Fees For the 2022-23 Season

Here are the fees for next season

U7 (Formerly Tykes)(Born Between 2016-2017)$300.00$350.00 as of September 2nd, 2022
Registration fees subject to a 2.99% and $0.99 transaction fee paid to provider

U9 (Formerly Novice)(Born between 2014-2015)$610.00$660.00 as of September 2nd, 2022
Registration fees subject to a 2.99% and $0.99 transaction fee paid to provider

U11 (Formerly Atom)(Born between 2012-2013)$610.00$660.00 as of September 2nd, 2022
Registration fees subject to a 2.99% and $0.99 transaction fee paid to provider

U13 (Formerly Pee Wee)(Born between 2010-2011)$660.00$710.00 as of September 2nd, 2022
Registration fees subject to a 2.99% and $0.99 transaction fee paid to provider

U15 (Formerly Bantam)(Born between 2008-2009)$660.00$710.00 as of September 2nd, 2022
Registration fees subject to a 2.99% and $0.99 transaction fee paid to provider

U18 (Formerly Midget)(Born between 2005-2007)$660.00$710.00 as of September 2nd, 2022
Registration fees subject to a 2.99% and $0.99 transaction fee paid to provider

Financial Assistance

Let’s get more kids off the sidelines and into the game!
The following programs may be available to assist children with registration fees for minor sports.

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Hockey For Beginners

Limited registration available

Hockey For Beginners

The Timbits Initiation Program is a structured, learn-to-play hockey program designed to introduce young players to the game’s basic skills in an atmosphere of fun and fair play. It is the basis from which Canadians get their start in hockey by having fun, learning skills, and developing confidence.
This program is the first introduction to hockey fundamentals. Participants will be on the ice twice a week for approximately 40 minutes per session. On ice instruction will include skating skills, hockey fundamentals, and game situations depending on the skill level of the participants.
Begins: Will run from Mid October until the March Break, the full schedule will be released once confirmation from the city is received
Times/Days: Approximately 30-32 – 40 minute sessions occurring Wednesdays sometime between 5:15 and 7:15 pm and Saturday 7:30 to 9:30 am with some exceptions when the ice is not available due to tournaments.
Fees: Cost will be $250 which includes a $50 credit for equipment at Skaters North Source for Sports
Location: Pete Palangio Arena
Note: Participants require CSA approved protective hockey equipment and must be 4 years of age by December 31st of the current hockey season. Parents or Guardians are welcome and encouraged to come on the ice, a CSA certified helmet and skates are mandatory.

Wondering whether to Sign Up for Tykes or Hockey for Beginners?

Please read the following

Need More Information?

Please contact Paul at [email protected]

New Athletes

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 second point below on how to obtain it.
Click the link below to complete the course.
Please ensure you select NBMHA for your primary association.

If you are unsure of which association you belong to please look it up below before registering.

If you are a player who played with an outside Association last season, you will need to obtain your Hockey Canada member number. Follow the link below for detailed instructions. Once obtained, you can then register with us.

If you have moved since last season you will need to complete a residential move form from the NOHA to change your primary association to NBMHA.Form

Try Out, Prep Phase and Evaluation Information