REGISTRATION FOR 2020-2021 HOCKEY SEASON
The North York Knights Hockey Association (NYKHA) is ready for the 2020-2021 hockey season and we look forward to offering a full slate of Learn to Play, House League and Select programs once we receive the go-ahead from Hockey Canada and the Ontario Hockey Federation.
Registration and Fees for 2020-2021
Acknowledging the unprecedented challenges for many families as a result of the economic shutdown and reflecting the uncertainty about the start of the 2020-2021 hockey season, the NYKHA Executive will be implementing a registration process with two instalment payments for this year. There will be no Early Bird discount this year because of the instalment payments and the unusual circumstances surrounding the registration process. The following table outlines the registration fees for the NYKHA for the 2020-2021 hockey season.
|Division||Full Fee||Instalment #1
Due: July 2nd
Due: August 4th
|Learn to Play: York Mills & Pleasantview||$325||$162.50||$162.50|
|Learn to Play : St Mike’s Arena||$425||$212.50||$212.50|
|Extended Learn to Play (ages 8 – 14)||$325||$162.50||$162.50|
|U6 (formerly Tyke) – U15 (formerly Bantam) House League||$500||$250||$250|
|U16 – U18 (formerly Minor Midget – Midget Sr.) House League||$325||$162.50||$162.50|
Registration will open on June 1st at 5:00pm and will use the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) for enrolment. The registration page for House League and Learn to Play on the Knights website will be fully updated and ready to accept registrants by 5:00pm on June 1st. If your child is a returning player, you will be able to enter the site using the email and password that was used in the previous year. (There is a system for retrieving your password if you have forgotten it. The Knights do not have a record of the password.) If your child is a new player, you will need to create a profile using your email address and a password. Please go to the Registration tab to complete the registration of your child.
We look forward to a return to a new “normal” over the coming months and we are sure that playing hockey in the 2020-2021 season will be an integral component of that much-anticipated return.