Players interested in trying out for Team Michigan can now register.
The Team Michigan program, a joint effort between Michigan’s high school hockey leaders and the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association, provides a unique opportunity for advancement for juniors and seniors at the conclusion of the season.
Players who advance through the two rounds of the selection process will play for Team Michigan's junior or senior team at the prestigious CCM NIT Tournament in Minnesota in April. That tournament brings together top high school players from a collection of hockey hotbeds to compete in front of junior and college scouts.
Players interested in competing for a spot with Team Michigan will need to start by skating in one of three regional tryouts. Those will be games played at:
Players selected from those tryouts will receive invitations to the Team Michigan Festival in Chelsea on March 18-19. That event is an opportunity in itself, as scouts annually attend the festival.
While Team Michigan is only for juniors and seniors, freshmen and sophomores can participate in the boys' Player Selection Camps through MAHA.
To learn more about the Player Selection Camps, watch the video below, and visit this link.