Fees & Information (Northumberland Minor Hockey)

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Registration Update:
New and Returning players are encouraged to register online at our Hockey Canada Registry Page.    You can also watch this video tutorial to help you with the How to Register

If you have never registered using HCR before, you will need to create an account.

Have a registration question, please email Registrar
2021-2022 Registration Fees:
Age Groups    Birth Year   Fee   Formerly 
U5 (Under 5)    2020   $475   Pre-School
U7 (Under 7)    2018/19   $575   Initiation
U8 (Under 8)    2017   $575   Minor Novice
U9 (Under 9)    2016   $575   Novice
U10 (Under 10)    2015   $575   Minor Atom
U11 (Under 11)    2014   $575   Atom
U12 (Under 12)    2013   $575   Minor PeeWee
U13 (Under 13)    2012   $575   PeeWee 
U14 (Under 14)    2011   $575    Minor Bantam 
U15 (Under 15)    2010    $575   Bantam 
U16 (Under 16)    2009   $675   Minor Midget
U18 (Under 18)   2007/08   $675   Midget
U21 (Under 21)   2004/05/06   $675   Juvenile


*We require a copy of birth certificates for all new players.
*If your child is new to hockey this year, a parent will need to complete the Respect-In-Sport Parent online course.

*ALL NMHA players trying out for REP, must register and purchase a Tryout Passport
, prior to the start of tryouts.

Please email our Registrar if you have questions:  [email protected]
Respect in Sport:
As part of your child's registration, one parent per family must complete the OMHA's Parent Respect In Sport program. To complete the course, click here.
KidSport Northumberland
Financial barriers keep many kids from playing organized hockey and reaping all the benefits of being involved in team sports. Hockey teaches kids to be part of a team, that hard work is the best way to succeed, and the value of good sportsmanship. Hyundai Hockey Helpers is dedicated to helping at least 1,000 deserving kids get into the game every year by providing grants for league registration fees and equipment.

Hyundai Hockey Helpers is supported by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp., Hyundai dealers across Canada, and, we hope, people like you. Hyundai and Hyundai dealers will support the first 1,000 kids and pay for all of the program operating expenses, which means donations from the public will go directly to helping even more kids get in the game.

Hyundai Hockey Helpers works in partnership with KidSport™, a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance to kids and youth for sports registration fees and equipment. KidSport™ is 100% responsible for reviewing applications and distributing grants.

For More information about Hyundai Hockey Helpers

KidSport Northumberland Info and Application
Jumpstart Program:
One in three Canadian families cannot afford to enrol their children in sport or recreation activities. That means that many kids are missing out.  Canadian Tire Jumpstart is dedicated to removing barriers, so children can participate in organized sport and recreation.  For additional information, you can find it here.