REGISTRATION FOR 2021-2022 HOCKEY OPEN, News (Halton Hills Minor Hockey)

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May 16, 2021 | Steve Nelson | 9007 views
New Hockey Canada Registry (HCR 3.0) is launched.

Dear HHMH Families:


Our HHMH AGM has been completed and we are looking forward to the 2021-22 season. Although COVID is still very much a part of our daily lives, we are optimistic that we will not repeat the season we had in the 2020-21 season.


The HHMH Board is conducting business as usual and planning for a semblance of a regular season next year.  Some exciting news to pass along with our registration.  We were given access to the new and improved HCR 3.0 platform for hockey registration in Canada.  It has been a total rework of the Hockey Canada Registry and Registration process.  It is has been vastly updated and the interface is much easier to use.  The hope is you find that the user experience less frustrating. (e.g. no more entering your address many times!) 


HHMH is proud to say that we will be the FIRST Hockey Association in Canada to launch under this pilot project. What this means is that HHMH players will be the first to be registered under the new system. We want to pass on the following:


  1. Although testing is completed on our end, there still may be ‘glitches’ that show up. We are confident it should operate smoothly, however, stuff does happen. Hockey Canada technical support has been very helpful and will continue to do so if there are any issues.
  2. IF, what you feel is an error or glitch during registration, please email [email protected] with your name, phone number, player name and birth year and a description of your issue so we can get it resolved ASAP.
  3. Click this link to access a document which we created to guide you through your registration process with HCR 3.0.


We have provided some key dates below to mark in your calendar for next season. However, it is important to note, that the dates are subject to change based on any Provincial or Regional restrictions.

May 16th– Registration for the 2021-2022 hockey season opens for House-league, IP and Representative Hockey players
May 16th- Tryout cards available for purchase

AUGUST 15th - Ability to buy a Tryout Card online for Rep Tryouts closes.  Prices go up significantly if you need to purchase a tryout card at the door.

September 7th– Pre-tryout development begins
September 24th –House-league start date
September 25th –Initiation Program (IP) start date

2021-2022 Tryout dates:
U12 to U18begin September 17th
U8 to U11begin September 20th

*More information regarding tryouts will be released in early August.


You can find more information, such as fees and explanations, guide for HCR 3.0, and the link for registration with Hockey Canada on our website under Registration Menu > General Information.


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