Registration will open for the 2022/23 season on June 15th, 2022. Registration ends August 29th, 2022.
Registration Information for the 2022/23 Season
Registration will open on June 15th at 9:00 am.
Please read all the information below before registering your child. Note that you need your child's Hockey Canada ID # to register. These links will become active on June 15th.
Crowfoot Hockey Registration (community stream)
House League Registration
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have or if you are having any difficulty with your registration.
Registration is done online and payment is by credit card only.
The Crowfoot Hockey Boundary: Players must reside in Arbour Lake, Citadel, Dalhousie, Hamptons, Hawkwood, Ranchlands, Royal Oak and Rocky Ridge as of September 1, 2022.
If you need more information as to which Associations you belong to, visit the Hockey Calgary website, Boundary Maps - Hockey Calgary.
Player division is by year of birth. This applies city-wide with no exceptions.
Our 22/23 Fees are not as yet available.
We encourage our families to register early to help with our season start planning. Fees will increase on August 1st for U9 to U18 community players. Our NW House League is capped, so limited spots are available.
|Division||Birth Years||2022 Fee|
June 15 to July 31
Aug 1 to 29
|U18||2005, 2006, 2007||tbd||tbd|
|House League||U9, U11, U13||tbd||tbd|
Registration is done ONLINE using TeamSnap (New this season.) TeamSnap accepts Visa or MasterCard only. We will set up an installment plan option with the final payment to be made September 15th.
U11 Hybrid Goalies: For goalies in U11, Hockey Calgary is continuing with the Hybrid Goalie position. This allows players to play as both a goalie and a player on a single team. This gives players who are not sure about being a goalie full time to try the position and continue developing as a player. If you register as a Hybrid Goalie for this upcoming season, you are required to attend two (2) goalie technical sessions and all player technical sessions. After the goalie and player technical sessions are completed, your child will be placed into a group for gameplay evaluations based on their scores. For gameplay, each hybrid goalie will play in a minimum of one (1) game. After this initial game, the evaluation board will determine if any further goalie gameplay evaluations are required or if the remaining games will be strictly player evaluations. This may lead to some hybrid goalies receiving one (1) extra gameplay evaluation if scores are close and additional scores are required for team placement once evaluations are completed. Final team placement will be based on guidelines provided by Hockey Calgary.
House League is an optional League and is separate from the Minor Hockey (Community) Leagues in Calgary. See the information under ‘Hockey Program’ to see if this is a better choice for your child. Note that both streams of hockey are suitable for the beginner.
U13 AA, U15, U16 and U18 AA or AAA Tryouts for an elite hockey team (Quadrant Hockey)
- Crowfoot players (except those living in the Hamptons) are to register directly with NWCAA to tryout for one of the above teams. Information is on their website, Northwest Calgary Athletics – Northwest Calgary Athletics (nwcaa.ca)
- Crowfoot players who live in the Hamptons are to register directly with the Calgary Northstars Hockey Association (CNHA) to tryout out for one of the above teams.
- These players are also to register with Crowfoot Hockey, and are to choose ‘Quadrant Hockey Tryout’. Payment will not be processed at the time of registration.
- You must notify the Administrator email@example.com if you are returning to Crowfoot or not. The registration fee will be processed in full on October 15th if the player stays with Crowfoot Hockey.
Families that require financial assistance may apply with the Flames Even Strength Program (FESP). Players must first be registered before they can apply. The fee processed will be refunded once you are approved for this funding. The link to apply will be provided when you register your child.
If you are approved with FESP and require equipment, you may request assistance through the Calgary Flames Sports Bank. Contact the Administrator if you require more information.
U9 to U18:
100% fees refunded less a $30 Administration Fee, before evaluations begin.
25% fees refunded less a $30 Administration Fee, before evaluation #4 information is posted. No refunds issued after the posting of evaluation #4.
U7- Timbits Program:
A $30.00 Administration Fee will be assessed on all registrations up to September 18th.
75% fees refunded (minus $30 Admin Fee) before October 1st.
50% fees refunded (minus $30 Admin Fee) before November 1st.
Players and Goalies evaluated and released due to insufficient space in our program will not be assessed any fees.
Players who cannot continue to play due to a medical condition, their refund amount will be assessed on an individual basis. Email firstname.lastname@example.org providing details.
Families that are NEW to Hockey must first take the Respect In Sport Parent Program.
Respect in Sport for Parents provides information on a parent's natural influence over their child and the role they play in their child's enjoyment of a sport or activity. The program also provides parents with tools to evaluate their own behaviour.
You are required to take the online course before you register online! It is a mandatory requirement for Hockey Calgary and without taking the course you will not be able to complete your online registration.
Click Here to take the Respect in Sport Course. There is a $12.00 fee which the parent must pay. Note that you will receive a Hockey Canada ID# (starts with 2021....) and you will need this ID# to register your child.
I took the course, why is it not linked to my children?
You will need to log back into your Respect In Sport account and update your "Child Management" under your profile and update your profile to link your children.
I took the course with another sport, is that RIS number valid?
Yes if you took the RIS Parent Program through another sport like baseball, then you can transfer that information to your account. To transfer a certificate from another organization to Hockey Alberta's parent program you will need to go to the Parent Respect in Sport Link. and follow the instructions.
Help Desk – Respect In Sport
If you require additional technical assistance with program operation or computer glitches please call the 24/7 Help Desk.
Website: Respect in Sport Support
More information for NEW to Hockey families can be found under ‘Resources’, ‘Parent Information’.
Players who need to transfer to Crowfoot Hockey:
Please contact the Administrator, email@example.com to begin this process.
Any questions, email
Crowfoot Hockey Administrator