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May 03, 2022 | Marketing | 2504 views
Registration for New and Returning Players is Open!
Our 2022-2023 Season for New and Returning Player registration is OPEN! 

All other players including NEW members, registration opens on June 15th.  Note, Tryouts for U9 and U11 will take place in the fall, however, players are still required to register with the league as all house league and rep players in all divisions.



"Early Bird Returning Hornets"  $695 Before June 15th.


"New & Returning Players"  $795 On and After June 15th.


“House League Goalie Only, U13, U15, and U18 ” – Player MUST commit to play goaltender only: NO FEE



House League Members, please click on the House League>General Information tab for further details on our house league program.


Please click here to register:  2022-2023 Registration Link

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