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Covid and vaccine protocols

Please see the information about Covid protocols for the various arenas that are above this information.  Please do the City of Thunder Bay online Covid screening prior to arriving to speed the process

As of Sept 22/21, all adults over 18 must be completely vaccinated to enter any arenas. Children under 12, and any players in minor hockey(ages 4-17) do not need to be vaccinated. Other spectators age 12-17  will also need to be vaccinated.

As of Nov 27, all persons born in 2009 or before are required to be vaccinated to enter the arenas. This includes players

Registration update Sept 25

Our registration spots for U9,U11 and U13 are now full
We still have a few spots remaining in U7

If you played for a different association last year, and you want to transfer, please contact the association registrar with the name and DOB to initiate the transfer. It may take a few days to complete

U11A and U13A South side draft. For players not selected for AA, and for those choosing A hockey, a draft of the players in KC, Elks, Neebing, Norwest and Westfort will occur, Coaching staffs will select players to try and make teams of equal skill, and full rosters. This helps to keep additional team costs down per player as well as creating a competitive division of play.  Players should be prepared to play in any of the five south side organizations.  All rinks in the Thunder Bay area will be used for practices and games, regardless of the team drafted to

U7 and U9 players will register with the association of their choice and remain there for the season. In order to run programs more efficiently, some associations may choose to maximize available ice and fill roster spots by working together . Please check the website for more information on start times later in Sept

2021-2022 fees.
Registration will close on Sun, Sept 19
U7 (born 2015, 2016, 2017) $400
U9 (born 2013, 2014) $400-closed
U11 (born 2011,2012) $400- closed
U13 (born 2009, 2010) $400- closed
AA U11 and U13 add $50

Registration is not considered complete until all fees are paid
Please etransfer to once registration is completed. 
Additional fees may be collected by the team for practice ice, clothing, tournament fees, etc

Rowans Law, concussion awareness is an Ontario Government Act requiring sports organizations to have a Concussion Code of Conduct. Families are asked to review the online resources prior to registration, so that you can acknowledge it during the registration process

Respect in Sport for Parents program is a one-hour online program required for at least one parent of all players U9 and up. It empowers parents with tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for all participants. If you have already done the course with an older child, you can access your profile and add your younger child. It has a fee of $12 plus HST and can be completed at

The new Hockey Canada Registry site is 
or see link below

This is a new platform, so if you have difficulty please email and I'll try to assist where I can

You will be asked to create a new profile for this site