Online Registration General Information (Newmarket Minor Hockey)

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Welcome to the 2022-23 NMHA Online Registration Information Page 


Please take the time to read the following information carefully before proceeding to the Online Registration. The link to the actual Registration page is at the bottom of this page.  Everyone must register online.

Hockey Canada launched a new e-registration system last year to manage all of Hockey Canada’s participant registration. For returning players that used this system last year, to register this season use your member-defined account you created last season (same username/email). Participants that did not register last season, however your child was registered in any prior season, he/she is in the Hockey Canada system. You will have to create a new account by following the online instructions, as previously used login / password you may have used in the old system will no longer work. For first time players that have never registered before with Hockey Canada, you will have to create a hockey profile first for your child before you can use the online registration which is explained below in the first-time player section.   This new system will also sync your e-Hockey (coach) accounts as well as your player registration accounts. 

ASSISTANCE WITH THE REGISTRATION PROCESS
Reminder this is still a new system and there could be a glitch from time to time. If you encounter an issue, please contact our office at [email protected] for help.

Online registration for the 2022/2023 season will open on Monday May 16, 2022, and close on July 31, 2022, for all age groups. All players (whether playing HL or Rep) to register must select the division based on one’s year of birth.  Registration for the 2022-2023 season is open to all eligible players born in the years 2018 (age 4) through to 2002 (age 20).

Note: It is not necessary to know your child’s division; the system will default to the correct division once you enter your child’s date of birth. Age Reference Chart is posted under the Registration tab on our website.  

After registration closes on July 31, 2022, based on the number of players registered the Association will then decide how many teams to ice for the 2022-23 season. These team numbers will determine how many registration spots remain available within each age group. We will then reopen registration later in August and accept registration until all available spots have been filled. Once the spots have been filled anyone else wishing to enroll in the NMHA will be placed on a waitlist. Players on a waitlist cannot attend Rep tryouts. It is important to register by July 31st to avoid disappointment and to not miss the opportunity to play hockey with NMHA this season.

The NMHA follows the Hockey Canada Player Pathways for U9 and below, as approved by Hockey Canada and mandated in OHF Regulation G3.  To learn more on the philosophy of the program and seasonal structure, these pathway documents can be found on the OMHA website.

We recommend that new players be somewhat comfortable on skates, be able to navigate themselves across the ice with minimal assistance and to get up on their own when they fall down. Our experience has shown that when a first-time player feels they have a chance to move with the play then they are more likely to enjoy the experience.

Every house league division is on the ice twice a week.

Our House League hockey program operates on Saturdays & Sundays for divisions U7 up to U15.

In the U15 HL division, starting in January the number of practices will be reduced, and more games will be added.

The U16 HL division plays two games a week on Sunday and Tuesday, and our U18/U21 HL division plays Sunday and Monday.

The House League season will start sometime in October, exact date to be determined.

We cannot provide playing ice times for the divisions till we finalize our ice schedule with the Town of Newmarket end of August. We try to keep the ice times consistent throughout the season, but game / practice schedules are subject to change and there is no guarantee of a weekly practice and/or game due to ice availability. 

Important Information for First-Time Players:

1. To be able to register online with NMHA, a player requires a Hockey Canada profile and ID number. Parents can create a profile for their child by completing the Parents Respect in sport program. Note:  If you have already completed the course for another child or for another sport, please add your new player to your RIS Parent profile. Once added you can proceed to the online registration.

The Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) mandates that at least one parent must complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program as "a condition of participation" for their child registered with NMHA.  In other words, if at least one parent does not complete the course your son/s and/or daughter/s will be ineligible to play in all hockey programs - House League, Rep, MD and Select until such time this one-hour online education course has been successfully completed. Further information on this program and how to register can be found by reading the “Respect in Sport Parent” document we have listed under our Registration link on our website. There is a cost to do this clinic, $12 plus HST

Instructions: Parent Walkthrough Document

Link to site to register for Respect in Sport Parent Program:

https://omhahockeyparent.respectgroupinc.com/secure

Once you have completed the Parent RIS program proceed to the online registration and select “existing player”. 

2.  For first time players, proof of age and proof of residency is also required.  You should be able to upload these documents (birth certificate and driver’s licence) as part of the registration process. If you have difficulty doing so, you can email these to the NMHA office, and we will add these to your child’s profile.

3.   A first time player is registered once all the requirements below are met:

  • Parent Respect in Sport Completed
  • Online registration completed with payment
  • Proof of age (birth certificate) and Proof of residency (driver’s licence or utility bill) uploaded on player’s profile

2022-23 REGISTRATION FEES:

NMHA only accepts credit card payments, Visa, or MC 

Player fee must be paid in full prior to first skate on ice.

Late Fee of $100 will be added as of Aug 1 to Divisions U10 up to U21

 

Age Group

 

Birth Year

Fee

Under-7 (U7)

 

2018/2017/2016

$ 375

Under-8 (U8)

 

2015

$ 545

Under-9 (U9)

 

2014

$ 545

Under-10 (U10)

 

2013

$ 610

Under-11 (U11)

 

2012

$ 610

Under-12 (U12)

 

2011

$ 610

Under-13 (U13)

 

2010

$ 610

Under-14 (U14)

 

2009

$ 630

Under-15 (U15)

 

2008

$ 630

Under-16 (U16)

 

2007

$ 630

Under-18 (U18)

 

2006 / 2005

$ 630

Under-21 (U21)

 

2004 / 2003 / 2002

$ 630

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



A $100 discount applies to 3rd player in family
A $200 discount applies to 4th player in family 
For discount to be applied need to register all players in the family at the same time
Non-Newmarket Resident Fee (per family) $50

 

Rowan’s Law (Mandatory)

Rowan’s Law is now attached to the online registration. All parents will need to check off the box to acknowledge that you have read the OHF Concussion Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources applicable to your child’s age group to register. This is mandated by the Government of Ontario and very important for the safety of our Players. We have

prepared a document for you to read and learn more on Rowan’s Law which can be found under our registration link on our website.

 

Moving to Newmarket:

If you have moved to Newmarket and have played in another hockey centre, you must contact our Association Office for the proper residential transfer forms depending from which association you are coming from.  You won't be able to register until this has been done. Please go to the “Moving to Newmarket” section of our website to proceed.

 

Non-Newmarket Residents

We do accept out of town residents for our house league program. An additional fee of $50 applies to all out-of-town registrations. As a Non-Newmarket resident, you will have to contact our office first to have your child’s profile transferred to Newmarket. Forward email to [email protected], provide player’s name, date of birth and where player played last. Once profile is received, you will then be able to register online. Make sure to check the out-of-town registration fee box of $50 when completing the online registration, otherwise registration will not be accepted. This is a family fee, not a per player fee.

 

Other Registration Information to Note:

Further information on Fall Rep tryouts for U8MD, U9MD, U10 up to U13 and U18 will be posted on our website end of August.

NMHA reserves the right to refuse/deny registration.

Players registering with NMHA cannot play with any other team outside the jurisdiction of the NMHA (except for school teams) during the 2022-23 season to maintain eligibility to play with NMHA.

There may be two goalies assigned to a team as required.

NMHA reserves the right to move players to provide a fair and balanced house league program. In cases of dispute, a pro-rated refund will be available.

Refunds: Please read our Refund Policy

Anyone interested in coaching a House League team must complete the online Coach Application. Click Here to Access the Application

Once you have read the above terms and conditions, please click on the link below to register for the 2022-2023 season


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