General Information (St. Marys Minor Hockey)

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Registration for the 2022-23 season has now closed. The waitlist will open on May 24; please use the links below at that time. Please do not send payment until you receive notice that your registration has been accepted.

For general information about the U5 - U7 program, please visit the FAQ here.
For general information about the U9 - U18 program, please visit the FAQ here.

Registration Details:

- For boys and girls born 2016-2019, please register with OMHA on the Spordle site here.
- For boys born 2005-2015, please register with OMHA on the Spordle site here.

* If you are new to hockey and don't have a Spordle account, you can create one here. Instructions can be found here. (Please note that for girls born in 2005-2015, you do not need to create an account in Spordle.)

- For girls born 2005-2015, please register with OWHA on the RAMP site here.

All new players to minor hockey are required to upload their birth certificate and proof of residency (photo of a parent's driver's license or utility bill that matches the registration address) to their profile. The system will allow you to complete the registration process without this but you will not be approved by OMHA until it is there.

All new players are also required to have a course completed for "Respect In Sport". If you have had other children in minor hockey, you should only need to add your new player to that account. If this is your first time signing up for Minor Hockey in any organization, please follow the instructions here to complete the course and include it in your profile.

Out of Town Players:

SMMHA Waiting List registration (no cost) for out of town players will open May 24. Please refer back to this page at that time. Once we have looked at all of our numbers, we will make individual decisions to determine if we can accommodate out of town players for each age category. 

Registration rates are as follows and includes a mandatory $50 insurance fee:

U5 (2018/2019) - $190
U7 (2016/2017) - $325
U9 (2014/2015) - $680
U11 (2012/2013) - $680
U13 (2010/2011) - $680
U15 (2008/2009) - $680
U18 (2005/2006/2007) - $680

Please forward payment by August 15 via e-transfer to: [email protected] Please note your player's name and division in the memo line of the e-transfer. If full payment is not received by August 15, a $50 late payment fee will apply. A player will not be considered registered if no payment has been received.

If you need to make alternative payment arrangements or have any questions that are not covered in the FAQ's linked above, please contact your registrar:
OMHA Registrar - Jocelyne Gall - [email protected]
OWHA Registrar - Donna Levy - [email protected]

Canadian Tire JumpStart Program:
Canadian Tire JumpStart is a community-based charitable program that helps kids in financial need participate in organized sports and recreational activities such as hockey.

● Applicants must be 5 to 18 years of age
● Funding up to $300 per child is available
● A maximum of one program per child is allowed per season
● Funding is available for different members of the same family during the same season
● Funding approval is dependent on the financial situation of each child and will be determined by the JumpStart Committee

All requests are required to apply to Jumpstart directly.

Once applicants have been approved, they will be contacted by Jumpstart via email. This email must then be forwarded to the registrar by the applicant/parents -  [email protected].

The registrar must be made aware of all approved amounts for financial records provided to the treasurer regarding registration income. The registrar, treasurer or president cannot apply for funds from JumpStart on behalf of any player.

In some cases, there are other bursary funds available that can be used for additional assistance. Information about these additional funds can be obtained by contacting the registrar. All requests are kept confidential. Only the registrar, treasurer, and president are made aware of any situations/names.

The registrar, treasurer or president CANNOT apply for funds from Jumpstart on behalf of anyone.