|Peewee MALE FEMALE||$650|
|Bantam MALE FEMALE||$700|
|Midget MALE FEMALE||$725|
Minor Hockey's goal for early registration is to allow families several months to pay fees by using one of payment plan options. For those who do not wish to make a payment now, please continue to the registration page and you can choose the option to pay later. The other reason is to have our registration numbers in early enough to allow us to make the best decisions possible.
Moose Jaw Minor Hockey’s Registration fee is determined based on components that include but not exclusive to: ice time, equipment, referees, SHA fees, general operations etc. These things will make up each players registration fee, payable to MJMHA. Each team will set team fees based on activities outside of what is provided by MJMHA. This may include extra practice ice times, tournaments, pictures, clothing etc. The teams generally hold a parents’ meeting once the team is formed and set up their plans and finances for the season. Some teams do some fund raising to offset additional costs, but this is left up to the individual teams. Players on Male/Female Tier Teams will have additional costs to cover: additional practice times, and the expenses of playing on a traveling team
On line Registration Registration Opens May 1st, 2017
Registration Deadlines - Deadline for Early Registration is July 31, 2016. After July 31 fees will increase by $50.00 per player.
Fee Payments - all fees must be paid in full by October 1, 2016
Sponsorship - Families who have applied for sponsorship must inform the office during registration that the application has been made
Consistent with MJ Minor Hockey’s goal of providing a positive experience for players and promoting respect in hockey. It is our goal to encourage parents to be the best hockey parent they can. The program focuses on children's safety, personal, psychological and physical development and the role parents play. It also highlights the importance of establishing positive relationships with referees, coaches, players, opponents and other parents. MJMHA player registrations will require completion of this on-line course by one parent or guardian for the player(s) under their care
For New members: Instructions for taking the Respect in Sport Parent Program click here
If you are applying for funding, please make your applications as soon as possible, it is our preference that this is in place at the time of registration