ALL PLAYERS NEED TO BE REGISTERED ONE PLAYER IN HCR AT A TIME. COMPLETE ONE TRANSACTION AND THEN START A SECOND ONE.
Hockey Canada has upgraded their registry to HCR 3.0 which will require some initial set-up.
Registration will open July 20th and close September 20th to players wishing to tryout. If you miss those registration dates you risk eligibility for tryouts or participation in the upcoming hockey season.
Competitive Tryouts: Players trying out for competitive teams will be required to pay the tryout fee and any outstanding fees for previous seasons before receiving their tryout jersey and going on the ice for tryouts. You must register by September 20th to be eligible for tryouts.
U13AAA: Players trying out for U13AAA must register with CHBAMHA. If successful in making the AAA team, the CHBAMHA registration will be removed; if unsuccessful, payment is required to proceed. Players trying out for U13AAA but also participating in CHBAMHA conditioning camp and/or CHBAMHA tryouts will be required to pay these fees prior to commencement of CHBAMHA activities, in addition to the U13AAA tryout fees.
U15 Major, U18 Major, and High School: Players trying out for U15 Major, U18 Major, or High School are encouraged to register with their home hockey association. If the player is successful in making one of these teams, please contact email@example.com to have their registration removed; if unsuccessful, payment is required to proceed. Players trying out for other teams but also participating in CHBAMHA conditioning camp and/or CHBAMHA tryouts will be required to pay these fees prior to commencement of CHBAMHA activities.
U24 League: U24 registration will open at a later date, most likely early September.
Please visit www.chbawings.org for additional information on registration, boundaries, programs, tryout and evaluation process, team and family resources, and more.
NEW COLE HARBOUR WINGS MEMBERS
Welcome to the Cole Harbour Wings! New families can register online using the same link above. “New members” include:
• First time hockey players in all age divisions
• First year U7 players
• Transferred players
New members will also be required to provide the following documentation:
• Proof of residence (e.g.drivers’ licence, lease or purchase agreement)
• Parent Declaration Form
If you never played hockey before, you’ll need to create an account with Hockey Canada/Hockey Nova Scotia, once you click on the registration link above.
If you have played hockey before, do not create a new “User Account” once on the Hockey Canada site. If you have previously registered a child online, you must use that same account for each subsequent year. The User Account is strictly for your use; it is password protected and available only with your proper login (email address) once it is set up. We use e-mail addresses as user names to log on, but the addresses don’t have to be active. Log on just as you did last year, and then select My Account at the top right to change to your new e-mail address.Hockey Canada matches player to birthdate, you would need to falsify a birthdate to set up a new account, so please do not proceed, contact the firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. If you set up a second account with false information, your child will end up with two hockey ID’s which will require merging.
Female Central Hockey/Metro East Inferno
Any female hockey player located within the Cole Harbour boundaries that is interested in playing for an all-female team must register through Metro East Inferno. Any questions regarding the registration process may be directed to Registrar, Casha Cruickahank.