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CCJHA Registration

2022-2023 SEASON REGISTRATION

Registration for the 2022-23 regular season is now open.

Season Start Dates

House hockey for 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U, and 19U girls age groups begins on September 24. Developing Mites (6U) starts on October 15. See the ice schedule for more information.

2022-23 Registration Rates 

Rates for the 2022-23 season  are listed  below.

House Hockey Birth Years Cost
6U 2016 to 2018 $200
8U 2014 to 2015 $360
10U 2012 to 2013 $475
12U 2010 to 2011 $525
14U 2008 to 2009 $600
Girls (19U) 2003 to TBD $500
 
Travel Hockey Birth Years Cost
10U AA 2012 to 2013 $640
12U AA 2010 to 2011 $700
14U AA 2008 to 2009 $795

HOW TO REGISTER

Register with USA Hockey

A USA Hockey registration for the 2022-2023 is required before you can complete the 2022-2023 CCJHA Regular Season Registration. Register with USA Hockey at:

Complete the CCJHA Registration

Complete the registration for the CCJHA 2022-2023 season.

You will be required to submit payment when registering. Payment can be made through our secure site by: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account. You will have the option to pay the total amount immediately or split the amount into four payments. The first payment will be due today with the following payments occurring on October 1, 2022, November 1, 2022, and December 1, 2022.


Birth Certificate

If you have never played with CCJHA, a copy of the players birth certificate will be required to be kept on file.  All past/prior players should have them on file.

CCJHA Scholarship Information

Scholarships toward registration costs are available for families experiencing financial hardship.

Need Help?

For help with this registration form, please contact:

Amy Blake

Webmaster


Mobile phones are not allowed in the locker rooms

Mobile phones, tablets, action cameras, or anything else that can take pictures or video are strictly prohibited from all locker rooms. Leave them in your cars or give them to your parents. DO NOT BRING THEM IN THE LOCKER ROOM! Penalties for breaking this rule include game suspensions.