MAVERICKS HOCKEY

REGISTRATION


Opens:
Closes:

June 1 to July 31st - regular registration, no late fee applied.

August 1 to August 15th - registrations accepted if space permits, late fee of $150 applied.

 

2018-2019 Season Registration is closed

2019-2020 Season Registration opens on June 1, 2019

Boundaries

Mavericks Communities

Mavericks Hockey provides minor hockey programs for the families residing in the following communities:

Chaparral Ridge, Chaparral Valley, Lake Chaparral, Lake Sundance, Legacy, Midnapore and Walden

New to Mavericks Hockey

New Players to Mavericks must complete the following steps:

  1. New families MUST complete the online Respect In Sport Parent Program prior to registering, click here for course information (be sure to select MIDNAPORE as the association when prompted)

  2. Register online using this link: click here

  3. Send proof of residency and proof of age to admin@maverickshockey.ca
  • Proof of age can be birth certificate or passport
  • Proof of residence includes: utility bill in your name, proof of school enrollment, GST statement or tax assessment, a signed purchase or rental agreement

Players transferring from another association must submit the following to admin@maverickshockey.ca:

  1. Completed Parent Declaration
  2. Acceptable Proof of Age

    • Birth Certificate; or
    • Passport
  3. Acceptable Proof of Residence (POR) - Must provide 2 of the following:

    • Utility bill in your name (Cell Phone bills are not acceptable). Bill must include service address as well as mailing address;
    • Proof of Community school enrollment;
    • Current GST Statement or Income Tax Assessment​
    • ​If moving prior to the start of the season, a signed purchase/rental agreement with possession date
    • ​If moving to a home under construction – a signed builder agreement with possession date.

 

 

***Please note that a Property Tax bill will not be accepted as Proof of Residence***

***Please note that a Drivers License will not be accepted as Proof of Residence***

Additional proof of residency may be required if deemed necessary by Hockey Calgary and/or the Administrator.

Registration fees

Fees for Minor Hockey programs (other than House League) offered by Mavericks are listed below:

Player's Birth Year Program June 1 -

July 31

Aug 1 -Aug 15

(subject to approval)

2013-2014 Timbits (Initiation) $xxx $xxx
2011-2012 Novice $xxx $xxx
2009-2010 Atom $xxx $xxx
2007-2008 Pee Wee $xxx $xxx
2005-2006 Bantam $xxx $xxx
2002-2004 Midget $xxx $xxx

 

HOUSE LEAGUE: Fees for the South Calgary House Hockey League for the 2018/2019 season are $xxx per player.  A late fee of $150 will be charged after July 31st.

Financial Assistance

Families that require financial assistance may apply to one of the programs below.  Those families wishing to inquire about Financial Assistance are asked to contact the administrator at admin@maverickshockey.com with notification of your intention to apply for Financial Assistance.

Hockey Calgary provides funding only through the Flames Even Strength Program (FESP) application.  You will be required to complete your FESP application online. Please use the following link to submit your FESP application: https://www.hockeycalgary.ca/registration/flames-even-strength-program.

FESP funding for 2019-2020 is set at a maximum of $700.00.

 

Here are links to options for financial assistance with Maverick's fees:

Respect In Sport - Parents Edition

Hockey Calgary requires that all NEW players/families complete the Respect in Sport (RIS) Parent program prior to registering. The course costs $12 and is valid for 4 years.  Returning families who completed the RIS in 2015 or prior will be required to recertify their RIS Parent prior to registering for the 2019/20 season.  

**Important note – please make sure to select MIDNAPORE as your association​ (choosing anything other than MIDNAPORE will result in delays in the registration process)​**

To complete the Respect in Sport please use the following link:

https://www.hockeycalgary.ca/registration/respect-campaign-parent-edition

If RIS Parent is current and you have older children playing with the Mavericks, you are not required to complete the RIS again.  You will have to go into the child management area of the RIS site and add the newest child to your account. Here is a link to help in this step:CLICK HERE.

RIS Parent and Coach are both transferable from other sports, ie. Ringette, Lacrosse, Baseball, etc. For your reference, here are instructions for you to port your certification to hockey (RIS from soccer applies to Coach RIS only – parents do not take the course with the Calgary Minor Soccer Association:

 

For Coaches:
To transfer a certificate from another organization to Hockey Alberta's coach program go to https://ha.respectgroupinc.com and choose to register a new user. In the first field at the top of the registration page, enter the existing certificate number and click the “check” box. It will then be validated and you can complete the coach application with the association.

 

For parents:
To transfer a certificate from another organization to Hockey Alberta's parent program go to https://hockeyalbertaparent.respectgroupinc.com and choose to register a new user. In the first field at the top of the registration page enter the existing certificate number and click check. It will then be validated and you can register the player with the association.

If you encounter any problems in your efforts to recertify, please send an email to info@respectgroupinc.com.

Volunteer Bond

Many of our association members are unaware of just how much volunteer work and fundraising is necessary to operate and administer a quality hockey program. The purpose of the Mavericks Volunteer Bond Program is to encourage all Association members to become actively involved in the operation and success of the Association   The more volunteers we have the more success we have for the players, teams and association. Participation in the volunteer bond program is a mandatory component of registration with the association and in no way does it exclude families from volunteering with their player’s team. A minimum of 10 hours of Association Approved volunteer work is required to fulfill each family’s Volunteer Bond obligations per season.  There are many opportunities to volunteer throughout the season. A list of board approved volunteer positions will be posted on the website each season. The value of the Volunteer Bond is set at $300.00 per family per year.

Quadrant Tryouts

If you are a Bantam or Midget aged player who intends to try out for the Calgary Buffaloes, you must register with BOTH Mavericks and the Calgary Buffaloes.

Players registering with Mavericks must register prior to the July 31 deadline using the registration link on the Mavericks Registration page.  When registering using the Mavericks website, simply choose the quadrant tryout option within the Bantam and Midget age group categories. There will be no registration fee required until we have confirmation that the player has been released by the Buffaloes and is returning to play with Mavericks.  At that time, the registration fee must be paid prior to the player’s first evaluation skate with Mavericks.  Contact the registrar at admin@maverickshockey.ca to arrange payment. Should your player be returned to Mavericks for the 2019-20 season and they are not registered with Mavericks, there is no guarantee they will be accepted and a late registration fee of $150 will apply if accepted.

Players wishing to tryout with the Calgary Buffaloes must also register using the Buffaloes registration link found on their website.  If you are unsure about how to register as a Quadrant player, please visit the Calgary Buffaloes website at: http://calgarybuffaloes.ca/ or contact the Calgary Buffaloes Registrar at lori.mcd@outlook.com

House League

What is the ‘South Calgary Hockey House League?’

The South Calgary Hockey House League (SCHHL) began in 2015-2016 and the purpose of the SCHHL is to provide players the opportunity to play organized hockey that is affordable, fun with moderate commitments allowing for participation in other social, academic or recreational activities.

This is NOT a “learn to skate program.  Players would need to have the basic fundamentals of skating including; stopping, gliding, turning, moving backwards and the proper technique for falling down and getting up.

The South Calgary Hockey House League consists of the following Hockey Associations:

  • Blackfoot Hockey Association
  • Bow Valley Hockey Society
  • Lake Bonavista Hockey Association
  • Mavericks Hockey
  • Southwest Hockey Association

What Age Categories will this program be offered to?

For the 2018-2019 season the SCHHL will be offered to players in the following age divisions;

Division Birth Years Age by Dec 31st
Novice 2011 & 2010 7 & 8
Atom 2009 & 2008 9 & 10

 

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

Full equipment is required always; as per Hockey Calgary guidelines. Players must have their own practice jersey and practice socks.

Note: Mouth guards are mandatory as per section 11(a) in the Hockey Calgary Regulations Handbook.

For a complete listing of required equipment including sizing and care visit ---------> https://www.hockeycalgary.ca/resources/equipment-care

Goalie gear for the Novice Age Category teams will be provided. If an Atom team requires goalie gear it will be provided by the league.

 

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