Winchester, MA (April 5, 2020) – Beginning on April 5, 2020, the Boston Imperials launched our virtual tryout service via Zoom to help players find teams. Since then we have placed over 15 players on various teams and if spots did not exist, also referred players to other programs. The Boston Imperials are specifically looking for 2005, 2006, and 2007 players and are looking for ways to stay in touch with athletes and families and help them find a team.
As an effort to connect, the Boston Imperials are taking an innovative approach to offer FREE Virtual “Tryouts” and Q&A sessions held via Zoom Conferencing. The goal of these sessions is to place athletes on the team that best aligns with their age and playing experience or to direct a family to another program if fit. Parents and players, both boys and girls, are invited to sign up for a session to meet with members of the club staff.
Prior to signing up, please be prepared to answer questions about the athlete’s playing goals and objectives, his/her playing background, and his/her development path within the sport. The Q&A session will also be open at the end of each conference to answer specific questions about the Boston Imperials program, the options available inside or outside the club, and the overall hockey landscape in New England.
“As a program, the Boston Imperials prioritize the feedback of both players and parents. We never want an athlete to feel anxious or left out when entering a new season. The goal of our virtual tryouts is to alleviate any concerns and make players feel confident once this ‘no hockey’ period is over,” commented Club Owner, Dennis Franczak.
While our primary need is for 2005, 2006, and 2007 players, we do have a few spots left for 2002, 2003, and 2004 athletes as well. Sign up today to secure a session!
Please during these times, stay safe, healthy, and remember to social distance to help the effort to get us back in the rink faster!
The Boston Imperials are a USA Hockey Sanctioned Hockey Club headquartered in Winchester, MA with a National Tier 1 Academy Program at Matignon High School as well as fall Tier 1 and Tier 2 National Bound Boys and Girls teams at the U14-U19 Levels.