration is complete, all players will be placed into specific groups and their exact tryout times will be displayed. See the attached Tryout Schedule for the specific tryout times for each level of player. After each session, the players will be placed into different groups based upon their results. Please check the website each evening for the updated groups for the next tryout session.

All players should report to the rink thirty minutes before their scheduled tryout time to check-in and get their tryout penny. Please proceed immediately to the check-in desk upon arrival. Each player must wear a plain White or Black jersey (no AAA, showcase, professional, college, etc. jerseys) and standard Eden Prairie socks. A black helmet is required, with no name, and all AAA stickers removed. Additionally, all standard equipment is required including mouthguards and neckguards.