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Re: Looking ahead

anon
Anon
If you reach out to a coach before mid-January you will hurt your kid's chances.

#crazyparents

True. The real answer to the OP is right after MLK weekend. Remember that EHF teams can sign out-of-league players on 2/1 and they'll all have open skates in early February. Get out in front of that so that you are not just a walk-on.[/quote so if already on an ehf team, you can't skate with another ehf team until when?

Re: Looking ahead

anon
anon
Anon
If you reach out to a coach before mid-January you will hurt your kid's chances.

#crazyparents

True. The real answer to the OP is right after MLK weekend. Remember that EHF teams can sign out-of-league players on 2/1 and they'll all have open skates in early February. Get out in front of that so that you are not just a walk-on.[/quote


so if already on an ehf team, you can't skate with another ehf team until when?

Re: Looking ahead

anon
anon
anon
Anon
If you reach out to a coach before mid-January you will hurt your kid's chances.

#crazyparents

True. The real answer to the OP is right after MLK weekend. Remember that EHF teams can sign out-of-league players on 2/1 and they'll all have open skates in early February. Get out in front of that so that you are not just a walk-on.[/quote


so if already on an ehf team, you can't skate with another ehf team until when?


sorry not sure why my above response keeps linking to your previous answer

Re: Looking ahead

You have to wait until the season is over, although most teams break this rule. Come February, kids are always “sick” for practice

Re: Looking ahead

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You have to wait until the season is over, although most teams break this rule. Come February, kids are always “sick” for practice

You can talk whenever and your new EHF team can presumably evaluate you in games. But you can't show up and skate until tryouts.