The registration fee will be set by the DMHA Board prior to the beginning of each season.
The DMHA fundraising fee will be set by the DMHA Board prior to the beginning of the season. Individual team fundraising will be determined on a team by team basis at the beginning of each season.
The evaluation/tryout fees, when applicable, will be set by the DMHA Board prior to the beginning of the season.
Deadline to register is June 30. Late fee penalties will apply for late registrations of $50 (July 1st thru August 31st) and $100 (September 1st or later). Families moving into the DMHA area will be exempt from penalties.
After this date, players will be accepted based on availability within an appropriate division.
There will be no registrations accepted after December 31st to allow the DMHA board enough time to meet the team roster submission deadlines established by SHA and HC.
Registration and fundraising fees (when applicable) may be paid electronic funds transfer or cheque mailed to DMHA Post Office Box. DMHA provides the option to pay one half of registration fees and fundraising payment by June 30th and remaining balance due September 15th. The players name should be present within the cheque memo field or E-Transfer note box. Any payments received after the deadlines noted above are each subject to a $50 late payment fee.
Any registrations that result in NSF fees will be subject to a $30 fee and a suspension in the player’s registration until fee is collected.
The refund policy for the registration fee will be as follows:
September to October 31 - $100 will be withheld (Exceptions may apply for AA or higher team tryouts)
November 1 to December 31 - one-half of the registration
After December 31 - No refunds
The refund policy for registration and fundraising fees and waiver of late fees will be at the discretion of the Board.
No player will be allowed on the ice anytime without having first registered and paid all fees in full.
All evaluation/try-out fees (if applicable) must be paid in full before the player steps on the ice.
In order to participate in the DMHA program, the player must meet residential qualifications as determined by the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA).
The member must be in good standing with the Association, and all delinquent fees paid in full.