The Ted Reeve Hockey Association Select League provides an opportunity for House League players to participate in competitive hockey. All players registered in House League from ages 8-17 may try out for the Select teams. Tryouts are held in the spring for players born 2009 and older and in the fall for players born 2010 and younger (new for the 2020/2021 season).
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When Do Select Teams Play?
In addition to attending regular house league games every Saturday, Select teams play an additional 1-2 games per week and attend one additional practice. Some teams may choose to attend tournaments but this varies from team to team and year to year. We advise you to check with your player’s Select coach.
How Much Does It Cost To Play Select League Hockey?
All Select players must be registered in house league and pay the house league fee. Select players must also pay an additional Select fee for the season that ranges from $1400-$1700 depending on the team.
Select Tryouts for the 2020/2021 Hockey Season
New for the 2020/2021 season — tryouts will be held at two different times. For players born 2009 and older (Minor Peewee to Midget) they will start on May 4, 2020 (exact dates still to be confirmed). For players born 2010 and younger (Tyke to Atom) tryouts will start after September 21, 2020 (exact dates still to be confirmed) as per the new U7, U9, U11 player pathways as set out by Hockey Canada. Please see our home page for more details on this initiative.
For more information please check out the GTHL website www.gthlcanada.com Also, please check back here frequently for updates.
Does my Select Player Really Have to Play House League?
Yes. Failure to attend house league games will result in suspension from Select games. Furthermore, suspensions in house league also apply to games in the Select league and vice versa until the suspension is over.
We take this seriously at the Ted Reeve Hockey Association.
Select players are expected to take a leadership role on their house league teams. This means passing the puck, helping their house league teammates (especially those that struggle) and contributing to the overall team experience.
If you have a child in Select, we strongly encourage you to review this section with them. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that without house league Select would not exist.
Who do I contact for more information about the Select program?
For more information please contact: Rick Chambers, Director Select program