Registration


HOCKEY REGISTRATION FOR THE 2022/23 season is now open!

 

2022/23 TeamSnap Registration Link

The 2022/23 GVMHA registration is completed online using TeamSnap.

Payment can be processed via credit card at checkout or by e-transfer at checkout.

Installment option is available for both methods of payment with 1/3 due at registration, 1/3 on or before August 15th and the remaining 1/3 due on or before September 15th.  

 

NEW PLAYERS

New Players will need to complete the following steps so an HCR ID can be generated prior to registration taking place:

Please send all documents to administrator@gvmha.com 

Director of Player Development and Registrations Dwight Lee will get back to you with the HCR ID needed to complete registration on TeamSnap.

 

REGISTRATION FAQ'S

The form below contains helpful information answering some of the most frequently asked questions involved with registration

REGISTRATION FAQ'S

 

2022 RECREATION PROGRAM GUIDELINES

 

EQUIPMENT 

The following link can be used as a guide to outfitting a player with the required equipment for hockey.

Hockey Canada Equipment Tutorial Video

 

MOVING TO VERNON from another Association

If moving in from another Association please complete this form MOVE WITH PARENT FORM and email it to administrator@gvmha.com with subsequent proof of residency in GVMHA boundaries. Documents should include a Purchase, Rental or Tenancy Agreement, Utility bill showing parents name and new address, driver's license showing parent name and new address and/or Canada Post change of address.

 

FEMALE PLAYERS

GVMHA plans to host the following female teams in 2022/23:

U9 Female

U11 Female Recreation

U13 Female Recreation

U15 Female A (OMAHA Okanagan-North Program hosted by GVMHA)

 

TRYOUT PLAYERS FROM ADJACENT ASSOCIATION

Players wanting to tryout for Rep hockey in Vernon from an adjacent Association, must pre-register with their home Association and submit with the Permission to Tryout Form (for U15 and U18 teams) and the Residential Waiver - Carded Teams form (for U13) to GVMHA before August 15th. Tryout fee of $175 must be e-transferred to accountantgvmha@shaw.ca 

 

RECREATION PLAYERS FROM ADJACENT ASSOCIATIONS

Residential Waiver - Recreation Teams

If coming to Vernon to play on a recreation team from an Adjacent Association. Home Association must declare No Team in Category.

Please note - if you are playing in Vernon on a "Residential Waiver" you MUST register with your home Association prior to being able to apply for a "Residential Waiver" transfer for each season.  Your Hockey Canada profile automatically returns to your home Association database at the end of every season.

 

JUNIOR PLAYERS/BCEHL/OMAHA ZONE PROGRAM

For GVMHA members who wish to try-out for Junior Hockey, BC Hockey Regional Programs or OMAHA Zone Teams and intend to play in Vernon should you not make one of those teams; we recommend pre-registering with GVMHA and sending an email to administrator@gvmha.com expressing your intention to tryout at a higher level. Fee's will not be due and payable unless you return to play in Vernon, but you will have a spot secured.

 

Forms 

Please use the Move with Parent Form if you are moving into our Association, or the Residential Waiver-Carded or Residential Waiver - Recreation  if coming to Vernon because of No Team in Category in your home Association

MOVE WITH PARENT FORM

RESIDENTIAL WAIVER - CARDED TEAMS

Permission to Tryout Form

RESIDENTIAL WAIVER - RECREATION TEAMS

 

Financial Assistance 

Grindstone Award Foundation - Assistance with Female Hockey Registration

The Grindstone Award Foundation enables young female players the opportunity to participate and improve their skill development in the sport of hockey. We provide financial support to young female hockey players who have the desire to play but are unable to for financial reasons.

https://grindstoneaward.com/

Kidsport Program

The KidSport Program provides grants to help cover the costs of registration fees to that all kids aged 18 and under in Vernon can play a season of sport.

Canadian Tire Jumpstart Program

Founded in 2005, Jumpstart helps kids overcome financial and accessibility barriers to sport and recreation in an effort to provide inclusive play for kids of all abilities.

Athletics 4 Kids

A4K's mission is to ensure all BC kids can participate in organized sports by supporting families in need with financial assistance.

Team Rogers Community Draft

The Team Rogers Community Draft is helping kids get more from the games they love, when and where it is safe to do so. We’re making it possible by giving them exclusive access to pro athlete mentorship, virtual experiences, and by making contributions towards program fees.

 

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