2016-7 Hockey Registration Update, News (Point Edward Minor Athletic Association)

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Apr 26, 2016 | lguthrie | 1780 views
2016-7 Hockey Registration Update
The Point Minor would like to extend heartfelt Thanks you to everyone who registered as a Point Resident and or returning player.  As we anticipated, most divisions are full and some divisions will be subject to a lottery to determine final roster and wait list positions. We appreciate everyone's patience as we realize how invested our families are in the program.

If your player is in a lottery for a roster spot and or on a wait list, you WILL be contacted via email. If you do not receive an email or phone call, you can assume your player is rostered. The division breakdown and open spots are as follows:

Instructional 14 spots available 
Tyke  Full with 5 wait list spots available            
Novice Full and wait list Full          
Atom 1 roster spot available, 1 goalie spot available and 5 wait list spots available  
Pee Wee roster is full , one wait list spot available
Bantam Roster is full with 5 wait list spots available
Midget is full and wait list is full 

Good luck to all players involved in the lottery. You are welcome to come witness the process, 6:30, Thursday April 28th at the front office at the arena.

Once again , thank you for your patience and understanding. We are working very hard to ensure the process is both fair and transparent.
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