WMHA registration is open for 2021-2022 season, News (Windsor Minor Hockey Association)

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Jun 15, 2021 | admin | 1731 views
WMHA registration is open for 2021-2022 season
WMHA Families, 

We are happy to announce that registration for 2021-2022 season is open. This year WMHA as well as other hockey associations will use a new system developed for HOCKEY CANADA - HCR 3.0

In order to register you have to go through several steps and sign up for a new system.

Step 1 – Sign up for an account online by clicking the button below.  Try to avoid using work emails as your login in-case you need to recover your password later. 

 


Step 2 
- Watch video below to get familiar with new system (you can skip this step if you want to) 

 


Step 3
 – Add Players and volunteers from your household. When adding a child please selected “other” as the relationship. This is currently being corrected. 

Step 4– Register Player for 2021-22 Hockey Season

Step 5 – Payment plan by credit card is the only option as this time. Mastercard/visa debit are considered the same as E-Transfers.



Preferred payment methods are as follows:

  • Credit card (Mastercard, Visa, Mastercard Debit, Visa Debit)

  • You can choose – pay in full, or payment plan

  • Payment plans – payment starts in June 

If you are looking for financial assistance please check the following link:

 
 
When registering, please register for the division your child fits below:

Division Birth year Ages Previous
U5 2017 4 Mites
U6/U7 2015-2016 5-6 Initiation
U8 2014 7 Minor Novice
U9 2013 8 Major Novice
U10/U11 2011-2012 9-10 Atom
U12/U13 2009-2010 11-12 Peewee
U14/U15 2007-2008 13-14 Bantam
U16-U19 2003-2006 15-18 Midget

If you have any questions please contact Judy Wylie 
[email protected]


Sponsors
Club 240
Founded by the late Jimmy Hogan, inductee into the Windsor-Essex County Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. Club 240 had its beginnings in 1960, when Jimmy’s kids started playing outdoor hockey at Memorial Park. At that time the only league operating indoors was Midget; the outdoor season was limited to only 7 or 8 games, as the city didn’t allow teams to go beyond the league into the Ontario Minor Hockey Association playdowns (OMHA).