2017-18 House League Evaluations, News (West London Minor Hockey)

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2017-18 House League Evaluations
Submitted By Jbranton on Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Welcome to all returning West London House League families and we would also like to extend a big welcome to any new families that have joined us for the 2017-18 season. As the new season approaches, we wanted to relay some information regarding the upcoming evaluations.

With the start of the 2017-18 House League season coming this weekend, the House League Directors (Jon Branton and Frank Figliomeni) are reaching out to all West families with some information pertaining to the team evaluation/selection process.

The evaluation times for your division can be found on the West London website under your division. Similar to previous years, larger divisions have been split into two (2) different sessions based on a surname alphabetical split. Please take note of the splits and participate in the appropriate session.  This year, players will be evaluated over the course of two days (Sept. 16 & 17). Following evaluations, the head coaches will complete a draft in an effort to select balanced teams. Upon selection of the teams, the coaches will reach out to all the players and provide additional information relating to the balancing games. Balancing games will be held the following weekend to further review the teams; players may be shifted from one team to the other should it be determined by the coaches that the teams are unbalanced. 

When you arrive on each day of evaluations, please ensure that you register and receive your assigned jersey. Following your session PLEASE HANG THE JERSEY UP SO THAT THEY CAN BE COLLECTED; players are not to keep possession of jerseys.

We are still in search of convenors and coaches at various divisions. Without the support of parent volunteers, it is very difficult to provide a great hockey experience to the players. If there is anyone who would like to get involved, please reach out to either of the Directors.

Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to approach us.

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