NRP Information (Port Stanley Minor Hockey)

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What does NRP mean?

OMHA has approved a process for player movement to larger centers for AA and A
hockey. Contrary to popular belief, this is not a wide open boundaries opportunity. Player
are only eligible to tryout at the nearest AA or A center accepting NRP Players for
tryouts. For Port Stanley Minor Hockey players these centers will be St. Thomas (A) and
London Jr. Knights (AA). None of the London Community Based AA leagues are
accepting NRP Players, only the Jr. Knights. ONLY Peewee aged players and above are
eligible for NRP Passports.
How it Works


Upon registration with their home centre players eligible to attend try-outs with a AA or A centre
may request a NRP Passport. It is the responsibility of the player's home association to verify
the player's eligibility by age and residency with their association and to determine the AA OR A
centre with which the player is eligible to tryout. The player will be eligible to tryout with the AA
or A centre closest to the player's residence, that is accepting NRPs, based on the mileage
from the player's residential address as recorded in the Hockey Canada Registry to the Centre
Point of the AA or A centre. All mileages are to be obtained via Google Maps. The player must
declare whether or not they are trying out for AA or A. Only one Passport will be issued per
player.

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