About Our Camps
Players who wish to try-out for the Calgary Fire are not required to attend the Spring ID Camp. However, they are an important opportunity to meet our coaches and learn more about the Calgary Fire and AAA/AA female hockey stream in Alberta.
The purpose of our Spring ID camps is to provide an opportunity for athletes and parents to:
- Experience the competition level of Elite female hockey.
- Learn more about the Calgary Fire program.
- Meet Calgary Fire Elite coaching staff and receive feedback.
U18 AAA only: Between June 15 and August 15, U18 AAA teams have the ability to formally commit to a maximum of five (5) skaters and one (1) goaltender. All commitments are made formally by using the “Player Agreement” form. Please note that underage players are not eligible to sign a “Player Agreement” prior to try outs as their participation must be approved in accordance with the Player Acceleration process.
PLAYERS OUTSIDE OF CALGARY REGION WISHING TO TRY-OUT FOR THE CALGARY FIRE AAA
All players trying out for an “AAA” team that is outside their Resident Minor Hockey Association must have a completed Notification of Tryout Form signed by their Resident MHA. This completed form must be presented to each team that the player is trying out for before she/he is eligible to participate in the try-out camp. Please send completed form to email@example.com
Players outside of the Calgary Region who wish to attend a U18 "AAA" Calgary Fire training camp and/or tryout camp must submit a Letter of Permission to Girls Hockey Calgary Association (GHC). Please send completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
If a player signed a Player Agreement and was registered with a AAA team for the 2021/2022 season and would like to play for another AAA team for the 2022/2023 season, the family will need to request an Elite Waiver from the Previous Registered Team. The signed waiver, complete with rationale must be submitted to the Female Elite Hockey Committee prior to the start of tryouts.
Please note: It is understood by all parties that should the player be chosen as a member of the Calgary Fire, GHC will notify the AFHL and the player’s Resident LMHA. If the player does not make the Calgary Fire, it is the player’s responsibility to notify her Resident LMHA whether or not she is returning or wishing to access an additional try out.