2024 PeeWee Rangers Tryouts (Girls Team)

Palisades Center Ice Rink

We cannot accept late or walk-up registrations

About The Open Tryout

We are excited to extend an invitation to 12U girls hockey players from the tri-state area to try out on June 1 & 2, 2024 at the Palisades Center Ice Rink, for the PeeWee Rangers tournament team. This is a golden opportunity for players to showcase their skills to potentially earn a spot on the team. 

Players selected to the team will train with the expectation of representing the New York Rangers at the 2025 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament and compete against the best young hockey players in the world

Showcase Your Skills

By participating in this open tryout, players will be evaluated by Team USA and NY Rangers Alumni, professional & collegiate coaches. Select players will be chosen to advance to the next stage of tryouts.

Then if you're selected to join the team, you'll receive top-notch coaching, training, and an unforgettable international experience as you represent the New York Rangers at the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament.

Panel Discussions

In addition to the on-ice portion of the try-out, all camp attendees are invited to the exclusive panel discussions with our coaches and evaluators featuring former Team USA & NHL players and NCAA coaches who will share their expertise and insights (see FAQ below for more info).


Times to be determined. Each player will receive at least 1 hour each day.
Athletes are expected to show up for both days. One hour of ice time each day. (See FAQ below for more info.)

Panelists & Evaluators

Picture of Megan Bozek

Megan Bozek

Team USA
PeeWee Rangers Head Coach

Picture of Colton Orr

Colton Orr

New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs,
Team New York (PWHL) Asst. Coach

*More evaluators and panelists to be added soon. All are subject to change.

What's Included

On-ice Sessions

At least 2 hours of on-ice time.


Invitations to the daily panels

Official Tryout Jersey

Tryout branded jersey


  • Full hockey equipment
  • Sticks
  • Jersey
  • Water bottle
  • Proper clothing to change in/out and proper footwear such as sneakers

Please note that we do not stock equipment and unfortunately will not have the ability to provide any if your child forgets something.

Yes, It is preferred that your child is present at both ice sessions (one on Sat & one on Sun) to ensure she gets the most ice-time possible.

We will break everyone up into groups and release ice time 1-2 weeks before the tryouts. We will do our best to accommodate special requests, but can not guarantee it. 

  • Morning sessions are expected to take place between: 9:00am-12:30pm
  • Afternoon sessions are expected to take place between 2:45pm – 7:30pm.

Even if the rink does have a pro shop, we highly recommend you come prepared with your skates sharpened, sticks taped and rolls of tape in your bag. 

Each rink is different. Some have, some do not. Their hours vary and may fall outside of our event times. 

The panelists will cover a wide range of topics related to player development, including:

  1. The importance of proper training and conditioning: Former NHL players will share their experiences and insights on the physical and mental demands of playing hockey at the professional level. They will discuss the importance of proper training and conditioning, including strength and conditioning, nutrition, and mental preparation.

  2. The role of coaches in player development: NCAA coaches will discuss the importance of coaching in player development, including how to identify and develop talent, how to create a positive team culture, and how to foster a love of the game in young players.

  3. The role of agents/advisors in player development: Certified agents/advisors will provide insights on the business side of hockey and the role they play in helping players navigate their careers, including contract negotiation, endorsement deals, and financial planning.

  4. The importance of education and life skills: The panelists will emphasize the importance of education and life skills in player development, including how to balance schoolwork with hockey, how to develop time management skills, and how to prepare for life after hockey.

The team will practice every other week beginning in fall, 2023. As the team gets closer to the tournament date practices will get more frequent. 

Practices are held at the New York Rangers Training Center in Tarrytown, NY.

There is a fee associated with the team, that covers tournament entry, jerseys, practice time, equipment such as helmets, gloves, pants and tracksuits as well as a hotel room for the kids at the tournament. Travel is not included in the fee.

You will be contacted following the conclusion of the tryout by a team representative regarding the next stage of tryouts.