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Submitted By Stephanie Fingland on Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Online Registration is Now Open!!

Registration for 2021– 2022 Season

Please take the time to read the following information carefully before proceeding to the Online Registration. 
The link to the actual Registration page is at the bottom of this page. 

Everyone must register online. 
Hockey Canada has launched a new e-registration system which means any previously used login / password you may have used in the old system will no longer work. 

ALL REGISTRANTS IN THIS SYSTEM WILL HAVE TO CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT by following the online instructions.
This new system will also sync your e-Hockey (coach) accounts as well as your player registration accounts.

Note: It is not necessary to know your child’s division; the system will default to the correct division once you enter your child’s date of birth.
Please choose registration option indicating your child' year of birth.
 We recommend that new players be somewhat comfortable on skates, able to navigate themselves across the ice with minimal assistance and to get up on their own when they fall down.
Our experience has shown that when a first-time player feels they have a chance to move with the play then they are more likely to enjoy the experience. Every house league division is on the ice twice a week. 


Important Information for New Players Only

Initial setup by the DDMHA office is required for all players registering for the first time (have not registered with a hockey association before).
You must send an email to [email protected]  with the following information about the child(ren) you wish to register.

1.    First and last name
2.    Date of birth
3.    Physical address including postal code
4.    Parent's Names
5.    Email address
6.    Home / Cell Telephone Number
7.    Copy of birth certificate and proof of residency (i.e. copy of driver's license or utility bill) scan and attach to emai.

Once all of the above has been submitted, a profile will be created for your child(ren).  A return email will be sent informing you that you can now register online.   In addition, The Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) mandates that at least one parent must complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program as "a condition of participation" for their child or children registered with DDMHA.  In other words, if at least one parent does not complete the course your son/s and/or daughter/s will be ineligible to play in all hockey programs - House League, Rep, MD, Select and Rostered Select until such time this one-hour online education course has been successfully completed.  You do not have to repeat this course if you have completed it for another player or for another sports association. Further information on this program and how to register and complete can be found by reading the “Respect in Sport Parent”. This must be completed by September 1st.
Link to site to register for Respect in Sport Parent Program:https://omhahockeyparent.respectgroupinc.com/secure

Your registration will not be confirmed until all of the above is completed.
 Rowan’s Law (Mandatory)Rowan’s Law is now attached to the online registration. All Parents will need to check off the box to acknowledge that you have read the The OHF Concussion Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources applicable to your child’s age group in order to register. This is mandated by the Government of Ontario and very important for the safety of our Players.
 Registration fee must be paid in full prior to first skate on ice.
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