Rep Tryout Information
Information on 2024-2025 season Rep Programs
The AFHA is pleased to announce that our Association will be declaring Rep teams for our U13, U15 and U18 divisions for our upcoming 2024/2025 season.
For players previously registered with AFHA, please sign up by checking off the Rep try-out when registering in TeamSnap.
Registration Coming Soon
For non AFHA Players, please contact our Registrar and you will need the
For players wishing to try-out for a Rep team in another association due to AFHA not offering one, a female player residing within the boundaries of a Female Association must be registered with that Female Association prior to July 31st in order to be eligible to apply for a Player Movement as per PCAHA regulations.
For information on the player evaluation process Click Here
Summer Rep Prep Camps
Information Coming Soon!
Coaching for the 2024/25 Rep season
The AFHA is pleased to announce the Rep coaches for the U13A, U15A and U18A teams:
U13A coach: TBD
U15A coach: TBD
U18A coach: Debbie Beaudoin
To learn more about Debbie click here
Registration for the 2024/25 Season
Players interested in playing Rep in the 2024/25 season must be registered with their home association no later than July 31st if you have a female association available in your community.
Pre-Season events and conditioning
Coaches will typically want to get the teams organized before the start of the season, and initiate pre-season conditioning.
Please reach out to the Association if you are interested in playing Rep for the AFHA and provide your contact information so that the coach may contact you for pre-season training and conditioning events.
Evaluations typically take place the first week of September.
Evaluations usually last 4 sessions but may take longer with subsequent ice times depending on the group and number of players.
2024-2025 evaluation times:
In addition to the season registration fees for your division , each rep player is also required to pay a rep fee that covers additional ice time as our rep teams typically get one more ice time per week.(see the AFHA Registration page for fees)
In addition, due to tournaments, dry-land training, and other opportunities for team development, team fees are typically higher for rep teams than house teams. Team fees are typically anywhere from $300-1,000 (plus travel and accommodation) costs per season and taken at the start to cover the various activities before fundraising events are organized.
Please note that Rep teams have more ice times, more tournaments (including out of province or country), team development events and dry-land training in comparison to our house teams. Please make sure that you are interested and able to make this extra commitment before agreeing to compete with a rep team as our teams rely on you as a player (and family) to be successful.