NORTHWEST WARRIORS HOCKEY REGISTRATION GUIDE
The links to registration will be active at 12:01am on June 15, 2022!
Please remember that it is mandatory to purchase a membership with your home community association to play NWW hockey- the list of neighborhoods can be found below.
- Login to the brand new NWW Online Store- NWW ONLINE REGISTRATION
- Select the appropriate store: Northwest Warriors (for community registration) or NWHL for House League.
- Click 'Register Now!'
- Choose option to register an existing participant (new registrants please review steps to create your participant in the NEW PARTICIPANT section below)
- Option to register with HCR number OR to search by name and birth date
- Select applicable registration option
- Fill out questionnaire: this is important information that we need, please read questions carefully!
- Acknowledge waivers. These are mandatory for registration so please read through!
At this point you will have the option to register another participant before checkout. This includes siblings AND Coach registration.
If you are interested in coaching this year, registration is through the same system as your children. Please look yourself up using your Name and Date of Birth and register using the "Coach Registration" package!
More information on coaching can be found here: https://www.nwwarriorshockey.com/coaches/
When you have completed family registration you can check out. At this point you will be able to choose your payment option and payment schedule. After approving the terms and conditions you will be registered! You will have the option to print your receipt- an electronic copy will be sent to your email.
GENERAL INFORMATION- Registration opens June 15, 2022!
Please remember to use a parent's email address for each child's registration. This is the address that will be used to send important information to: Receipts, Evaluation Schedules, Changes, Updates and so on. If you use a child's email address, you will miss out!
TIMBITS U7 (2016/2017):
The Timbits U7 Hockey program is for players age 5 and 6 years old. Our program starts with evaluations in mid-September and runs until the end of February with the culmination of the Georgie Bamber Memorial Tournament of Champions. Teams are determined through 3 evaluation sessions in September; players are then placed in the Junior or Senior division and placed on balanced teams. Each team will have one ice time on Tuesday nights and once on Saturday. Ice sessions will focus on skill acquisition and learning to play, with a focus on fun! Full hockey equipment is required to participate. Game jerseys will be distributed once teams have been confirmed.
U9 is a league in which players, coaches, parents, and officials development and education are at the forefront with a main goal of increasing player's skills and love for the game of hockey. The season will begin with evaluations in early September with teams being set by early October. Further evaluation information can be found on our website. U9 hockey is run in a half-ice format and includes Hockey Calgary league play and tournaments!
All players in the U11 Division will begin evaluations in September following 4 optional preparatory skates as part of the U11 Pathway. Game play will be assessed to place the player on a team with those with similar ability. Further evaluation information and list of required hockey equipment can be found on our website. Teams will be set by the beginning of October and will be the start of full ice hockey for participants.
***U11 is the initiation of the goalie pathway- there is an option to register as a full time or "Hybrid" goalie for U11. U11 Hybrid Goalie Policy
U13 (2010/2011), U15 (2008/2009) to U18 (2005/2006/2007):
Evaluations for this age group will begin in September and teams will be finalized by early October. Players that wish to participate in the Elite Stream must also register with their appropriate quadrant: NWCAA or CNHA- boundaries and more information can be found at the bottom of this page.
Players aged U11 and higher can indicate their preference to play goal and will be evaluated as such (full goalie gear is required). We will make every effort to accommodate all goaltenders, though we cannot guarantee your child will play this position within our Association. The number of teams established in the division will determine the number of goalies required.
**HYBRID GOALIE POSITION - Hybrid Goalie Policy - U11 participants may request to participate as a Hybrid Goaltender (part time in net and out). For further information contact the Goalie Coordinator(s) (see evaluations tab)
REGISTRATION FEES BY DIVISION ***Updated for 2022-2023 Season***
|Division||Year of Birth||
(July 1-Aug 15)
|U21 Junior C||2001-2004||$TBD|
The Facility User Fee ($20) will be added to all fees above at the time of checkout in our online system.
100% before evaluations
75% before player placement
50% after placement prior to the season beginning (Before Oct 22)
No refunds after October 22 unless in the case of a medical situation
Players and goalies evaluated and released due to insufficient space in our program will not be assessed any fees.
$30 non-refundable administration fee will be assessed on all registrations, regardless of cancellation date
New this season – all families who completed their RIS course prior to 2017 will now be required to recertify it.
Click here to re-certify by selection the "Click here to re-certify" button!
COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS
***NEW FOR 2022-2023***
Please note that your Community memberships must be purchased separately from your hockey registration this year. Please click the link for your appropriate community membership. The list of communities is below.
This is a requirement to participate in Community Hockey with the Northwest Warriors. Failure to pay for your community association fee will not be tolerated and could result in your player being asked to leave the ice.
If you already have an active community membership through another activity, you do not have to purchase another Community Membership fee. If you are unsure, reach out to your community using your community link.
List of Communities
- Brentwood & Edgemont Families – require a Brentwood Membership
- Brentwood: Community membership http://brentwoodcommunity.com/programs/hockey/
- Scenic Acres Families – require a Scenic Acres Membership
- Scenic Acres: Community Membership http://scenicacresca.ca/about-saca/membership/
- Silver Springs Families – require a Silver Springs Membership
- Silver Springs: Community Membership https://silverspringscommunity.ca/membership/
- Banff Trail, Charleswood, Collingwood, Triwood, University of Calgary Residence and University Heights families – require a Triwood Membership
- Triwood: Community membership https://triwood.powerupsports.com
- Varsity Families (Including the University District) – require a Varsity Membership
- Varsity: Community Membership https://www.amilia.com/store/en/vcacalgary/shop
- Briar Hill, Capitol Hill, Hillhurst, Hounsfield Heights, Parkdale, St. Andrews Heights, Sunnyside and West Hillhurst Families – require a West Hillhurst Membership
- Community Membership - https://ca.apm.activecommunities.com/whca/Membership
- Brentwood & Edgemont Families – require a Brentwood Membership
If you already have an existing community membership for another activity, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with proof of purchase.
Respect In Sport Course
In order to create your child's participant profile with Hockey Canada- all families must complete the Respect in Sport-Parent course.
Please click on the "New to the Program" tab and complete the registration.
Under the Child Management Tab: enter your child's name, DOB, gender and address. To complete choose your association: please Select the Northwest Warriors as your home Association - it is in the "N" section!!!! Do not choose Calgary or another association at this time.
When the course is completed, the system will auto-generate a participant number for your child. The next step is to proceed to our new Registration Online store to complete registration!
When registering your New Participant- select Register an existing participant and search for them using their name and date of birth or their Hockey Canada ID number. As you have just completed the RIS-Parent course, they have been created and are in the system. Do not select Register a new participant as it will create a duplicate in the system!
Follow Up with Administration
To complete registration of a new participant, please forward ID with a date of birth (birth certificate/passport phot) as well as proof of residence (lease/property ownership) to email@example.com so that we can verify their age and that they belong with the Northwest Warriors!
Moving into our area?!?!
If you have recently moved into the Northwest Warriors' zoned area, and were previously registered for hockey with another association, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a transfer.
**NOTE** You will not be able to complete registration until the transfer is approved by your former association, Hockey Calgary, and where applicable, your Provincial Minor Hockey body.
To complete a transfer you will need the following completed and sent to our administrator:
And two examples of proof of residency: lease/ownership agreement, and a gas or electric bill.
If you have any questions, please contact our administrator
Please note that most financial assistance programs require applications and sometimes support material. If you have any questions or would like support putting your application together please contact our administrator email@example.com
Financial assistance is available from the Flames Even Strength Program (FESP). Information on the program can be found on the Hockey Calgary website: click here
And on their website: Flames EvenStrength Program
They are accepting applications for the FESP from July 1- October 15, 2021.
If you have questions about the program or application process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is a $1 million fund that has been created to provide help to Canadians experiencing financial challenges as a result of COVID-19. The Assist Fund will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants who are registered with a Hockey Canada-sanctioned association, helping young Canadians get back on the ice in their communities.
Deadline to apply for the Assist Fund is Sunday, August 1, 2021
Up to $300 per participant, per activity. Supporting youth becoming active in sports!
If you need support getting suited up for the new season, Flames Community Sports Bank (former Comrie's Sports Bank) can help you get started! You can find more information here: Flames Sports Bank