Registration Information

DMHA has moved to online Registration


Please read the outlines prior to clicking the online registration tab.


**Due to COVID-19 we have removed the early bird fee.

We are only collecting a small registration fee to hold spots on teams.

Final fees are due by October 1st or prior to skating on the ice.

Prices are set as per an October 1st start date but may be modified due to COVID-19.

Volunteer Obligations may change due to COVID-19 as we do not know if our kitchen will be able to open.**


Registration is due by July 15th, 2020 along with a deposit fee to hold a spot on the team.

Final registration fees are due Oct 1st, 2020.


Registration Fees include:

-Insurance & Registration with AAHA

-Ice Rentals (practice and home game ice)

-1 pair of hockey socks

-1 Memory Mate (Team & individual photo)


Registration fee by age division:

Learn to Play        $168

U7                       $229

U9                       $416

U11                     $480

U13                     $529

U15                     $617

U18                     $676


Kitchen fees are $225 / player, and the AGM meeting fee are $50 / family.

If you are not working your kitchen hours you can date your check for Oct 1st, 2020. If you are working your hours it will be post dated for the end of March.

AGM Meeting cheques are also post dated for the end of March. 

If fees have not been submitted your child will not be permitted on the ice.


*These above fees do not include AG Passes. AG Passes are to be paid to the Delburne Ag Society. 

$40 for an individual or $80 for a family pass.

Each family is required to contribute a bottle of wine or booze for the AG Society Fundraiser


 **It is mandatory for one parent/guardian from each family to attend the Annual General Meeting. Your $50 AGM cheque will be cashed if a parent is not present.


Players must be linked to a Respect in Sport profile prior to being able to register with Hockey Canada. 

This can be done by creating a profile on the Respect In Sport web page and completing the online course.

If you have completed the Respect and Sport course and it is still active but you have a new player to hockey, you must add the new player to your Respect In Sport profile.

Follow the link for the Respect in Sport Parent log in page.


Medical forms must be completed and given to the team manager and or coach. You can print a copy and bring it at the beginning of the season. Medical Form


Please refer to the Parent Handbook under the Information tab - Policies and By-Laws,  for additional information and frequently asked questions. 


Coaches please click the link Coaching Requirements to see what courses are required for different age divisions. 

Follow this link for available Coach Clinic Information for required course dates.

Follow the link for the Respect in Sport Activity Leaders log in page.


Click on the links below to read our Code of Conducts. 

Parent Code of Conduct

Coach Code of Conduct

Player Code of Conduct




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