Registration is now open for the 2019-2020 Season.
All participants must register with USA Hockey before registering for HCYHA programs. Details regarding USA Hockey registration are below.
Learn To Skate sessions begin in November and again in December. Look for separate registrations for these sessions.
During the registration process, you will learn more about the volunteer and fundraising requirements or you can click on the links found in this page.
The cost for participation in the 2019-2020 season is as follows:
|Level||Before September 30||After September 30|
|First Year Skaters - Mite/Mini Mite/8U||$110||$110|
|Mini Mite (6U)||$110||$160|
|Mites and 8U Girls||$175||$225|
|First Year Skaters - Squirts and 10U Girls||$225||$275|
|Squirts and 10U Girls||$350||$400|
|Peewee and 12U Girls||$650||$700|
The USA Hockey playing season runs from Sept 1 through Aug 31 of each year.
Online registration for the 2019-2020 season will be available starting August 2019
Every Participant (or Participant Parents) need to follow these steps:
1. Go to www.usahockey.com and click on the “register online” button.
2. You must be 18 years of age to process a registration.... Check the box that states that YOU are 18 or older.
3. Choose member type Ice Player/Coach or Ice Manager/Volunteer
4. Follow the prompts...fill in all data correctly.
5. Process payment if applicable – Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express (credit or debit card). A Visa gift card will also work.
6. You may print your Confirmation page at this time. It will also be emailed to you immediately after the registration is completed.
Make sure your members know the following:
Each participant registering to play or coach will pay the USA Hockey fee of $40 if age 7 or older. The USA Hockey fee is waived for age 6 and younger. Registration must be completed for all players and coaches.
Participants will also pay any applicable Affiliate fee. Minnesota Hockey's Affiliate fee is $10 and is in addition to the $40 USA Hockey fee. Affiliate fee is processed at the same time when registering with USA Hockey.
If a participant plays and coaches he/she pays only one registration fee. Please Note: Official’s Registration (Referee) is a separate fee from Player/Coach.
The home address should be used for all participants. If a player lives in one state and plays in another, enter the home address and pay any applicable Affiliate fee. The confirmation page/number will be accepted by any USA Hockey program in the country.
Need a computer? Try your local library or school.
A Visa gift card can be used for payment if no credit card is available. An email address is required. You can use a friend’s address if you don’t have one.
Additional confirmation pages can be requested from the online registration site (www.usahockeyregistration.com). Click on the member option to ‘Request Duplicate Registration Confirmation’.
Fundraising is a very important part of Hibbing-Chisholm Youth Hockey Association's annual goals. Fundraised dollars are necessary to keep registration fees affordable for our participating families. Fundraising decisions are made by our Fundraising Committee and approved by our Board of Directors annually.
For the 2019-2020 season, fundraising will be limited to three events:
All families except those new to the association are required to fundraise. For 2019-2020, that means selling 25 raffle tickets and 1 Adult Hockey tournament banquet ticket.
Suggestions are always welcomed. Please contact a committee member or become a committee member yourself.
All HCYHA families are required to actively volunteer and support your child's team(s). All work required for home tournaments, home games, and practices must be performed by volunteers from the child's team. Team Managers will work closely with all families coordinating the filling of required volunteer slots for all events each team participates in. For our U12/Peewee/Bantam teams, this also includes locker room monitoring. Team Managers will have a total number of hours of volunteer work required and then divide that by the number of families. The result will be the total number of hours each family is responsible for.
With the exception of new families and coaches/team managers only, all families are also required to complete 6 hours of DIBS during the 2019-2020 season. DIBS can be fulfilled by working non-team specific events and roles, such as Concession Stand, the RLP Tournament, the Golf Classic, promotional events, and off-season arena work.
For every DIBS hour not worked, each family will be invoiced $20/hour payable immediately following the last volunteer opportunity of the 2019-2020 season. All hours worked will be tracked in the HCYHA DIBS system. It is each family's responsibility to assure accuracy of the numbers reported.