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Registration for the 2011-12 Season

posted Jun 13, 2011, 7:36 PM by Vice President

Just a reminder to everyone that hockey registration for the upcoming season is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, June 10th & 11th , as noted below.  The Riverview hockey program for Novice and Initiation 2A levels will have representatives working at the Whitemud West Novice registration table.

 

For returning players, you should have recently received a “pre-populated” registration form through the mail – if not, a blank one is attached.  Please bring the form to the registration dates noted below, or you can drop it off with myself (8104 – 139 Street).  In either case, please write RIVERVIEW on the top of the form if you wish to join the community hockey program.

 

Please note that Riverview will be fielding one NOVICE team on a first come, first serve basis.  Coach Brian Mulder and Assistant coach James Boyko will be leading this team and registration will be limited to 14 players.  Once this team is full, a waitlist for a second team will be created, however, no guarantees for a second team can be made.  Registration forms and fee payment are the requirement to hold your spot on the Riverview NOVICE team for 2010 – 2011.

 

As in past years, there will likely be 1 or 2 Initiation 2A teams, depending on the number of registered kids.  Riverview does not have an Initiation 1A level and this is only offered through Whitemud West.

 

For those of you who are new and joining the community hockey, below are a few details that describe the Riverview Hockey Program:

 

-          Friend Requests:  Play with your friends within your community, greater flexibility when teaming up kids

-          NCCP qualified coaches

-          Extra ice time at outdoor community rink (in addition to regularly scheduled indoor practices)

-          Support the local community hockey program

-          Pre-season indoor practices

-          End of year Trophies

-          Team and individual pictures

 

Please forward this information to anyone you know who may be interested in hockey for the next hockey season.  If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email or contact me (780 483 1288). If you are interested in coaching a Riverview team, please contact me directly.  Thanks,

 

 

Ray Philipenko

Riverview Hockey Director

780 483 1288

 

 

Riverview Hockey Registration

 

There are several options available for registration this year.  Please note that the following documents are required for all new players:  Hockey Registration Form; a copy of player’s Birth Certificate and AB Health Care; copy of current community league membership; and proof of residency (ie. driver’s license or utility bill) A Community League membership for the 2010/11 year is also mandatory for all Federation hockey players. Cash & cheques are all accepted and cheques may be post dated to August 1st.  Returning players will receive a pre-processed registration form in the mail.

1.   In Person Registration

 

Riverview Community Hockey will be conducting it’s registration process in conjunction with the Whitemud West hockey registration.  Please bring the enclosed registration form with you and ensure that all information is accurate. 

 

Friday         June 10        6 pm - 9 pm

Saturday     June 11      10 am - 1 pm

Westridge/Wolf Willow Community League

505 Wolf Willow Road

 

2.   Mail In Registration – PLEASE MARK “RIVERVIEW COMMUNITY HOCKEY” at the top of the form

 

Mail in completed registration form with required documents and payment to:

 

Riverview Community Hockey

8104 – 139 Street

Edmonton, AB T5R 0G4

 

A community league membership is required.  Fees are as follows:

 

Category

Birth Date

Until July 31

After July 31

Initiation 2A

2005 – 2006

275

275

Novice

2003 - 2004

525

625

 

 

INITIATION 2A - Description

Year of Birth: 2005 – 2006

 

 a.. For ages 5 and 6 - players are generally very comfortable on skates.

 b.. Full hockey equipment is required.

 c.. The season consists of twenty-two ½ ice games

 d.. Games are refereed by the coaches of each team.

 e.. Half ice.

 

NOVICE - Description

Year of Birth: 2003-2004

 

  a.. For ages 7 and 8 – players know how to skate and play the game.

  b.. Mouth guards are mandatory along with full hockey equipment.

  c.. 22 games, 11 practices (not including additional local community outdoor ice practices)

  d.. Full ice.

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