New Jersey Renegades 2018-19 Tryouts Junior Hockey News

Published: Tuesday, 13 Mar 2018  
By: Staff,

The New Jersey Renegades will host Tryouts for the 2018-19 season from April 12-15, with a Free Open House offered on Saturday April 7, 2018.

Why Play for the Renegades?

  • A longtime presence at the Tier 3 Junior Hockey level, the New Jersey Renegades are entering their 11th season
  • The Renegades play as part of the Eastern Hockey League, which leads all Tier 3 Junior Hockey leagues in direct to NCAA D3 advancements
  • Developed players (alumni) currently playing: NCAA D1 and D3 Hockey, ACHA College Hockey and European Pro Hockey levels
  • The program works to develop and advance players, with 35% of their 2017-18 squad receiving the opportunity to play a higher level of hockey, including higher levels of Junior Hockey as well as at ACHA college hockey levels this season.
  • The Renegades have direct contact and affiliations to provide a direct path for advancement


You'll get a great feel for the program and their staff, facility and more.  The players will receive 8 hours of ice time, food/drink, seminars, speakers and more...
In addition to their 2018 Tryouts, the Renegades will be hosting a Free Open House where players can learn more about the organization and participate in a game as well as on-ice skills training.  A meal will also be provided.  To learn more about this FREE event visit the New Jersey Renegades Website

2018-19 Tryout

​General Information

WHEN:  April 12-15, 2018

Flemington Ice Arena
426 Case Blvd
Flemington, NJ 08822

WHO:  Junior Aged Players 1998-2002 Birth Years

To learn more about the NJ Renegades Tryouts or to register visit the team website and/or contact:

Cliff Graziano at
​Pete Rossi at 
Austin Albrecht played over 2 years with our program!
Matt Beattie 2 years with our program and huge endorser of our program!

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