AMHA Registration is now open for the 2018-19 season, News (Aylmer Minor Hockey Association)

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May 24, 2018 | Leon Thoonen | 2005 views
AMHA Registration is now open for the 2018-19 season
Spring has arrived and with it comes the time to start planning for the upcoming hockey season! It may seem kinda early to be thinking about hockey, but in order for the AMHA board to reserve appropriate ice time and plan for the upcoming season we need to determine registration numbers as soon as possible. This years deadline to register and submit payment is June 27th, 2018. 

Hockey Canada Registry:  This year we will be using the Hockey Canada Registration (HCR) system which will require you to create a user name and password prior to registering a player. Many of you will already have a username as AMHA used the HCR system several years ago. 

If your child has previously played hockey for an OMHA team they will already be setup in the HCR system and you will be able to search for them using their Name and Birth Date. 

If this is their first year playing hockey and they are Novice age or younger, they will automatically be set up as a new player as you register them, however, if they are Atom age or older you will need to contact Stephen Douglas at [email protected] to have the player setup for the first time in the registry. 

Similar to last year, in order for the registration to be completed you must submit the online registration and make payment in person at one of the posted dates (by June 27, 2018). The link below will take you to the Registration section of the Aylmer Flames website for additional information.

If you have any questions you can contact Leon Thoonen at [email protected]. 
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