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2018-19 CCHA Team Tryouts and Evaluations Information

This page will have all information for all levels throughout the tryout/evaluation process. Please check back regularly for revisions. The postings for your players assigned sessions will also be here as the tryouts progress. 

The tryout process documents and content that is specific to this season can be found below. If you have questions, please direct them to your level commissioner.

Administrative Requirements to Participate in Tryouts

  1. Players account must be current with no outstanding fees.
  2. Player MUST be registered, with a minimum of one payment completed.
  3. Volunteer check for player/family needs to be on file or turned in on day of first tryout.

The tryout schedule is created using forecasted registration numbers. Sessions may be combined, shortened or extended based on the number of players who actually register for a given level. Accordingly, it’s important to check the tryout schedule early and often.

Parent Meetings

Mandatory parent meeting times for each age level are listed below and on the levels home page once scheduled.

2018 CCHA Mandatory Parent Meetings

Level Date Time Location
10U Oct. 7 12:30 pm Victoria Rec Center - Room B
Squirt Oct. 7 3:30 pm Victoria Rec Center - Room B
Squirt Oct. 7 7:00 pm Victoria Rec Center - Room B
Mite Oct. 14 7:30 pm CCC - Community Room
Mite Oct. 15 7:00 pm CCC - Community Room
Rookie Mite Oct. 27 12:30 - 1:15 pm Victoria Rec Center - Room C
Termite Oct. 27 1:15 - 2:00 pm Victoria Rec Center - Room B
Mini-Mite Oct. 27 5:00 - 5:45 pm Victoria Rec Center - Room B
8U/6U Oct. 27 12:15 - 12:45 pm Victoria Rec Center - Room B

All players are recommended to check-in 60 minutes prior to each of their tryout sessions.
All players are REQUIRED to be checked in no later than 30 minutes prior to each tryout session.


Bantam players have all been rostered for the 2018-19 season.

Have a great season!


PeeWee players have all been rostered for the 2018-19 season.

Have a great season!

Mini-Mite, Termite, Rookie Mite


Skills Drills

These drills are a guide to what the players will be asked to perform.  Pending circumstances, some may be modified or not performed due to the discretion of the tryout committee.  Hockey is not played in a sterile environment and evaluators can discern between a bad bounce, poor pass to receive, and different abilities competing.  Skaters will have the opportunity to show their individual skill in addition to their ability to handle adverse situations or moments that happen every time in game like situations.