Registration

Fees for the 2022-2023 Season

Here are the fees for next season

Please read the following before sending your registration email.

If your child played for us last season, you can proceed to the registration portal.  If you are either new to hockey or new to our Association, please see below.

  • If you are a player who played with an outside Association last season, you will need to obtain your Hockey Canada member number.  A detailed instruction can be found here.  Once obtained, you can then register with us.
  • If your child is new to minor hockey, one of the parents must complete the Respect in Sport - Parent Program.  This will create a Hockey Canada member number for your child which you will require to register with us.  If you do not write down the number upon completion, see point above on how to obtain it.  You can complete the course here.

If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth for help.  If you need in person help please contact the office to make an appointment.  Do not hesitate to contact us via email for any assistance at nbminorhockey@outlook.com

Hockey Registration - via email to nbminorhockey@outlook.com

 

NBMHA 2022-23 Season Registration

 

The NBMHA board of directors is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2022-23 season.  This year we will need to increase our registration by 3% due to the increase in operational costs (ice rental costs, referees, etc.)  This is the first time in 7 years that we have needed an increase.

Registration fees for this upcoming season can be found on our website https://www.nbmha.ca/ on the registration page.  All registration will be completed using Team Snap and the portal is now open for the next season.  We are starting registration early to allow for as many monthly installments as possible.  All registration must be paid by Oct 1st, 2022.  Early registration will open May 25th and run to Sept 1st, 2022.  After this time, your registration will be late, and you will not be eligible for the early registration rates.  Please sign up as early as possible to give us more time to plan and commit to ice requirements.

Our refund policy will remain the same as last season.  Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, there is a chance our hockey season may not play out as planned. If the NBHMA program is shut down by the OHF/NOHA, Hockey Canada, Public health Unit, province of Ontario, City of North Bay, or any other governing body, refunds will be issued on a pro rated basis. Keep in mind that some fixed costs will may not be able to be refunded.  Refunds will not be given to families who change their minds about playing hockey after they have stepped on the ice with NBMHA.  Refunds will not be given to families should guidelines from Hockey Canada or the OHF/NOHA change. For example, If the NOHA disallowed game play, we would alter our program to utilize the booked ice times.

We have already announced our proposed Teams for the 2022/2023 Season with tryouts in mid to late August and September.  Coach selection will be announced at a later date.  Please follow on the website and Facebook for further updates.

 

Wondering whether to sign up for Tykes or Hockey for Beginners?  Please read the following : https://www.nbmha.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/1184/2021/05/NBMHA-Timbit-IP-Programs.pdf

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Wondering where to sign up for Hockey for Beginners?

https://www.nbmha.ca/hockey-for-beginners/