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2134 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Apr 1, 2011 12:38 PM by daDangler
daDangler Pro 87 posts since
Nov 3, 2005
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Apr 2, 2011 8:35 AM

Lowest   Junior Hockey Tuition   on  East  Coast !!!

Jr. Team Tryouts

ThursdayApril 077:30-8:45 PM
SundayApril 1012:00-1:15 PM


Tryouts at our program are FREE! 


Please visit our website to register -


The NJ Renegades will have a silent sponsor for the team that will drastically reduce tuition.  Most clubs charge in the range of $6,000 - $10,000. The Renegades will be looking to provide: 4 1/2+ hours of practice, approx. a 50 game schedule, Full time experienced Coaching Staff, Team Issued Helmets, Gloves, Game Jerseys and sox, Pant shell, Warmup Suit, Team Bag, etc...


Tuition will be $4,900

*Based on a full roster


We will also be holding private tryout / workouts for those who may have missed tryouts in April (if we have spots available). We will hold practices for pre-season tournaments (Pre-Draft and Chowder Cup) throughout April, May, June, and July.


Any questions please feel free to contact:

Cliff Graziano Jr.

Head Coach / GM

(973) 479-2403

  • Hahkey Rookie 1 posts since
    Apr 1, 2011
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    1. Apr 1, 2011 6:13 AM (in response to daDangler)
    Re: $4,900 Jr Tuition!

    Do you supply buses to all away games?  Do you pay for hotels and travel?  Does the player keep the equipment or is it returned at the end of the season and reused?  How much do the tournaments cost?  A base fee of 4900 can expand a lot  and drastically increase tuition if it isn't included. How many away games are there?  What league will this team be a member of?

  • A Hockey Guy Rookie 7 posts since
    Mar 18, 2010
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    2. Apr 1, 2011 7:10 AM (in response to Hahkey)
    Re: $4,900 Jr Tuition!

    i am assuming you mean 4 and a 1/2 hours A WEEK of practice right, not 4 and a 1/2 hours for the entire season. That would be very frowned upon with the ADM.


    Also a silent sponsor isn't really a sponsor though since no one knows who it is. More like a benefactor. Still it's great someone is helping.

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