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Eagle River Pond Hockey registration opening soonSubmitted: 07/19/2013
Story By Newswatch 12 Sports

EAGLE RIVER - Registration for next year's Pond Hockey championships in Eagle River opens up soon.

Monday July 29th... folks can go online and register their team.

NEW THIS YEAR, BEFORE registration opens, each Team captain must sign up for a Sport Ngin account. NOTE: All teams are required to have a Sport Ngin account in order to register for this Tournament. No team will have access to the "Registration Session" without a Sport Ngin account.


All registrations, including "Sport Ngin" and "Team Registration" MUST be processed at the www.usahockey.com website.

Entries into the Tournament will be on a first come, first served basis and fills up quickly. It is suggested you make the necessary arrangements to register your Team when registration opens. You will not be required to submit Team rosters during registration; however payment in full of $500.00 is required. All players must be at least 21 years of age and a member of USA Hockey.

The host location for the 2014 Pond Hockey Tournament will again be the Chanticleer Inn, located at 1458 E. Dollar Lake Rd. Eagle River, WI.

Much more information will be available as we get closer to the actual event dates.


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