New to Hockey

Brand new to hockey? These are the steps that you will need to complete in order to get registered:

Step 1

The first step for brand new hockey players is to create a Hockey Canada Account (through Spordle); you will need to contact the Registrar for help obtaining a Hockey Canada ID number. You will be notified when your Hockey Canada Account has been set-up

The following information is required to set up a player's Hockey Canada ID:

Step 2

You will need to complete the Respect in Sport (RIS) Course. The RIS Program is an online certification program designed to ensure that hockey is fun and safe for all of our participants. You will also need to create a profile and add your child. If done correctly, you will see the same Hockey ID from your Hockey Canada account. Upon completion of the program, you will be given a certificate with a number and expiry date. This information is required for registration. The program itself takes about an hour to complete and it costs $12. You only have to do this every 4 years.

RIS# and HC# are required to process your registration.

Step 3

Our Registrar will provide you an online link to sign up for a free Team Snap account and register for hockey.

Contact our Registrar at