Are you having trouble registering your child for hockey?
There are two possible reasons:
First: If this is the first time registering a child for hockey, a family will have to complete the Respect in Sport program with Hockey Alberta. For information visit http://www.hockeyalberta
Although it's not been required in the past for Pre-Hockey because they don't play actual games, Hockey Alberta has made it a mandatory requirement for all new families to hockey, no matter the level of entry to the sport. If it's a package offered on the HCR website, RIS rules apply. It's then associated with that family's HCR account for all years going forward.
Second: If a family already has children playing hockey, they have to log in to their e-Hockey Canada account, create the child's profile to associate the child to their account, and then they will be able to proceed with registering him/her through our online registration link. To do this, visit https://ehockey.hockeyca
ONE LAST IMPORTANT NOTE:
Whether taking the RIS or creating a Profile on the e-hockey Canada website, parents should CONSISTENTLY use the child's name as on their birth certificate.
Using abbreviated versions of your child's name or "nicknames" can create duplicate profiles, and accounts will not be linked. If parents use the name on the birth certificate, it eliminates possible duplications.
One of the two solutions above should work, but if it doesn't please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 - 2018 REGISTRATION
Registration for the 2017-2018 season will be accepted online only starting June 1, 2017. Please click here to go to the Online Registration Page for more information regarding online registration and to register.
A non-refundable $100 deposit is required at time of registration.
Players/families carrying a balance owing from prior years must pay in full prior to registering for the current year.
A parent/guardian from each family is REQUIRED to take (or have taken) the Respect in Sport Parent online course.
The early registration deadline is July 15, 2017. To take advantage of the early registration discount, please be sure to get your registrations in before this date. Registrations will still be accepted after July 15 but fees will increase by $100.
A Late Registration Fee of an additional $100 will be applied beginning September 1 for all divisions except first year tyke players. A late registration fee of $100 will be applied for first year tykes beginning September 15, 2017.
2017 - 2018 Registration Fees
|Level||Birth Year||Before July 16||July 16 - Aug. 31||Starting Sept. 1|
|Parent & Tot||2011 and younger||$95||$95||$95|
|Initiation||2011 and younger||$435||$435 (1st year tykes have until Sept 15before fee increase)||$535 ( 2nd year tykes Sept 1 )|
|$535 ( 1st year tykes Sept 15 )|
|Bantam Female Elite||2003-2004||$925||$1025||$1125|
OMHA has an interest in supporting families who wish to offset the cost of playing hockey by working hours in our Concession.
For the 2017 - 2018 season, familes will be required to work 20 hours of time in the Concession.
If a family has not worked 10 hours prior to Dec. 15, 2017, $300 will be charged to the form of payment selected during registration. If partial hours have been completed, the hours will be charged out at $30 per hour. Families will need to work an additional 10 hours prior to March 15, 2018 to prevent having another payment of $300 charged.
There is also an "Opt Out" option where families may pay $450 immediately on registration and not be required to work any Concession hours.
Please note that once you have chosen an option for the participation fee, it will not be changed so be sure of your decision. (example 1: If you opt out and then decide at a later date you would rather have paid someone to do your hours, you will NOT be refunded the opt out fee)
Jersey Bond Cheques:
A $300 Jersey Bond Cheque will be required for each Player at the start of the season. Cheques are to be postdated to March 15, 2018 and will be collected by team managers at time of jersey distribution. Cheques will be destroyed upon receipt of both Home and Away jerseys at the end of the season. Cheques will only be cashed in the event the jerseys are not returned, or returned in poor condition.
Jerseys are to be returned washed and cleaned, ready for the following year
Important Information for Players New to Olds Minor Hockey
Members who are new to OMHA (but exist in a different association) will not be able to register online until the member is transferred to OMHA. If you attempt to register online, the Register button will show unavailable. In order to register online, you will need to first be transferred to Olds Minor Hockey. To transfer a member to OMHA you will need to (depending on your situation) either submit
- Hockey Alberta Player Movement Form - if you reside in another community, or
- Hockey Alberta Parent Declaration Form - if you have recently moved or will be moving within the OMHA boundaries
If this applies to you, please complete the applicable form and scan and submit it to email@example.com
Please note: this excludes players who have never previously registered in hockey or who are trying out for one of the OMHA "AA" teams. If you wish to register someone who has never been registered with any association continue to OMHA Online Registration. If you wish to tryout for one of the OMHA "AA" teams please click here.