House League Commences October 16th, News (Whitchurch Stouffville Minor Hockey Association)

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House League Commences October 16th
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The WSMHA House League Hockey Program is intended for all players, no matter what skill level, they all benefit from the opportunity to participate. House League allows players to enjoy the sport of hockey in a controlled, fun, non-checking environment, while improving the players' individual and team skills through practice and games. Emphasis is on players' skills, sportsmanship and love of the game. All players will be given equal playing time during games, regardless of game situations. Continued skill acquisition and development are the primary goals of house league. Winning or losing takes a backseat to the development of every WSMHA player in our house league.

Schedule (subject to change)

U7

Saturday 7:15am,8:15am,9:15am,10:15am,11:15am,12:15pm

U7

Sundays 9:15am,10:15am,11:15am,12:15pm,1:15pm,2:15pm

U8

Saturday 7:00am, 8:00am

U8

Sunday 12:00pm, 1:00pm

U9

Saturday 9:00am, 10:00am

U9

Sunday 2:00pm, 3:00pm

U10/11

Saturday 11:00am, 12:00pm

U10/11

Sunday 3:15,4:15

U12/U13

Saturday 1:15pm, 2:15pm, 3:15pm

U12/U13

Sunday 4:00pm, 5;00pm,6:00pm

U14/15

Saturday 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 4:15pm

U14/15

Sunday 5:15pm, 6:15pm, 7:00pm

U21

Thursday 7:15pm,8:15pm,9:15pm

Sunday 8:15pm,9:15pm,10;15pm


Rostered Select Program What is Rostered Select? Rostered Select (RS) hockey, is a bridge between house-league hockey and a more competitive level. All house-league players are invited to try out for the Rostered Select teams. If a player is chosen for, and then agrees to join an RS team, the player will still play with his or her house league team. However, the child also plays with his or her RS team independently of house league. They will play against Stouffville’s neighboring towns’ RS teams and may also play in 1-3 tournaments throughout the year. There is an additional cost for joining an RS team, although this cost is not as great as it is for rep hockey. Parents should be prepared to pay approximately $500.00 to as much as $1,000.00 per player in addition to the WSMHA registration fee. Those amounts fluctuate depending on team-fundraising efforts, sponsorships, etc. As with rep teams, the head coach and team manager of the team provide a budget for expected team finances at the commencement of the season, and the team may acquire sponsors or organizes fundraising events to offset the team expenses. Who can play RS? In order to attend these tryouts the player must be registered with WSMHA. If you live out of area, you will have to check with the office to make sure you are eligible. All players wishing to try out for the RS team must attend the tryouts. The RS coach will pick his/her team from all skaters who tryout. All Rostered Select Players MUST play in the house league division, and attend house league practices in addition to being on the RS team. *House league is a prerequisite of rostered select and as such, takes precedence over RS. 

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