Register in 3 easy steps:
Step 1 - Register
Complete registrations for the 2022 / 2023 season via the Hockey Canada Link: Dresden Minor Hockey Registration
1st Time Players:
You will need to create an account in the Hockey Canada Site: Sign Up
Follow the steps on the site to create a profile, then add a new player(s) to the cart to link them to the account and complete registration process
First time registrants will need to email a copy of participants birth certificate to [email protected]
Transfers from other Organizations:
Players who registered with another organization in the previous year will need to contact DMHA via the following email, [email protected], and request that a transfer occur in the registration system. Approval will be required from the DMHA Executive.
Step 2 - Make Payment Arrangements
DMHA accepts registration payment using convenient E-transfer or cheque method.
For your conveniences DMHA has 2 available payments plans.
- Lump Sum Payment - Full Payment by August 16th by E-transfer or cheque
- Payment Plan - Equal Payments on June 14th, July 19th and August 16th (3 Post dated cheques or E-transfers on by due date)
e-transfers can be made to [email protected] (use Hockey as the password). Please ensure you provide the Hockey Canada ID# in the etransfer notes to allow for reconciliation
*****Please note registration must be paid in full before stepping on the ice*******
please make cheques are payable to 'Dresden Minor Hockey' and mailed to:
Registration c/o Dan Coffin
PO Box 582
Cheques will be cashed on the day that they are written for. Cheques are subject to an NSF CHARGE OF $45.
Step 3 - Complete Required Training
RESPECT IN SPORT COURSE FOR PARENTS IS MANDATORY and must be completed by September 1st or your child will be placed on a waiting list. Click here to complete this course. (This course only needs to be completed once per family, however, new participants need to be added by you on your Respect for Sport profile.)
For additional details on how to complete the course please reference the following guide document: Respect In Sports