Information and Pricing (CYO Minor Hockey)

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Registration Information


Registration for BLOCK 3 (Jan/Feb) opens Wednesday December 16th. Choose OTHER during the payment process and check out completely. Once we know we can offer a Block 3, we will require payment before your child(ren) steps on the ice.

Payment options currently are only via credit card during registration or e-transfer to [email protected] If using e-transfer, please ensure you put the player(s) name(s) and division in the Notes area. 

The CYO season will be broken into 4 "mini-seasons" to accommodate the ice booking blocks from the city, as well as requirements and guidelines from the OHF and Alliance Hockey to ensure that should the season structure change, we are more easily prepared to adjust.

Players must register and pay in full for each block as it comes up. Notices will be sent to all players when registration for the next block is open for signup. Prices are primarily based on the amount of ice time we get per block.

BLOCK 1 - October 1st to October 31st
BLOCK 2 - November/December
BLOCK 3 - January/February April/May hopefully
BLOCK 4 - March/April

Full-time registered goalies from U11(Atom) to U20 receive a 50% discount PER BLOCK. 

ALL CYO PLAYERS regardless of age MUST WEAR FULL EQUIPMENT. Mouthguards are mandatory for all ages.

***** NOTE: REQUESTED REFUNDS (that are not related to having to transfer back to your home association) will be granted per block, prorated to ice costs already used and minus a $20 administrative fee.


U6 - FUNdamentals - 1 hour per week 

FUNdamentals is a structured, learn-to-play hockey program that uses Hockey Canada’s U7 Program (includes 3-5 year olds) curriculum to teach beginners basic technical skills (skating, puck handling, stopping, passing, turning and shooting) in an atmosphere that stresses FUN, cooperation and fair play.

NOTE: for the 2020-2021 season - FUNdamentals participants MUST be able to stand and move independently on the ice without assistance. With the current restrictions on the number of participants we are unable to provide enough coaches to provide a learn-to-skate component.

U7 (Initiation Program "IP") - 1 hour per week

The U7 program is an introduction to hockey in a safe, fun, and positive environment. The program is structured as a confidence building and learn-to-play experience designed to introduce players to basic hockey skills and team-play. The program is designed for players 5 and 6 years old and is suitable to all skill levels at this age group.

U9 (Novice), U11 (Atom), and U13 (Peewee)  - 1 to 2 hours per week (varies)

These programs will be a mix of practices and games. To help with distancing, the U9 (Novice) teams will be full ice. The game structure for these levels will be following the OHF guidelines of 4-on-4 game play, with each team consisting of 8 skaters (two lines of 4) and 1 goalie position per team.  

U15 (Bantam), U18 (Midget), U20 (Juvenile) - 1 to 2 hours per week (varies)

These programs will be following the OHF guidelines for 3-on-3 game play, with each team consisting of 9 skaters (3 lines of 3) and 1 goalie per team.

Block 2 Fee
Block 3 Fee
U6 (Fundamentals) - Birth Year 2015, 2016, 2017 $50 $100 TBD
U7 (IP) - Birth Year 2014, 2015 $50 $100 TBD
4-on-4 Program
U9 (Novice) - Birth Year 2012, 2013 $110 $150 TBD
U11 (Atom) - Birth Year 2010, 2011 $110 $150 TBD
U13 (Peewee) - Birth Year 2008, 2009 $110 $150 TBD
3-on-3 Program
U15 (Bantam) - Birth Year 2006, 2007 $110 $150 TBD
U18 (Midget) - Birth Year 2003, 2004, 2005 $110 $150 TBD
Additional Programs
Jr Ice Dogs Program is full.
Minor Development Hurricanes Email Clayton Beach, Director of Development
Alumni Program is full.

**NEW players (those who did not register in Block 1) will pay an additional $10 insurance fee.

Payment Options

E-Transfer: Send transfers to [email protected] - please indicate player's name and division in the notes section.

Credit Card
Your card will be charged the full session price.

Registration Assistance

If you require assistance with your registration, please contact the league administrator at: [email protected], or by phone at 905-228-0313. Please note that voice mails will only be heard and responded to during office hours. Office hours are posted on the main website calendar.  

Fair Play and Team Allocation

The CYO has a well defined team allocation process to help us ensure that our teams are as even as we can make them in skill level. While we do our best to ensure players can play with their friends on the team of their choice, this is not always possible due to the number of players per team.

Funding Help

Several organizations are available to help with funding for registration fees for families in need. These include the Canadian Tire JumpStart Program, the Niagara Region ProKids Program, and the Niagara KidSport Program.

Player fees must be paid in full for the block (or confirm funding arrangements with the office) to confirm your spot on a team.

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