REGISTRATION

2022-2023 Season Registration will open June 15, 2022

Fee Increase August 1, 2022

All Glenlake players who have not registered with the Calgary Royals before but who wish to try-out for the Calgary Royals elite teams (U13AA, U15AAA/AA, U16AA, U17AAA, U18AAA/AA) must contact the Calgary Royals Administrator at admin@calgaryroyals.ca as she needs to request to "share" the player's Hockey Canada Registry profile with the Calgary Royals before the player can register for their try-outs

 

A valid RESPECT IN SPORT - PARENT CERTIFICATION is required for every registrant.  If Respect in Sport (Parent) was taken prior to 2018, re-certification for the 2022-2023 season will be required. Certification from the 2017-2018 season expires May 1, 2022 and will not be valid for the 2022-2023 season.


**PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION RELATED TO THE REGISTRATION PROCESS**

The Glenlake Minor Hockey Club (Glenlake) will be using TeamSnap again this season as our registration platform.  Families are required to use the registration link provided on our website and will not be able to register through your own TeamSnap account.

There are several pieces of required information which are important to the registration process please ensure that you review the following:

Required email address under “Participant Information” should be the email address that will be the main email address for all Glenlake communication. This email is considered your TeamSnap Roster Email and can be different than your TeamSnap Account Email that you use to login to TeamSnap.  Refer to this TeamSnap tipsheet for an explanation.

Hockey Canada Hockey ID number for every participant is required for verification purposes at the beginning of registration.  You will be unable to continue registration unless this verification is successful. This ID number can be obtained several different ways, please refer to this document for tips.

Hockey Canada Division  - is also required. Please select the correct division you are registering your participant for as determined by the year of participant's birth, this will cross reference with the player’s birth year to avoid registering in the incorrect division  Please note that Hockey Canada has moved to a new naming convention for age divisions, they are as follows (with previous naming for guidance):

U7 Timbits – Birth year 2016-2017

U9 – Birth year 2014-2015

U11 – Birth year 2012-2013

U13 – Birth year 2010-2011

U15 – Birth year 2008-2009

U18 – Birth year 2005, 2006, 2007

 

Hockey Canada Position -Applies to only U13 to U18 registrants except U11 designated Goaltenders. Options are Forward, Defence or Goaltender.  U7-U9 and U11 player registrants are to chose player.

Waivers and Acknowledgements - Glenlake and Hockey Calgary waivers, acknowledgement of policies and consent will be required to be read and accepted during the registration process.  Please take the time to review each of these waivers and policies.

Glenlake Refund Policy
Glenlake Code of Conduct
Hockey Canada Privacy Policy
Hockey Calgary Consent to Receive Communication
Hockey Calgary Consent to Post or Publish Player Information
Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation Communication Waiver

 

Medical Forms -  All players must have a completed medical form on file as per Hockey Calgary Rules and Regulations.  Please download and complete the medical form, sign and upload to continue the registration process.  You may download the form during the registration process or click here to download now.

U11 Hybrid Goalie Policy - U11 age division players have the opportunity to participate as both a ‘skater’ and a ‘goaltender’. There will be a question on the registration form that ask if your participant is interested in this new position. Please review the Hockey Calgary U11 Hybrid Goalie Policy for an overview and expectations of the policy prior to registration.

Boundaries

Glenlake Hockey provides Minor Hockey programs for the families residing in the following communities:

 

Altadore, Bankview, Bel-Aire, Beltline, Brittania, CFB-Lincoln Park, Cliff Bungalow, Elbow Park, Elboya, Erlton (west of MacLeod Trail), Garrison Greens, Glamorgan, Glenbrook, Glendale, Glendale Meadows, Killarney/Glengarry, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Mayfair, Meadowlark Park, Mission, Mount Royal Lower/Upper, North Glenmore Park, Parkhill/Stanley Park, Richmond, Rideau Park, Roxboro, Rutland Park, Scarboro, Scarboro/Sunalta West, Shaganappi, South Calgary, Spruce Cliff, Sunalta, Windsor

Registration fees

Community Stream

 

Birth Year

Age Division

July 1 to July 31

Aug 1 to Aug 15

After Aug 15

(If space permits)

2016-2017

U7 Timbits

$800

$800

$900

2014-2015

U9

$1,110

$1,360

$1,360

2012-2013

U11

$1,195

$1,445

$1,445

2010-2011

U13

$1,295

$1,545

$1,545

2008-2009

U15

$1,395

$1,645

$1,645

2005-2007

U18

$1,395

$1,645

$1,645

 

WCHL (House League)

Birth Year Age Division July 1 to Aug 15 After Aug 15
2014-2015 U9 $875 $975
2012-2013 U11 $875 $975

Payment plans

PAYMENT OPTIONS

Glenlake will be offering a payment plan this season, payment by credit card only.

Option 1 – Payment in FULL

  • Register online and make a onetime full payment on your credit card. By selecting this option your child would be fully registered at time of registration.

Option 2 –PAYMENT PLAN

  • You can make up to 4 payments on this plan depending up date of initial registration
  • A deposit of $300 will be made at the time of registration with the remaining amount divided evenly in monthly payments made July 15, August 15, and September 15.

Registration Examples

Registration Payment Examples:

Payment Plan #1: Registering between June 15 and July 31, NO late fee.  Fees will be charged in 4 payments – initial payment of $300, July 15, August 15, and September 15.

Payment Plan #2: Registering between August 1 and August 15– late fee of $250 applied.  Fees will be charged in 3 payments – initial payment of $300, August 15, and September 15.

Registering after closing date of August 15th will only be considered if player numbers permit.

 

From time to time players will withdraw from Glenlake Minor Hockey Club (GL) for a number of reasons. GL recognizes this will happen and have taken the time to formalize this policy.

The Age Group Coordinator and the GL Administrator must be notified in writing or via email, by parent/guardian, of the request to withdraw the registration. Once this occurs the individual(s) withdrawing are not permitted to participate in any GL ice times.

  • Prior to evaluations: Full refund less a $100 administration fee
  • Prior to Team Assignment: Full refund less a $250 administration fee
  • After Team Assignment (prior to January 1): GL reserves the right to review and issue refunds due to medical reasons only. Refunds will be prorated based on a seven month season (September – March) less a $100 administration fee.
  • After January 1 - No refunds provided

Late fees are non-refundable.

New to Glenlake Registration Information

Player has never registered in minor hockey before and lives within the Glenlake boundaries (includes players who have sibling(s) registered with Glenlake).

STEP 1 (PARENT): Mandatory Hockey Alberta Respect in Sport-Parent Course

  • One parent or guardian must take this online course. A separate fee is charged.  A Hockey Canada Hockey ID number will be automatically generated for your child once you have added them to your Respect in Sport account thereby linking your RIS-Parent certification to their Hockey Canada Hockey ID
  • Organization must be Glenlake - do not choose Calgary or another listed association
  • For more detailed information about the program or if you have taken Respect in Sport-Parent for another sport, please review the following:
    • To transfer a certificate from another organization to Hockey Alberta's parent program a person needs to go to https://hockeyalbertaparent.respectgroupinc.com and choose to register a new user. The first field at the top of the registration page is where they will need to enter their existing certificate number and click check. Once it has been validated they will just need to complete the registration and the certificate will be ported and updated to the HCR.

 

STEP 2 (PARENT): Proof of Player Age and Residency

E-mail the Glenlake Administrator with the following information:

  • Subject Line should read: New Hockey Registration- player’s first and last name
  • Parent Declaration Form: Please complete in full and sign the Hockey Calgary Parent Declaration Form
  • Proof of Age: Scanned copy or clear digital photo of the player’s Birth certificate or Passport
  • Proof of Residency: Please provide two CURRENT proofs of residency with your name and address (kindly provide these in a document separate from proof of age). Amounts and account numbers only may be blacked out if that is your preference.
    • Recent Utility Bill (For example; Enmax or Direct Energy) – full invoice please so it reflects both the mailing and service address clearly and the date of the bill
    • Current year's GST statement or Income Tax Assessment
    • Homeowner or Rental Insurance Statement - please make sure it reflects current coverage period, mailing address, insured address and type of property insurance (ie. homeowner's or tenant's)
    • If moving prior to the start of the season, a signed purchase/rental agreement with possession date, or a signed builder agreement with possession date *Note: a utility bill will be required once one is available
    • PLEASE NOTE: a driver’s license, cellular phone bill or property tax bill will NOT be accepted as proof of residence

STEP 3 (ADMINISTRATOR):

    • Review and approve above documents to ensure the requirements of residency, age and Respect in Sport-Parent have been met and approval to register online

Transferring to Glenlake Registration Information

Player has Hockey Canada Hockey ID number and is transferring to Glenlake from another minor hockey association.

STEP 1 (PARENT): Mandatory Hockey Alberta Respect in Sport-Parent Course

  • Ensure Respect in Sport-Parent is valid.  A valid RESPECT IN SPORT - PARENT CERTIFICATION is required for every registrant.  If Respect in Sport (Parent) was taken prior to 2018, re-certification for the 2022-2023 season will be required. Certification from the 2017-2018 season expires May 1, 2022 and will not be valid for the 2022-2023 season.

 

STEP 2 (PARENT): Proof of Player Age and Residency

E-mail the Glenlake Administrator with the following information:

  • Subject Line should read: Transferring to Glenlake – player’s first and last name
  • Parent Declaration Form:  Please complete in full and sign the Hockey Calgary Parent Declaration Form
  • Proof of age: Scanned copy or clear digital photo of the player’s Birth certificate or Passport
  • Proof of Residency: Please provide a minimum of two CURRENT proofs of residency with your name and address (kindly provide these in a document separate from proof of age). Amounts and account numbers only may be blacked out if that is your preference.
    • Recent Utility Bill (For example; Enmax or Direct Energy) – full page please so it reflects both the mailing and service address clearly and the date of the bill
    • Current year's GST statement or Income Tax Assessment
    • Homeowner or Rental Insurance Statement - please make sure it reflects current coverage period, mailing address, insured address and type of property insurance (homeowner's or tenant's)
    • If moving prior to the start of the season, a signed purchase/rental agreement with possession date, or a signed builder agreement with possession date *Note: a utility bill will be required once one is available
    • PLEASE NOTE: a driver’s license, cellular phone bill or property tax bill will NOT be accepted as proof of residence

 

STEP 3 (ADMINISTRATOR):

  • Review and approve above documents to ensure the requirements of residency, age, Respect in Sport-Parent and Parent Declaration have been met
  • Request transfer of player’s Hockey Canada profile from previous association
  • Notify parent that the transfer has been requested and is pending approval
  • Upon receipt of transfer approval and player profile with Glenlake provide parent with approval to register

Respect In Sport - Parent Edition

RESPECT IN SPORT – PARENT PROGRAM

Hockey Alberta has instituted a mandatory RIS Parent program with the goal to educate our membership for all new families to Hockey Calgary.  Recertification for current families is required every 4 years. If Respect in Sport (Parent) was taken prior to 2018, re-certification for the 2022-2023 season will be required. Certification from the 2017-2018 season expires May 1, 2022 and will not be valid for the 2022-2023 season.

https://www.hockeycalgary.ca/registration/respect-campaign-parent-edition

If RIS Parent is current and you have older children and are registering a younger sibling you are not required to complete the RIS again however you will have to add the new player to your RIS family profile.  To do this you will need to go into the child management area of the RIS site and add the newest child to your account.  Here is a link to help in this step: HERE.

RIS Parent and Coach are both transferrable from other sports, ie. Ringette, Lacrosse, Baseball, etc. For your reference, here are instructions for you to port your certification to hockey (RIS from soccer applies to Coach RIS only – parents do not take the course with the Calgary Minor Soccer Association:

For Coaches:
To transfer a certificate from another organization to Hockey Alberta's coach program a person needs to go to https://ha.respectgroupinc.com and choose to register a new user. The first field at the top of the registration page is where they will need to enter their existing certificate number and click the “check” box. Once it has been validated they will just need to complete the registration and the certificate will be ported and updated to the HCR.

For parents:
To transfer a certificate from another organization to Hockey Alberta's parent program a person needs to go to https://hockeyalbertaparent.respectgroupinc.com and choose to register a new user. The first field at the top of the registration page is where they will need to enter their existing certificate number and click check. Once it has been validated they will just need to complete the registration and the certificate will be ported and updated to the HCR.

For details about recertification, please read the following PDF:

If you encounter any problems in your efforts to re-certify, please send an email to info@respectgroupinc.com.

Quadrant Tryouts

If you are a U13, U15 or U18 aged player who intends to try out for the Calgary Royals, you must register with BOTH Glenlake and the Calgary Royals.

Glenlake U13 players will be charged the Glenlake registration fee upon the completion of the Glenlake registration process.  Those U13 aged players who make a Calgary Royals team will have their fees refunded immediately upon team selection to allow for funds to be returned to families prior to when team fees are due with the Calgary Royals.

U15 and U18 players trying out for the Calgary Royals must register with Glenlake, when registering using the Glenlake website, simply choose the elite tryout option within the U15 and U18 age group categories. There will be no registration fee required until we have confirmation that your player has been released by the Royals and is returning to play with Glenlake.  At that time, the FULL (payment plan is not an option) registration fee must be paid prior to the player’s first evaluation skate with Glenlake.

Should your U13/U15/U18 player be returned to Glenlake for the 2022-2023 season, and they have not been registered with Glenlake, they will not be guaranteed a space and should a space be available a late registration fee of $250 will be applied.

If you are unsure about how to register as an elite player, please contact the Glenlake Administrator at admin@glenlakehockey.com or the Calgary Royals Administrator at admin@calgaryroyalsaa.com.

Financial Assistance

Families that require financial assistance may apply to one of the below stated programs.  Those families wishing to inquire about Financial Assistance are asked to contact Glenlake's administrator at admin@glenlakehockey.com with notification of your intention to apply for Financial Assistance.

Hockey Calgary provides funding only through the Flames Even Strength Program (FESP) application.  You will be required to complete your FESP application online and submit it directly to Hockey Calgary.  Please use the following link to submit your FESP application: https://www.hockeycalgary.ca/registration/financial-assistance/flames-evenstrength-program.

FESP funding for 2022-2023 is set at a maximum of $700.00 and will be available for applications starting June 15 and close October 15.

In addition to FESP, here are links to options for financial assistance with Glenlake's fees:

Volunteer Requirements

VOLUNTEER BOND

Glenlake relies on volunteers to run our hockey program. These volunteers include Coaches, Team Managers, Evaluators, Board Members, Bingo/Casino workers and General Volunteers.

The volunteer commitment is determined by the category in which each player plays. Refer to the Volunteer Commitment Policy for the number of commitments required and the volunteer commitment opportunities: https://www.glenlakehockey.com/volunteers/

Families will be provided the OPTION to pre-pay this volunteer commitment during the registration process.