Register early before August 13th to avoid late fees!!!!!
As an executive, we are planning for the 2021/2022 Hockey Season. We have been following along with Hockey Canada, the Ontario Minor Hockey Association and the Ontario Hockey Federation to stay up to date with what hockey will look like in the fall. We don’t have all the answers yet, but we know that as long as the province stays on the current path, there will be hockey for all our families to enjoy. We are very optimistic that we can get back to regular play this season. Including games, tournaments and everything our players have come to love about the game!
We are moving forward with registration for the 2021-22 season. Registration fees for the season are:
Mites $100/session (2 - 10week sessions) Subsidy of $50/session to be applied for those that declare Norwood as their home centre
U7/U8 $450 - Subsidy of $ to be applied for those that declare Norwood as their home centre
U9 $475. Subsidy of $ to be applied for those that declare Norwood as their home centre
Your early registration is important so we can have an idea of numbers for teams. Registration will open today July 27th, and we encourage all our families to get registered early.
Early Bird Rates are in effect until August 13th. Anyone registering after this date, rates will be increased by $50.
NEW REGISTRATION PROCESS THIS YEAR! Link on our website will take you directly to Hockey Canada Registry to register. Banner at the top of the Home Page
There will be NO in person registration.
REGISTRATION DEPOSIT OF 1/3 IS DUE WITH YOUR REGISTRATION. Payment can be made by Credit Card OR via E-transfer to [email protected]
For those families that opted to leave a credit from last season – this amount will NOT be applied towards your deposit. A deposit payment is required. Your credit from last season will be applied to the remainder of the registration fees owed.
Limited Registration Subsidies are available. Anyone requiring assistance with registration can reach out to our president Jennifer Barton in writing [email protected]
Stay safe and stay healthy and continue to work on your hockey skills at home!