A few frequently asked questions about our program and the paperwork required for tryouts:
Question 1: If a Waterloo resident wants to attend another Alliance Centre’s tryout, does he need a letter from the Waterloo Minor Hockey office or a F1 form?
Answer: No letter is needed from Waterloo Minor Hockey. After August 23rd, a player can attend tryouts anywhere within the Alliance. If a player is released from an Alliance team, he can contact the Alliance for a Member Partner Letter which allows him to proceed to tryout with any team in the OHF at the Major Midget AAA level.
Question 2: If a Waterloo resident wants to attend an OMHA center tryout, does he need a F1 form from Waterloo Minor Hockey?
Answer: F1s are not used for Major Midget AAA hockey anymore. The player will only need an Alliance Member Partner release letter.
Question 3: If a non-Waterloo resident from an OMHA home center wants to attend the Waterloo Wolves Major Midget AAA tryouts, does he need an F1 form?
Answer: F1s are not used for Major Midget AAA hockey anymore. He will need an OMHA Home Zone release letter.
Question 4: If a non-Waterloo resident from another Alliance center wants to attend the Waterloo Wolves Major Midget AAA tryouts, does he need a letter from his home association?
Answer: No, he does not need to present anything in order to attend.
Question 5: If a player from the Waterloo Wolves’ Zone shows up to the AAA tryouts, does he need a PTS?
Answer: No he does not.
Question 6: What are your facilities like?
Answer: Click here to take a virtual tour of facilities and room at Piller’s Ice Haus, RIM Park.