3 on 3
Registration for 2019-2020 Glenlake 3 on 3 Spring season will open February 1, 2020!
** PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING PRIOR TO REGISTERING **
Season runs from April 1 - June 9, 2020
Families will not be able to register using their individual TeamSnap accounts directly but rather are required to use the registration link provided on our website.
For a Step by Step Guide to the new TeamSnap registration form for the Glenlake 3 on 3 spring program, click here.
Registration will be available from February 1, 2020 to March 2020 for all age groups.
COST: $350 Skaters and $50 for Goalies
Cross Ice Format (1/2 ice)
Novice: Players Born in 2011*, 2012, 2013
Atom: Players Born in 2009*, 2010, 2011 (aspiring atom goalies are welcome to register; players can borrow Glenlake equipment)
Pee Wee: Players Born in 2007*, 2008, 2009
Full Ice Format
Bantam: Players born in 2005* 2006, 2007
Midget: Players born in 2003*, 2004, 2005 (2003 born is maximum age to register)
*It is recommended that players born in these years register for the age group they will be playing in for the Fall of 2020. Note: Players who were placed on a Division 1 or Division 2 team in the 2019-2020 season will be required to register as per the 2020 -2021 registration guidelines.
If there are no available spaces for your program, please choose the waitlist option to be registered on the waitlist. This waitlist option will be first registered, first offered if spaces become available and will only be given to those who have registered on this waitlist.
IMPORTANT: Email requests for waitlist placements will not be accepted.
Sub/Spare list registration will open on March 1st.
Payment must be made via visa, mastercard, visa debit or mastercard debit only.
NEW THIS SEASON! From time to time players will withdraw from Glenlake Minor Hockey Club (GL) for a number of reasons. GL recognizes this will happen and as such an administration fee of $25 for any refund that is not accompanied by a medical note will be charged.
A volunteer team manager will be required for each team. The Team Manager is required to show up for the ice times (or find coverage from another team parent) and supervise the players in the locker-room and on the bench. They open the gate and shuffle players (if necessary, along the lines) and ensure the players demonstrate respectful behaviour while they wait their turn. They are also responsible for the team equipment (which is just a first aid kit and some pucks). Volunteers must have or be willing to have their police clearance. Please indicate your availability to assist during the registration process.
No knowledge, coaching, etc. is required.
Note: Team managers will be reimbursed the cost of their child's registration, upon equipment return at the end of the season.
Why do we play cross-ice small area hockey?
The New Jersey Devils Prospects showing how cross-ice small area hockey is played:
Here is a REVISED diagram providing a visual of the cross ice setup:
Here is a copy of the rules (addressed and provided to the officials):
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