House League Information (Central York Girls Hockey Association)

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HOUSE LEAGUE INFORMATION 2022-2023


REGISTRATION OPENING AFTER MAY 1st.

Registration fees include
:  Team jersey and socks, all ice time, player insurance, participation in Panther Pride House League Tournament (November), individual and team picture, season end banquet.

Equipment required to participate:  Click here

 

Programs

Division

Age

Birth Years

before Sept 1st
after Sept 1st

U7 – Cubs

4, 5 and 6

2016, 2017 and 2018

 $400 $450

U9

7 and 8

2014 and 2015

 $675  $725

U11

8 and 10

2012 and 2013

 $675  $725 

U13

11 and 12

2010 and 2011

 $675  $725 

U15

13 and 14

2008 and 2009

 $675  $725 

U18

15, 16, 17

2005, 2006 and 2007

 $525  $575

 

Panther Cubs (U7) ages 4,5,6

A program for our youngest hockey players designed to teach the basic fundamentals of hockey.  No skating experience necessary, however some very basic skating ability is helpful.  Follows Hockey Canada Pathways https://www.owha.on.ca/content/u7-program .  Two ice times most weeks – one Saturday and one Sunday from mid September – end of March, some exclusions apply.
Ice locations: Aurora and/or Newmarket

 

House League Program (U9 – U18)

For players aged 7 to 17. Teams are coached by volunteer parents, and the weekly schedule consists of one game and one practice on Saturdays and Sundays, with the exception of the U18 division.

***NEW*** U18 will play one game per week (Sunday evening) and practice once per month
.

Game and practice locations are usually Aurora and/or Newmarket.

The season begins mid-September and finishes at the end of March.  There will be no hockey on Thanksgiving weekend, Christmas Break, and the first weekend of March Break.

Players do not need to have previous hockey experience, but skating experience is an asset.  Divisions are balanced to ensure that each team has a mix of players of every level of skill and experience.

U9 Hockey – Half Ice Program

Hockey Canada stipulates that all players under 9 years of age play their games on a modified ice surface no larger than half the size of a typical hockey rink. Teams will start the season with half-ice games and move to full-ice games part way through the season.

The change is designed to promote player skill development by increasing the amount of time each player touches, passes, and shoots the puck. For a full explanation of the Hockey Canada policy, visit https://www.owha.on.ca/content/u9-program.

 

Friend Requests

We do our best to accommodate friend requests, which are important for social as well as practical (i.e. carpooling) reasons. However, in order to balance teams within each division, we can honour only one mutual (reciprocal) friend request per player.  A Friend request form must be signed by both families and submitted to [email protected] prior to September 1st.


FRIEND_REQUEST_FORM

House League Goalie Policy

There shall be no dedicated goalies in the U9 and U11 divisions. Teams will rotate players weekly so that each player plays goalie at least once per season.

U13 and above may have a dedicated goalie. All efforts will be made to identify these players and spread them out amongst all teams equally. If at any time a player wishes to try goalie they must be given that opportunity.

Every house league team is provided with a full set of goalie equipment, and we encourage all players to play at least one game in goal.


DS Program

House league players looking to take part in additional games and tournaments played at a more competitive level can try out in November for our DS Program, an extra-fee program offered in most divisions. Click here for further information.

 

Refund Policy

Refund Schedule

House League

Withdrawal before Opening Weekend

 

Full refund less $50

Withdrawal before and including October 31

Full refund less $100

Withdrawal after October 31

 

Subject to Executive Review

 

To request a refund, please submit a Refund Request Form to the office.   Refund_Request.pdf

 

Managing the Cost of Hockey

Families who would like to apply for grants to defray the cost of hockey can see their options here.



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