Altona Minor Hockey Registration 2021/2022


• Online Registration – Follow registration link on our website:

• Registration Opens: September 1, 2021 Closes: September 12, 2021

• Payment Deadline – October 1, 2021

➢ Mail: Print out a copy of your online registration confirmation and mail cheque to: Altona Minor
Hockey, PO Box 1978, Altona, MB R0G 0B0

➢ E-transfer to:
Make sure to include the name of your player(s) and level they are playing in the message. e.g.
John Smith, U7

• Information Night – Wednesday, September 8 at 7:00 pm in the Altona Pioneer Centre.

We will host an info session for parents new to AMH. We will provide info specific to L&D, U7, and U9 programs.

Altona Skating Club will be present to answer questions and take registration for L&D

Coaching applications will be sent out in a separate email.
Information night at the Pioneer Centre –  Wednesday September 8th at 7:00 pm, specific to the Learn and Develop program as well as the U7/U9 program.
Ice will be in by September 13th and we will be beginning practices that week (schedule information to follow this week).
Tryouts for U11 and U13 will take place the week of September 27th-30th
Additionally, Hockey Manitoba has sent out their Return to Play document, a copy is attached to this email. Currently, masks are mandatory for all participants ( players, coaches, etc) and spectators while in common areas and in dressing rooms.   They are not required for on ice activities.
We are looking forward to a great season for the kids.
Altona Minor Hockey

Other Information:

  • Learn & Develop Skating for kids – Altona Minor Hockey is working with Altona Skating Club (CanSkate program) to teach young kids (ages 4 plus) to skate and transition to playing hockey. The number of young kids playing has been growing and we feel this partnership is a great way to teach kids and have fun. At this point it is limited to kids that can currently skate and get up on their own due the physical distancing regulations in place. We will communicate more information as we know more in September
    • Learn to Skate (LTS) – for kids ages 4 plus who are still learning or want to learn the basics of skating. This is designed to be a fun way to learn to skate without the need for equipment! You can sign up for 1 or 2 days per week. It is part of the CanSkate program with certified instructors and helpers on the ice with the kids.
    • Develop Your Skating (DYS) – for kids ages 4 plus who know how to skate but want to further develop their skating. We really encourage those that are ages 4-6 (or older) to try this. It is run with the CanSkate program. You can sign up for 1 or 2 days per week.
  • Initiation Group – this program is on the ice twice a week (both in Altona). It is for kids that have the ability to skate, stop, and get up on their own. They will have full equipment and start developing skills with pucks. They will play some exhibition games as well.
  • Any new player entering AMH in Novice to Midget is eligible for a new pair of Maroons socks as part of your registration once teams are made. Any players who already received a pair of socks at no charge would have to purchase a new pair.


Year of Birth

Registration Fee

Learn & Develope – 1 day/week

4+ years of age

*TBD Altona Skating Club

Learn & Develope – 2 days/week

4+ years of age

*TBD Altona Skating Club

U7 (Initiation)– 2 days/week

2014-2016 **


U9 (Novice)

2012, 2013


U11 (Atom)

2010, 2011


U13 (Peewee)

2008, 2009


U15 Male (Bantam)

2006, 2007


U15 Female (Bantam)

2006, 2007


U18 Male & Female (Midget)



Female League (add on)

Novice, Atom, and Peewee


*Cheques for L&D program should be made out to Altona Skating Club.
For all other programs please make sure cheques or etransfer to Altona Minor Hockey

* Learn & / Develop Your Skating – these programs are run with the Altona Skating Club and any registration is done through them. These fees are not confirmed at this time and will be finalized as we know more details from Skate Canada.

** Initiation – full hockey equipment. Players needs to have ability to skate forward (length of ice), backward (width of ice), and stop. If they cannot do this, we want to start them in the Learn to Skate program (read details outlined above).

Below are a few links to apply for assistance/grants/sponsorships:

Apply for a Grant (Female players)
MMF Individual Sponsorship Application –

If you have any questions, please email

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