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Registration Information 


Registration is now Open!!!!!

Those from the previous Onoway Boundary are not considered an Out of Boundary player. Please email registration@spmha.net to ensure your player is transferred to SPMHA so you can register. 

You will require a valid (not expired) Respect in Sport Parent Certification attached to your player's profile and a Hockey Canada Registry number for each player you register. All registration information can be found below. Questions? registration@spmha.net.

For the third consecutive year, we've pledged to keep registration fees unchanged. This commitment is sustained through the active participation of our teams in various fundraising endeavors. From the Annual Raffle to the Skalicky Dust Up, and the U7 and U13 tournaments, each event plays a vital role in supporting our mission. Additionally, our upcoming golf tournament promises to further strengthen our efforts in maintaining affordable fees for all participants.



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Important Dates 

The Early Bird Registration deadline for returning players (those who previously played with SPMHA) is June 30th.  A non-refundable LATE FEE of $150 will be applied to all returning SPMHA players who register after June 30th. 

Registration Closes on August 15th or when the respective Division is full. Those registering late will be automatically waitlisted. 

Registration for Out of Boundary players will not be accepted until August 1st and only if there is still room available in the applicable age division. This will ensure that the SPMHA members (within boundary) have had appropriate opportunity to register to play with their home association.​​​​​​​

An Out of Boundary player is an athlete who has a home association in the area and wishes to play with Stony Plain rather than their existing association. 

Those from the previous Onoway Boundary are not considered an Out of Boundary player. Please email registration@spmha.net to ensure your player is transferred to SPMHA so you can register. 

Fee Payment

All fees are due August 15th. Payments can be made in full at the time of registration, or in installments. 

If using the online payment system, fees are due as scheduled by the online system, at the time of registration and on the 15th of each subsequent month until August 15th. 

If paying by Electronic Money Transfer, payment can be made in any denomination on any day provided all fees are paid by August 15th. 

Interac e-Transfers: Please select the "pay offline" option and include your player's FULL NAME and DIVISION when sending payments to registration@spmha.net

Release Due To Division Size

If any Player or Goalie needs to be released due to division sizes, a decision on player release will be made by the SPMHA executive based on several criteria including but not limited to the:

a) Payment of outstanding fees
b) Attendance in the player evaluation process
c) Date of registration

The team formation date will be shared with these divisions in advance. The Division Director will communicate with families who haven’t returned from tryouts in other associations to understand their status and discuss the risks of not being back at SPMHA before team formation. SPMHA will attempt to have a home for every player returning, but that may not always be possible.


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2024/2025 REGISTRATION FEES

Note: Fees have not been increased again this year. 
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DIVISIONBIRTH YEARFEES (BEFORE JUNE 30TH)FEES (AFTER JUNE 30TH)
U72018, 2019, 2020$500$650
U92016, 2017$731$881
U112014, 2015$814$964
U132012, 2013$876$1026
U152010, 2011$927$1077
U182007, 2008, 2009$1020$1170



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RETURNING PLAYERS

To register, you will require your player's Hockey Canada Registration Number (HCR #) and a valid email address.

Find your HCR# in your Respect In Sport (RIS) Account

  1. Go to the Respect In Sport - Parents website
  2. Click to select your language preference.
  3. Enter your login credentials (username and password) and click Login.
  4. Click on Profile.
  5. Click on Child Management.
  6. Once in Child  Management,  you will see HCR#s for your players.

    LINK/VIEW QUALIFICATIONS
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NEW TO HOCKEY

If you are new to hockey, the following requirements must be met. Please upload all documents to your HCR Spordle account and email registration@spmha.net before registering. 

BIRTH CERTIFICATE: A Birth Certificate or Passport is required to verify age.

PROOF OF RESIDENCY: A document with your name and residential address within our boundary zone (e.g., driver's license, utility bill, school registration)

Completion of the Respect in Sport parent course with your player added to your RIS account and linked to your Hockey Canada account. 

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MOVING TO STONY PLAIN

If you have recently moved within the boundary of the Stony Plain Minor Hockey Association you must email the registration coordinator and complete the Hockey Alberta Parent/Guardian Declaration Form before registering. 

You will be required to upload two documents to the Declaration Form to prove residency in the Stony Plain Minor Hockey Association boundaries. Examples of residency documents can be a utility bill, driver’s license, rental agreement, school registration, etc.

PARENT/GUARDIAN DECLARATION FORM

BOUNDARY MAP

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RESPECT IN SPORT

In an ongoing effort to foster a safe and enjoyable environment for our athletes, Hockey Alberta has implemented a Respect in Sport Program where one parent/guardian is required to complete the Respect in Sport (Parent) program before registering a player. This certification is valid for 4 seasons and has a May 1st expiry.

The online course will take approximately 1 hour to complete and has both audio and visual features. There is a small fee to complete the course for each family, however, multiple children can be attached to the profile.

You can access the program and details associated with the certification process by clicking HERE.

Please Note:

Your player will NOT be considered registered or permitted on the ice (including evaluations) until this is complete and has been recorded on the player's HCR file.
Respect in Sport Parent and Respect in Sport Activity Leader is NOT interchangeable.

REFUNDS

Our refund policy has undergone revisions. Please take a moment to review the updates below.

15.10 Refund of Fees
Refunds for players withdrawing from the program will be paid, upon written application to their
Division Director, as determined by the Executive Board of Directors as follows:
a) Players suspended or expelled for disciplinary reasons shall be ineligible for a refund of fees;
b) For withdrawals/refunds requested prior to evaluations, the online registration transaction fee, if applicable, will be charged;
c) For withdrawals/refunds requested after evaluations have started, an administration fee of $150 will be charged prior to issuing the refund;
d) Zero refund will be given for withdrawals/refunds requested after the final evaluation skate has been completed, with exceptions at the discretion of the Executive Board of Directors (for example injury or illness, relocation, etc.);
e) Late payment penalties are non-refundable;
f) The fundraiser deposit will be refunded at the time of withdrawal if the family has not yet received their raffle tickets.


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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Jump Start is committed to ensuring kids in need have equal access to sports and physical activity – an equal chance to be their best.


Kidsport believes that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be allowed to experience the positive benefits of organized sports.
KidSport provides support to children to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sports.


Sport Central is dedicated to making resources available to assist needy kids in sport across Edmonton, central and northern Alberta.
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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.
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