Frequently Asked Questions
I forgot my password. How do I find it?
Click on the “Forgot your password” link located on the Registration page of the Hockey Canada site. You will be asked to enter the email address you use to log in. The password will be emailed to you.
How will I know if my child has been accepted to play this year?
You will receive an emailed thanks for registering message and an invoice showing payment has been received and outstanding balances if any.
When do I need to register my child for the next hockey season to avoid a late payment fee?
You can register your child online by Sept 9, 2023 for the 2023/24 hockey season to avoid the late payment fee. Registering by that date helps us to plan the correct number of teams for each division.
How much does it cost?
Every family (not every player) has a $100 lottery fundraising fee. Fees per player are by age category:
U7 (IP) - $565
U8 (Minor Novice) - $660
U9 (Novice) - $660
U11 (Atom), U13 (Peewee) - $810
U15 (Bantam), U17 (Midget) - $860
Fees payable at a later date: Rep and AE tryout fees is TBD for the 2023 season. When players are selected for AE and Rep teams, they incur an additional fee of $250.
Late registration: After Sept 9, 2023, a late registration fee will be applied for returning players (an additional $100).
Can I pay with cheques?
No- Registration fees are to be paid using E-TRANSFER
Can I pay with cash?
No - for security and tracking, we do not accept registration payment by cash.
Can I pay in installments?
Please pay in full at time of registration if possible to help reduce administrative cost. We understand that registering multiple players can present a sudden financial burden so we do provide an installment payment plan to help. Please use this option if it helps more players to participate. For installment payment, 50% of the fees are due upon initial registration and 2 payments can be made after this. All payments by September 9, 2023.
When will I be contacted as to what team my child is on?
Teams are determined by tryouts for Rep/AE and by evaluation for local league. Rep/AE tryouts will begin early September. Local League evaluations will begin last week of September. Please check the website regularly come September to see when evaluations have been scheduled.
When does the hockey season start?
Oro Rep and AE teams begin games in late September/ early October. Local league teams, except U8 (Minor Novice), begin games in October. U8 (Minor Novice) teams begin games in December. Keep an eye on the orominorhockey.ca for schedules and firm dates.
Can I specify a certain coach or team that I want my child to play for?
No. Our policy is to ensure that players are playing at the appropriate level and that our teams are balanced. Limiting players to selected coaches restricts this objective. We encourage all participants to benefit from the knowledge of all coaches and coaching styles. Please see the Policies, Procedures and Code of Conduct if you have concerns about any team officials.
Can I request that my child play with his friend for car-pooling purposes?
Yes. You may make that request and we'll do our best to honour it. Please note that the request will not always be honoured. Our policy is to ensure that players are playing at the appropriate level and that our teams are balanced. Grouping players sometimes restricts this objective. Please email any requests to [email protected]
What documentation do I need if I want to coach?
Please refer to the coach application section on orominorhockey.ca.
How will I find out my child's schedule?
Schedules will be posted on our web site, orominorhockey.ca.
What time are games played at?
Games will be scheduled on weekday evenings, typically starting after 6pm and during the day and evening on holidays and weekends. Younger players generally play at earlier times and older players generally play at later times. Games may be at home or in other Georgian Bay League centres.
What time are practices held?
Every team usually has at least one practice per week. IP practices are usually scheduled on weekend mornings. Oro Minor Hockey has practice ice on weekday mornings beginning at 7am, on weekday afternoons and evenings beginning at 4pm and at times throughout the weekend beginning at 7am and running through the evening.
All rep and local league players are expected to attend all practices which are an important part of the Oro Minor Hockey program.
I am moving to a new home. What address do I put on the form if we have not moved yet?
Please use the address that will be current on October 1, 2023 when registering. Please email your new address to email@example.com, if a player's address changes after registration. It is the member’s responsibility to notify Oro Minor Hockey in the event of a move or change in address or contact information.
For any other questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.