General Information & Register Now (Belle River District Minor Hockey Association)

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BRDMHA 2020/2021 Season Registration information

New players and players seeking a transfer to Belle River should still complete the New Player Information Form.

Please read the following information before hitting the "
Register Now" button found at the bottom of this page.

DUE TO THE COVID-19 Pandemic we currently are only permitted to host a Tiered House League programming at this time.  As advance though the Provincial and OHF stages there will be additional game play incorporated.  Such as 3v3, 4v4 and 5v5.  

Anticipated Season Start Date - Planning week of September 14th, 2020 
Anticipated Season End Date -  Weekend of March 6th-7th 2021

If you played as a Rep Player in 2019-2020 AAA,AA,A,AE. These players will be Pooled together to form their own League.   Alternatively if you played 2019-2020 as a House League Player we will pooling these players to form their league.  Also Understand that each League is restricted to a maximum of 50 Players.

NRP Players from 2019-2020 - You are to return to you home Centre this season.    However if you are looking to play in Belle River in our House League Programming you will need to Transfer to us for this season.  Please follow the procedures in order to do so. 

Registration Fees

Registration fees for the 2020/2021 season are as follows:

All players MUST register online. If paying by cash, please choose the money order payment option during the online registration process and be sure to Checkout to complete the registration process.  

2020-2021 Season

Registration Open: August 1, 2020

Register AND Pay - By (midnight):

September 9th, 2020

After this time we will close registration and being a wait list.

Do not wait.              

Fee for all divisions except Mites

Mites Fee

$ 675 

$ 375





*AA/AE - One-time tryout fee ($75):
Register and pay in full before the first tryout date in order to be eligible for AA team tryouts. Note: A player must attend and be released from AA to be eligible for AE team tryouts.

**A player cannot step on the ice until:
One Parent has completed the Parents Respect In Sport online course AND
the player (and a parent if the players is under 18 years of age) have reviewed the age appropriate Rowan's Law Concussion Awareness information and provided a 
completed Acknowledgement form to the Director of Registration. Link Found Below

BRDMHA Reserves the right to refuse any registration

Methods of payment:

·         Credit Card at the time of completing your online registration

·         Cash payment can be made at:
Belle River Branch of TD Canada Trust
(NOTE: Please provide your completed on-line registration form for any cash payment)


Permission to Skate - Currently we are not providing PTS forms.  Junior and AAA teams are not permitted to form teams as of now.  As this changes we will open up Registration for Permission to Skate forms.  

If you require a permission to skate for AAA or Junior tryouts please refer to the Registration -> Permission to Skate tab on our website.


Payments for tryout fees are $75, and must be paid prior to the first tryout. Registration must also be completed and registration fees fully paid in order to qualify for participation in the 2020/2021 travel tryout process.


In order to receive the Early Bird Registration Discount of $100 please register online AND pay by Credit Card via website or Cash payment at Belle River's TD Branch before August 1st. 2020. There is no early bird discount available for the Mites division.

**Mandatory Training to be completed before the start of the season
Respect in Sport (RIS) Parents Program

The Respect in Sport (RIS) Parents Program has been mandated by the OMHA starting with the 2014/2015 hockey season going forward. The program requires one parent at minimum to complete a one-time on-line training program with a cost of $12 AFTER COMPLETING REGISTRATION. This is an OMHA/OHF requirement of which BRDMHA receives no financial gain. The gain however, as stated in the purpose of the course, is a hope that everyone will better understand the correct behavioral expectation of our parents in and around the rink. This course only needs to be taken once. Refer to "Respect In Sport Program Access Instructions" under the Registration tab on this website to link your course completion to additional registrants.

Family Assistance Program

The Town of Lakeshore Recreation Services now oversees the Pathway to Potential and Canadian Jump Start Programs. Should you be interested in learning more about these programs for non-travel hockey please contact the Recreation Office located at inside the Atlas Tube Centre in person or by calling 519.727.0470
Please note it takes 4-6 weeks to process applications under this program, so be sure to apply immediately if this program is of interest to you. NOTE: Must be approved and in place prior to BRDMHA registration deadline of Aug 1, 2020, so please enroll by June 1.

All refund requests will be subject to a $35 administration fee.  Refunds are restricted and will be handled individually on a case by case basis. If a Refund has been approved it would be prorated based on the number of partial or full months played up until Dec. 31st.  No Refunds will be provided after December 31st. 

Who Do I Contact If I Have Additional Questions???

If you cannot find the answer to your questions in the Registration Issues and Questions tab then please contact:
·Ron Gallant -  BRDMHA Director of Registration at [email protected]


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