2023/2024 Season Registration and Parent information
If you’re a new player to MDMHA the following must be completed before your player steps on the ice.
1 – The ParentsRespect In Sport On-Linecourse through the OMHA.A one-time fee is not covered by MDMHA
The course can be found at www.omha.net - Respect Tab - Education - Respect in sport - Parent program
2 – All new registrations must upload a copy of the playersbirth certificatein spordle
3- Residential proof will also be required to be uploaded into the HCR when you sign up for MDMHA for the first time. Without this, your registration will not be complete. Residential proof is a copy of a parents drivers license that matches the address in spordle.
These are OMHA requirements and must be completed.
If you are having challenges completing registration or have additional questions, please email[email protected]. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for a response.
Our mailing address for payment is:
Millbrook District Minor Hockey
PO Box 331
E-TRANSFER is[email protected]
Players will be unregistered until all outstanding amounts have been paid in full. In addition, all ice privileges will be suspended until arrangements are made to replace outstanding fees.
For Skill and Hockey School information please refer to that tab on our home screen of our website.
Jerseys must be purchased by players for all representative teams at all levels and for all local league players u11 and up. Please contact imprinted apparel to order your jersey.
Jersey numbers are not guaranteed. If there is a conflict in jersey numbers, the jersey number is awarded to the major year player or the player with the most years seniority with MDMHA.
All jersey and equipment questions and order procedures please refer to that tab on our home screen of our website.
All parents and players must complete theRowan Law Resource Review and Acknowledgement.
Any Financial assistance questions or concerns please contact our Treasurer [email protected]
Millbrook minor hockey will provide players until Oct 1st to request a refund, such refund to be prorated based upon available ice time to the point of cancellation and a $50 administrative fee shall apply to any and all refund requests on top of any direct costs incurred by the association on behalf of the player. Any requests received after Oct 1st must prove extenuatingcircumstances (such as but not limited too a major injury or surgery requirement)and be approved by the board and will also be subject to proration as above should the board approve the withdrawal from play as well as the $50 administrative fee.