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Tryout Schedule
Submitted By Mario Barricelli on Monday, April 1, 2019
Dear Membership, to Access the tryout schedule please select Tryout Schedule from the main page on

NRPS: We have been receiving many inquires regarding NRP’s for the Glancaster Bombers. This note is to clarify the situation. For this season, we will be allowed to accept two NRP’s for each team at the “AA” level only. We hope this clears up any uncertainty about the situation.  

Attendance at Tryouts: In order to be eligible for selection to a team, a player should attend all scheduled on-ice evaluations until signed by a team or released. Exceptions may be made for situations such as temporary medical conditions (a mandatory Doctor’s note must be submitted to the head coach and/or the Glancaster Bombers subcommittee via email prior to the start of tryouts). If a player is unable to attend a tryout ice-time, coaches must be notified (with permission) of any absences.  If a player misses more than 2 on-ice evaluations but is awarded a position on the team, the coaching staff must inform all players making the team, and their parents, of this fact immediately upon completion of the tryouts for that level. When such situations arise, the head coach should contact the Glancaster Bombers subcommittee prior to making any roster decisions regarding the player.  Link to coach contact page:

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