REGISTRATION FOR 2023-2024 IS NOW OPEN!
Update as of August 28, 2023:
U7 – Open for registration
U9 – Limited Spots For New/Returning Players
U11 – At Capacity
U13 – At Capacity
All HADP and REP cuts have spots held and will be able to register please contact our registrar at [email protected] to receive the Rep return registration link.
If a member wants to transfer to our organization, they need to contact the registrar of the organization they wish to move to. If your interested in transferring to KC North please contact our registrar at [email protected]
In order to be eligible for a transfer you must
- Not have registered for your second year of U9 at any club or,
- you have moved out of your clubs boundaries and into ours.
- Must be in good standing and owe no money.
Returning Player Registrations
Online Registration via the Team Snap Link
Returning players can easily register online.
It is recommended that you use either the Firefox browser or the Chrome browser. If you use the same Team Snap account that you used last year for registration, everything should populate automatically. If not, you will need your Hockey Canada ID from your HCR 3.0 Spordle Account. Visit the log in page.
For further assistance, please email the KC North Registrar : [email protected]
First Time Player Registrations
Brand new to hockey?
We would love to have you join our KC North family. In order to play hockey in Canada, each player needs to have a Hockey Canada ID. In order to get that, we need to prove residency and age. This is why we ask all families for:
- 1 piece of identification for each player (e.g. birth certificate, ABHC card, passport)
- 1 piece of mail for address verification (utility bill). Confidential details can be blacked out, we just need to see proof of address.
If you are ready to sign you child up for hockey, head to the link below. You will also need to complete the Respect in Sport (RIS) Course. The RIS Program is an online certification program designed to ensure that hockey is fun and safe for all of our participants. You will also need to create a profile and add your child. Upon completion of the program, you will be given a certificate with a number and expiry date. This information is required for registration. The program itself takes about an hour to complete and it costs $12. You only have to do this every 4 years.
Recreational Hockey League
Hockey Edmonton would like to announce the new EFHL Recreational Hockey League! This league will function under the EFHL banner; include U9 (Novice), U11 (Atom), U13 (Peewee), U15 (Bantam), U18 (Midget) and U21 (Junior) age categories; and have teams representing our Districts, Operating Areas, and Interlock MHAs.
This new league is ideal for those looking for a lower cost, lower commitment, non-body checking alternative to mainstream hockey.