Online Registration (Thorold Amateur Athletic Association)

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Thorold Amateur Athletic Association

2023  – 2024  Registration



Registration Link

*please include any important email addresses in the registration system ensure that all parties are sent general information*
  Ie: Mother - Father - participant


Host a NHL/NHLPA First Shift Hockey Program In Your Community
This program is coming to Thorold in February of 2024
*To be eligible to participate, children must be born between January 1, 2013 and May 1, 2018.
The NHL/NHLPA First Shift is open to children ages 6-10*, who have never previously enrolled in minor hockey within Canada or the NHL/NHLPA First Shift program.   More details to follow

Hockey School -  1 day per week 
  U6 Fundamentals is a structured, learn-to-play hockey program for players aged 4 to 5, that uses Hockey Canada's U7 Program curriculum to teach beginners basic technical skills (skating, puck handling, stopping, passing, turning and shooting) in an atmosphere that stresses FUN, cooperation and fair play. The participants must be able to stand on the ice with skates.

U7 Initiation   -  2 days per week 
  The U7 program is an introduction to hockey in a safe, fun, and positive environment. The program is structured as a confidence building and learn-to-play experience designed to introduce players to basic hockey skills and team-play. The U7 Hockey Canada Player pathway is designed for players 5 and 6 years old and is suitable to all skill levels at this age group. U7 runs Saturdays and Sundays, and averages 2 days per week.

U8 and U9 -  games are played within the Niagara District Loop at various locations
  Cross ice 4 on 4 until January, then full ice 5 on 5
The U8 and U9 program focuses on skill development in a half-ice environment. The U9 player pathway is designed specifically for 7 and 8 year old players
*U8 and U9 MD offered with enough interest*

U11 - U18 - games are played within the Niagara District Loop at various locations.
  The U11 to U18 programs follow the Hockey Canada, OMHA and NDHL guidelines. Games are 5 on 5 full ice for the
entire season and are played at various locations within the Niagara District Loop.

+          Registration fee includes entry into one home tournament hosted by TAAA (if available U9 - U18 only)
++        Paid Timekeepers
+++      Local League - Jersey is included to keep at end of season 
++++    Note ice times vary on holiday weekends or blackout dates for tournaments.


If you wish to register for U11B tryout please contact  [email protected]

Additional Fees

All representative programs will be subject to the following fees in addition to the base fee noted above:
      *  $125 tryout fee (non-refundable regardless of whether the player is offered a spot on the rep team)
      *  $175 jersey fee (home and away) +++ (keep jersey)
      *  Travel fee (amount still to be determined by division – approximately $350-500, only payable if a player 
           is successful in earning a spot on the rep team)

U11B, U13B, U15B, U18B – approx 3-4 days/week (2 practices/game) ++++will vary due to game scheduling
The U11 to U18 programs follow the Hockey Canada, OMHA and NDHL guidelines. Games are 5 on 5 full ice for the
entire season and are played at various locations within the Niagara District loop.

U21B approx. 2 days/week (practices/game) ++++ will vary due to game scheduling
The U21 program will be available in the fall with enough interest and will follow the Hockey Canada, OMHA and
NDHL guidelines. Games are 5 on 5 full ice for the entire season and are played at various locations within the
Beechy loop.

+       Registration fee includes entry into one home tournament hosted by TAAA (if available- U9-U18 only)
++     Paid timekeepers
+++   Representative - jerseys are kept at end of season 
++++ Note ice times vary on holiday weekends or blackout dates for tournaments

Tryout Information – Representative

Tryout Fee - $125.00/ player

- If you wish to tryout for B, you MUST register for tryouts at the same time (ie: other: tryout)
- Tryout schedule will be listed on our website under “Rep Tryout” U11 , U18B and U21 will be
             posted early September
- 4 pre-skates will be available at an additional fee
- As noted above, additional travel fees apply for B upon selection of the team
- To be eligible to be rostered to the B team, a player must attend a minimum of 3 tryout sessions
- For more information with respect to tryouts  (eligibility, walk-ons etc) please refer to our tryout tab or
            contact[email protected]

Out of Town Players

- Please register for tryouts by submitting the 2023 B Representative Tryout - Non-Resident Form


Registration Information



Returning Players
1) Hockey Canada is updating your information. If you are asked to verify your address please upload
    documents to verify  (e.g. government-issued ID or 3rd party bill) 

New to Hockey
1) Please contact our registrar to open a Hockey Canada account ([email protected])
2) You must complete the Respect in Sport  certification (you will not be able to register without this

Link to create a new account

Parent Guide to creating a new account

Out of Town Players
1) Please contact the registrar for registration ([email protected])

Payment Information

Full registration fees must be paid no later than August 10, 2023 to secure your spot
(please contact with any questions with respect to finances)

Available Discounts*

Large Families
Discounted registration fees are available for families with 3 or more players in the TAAA organization. If you are
registering a 3 rd or 4 th child, please contact [email protected] to apply a credit to your account prior
to registering in the amount of:
Third Child          25% Off of Registration           applied on lesser registration amount
Fourth child        50% Off of Registration            applied on lesser registration amount

Goalies will be eligible for 50% of the base registration fees at the end of the season providing they have met the
criteria of playing time (this does not include additional team fee etc.). The refund will be applied against the next
season’s registration. If you have paid by credit card, these fees will be deducted from the credited amount.

*each participant/family is only eligible for one discount

Payments Methods

- Credit Card – via the website at time of checkout
- E-transfer -  [email protected]
- Cheque or Cash  - please contact the treasurer at [email protected]
- Instalments - 3 installments available due June 10, July 10, August 10


  •  All withdrawal requests must be submitted in writing to the [email protected]
  • Any refunds prior to November 05,2023 will be subject to a $50.00 administration fee and subject to a fee of proration of  used ice for that division  as well as any supplied uniform costs.  
  • Any refunds are also subject to Credit Card Fees incurred from original point of sale and refund.  These fees are charged over and above admin and etc. above 
  • Late fees, Try out Fees, Jersey fees are non-refundable.
  • Please see our refund policy for “Season Ending Refund”  for more detailed information

Financial Assistance

  • Please refer to our website for links to these sights
  • If you are obtaining financial assistance we must have confirmation by August 10th of acceptance.
  • If you require any other type of assistance or have questions [email protected]


Additional Registration Information

how to set up a new HCR 3.0 Account

  • Hockey Canada has launched their new online registration system. HCR 3.0
  • This new system replaces the previous Hockey Canada registration sites for player / Coach (Clinic)
  • Your old HCR account will NOT work.  All of your information should have been transfer to the new system
  • In order to register your player you will need to create a new account.
  • Below is a short video outlining how you can create your new account.
  • You will require your Hockey Canada ID Numbers (13 digits). These can be found on previous invoice/statements sent to you this past year. (Birthdate and name should also work for look up)
  • Please do not create a new Hockey Canada ID if you already have one . (this creates new participant 13 digit HC #)
  • The only time a new Hockey Canada ID is created, is when you are new to Hockey .
  • Contact the registrar if you are unsure of your Hockey Canada ID.
  • Create your parent account . This is where you should link your participants/members to your account by clicking on Link a Member. (participant/members who already have a HC # can be looked up and added).
  • This account will be were you (Coaches) register for clinics ..
  • If you require assistance please contact the Registrar at [email protected]

Link to create a new account

Parent Guide to creating a new account

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