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Tryouts and Player Movement Up- Addition to Section 4
Submitted By thennekam on Sunday, September 16, 2018
KMHA Manual of Operations added to Section 4.9 (a) “Novice is only one year.  KMHA will allow any 7 or 8 year old (as of December 31 of the current year), to try out for the Novice OMHA team.  They must successfully complete the skills evaluation set out by Hockey Canada in order to be moved up to the Novice OMHA team.  They must be considered a top 6 player. Any 7 or 8 year old that is unsuccessful in making the Novice OMHA team will have to go back down and play Tyke, unless there is a need for players at the Novice 3C level.  At this point, they may be asked to fill this need. This will be decided by the Selection Committee/Executive, keeping in mind what is best for the player and Association (i.e., skill level, number of players)."

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