General Information (EGMHA)

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Registration for the 2024/25 season is now open!
After early bird registration closes on July 31, 2024, based on the number of players registered the Association will then confirm how many teams we will be icing for the 2024-25 season. These team numbers will determine how many registration spots remain available within each age group. We will then reopen registration in August and accept registration until all available spots have been filled. Once the spots have been filled anyone else wishing to enroll in the EGMHA will be placed on a waitlist. It is important to register by July 31st to avoid disappointment and to not miss the opportunity to play hockey with EGMHA this season.

The season will start in mid to late September, exact date to be determined. We cannot provide playing ice times for the divisions till we finalize our ice schedule with the Town of East Gwillimbury at the end of August. We try to keep the ice times consistent throughout the season, but game / practice schedules are subject to change and there is no guarantee of a weekly practice and/or game due to ice availability. 

The following prices are in effect until July 31st, 2024.
All fees increase by $100 for the U9 to U15 divisions on August 1st, 2024


Birth Year(s)


Initiation Program (New development program)







House League (will play games against Georgina Minor Hockey teams)










Local League (will participate in Simcoe Region Local League)







* Please see instructions at the bottom of this page for information pertaining to registering a player for the first time. 

Click here to go to Hockey Canada Registration Page: Player Registration Link


At the end of the registration process, you will be given an option to contribute a donation to our player assistance fund. Before you check out you will be given an option of adding either $10, $25, or $50 to your registration to help contribute to this fund. 

PAYMENT METHOD (Credit Card only):
EGMHA will only be accepting credit card payments.  As in previous seasons, there is an option for post-dated payments.  The only exception for credit card payment is for those applying for financial assistance.  
If you are applying for financial assistance, please provide the registrar ([email protected]) with proof that you have applied, and your registration will be done for you manually.


A $100 discount applies to families with 3 or more players.


For anyone requesting a refund prior to the season starting, a $25 admin fee is applied.  Requests for refunds must be submitted in writing to [email protected]

Once the season starts, the refunds will be pro rated.  No refunds will be considered after November 30, 2024.


All members of Bench Staff will need to register (same as last season).  There is no cost for Bench Staff.
Bench staff can click here to register

Click here to access tutorial info on how to use Hockey Canada's HCR system


1. To be able to register online with EGMHA, a player requires a Hockey Canada profile and ID number. Parents can create a profile for their child by completing the Parents Respect in sport program. Note:  If you have already completed the course for another child or for another sport, please add your new player to your RIS Parent profile. Once added you can proceed to the online registration.

The Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) mandates that at least one parent must complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program as "a condition of participation" for their child registered with EGMHA.  In other words, if at least one parent does not complete the course your son/s and/or daughter/s will be ineligible to play in all hockey programs - House League, Rep, MD and Select until such time this one-hour online education course has been successfully completed. Further information on this program and how to register can be found by reading the “Respect in Sport Parent” document we have linked below. There is a cost to do this clinic, $12 plus HST.

Respect in Sport Document

Link to site to register for Respect in Sport Parent Program:

Once you have completed the Parent RIS program proceed to the online registration and select “existing player”.   

2.  For first time players, proof of age and proof of residency is also required.  You should be able to upload these documents (birth certificate and driver’s licence) as part of the registration process. If you have difficulty doing so, you can email these to the EGMHA office, and we will add these to your child’s profile.

3.   A first time player is registered once all the requirements below are met:

·          Parent Respect in Sport Completed

·          Online registration completed with payment Proof of age (birth certificate) and Proof of residency (driver’s licence or utility bill) uploaded on player’s profile

Please also review our FAQs and our First Time Players Information pages on the website to answer some of the questions you may have about hockey and our programs.