General Information (Erie North Shore Minor Hockey)

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General Information 2019/2020 Season:

  • All registrations for ENS will be conducted online. (Links at bottom of page).
  • ENS accepts players on a first come first served basis. Any registrations received after July 31, will automatically be put on a waiting list. 
  • The early bird discount of $100.00 will apply to all registrations with full payment received before June 30. After June 30, all registrations will be subject to the full registration fee. 
  • All registration fees include a $50.00 non-refundable amount.
Preferred Centre
  • Each player will be asked to pick “Preferred Centre“ during registration process. Every effort will be made to accommodate players in their preferred centre, however there are no guarantees and board reserves the right to:
  1. Assign players to either Harrow or Kingsville as registration numbers require. (Date of registration will be the main factor for changes to your preferred centre selection, so the early you register the better).   
  2. Assign teams that play equally out of both centres (50% Harrow, 50% Kingsville).
  • NEW – For the upcoming 2019/2020 season: Initiation Program (4-6 year old) - ENS will be consolidating the Initiation programs from Harrow and Kingsville centers together for all kids 4 to 6 years of age. This means thatplayers from both centres will be joined together by age group and skill to form equally mixed and balanced teams. Ice will be utilized once in Kingsville and once in Harrow per week to accommodate practices. This will allow players to play in their home centre once per week and travel to the neighboring centre once per week. There will be 2 skill evaluation skates at the beginning of the year to facilitate the proper placement of all players in the IP programs. Our intent is to give each age group their own separate ice to allow better focused skill development with similar skilled players grouped together, however registration numbers will ultimately dictate the overall outline for ice times allotted to the IP program.
  • Any player requesting a AAA Permission to Skate (PTS), must be registered with ENSMHA first.
  • The tryout fee of $50 will be paid online only, prior to taking the ice for the first tryout.
  • The fees for 2019-2020 season are as follows:

                Division              Early Bird   After June 30

Tyke (4-6) $475.00 $575.00

                Novice (7-8) $600.00  $700.00 

                Atom (9-10) $620.00  $720.00

                PeeWee (11-12) $620.00  $720.00

                Bantam (13-14) $630.00  $730.00 

                Midget (15-18) $630.00  $730.00


Refund Policy:

  • Individuals who have been selected for a travel team and choose to withdraw from playing will be entitled to a 50% refund of base registration and 50% of travel fees, if the withdrawal occurs up to October 31. After November 1, there will be no refund for travel fees. There will also be no refund of team fees.
  • Local league players who withdraw up to Oct 15 will be entitled to a full refund of the base registration. Local league players who withdraw from Oct 16 to Oct 31 will receive a 50% refund.  There will be no refund for withdrawals that occur on or after November 1. 
  • All refunds must be approved by the registrar.
  • All registration fees include a $50.00 non-refundable amount.
  • Refunds may take up to four (4) weeks to process.

Respect In Sport:  

  • This is a Hockey Canada and Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) requirement.

  • Effective August 31, 2014, the ‘Respect in Hockey’ initiative will require all Team Officials, On-ice Volunteers, On-Ice Officials and Parents to take the appropriate ‘Respect’ education. 

  • At least one parent or guardian of each player registered in minor hockey in the OMHA will be required to complete the Respect in Sport - Parent Program as a condition of participation. The one-hour online course is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game.

  • This course is mandatory in order for your child to be eligible to play. Failure to complete this course will restrict your child’s on ice participation.

  • For more information and to complete the course, please visit:

Registration Instructions:

Registration is a two-step process.

Step #1 – Register your child using the Hockey Canada online registration system (HCR). Full instructions are below.

Step #2 – Pay your child’s base registration fee using You will have options to pay by credit card, interac e-transfer, bank payment or e-cheque. Full instructions are below.

Step 1

To register your child for the 2019-2020 season, click the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) link below and follow the instructions:


  • All first-time families are required to create a new account before you can log on.  In the welcome box above the log-in request follow the link “click to create a new account”.
  • If you have previously registered your child with ENSMHA using HCR, you will have the email and password required for login.
  • Please confirm all contact information and email addresses in your online registration as this will be important for association communication lists.
  • On completion of your registration you will receive a confirmation receipt by email. On this receipt there is a 13-digit number (beside your child’s name) that is needed for the online payment process. Please take note of this number.
  • Once you complete Step 1 you must proceed to Step 2.



Step 2

The ENSMHA has continued to partner with as our on-line payment provider for the 2019-2020 season. It’s fast, it’s easy, and you can make payments for free! Click here to log into your existing PlayPay account, or click here to create a new account. Then follow the steps below to make a payment:

1.Select Erie North Shore Minor Hockey to your personal organization list.

  • In your PlayPay account, click ‘my organizations’.
  • Enter Erie in Organization and click ‘Search’.
  • Select the association from the returned list and click ‘Next’.
  • For Account Information enter the player’s Hockey Canada #. Then enter first and last name for Participant’s Name, and select the activities that apply to the player. These activities can be changed or updated at any time.
  • Click the ‘Add Organization’ button and the association will be added to your personal organization list for that player.

2. You’re now ready to make payments!

  • In your PlayPay account, click ‘my payments’ and then click ‘make a payment’.
  • Select the association from the dropdown, click ‘Next’, and enter the payment amount. You’ll see a summary of Amount Owed which can be paid in full, or spread over a few separate payments.
  • Choose from one of four ways to pay. There is a 2.5% convenience fee to pay by credit card. There is no cost to make payments by e-cheque (i.e., direct debit), bank payment or interac e-Transfer.
  • You'll be notified by email when your payment is processed.
  • Repeat the above steps for each player you need to make payments for.

Parents who are using Pathway to Potential (Town of Kingsville/Town of Essex)  for their child's hockey registration, please register online as normal, set up a account to pay their portion and drop the form off in the box at Kingsville arena or scan and email it to the registrar.


Thank you for using the Hockey Canada registration and to help streamline our registration and payment processing!


If you require assistance or encounter any online registration or payment issues, please contact the registrar.



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