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UA & Snipers AAA Hockey Club Try-Outs | January 16, 2023

Open tryouts for the 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015 birthyears on Boys Snipers teams will take place on January, 16, 2023 at the Minnesota Made Ice Center in St Louis Park.

The 2011 Boys Under Armour team is also looking for players and is evaluating at the 2011 Boys tryout. 

The Snipers Hockey Club is a baseball friendly club that allows hockey players to play spring/summer hockey tournaments and train without requiring a large commitment that makes other spring/summer sports difficult to participate in.

The players on the teams can enjoy all their interests without specializing as they compete and train together through the years. REGISTER HERE to evaluate and join our team!

Girls AAA Tryouts 2023 season | Registration OPEN

Tryouts have been set for the 2023 Spring/Summer AAA season for the 2013 & 2014 Girls AAA Under Armour Hockey Clubs.

Athletes will be evaluated at a January 16th tryout at the Minnesota Made Ice Center in St Louis Park.  The address is 2201 Florida Ave S, St Louis Park, MN 55426. Cost is only $20/athlete.

More Information  for Girls Machine or Girls Under Armour or to  REGISTER HERE

Questions: Please contact Jim Bodick at 952-641-6872 or

MN Made Hockey AAA Teams - Information & Interest

The Minnesota Made AAA hockey teams train in the spring/summer season and play in AAA tournaments locally and across North America. The focus, like all MMH programs, is individual skill development. By building on athletes' skills each member of the team is better equipped to execute plays in game situations. This makes for stronger teams and more effective and successful results.
Teams are formed primarily through recruiting, invitation and sometimes tryouts or individual evaluations.