Online Registration System Now Available
Sunday Sep 1, 2019
Once again this season player registration will be online using the Hockey Canada registration system. A link to the Hockey Canada online registration can be found at the top of the capshockey.ca website.
The Registration Information packages outlining fees and additional programs can be found by clicking on the "Registration" tab on the capshockey.ca website. We recommend you take a look at the information under the Registration tab before starting the actual online registration process. The information provided in the various registration documents may answer questions that arise through the online registration process.
Payment on the online system is by credit card. Those families still wanting to use cash,debit or postdated cheques for payment will still have to visit the minor hockey office in Twin Rinks. Before visiting the office, please download and fill out the player registration form for each child.
With the online system the parent will log in or create a new account with Hockey Canada. To that account the parent attaches the minor hockey players they wish to register. For every player you must select the minor or female hockey program they are registering for. Later in the process you will be able to select additional programs like all-star tryouts, preseason camp and/or power skating for example.
Players trying out for the DJHL Peewee and Bantam teams who are interested in the all-star preseason camps can contact the office directly to register.
For those registering for both female and house league, please register for female first. It will then give you the option to add on house league when you come to the additional program add-ons.
New families are reminded before their child can participate in minor hockey activities a parent must complete the Respect in Sport online course. A link to the Respect in Sport course is at the top of every capshockey.ca website page.
If you have any questions please contact Jodi at firstname.lastname@example.org or 579-9091 (Monday-Friday 9am-12pm).
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