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Player FAQ's

  • My daughter has never played hockey before and we live in the Tri-Cities area.  What is the process for new registrations?
    • If you are brand new to hockey and live in the Tri-Cities (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore), we ask that you come to one of our pre-registration days (TBD each year, see our home page for details) where questions can be answered and your daughter can be pre-registered with our association.  On this day you will need 3 documents:
      • a PHOTOCOPY of your daughters birth certificat
      • a PHOTOCOPY of proof of residence within the Tri-Cities (hydro bill, Teresan bill, property taxes)
      • a completed registration form, which can be found under our Registration link, and then Player Forms

Once these documents are received and reviewed, a Hockey Canada ID# will be assigned to your daughter of which you will be notified.  At that time you can complete online registration and payment with our association

 

  • My daughter plays boys hockey but wants to transfer to female and we live in the Tri-Cities, what is the process?
    • To transfer from boys to girls hockey, a player movement form (found under our Registration link, and then player forms) must be filled out and signed off and approved by your current association. The player movement form would then need to be forwarded to our Registrar for processing with Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association (PCAHA).  Once reviewed and approved by PCAHA you will be notified by our Registrar to proceed with online registration

 

  • My daughter wants to try out for a Rep (A) team, what do I need to do and when are try outs?
    • To be included in Rep try outs, please indicate and pay ($100) during the registration process or contact our registrar if you have already registered
    • Rep try outs start the last week of August each year

 

 

  • Can my daughter player in a younger division if she hasn't played hockey before?
    • Typically we keep players in their assigned division and do our best to ensure like skilled players are playing with each other

 

  • Can my daughter play in an older division?
    • Typically we keep players in their assigned division, however, we occasionally, at the younger divisions will ask some families to move up to ensure we have appropriate numbers to create teams

 

  • Can my daughter be placed on the same team as her friend?
    • If your daughter is Atom age and above, teams tiered based on skill level, therefore we cannot take friend requests
    • If you daughter is Tyke or Novice age, all players practice together therefore will spend the majority of hockey with friends.  The larger groups will break into smaller team for games, at which time we will balance each small team based on skill

 

  • When does the season start and who will be in touch with me?
    • Our team selection starts the last week of August for Rep teams and after Labour Day for all other teams.  A division coordinator will be in touch with you prior to those dates with information

 

  • What days and times will my daughter practice and at which arena?
    • Our schedule for the upcoming season will be released in late Summer, for an idea of when your daughters team may practice/play games, please visit our website and click on Ice Schedule (half way down the Home page)

 

  • How many practices and games per week can I expect?
    • Typically you can expect 1 development session on alternating weeks, 1 practice and 1 game per week (2 games per week PeeWee and above).  Rep teams may have additional practices

 

  • My daughter is new to hockey and cannot skate, is that OK?
    • We welcome players at all skill levels, if your daughter does not skate or has not played hockey, we will have a place for her.  We would recommend skating lessons or public skating in preparation for the hockey season

 

  • My daughter is only 5, does she need to wear all the hockey gear or just some?
    • All our players 5-20 years old need to wear full gear, that includes:
      • helmet
      • neck guard
      • shoulder pads
      • elbow pads
      • gloves
      • hockey pants
      • jill (female jock)
      • shin pads
      • hockey skates
      • hockey socks and jersey

 

  • Where can I buy hockey gear?
    • http://www.kidsportcanada.ca/british-columbia/tri-cities-port-moody-port-coquitlam-coquitlam/KidsSport have a sale a few times per year, where you can purchase great used gear: http://www.kidsportcanada.ca/british-columbia/tri-cities-port-moody-port-coquitlam-coquitlam/
    • For new gear, any local sporting good store will carry all the items you need

 

  • What is your cancellation policy?