New Registration for 2020-2021 season, News (Niagara Falls Minor Hockey)

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New Registration for 2020-2021 season
Submitted By Erin Tsilibanis on Tuesday, September 15, 2020
The new registration links are now up and running!  

To give everyone the opportunity to select their correct Tier players who registered previously will need to re-register.

Please click below to register:

TIER 1 & 2 (2019-20 Travel players)

TIER 3 (IP & 2019-20 House League players)

Details on scheduling and teams will be posted as soon as they are available.  

 Registration Fees and format for 2020-2021 Season:

  • U7 Registration – IP

    • $480 per player

    • Paid in 2 installments ($240 due upon registration and $240 due on November 15th 2020)

    • 2 hours a week

    • 25 players per session

    • Instructional/skills development

       

  • U8 – U18 Registration – Tier 1, 2 & 3 

    • Tier 1 & 2 (Travel players from last season) - $960 per player

      • Paid in 2 installments ($480 due upon registration and $480 due on November 15th 2020)

      • Teams will be based on last seasons rosters: Tier 1 – AAA & AA, Tier 2 – A & AE

      • Modified game play within in a local loop

      • Play will consist of 3-on-3 or 4-on-4 as outlined in the OHF Return to Play

      • Rosters will consist of 9 players and 1 goalie.  Players are only allowed to play on one team and there will be no affiliation

      • NDHL format – home & away games based on OMHA regulations pending age group rules

      • Average 2 practices per week

      • Fees include 3-4 hrs x 22 weeks of ice slots. 

         

    • Tier 3 (House league/Local league players from last season) - $630 per player

      • Paid in 2 installments ($315 due upon registration and $315 due on November 15th 2020)

      • To be played in Niagara Falls only. (House League as opposed to Local League)

      • Players will be placed on age division teams with teams assigned to bubbles of up to 5 teams if required 

      • Play will consist of 3-on-3 or 4-on-4 as outlined in the OHF Return to Play

      • Rosters will consist of 9 players and 1 goalie.  Players are only allowed to play on one team and there will be no affiliation

      • Average 1 game, 1 practice per week

      • Fees include 1.5 – 2 hrs x 22 weeks of ice slots. 

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