Hello PHA House League Volunteers, Players & Families!
Registration for the 2023/2024 Has OFFICIALLY CLOSED!
We hope that you all have a wonderful 2023/2024 Season.
Registration for the 2024/2025 season will open at the end of June.
2023/2024 Registration Information
2023-24 PHA REGISTRATION FEES
U5-U7 $555.00 + 100.00 Late Fee
U8-U13 $655.00 + 100.00 Late Fee
U14-U18 $700.00 + 100.00 Late FeeA Late Fee of $100 will apply past Aug 1st Deadline (if space is still available)
All players are required to register using Spordle, if you registered last year, your information will still be in Spordle. If this is your first year you will have to create an account. IF PROMPTED FOR DOCUMENTS YOU MUST UPLOAD THEM - This is for all new &
Please note before you can complete registration Respect In Sport Parent must be completed. Please see below for more information
Fees can be paid in full at the time of registration or you can choose the split payment option. When choosing the split payment options initial payments are due upon registration and the final payment is due August 31st, 2023. Anyone that is in bad standing after August 31st will not be able to start the season until the account is in good standing.
HOUSE LEAGUE CONTACTS
For any questions please feel free to reach out to any members of the executive.
Important Information for New and Returning Players
Financial Assistance is open and available to qualified families
Financial Assistance (Peterborough Hockey Association)
IMPORTANT If you are applying for Financial Assistance you must provide the PHA Treasurer with Proof of Application, Player Name, Contact information, and Age Division to: [email protected]
CREDIT CARD – Credit card payment is the only available option.
We do have this year the option to make two payments if you choose to. Dates for the payment will be $300 at the time of registering and the balance of the payment is due and will come out automatically on August 31, 2023.
PHA PLAYER REFUND POLICY: Registration Fees are directly related to all operating expenses budgeted for an entire PHA Season. There will be no refunds given. Should hockey be cancelled or postponed during the upcoming season the Executive will review fixed expenses and determine what if any portion of registration could be returned. This won't happen until after the season has been considered cancelled or finished. No request will be necessary in this event, we will post the proposed refund amounts, reasoning and any associated links on the website. You must be in good standing to qualify, which means your registrations are paid in full. We will only review extenuating circumstances which could be applied for. These circumstances are subject to review and the decision to be made by the PHA Executive
Players New to Hockey
RESPECT IN SPORT PARENT PROGRAM - All players must have a parent / guardian who has completed the Respect in Sport Parent Program in order to participate in any PHA activities.
For Parents that have never completed the course; Follow this link to take the Course, https://omhahockeyparent.respectgroupinc.com/
There is an additional fee that is required to take the course. Course takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Once Respect In Sport Parent/Guardian is complete you will get your unique HCR #. You will now be able to add your player to your profile and to the PHA. Log back into Spordle and now you will be able to Register for the PHA.
For Parents that have previously taken the course for another child; you are not required to retake the course but you must add your new player to your profile. To do this login to your account, click on your Profile. Then click on Child Management and then Add participant and once you have linked your Player click on submit.
All Players who have never previously registered in another hockey association are not permitted to register until the Respect in Sport Parent has been completed and linked to a player profile.
BIRTH CERTIFICATES AND PARENT ID FOR FIRST TIME PLAYERS
All players newly registering for hockey MUST provide a copy of the player’s birth certificate in Spordle in PDF format. A copy of both parents government issued photo ID for address confirmation MUST also be uploaded to Spordle in PDF format.
Players New to the PHA
Any player that is registering with PHA for the first time and has previously participated in a different minor hockey association in the past MUST complete a player transfer PRIOR to registering with PHA. If you have any questions regarding the transfer process, please contact the Registrar at [email protected]
Player moving into PHA from another OMHA Minor Member: Any player that is registering with PHA for the first time and has most recently participated in another OMHA centre MUST complete a player transfer PRIOR to registering with PHA. The new player will complete the PLAYER TRANSFER FORM FOR RESIDENTIAL MOVES form and send back the completed form along with the required documents listed to the Registrar at [email protected]. The Registrar will initiate the transfer on HCR. Once the transfer is approved on HCR, the Registrar will contact the new player letting them know that the transfer has been approved. The new player will then be able to register with PHA.
Player moving into PHA from another OHF Minor Member (GTHL/Alliance/NOHA): Any player moving into your PHA from any association not affiliated with OMHA will now be instructed to contact the outgoing Minor Member’s Office. For example if a player is moving from Mississauga (GTHL) to Peterborough (OMHA) they should be contacting the GTHL Office. The Minor Member’s office will then send them the New OHF Residential Move form. They will be instructed to send back the completed form along with the required documents listed. If approved the Minor Member will sign the form and email a copy of the signed form to the OMHA Office. The OMHA Office will initiate the transfer on HCR and update the address. Once the transfer is approved on HCR you will receive the automatic email letting you the transfer has been approved. You will now have access to this player and the family can then register. If denied, the Parent will be given instructions on how to appeal this decision. There is nothing you will need to do.