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Apr 05, 2018 | Brock President | 1120 views
Permission to Skate/NRP
Any player wishing to tryout for the Central Ontario Wolves AAA will need a Permission To Skate form (PTS). To request the form please use this link: https://brockminorhockey.com/Forms/1245/Permission_To_Skate_Form_Request/

Any player Peewee age and above wishing to tryout for AA or A at another centre will require a Non-Resident Passport (NRP). To request the NRP please use this link:https://brockminorhockey.com/Forms/1296/NRP_(Non-Resident_Player)_Passport_Request_Form/

These forms are also available above under the Registration tab.




Using these request forms will insure that you are preregistered with BMHA and the proper people can contact you with the needed paperwork. It is the responsibility of the player to insure they are following OMHA player movement regulations and also are following the tryout/registration policies of the organization for which they are trying out for.

Any questions please contact our OMHA Rep. Jody Pardy @ [email protected]

Good Luck to all Brock players that are trying out at a higher level!!
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