In order to remain competitive with other hockey organizations and insure player commitments, the Freeze has found it necessary to institute a registration policy that applies to all players trying out.
A $100 non refundable registration fee and $500 roster deposit must be paid on line or at the registration desk upon the first night of tryouts. Note that the registration fee increases to $130 on April 23. This deposit will secure the players position on a roster best suited for each player determined by the tryout evaluators. No roster spots will be held without the $500 roster deposit.
Roster placements will be posted on the Freeze website within 48 hours of the last night of tryouts. If you choose to decline your roster placement, you will have 24 hours to notify your head coach, hockey director and treasurer that you are withdrawing from the Freeze. If you decline your roster placement your $500 roster deposit check will be returned to you. If you do not notify your head coach, hockey director and treasurer within 24 hours, it will be assumed that you wish to keep your roster spot and your $500 check will no longer be refundable and will be deposited.
Any player not making a team will have their check returned to them by mail.
The fees include your child’s ice-time for practices and games throughout the season (September-March). That is two practices per week and potential skill sessions.
Upon payment of the above fees, no added fundraising will be required. However, for those interested in participating in fundraising as a means to lower the fee amount, the Freeze may offer fundraising to individuals who may choose to participate.
Excluded: What is excluded from the above fees are all remaining costs of travel hockey including tournament fees, equipment, uniforms, travel costs, etc.
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Equipment is also a requirement for travel hockey. Equipment varies in price depending upon a player’s position, equipment quality and equipment condition. Prices range from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars—depending on brand and size. Equipment is available at the Skate Frederick Pro Shop and various online and local retailers.
Below you will find the equipment that is required:
This is based on the cost of gas, number of overnight stays and tournaments attended.
Teams usually compete in three tournaments. Each tournament has its own fee schedule that is split between families. This cost is divided equally between team members. If a player does not attend a team tournament they are still responsible for their portion of the fee.
Team pictures, team parties and recognition gifts, optional team logo clothing.