Please review the following instructions in order to successfully complete your child’s online registration.
The North York Knights Hockey Association (the “Knights”) uses the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) for enrolment. If your child is a returning player, you will be able to enter the site using the email and password that was used in the previous year. (There is a system for retrieving your password if you have forgotten it. The Knights do not have a record of the password.) If your child is a new player, you will need to create a profile using your email address and a password. When registering your child, please use an email address that you check regularly as this will be our primary means of communication with you and the players.
Please do NOT use your child’s email address for registration purposes. If you have used your child’s email address within the registration system, you do have an option to edit the information. Note that all communication from the league will be forwarded to the email address that you have provided during registration.
All fields within the registration are self-explanatory and the system will prompt you if you forget to answer any of the mandatory questions. Once you complete the Member’s Information you will choose which Division your child will be playing in. Please note that only the name of the division will appear (i.e. Novice, Atom, Bantam, etc.) based on the player’s birth date as entered. In the next step you will be prompted to choose Major or Minor according to your child’s year of birth.
PLEASE DO NOT PLACE YOUR CHILD IN A DIVISION FOR WHICH THEY ARE INELIGIBLE. For instance, do not try to place your child born in 2000 with those born in 2001.
PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU DO REGISTER FOR A DIVISION FOR WHICH YOUR CHILD IS INELIGIBLE, YOUR PAYMENT WILL BE ACCEPTED BUT YOUR REGISTRATION MAY BE DENIED BY THE KNIGHTS.
The paid invoice is also your tax receipt. Please print a copy for your records.
Duplicate copies will only be available through the website at the end of the 2018-2019 season.
Notices of withdrawal and requests for refunds must be made in writing by email at email@example.com. Refunds, less a $50 administrative fee, will be made for House League registrants only if requested before August 31, 2018. Refunds, less a $150 administrative fee, will be made for House League registrants only if requested between September 1, 2018 and October 31, 2018. No refunds for House League will be issued in respect of any requests received or after November 1, 2018.
Refunds, less a $50 administrative fee, will be made for Learn to Play registrants only if requested before October 31, 2018. No refunds for Learn to Play will be issued in respect of any requests received on or after November 1, 2018.
Regardless of when the refund request is submitted, a full refund will not occur as an administrative fee will be charged to cover the cost of your child’s registration and release. Refunds will only be processed after the deadline date for refunds for both House League and Learn to Play (i.e. October 31, 2018) regardless of when the request for the refund is made. If a player is released after the relevant deadline at the discretion of the Knights, no refund will be made.
Learn To Play will be using the website for communication this season. You will NOT receive emails or phone calls – so please check the website regularly for updates. Please bookmark that site and check back in September 2018 for up-to-date information on getting started in the programs, assigned coaches and detailed schedules.
The North York Knights offer LTP programs at three arenas:
LTP programs at York Mills, St Mike’s and Pleasantview will begin on October 13, 2018.
NOTE: The 9:30am session for St Mike’s LTP is generally for BEGINNER skaters (standing and walking on skates or basic stride and glide). The 10:30am session for St Mike’s LTP is for STRONGER skaters and returning LTP players (good stride and glide, turns and stops). Please register your child accordingly. Please note that if a player is registered for the 10:30 LTP session and the child is not at the eligible “skill level” (good stride and glide) at the time of assessments, the Knights reserve their right to cancel this player’s registration.
Extended Learn to Play will begin on October 13, 2018 at 10:00am at Pleasantview arena (subject to change). The minimum number of players required for the Knights to offer this program is 20. If a player is registered for Extended Learn to Play but the sessions need to be cancelled due to low enrollment, the Knights will notify the parents of the cancellation.
Pleasantview Arena 9:00 – 10:00 AM: Open
Pleasantview Arena 10:00 – 11:00 AM: Extended LTP Open
St. Mike’s Arena 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM: Full and Closed
St. Mike’s Arena 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM: Open
York Mills Arena 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Full and Closed
York Mills Arena 11:00 AM – 1:00pm: Open
The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) requires that at least one parent/guardian of every minor hockey player in the OHF (which includes the North York Knights Hockey Association and all other hockey organizations in the Greater Toronto Area) will be required to take the Respect In Sport (RIS) Parent Program prior to a player being permitted to participate in any Hockey Canada programming. This requirement applies to all levels of hockey including House League and Competitive levels. The cost of taking the program is $12 and is paid directly on-line when taking the program. A participant’s parent/guardian will only be required to take the program once. There is no requirement for re-taking the program annually.
Each hockey association will be able to track compliance with the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR). Each player’s profile on the HCR will be updated when his/her parent completes the RIS Parent Program so each association will be able to monitor compliance by reviewing the participant’s profile. A parent does not have to have taken the RIS Parent Program before the player registers. However, parents of Learn to Play players will need to have completed the on-line course prior to September 1st, 2018 as no player will be assigned to a Learn to Play program or be allowed to participate in any on-ice activities with the Knights unless the program has been completed and the RIS Parent Program registration with the HCR has been verified by the Knights.
Learn to Play