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Permission to Skate and NRP forms
Submitted By Adam Gordon on Tuesday, March 26, 2019

If your child would like to attend tryouts at the AAA, AA, or A level this year you will need to submit a request to SDMHA for either a PTS or NRP form.

A Permission to Skate form (PTS) is required to tryout for AAA

A Non-Resident Passport (NRP) is for AA or A
    - NRP is only available for players in Minor Peewee or above
    - NRP allows a player to tryout at either AA or A
         - You can not tryout for both AA and A, it is one or the other!

Follow this link to request the PTS or NRP form: PTS / NRP request form

If you have any questions, please contact Adam Gordon

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