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Registration Information

Registration for the 2021/22 season will be opening on Wednesday, July 28.

Hockey Canada has launched a brand new Hockey Canada Registry (HCR 3.0) system. Some organizations opened registration in early July, but there are still glitches which has been a cause for delay. With the new registration system, it will look A LOT different for both parents and administrators. Please go to this page on how to register.


Funding Help

Several organizations are available to help with funding for registration fees for families in need. APPLY EARLY before the season starts! These include the Canadian Tire JumpStart ProgramHockey Canada Assist Fund, the Niagara Region ProKids Program, and the Niagara KidSport Program.



U6 - FUNdamentals - 1 hour per week (usually starts in October around Thanksgiving)

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: 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") - 1-2 hours per week cross-ice (depending on Covid restrictions if any)

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 U7 Hockey Canada Player pathway is designed for players 5 and 6 years old and is suitable to all skill levels at this age group.

U9 (Novice) - 1 to 2 hours per week half-ice until January

The U9 program focuses on skill development in a half-ice environment. The U9 Hockey Canada Player Pathway is designed for 7 and 8 year olds. The skills of skating, puck control, passing and shooting are introduced and refined one step at a time with a focus on fun and skill development.

U11 (Atom) - 1 to 2 hours per week (varies)

The U11 program continues with skill development and skill refinement in a full-ice environment. Players will be evaluated according to the U11 Hockey Canada Player Pathway guidelines in the first 3-4 sessions on the ice. Team placement will be based on balancing skill level.

U13 (Peewee), U15 (Bantam), U18 (Midget), U20 (Juvenile) - 1 to 2 hours per week (varies)

These programs will be be full-ice hockey.

(paid in full by August 15)
2021/22 Season Fee
(registered paid in full by Sept. 15)
U6 (Fundamentals) - Birth Years 2016, 2017, 2018 $215 $250
U7 (IP) Cross-Ice - Birth Years 2015, 2016 $350 $385
5-on-5 Program
U9 (Novice) Half Ice until January - Birth Years 2013, 2014 $450 $485
U11 (Atom) - Birth Years 2011, 2012 $515 $550
U13 (Peewee) - Birth Years 2009, 2010 $515 $550
U15 (Bantam) - Birth Years 2007, 2008 $515 $550
 U18 (Midget) - Birth Years 2004, 2005, 2006 $515 $550
3-on-3 Program
 U21 (Juvenile) - Birth Years 2001, 2002, 2003 $515 $550
Additional Programs
Jr Ice Dogs Refer to
Minor Development Hurricanes Email Kirby Edgar, Program Director
Alumni Contact George Gadula at [email protected]

Late Fee: Any registration after September 15 will incur an additional late fee of $50.

Note: There is a $50.00 Administration Fee charged for any Refund requested by September 30th.  After that date the fee increases to $75.00 due to mandatory HC, OHF and Alliance fees charged after that date.

Payment Options

Credit CardYour card will be charged the full session price or in two installments (50% upon registration and 50% on Sept. 15)

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

The preferred methods are above. However, if you can only pay by cash, cheque, or debit please pay in the CYO office during the limited and posted hours on our calendar.

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 (see CYO rules) to help us ensure that our teams are as even as we can make them in skill level for U13-U21. For U11 and under, CYO will follow Hockey Canada's evaluation process to create equitable teams of similar skill level.

Player fees must be paid in full (or confirm funding arrangements with the office) by September 15 to confirm your spot on a team.

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