U7 (TimBits Hockey) for 4, 5, & 6 year olds

NEZ Hockey Registration will open on Wednesday, June 17, 2020.  We are hoping and planning for a regular hockey season but lots of restrictions still need to be lifted.  We hope the season will start on time but at this time we just don’t know.

FOR NOW, WE ASK YOU TO REGISTER ONLINE AS USUAL.  WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING PAYMENTS OR SETTING UP IN-PERSON REGISTRATION DATES AT THIS TIME.  WHEN YOU REGISTER SELECT THE PAYMENT OPTION “OTHER”.  ONCE MORE INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE FROM ALBERTA HEALTH, THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT, THE CITY OF EDMONTON AND FROM HOCKEY EDMONTON WE WILL MESSAGE EVERYONE WITH PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS AND SET UP IN-PERSON REGISTRATIONS TO COMPLETE THE PROCESS.

WE HOPE TO SEE EVERYONE ON THE ICE IN SEPTEMBER!

COVID-19 UPDATE FROM NEZ HOCKEY – May 12, 2020

COVID-19 has brought many challenges to our sports communities.  As we continue to work through the challenges and required social distancing we want to look forward and prepare for a 2020-2021 hockey season that we hope will happen.

This week we are seeing some of the restrictions and closures change and end but at this time we really have no idea what will happen in September.  Will our children be back to school?  Will minor sports programs be allowed to operate?

Northeast Zone Hockey together with the Braves, Eagles and Northstars will open online hockey registration as soon as it is available through Hockey Canada.  This will likely happen in early June.  We will not be taking online payments at that time.  We do not want to be in a position that we accept registration fees only to have to refund them at a later date.  We want to avoid the considerable costs associated with online payments and refunds.

We do encourage everyone to get registered so we can plan the season.  Hope to see you all at a hockey rink in September.

Information will be posted here once it is available for the 2020-2021 Hockey Season.  This is the page where we post team lists.  The schedule is posted on the TimBits Hockey Schedule page.

U7 – TimBits Hockey Registration Information

Online registration for the 2020-2021 Hockey Season is now open. Requirements for registration are based on your child’s program level – U5 (Discovery), U6 (Junior TimBits), or U7 (Senior TimBits).  Additionally, new players will require documents to prove identity and residence.

In general, the following eight items are required to complete registration:

  • Complete and submit the online registration form. Click (HERE)to register.
  • Pay the appropriate registration fee.
  • Provide the registrar with a copy or photo of your child’s Birth Certificate and Alberta Health Care Card (one-time requirement only)
  • Provide the registrar with a completed “Parent Declaration” form (one-time requirement only)
  • Provide the registrar with proof of residence documentation (Copy of utility bill, bank statement, etc. – MUST contain your full name Parent/Guardian, your residential address, and the date)
  • Complete the required parent course called Respect-In-Sport. The Respect In Sport Program is NOT linked to the Hockey Canada Registry (Database).  You must complete the course AND link your child to your Respect-In-Sport Account.  Click (HERE) to register for this parent course.
  • Sign up for a volunteer commitment as needed. This season there will a requirement of 1 bingo to be worked for every player in the U7 (Senior TimBits) program.
  • Present a 2020-2021 Community League Membership. Purchase your membership at your local Community League or  click (EFCL Membership)
  • ALL players will require a complete set of full equipment to go on the ice for all ice sessions. Click here for a list of required equipment

 

To complete your registration you may attend an in-person registration at the NEZ Sports Council office at 7515 Borden Park Road (behind the tennis courts in Borden Park) on:

  • TBA

 

You can bring in the requirement documents and make payment if you did not do so online.  YOU CAN EMAIL THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS TO nezsports@telus.net  if you paid online.

 

U5 – Discovery Hockey Program (4 years old)

  • Age: 4 years old as of December 31 of the current play year.
  • Registration fee is $165.00
  • Weekly Commitment: One hour on-ice practice (Saturday or Sunday)
  • Season Length: September to March
  • Games Sessions: Two Jamborees
  • Total Ice Sessions: 20 practices
  • This is a Parent Volunteer based program. On-ice instructors are parents of the children in the program.  If you want to be an instructor please email nezsports@telus.net
  • Each session will require a lead instructor (parent) and multiple other parents to be successful.
  • This program is meant to be FUN!

U6 – Junior TimBits Hockey Program (5 years old)

  • Age: 5 years old as of December 31 of the current play year.
  • Registration fee is $165.00
  • Weekly Commitment: One hour on-ice practice (Saturday or Sunday)
  • Season Length: September to March
  • Games Sessions: Two Jamborees
  • Total Ice Sessions: 20 practices and 2-3 games
  • This is a Parent Volunteer based program. On-ice instructors are parents of the children in the program.  If you want to be an instructor please email nezsports@telus.net
  • Each session will require a lead instructor (parent) and multiple other parents to be successful.
  • This program is meant to be FUN!

U7 – Senior TimBits Hockey Program (6 years old)

  • Age: 6 years old as of December 31 of the current play year.
  • Registration fee is $250.00
  • Weekly Commitment: Two hour on-ice sessions
  • Season Length: September to March
  • Games Sessions: 20 games, two Jamborees
  • Total Ice Sessions: 40-43 sessions. Practice (1-hour) on Saturdays and play a game (1-hour) on Sundays.
  • This is a Parent Volunteer based program. On-ice instructors are parents of the children in the program.  If you want to be an instructor please email nezsports@telus.net
  • Senior TimBits players will be placed on teams after the first three “pre-season” skate times. The grouping size will be approx. 10 per group and be balanced so low, medium and high levels of skills are represented in each team. Jerseys will be assigned to groups after the pre-season ice times have passed.
  • Each session will require a lead instructor (parent) and multiple other parents to be successful.
  • This program is meant to be FUN!

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