- Registration Now Open
- 2018/19 Atom, PeeWee, Bantam, Midget, FU12/F15 Sweat Camp registration closes on Sunday, September 9
- Call For Voluneers, View Main Page For Info
Traffic Disruptions On Legion Road
Public Notice: Traffic Disruption – Legion Road
Please be advised that road upgrades will soon begin along Legion Road, from Conception Bay Highway to Kelliview Avenue. Road upgrades will begin on Monday, September 24 and continue until the end of November.
A DETOUR will be in place for normal traffic for the duration of these upgrades. Traffic travelling north should use Kelliview Avenue and Redbridge Road. Traffic travelling south should use Redbridge Road and Kelliview Avenue. Detour signage will be posted. Legion Road will remain open to local residents and emergency vehicles only.
Motorists should expect delays. Please use caution and respect construction workers and equipment when traveling through construction zones. For more information and to view a map, please visit our website: https://www.conceptionbaysouth.ca/traffic-advisory/
Two Line Hockey
CBRMHA is pleased to announce that we will be offering Two Line Hockey between the dates of Sept. 24th and Sept. 30th. Registration is open to Peewee, Bantam & Midget Players that are registered with us for the season. Cost is $60 for 4 hours. In person registration will be open Thursday September 20th @5-8pm and online registration will be open until Friday September 21st @6pm.
Atom A and Atom B Tryout Process & Updated Deadline
Deadline to Register for Atom A/B Tryouts has been extended to Thursday September 20th, 2018 to coincide with our office hours. If you haven't registered yet our office will be open 5pm-8pm to register in person or you can register using our online registration system.
CBRMHA has decided to change the Atom A/Atom B Tryout process for the 2018/19 Season. The Technical Skate portion of the Tryout Process will be removed from the Atom A/Atom B Process. The Atom A/Atom B process and will be a 2 Stage Process, similar to Atom A/B Tryouts for the past number of seasons.
Click Here To View the process
UPDATED - Initiation Program Evaluation Groups
Welcome IP parents & players to the 2018-19 Hockey Season. Below you will find the group lists for evaluations, please locate your child's name. Your child will start off the season being assigned to an evaluation try-out group. The group they are assigned may switch several times over the first few weeks as our IP players are assessed on skating/hockey ability. These group changes will be listed on our website and should be checked prior to the showing up to......read more
Updated Sweat Camp Groups
Sweat Camp Groups are now posted. Please click on the Groups below to find out which you have been assigned. Please check the schedule tab for your Groups days/times/rink location. If you registered and your name is not listed please contact Tina Patey our Registrar through the contact us section.
Please remember to arrive at the rink 15-30 minutes prior to your scheduled time to get dressed. When you arrive at the rink please follow the dressing assignments posted in the rink for your Group.
For Goalie Sessions, please follow the schedule for your division for dates & times.
If you any questions please feel free to contact our office through the contact us section.
2018 Intro To Hockey Sessions - Updated
For the list of players registered for our Intro To Hockey Sessions please click here.
If you registered and your name is missing please contact Tina Patey our Registrar through the contact us section.
Schedule: Sept 17 @6pm at CBS Arena and Sept 19th @6pm at RFM Stadium
Things to remember:
1. Please arrive at the rink 15-20 minutes prior to your scheduled ice time to get dressed to go on the ice
2. When you arrive at the rink please look for your groups assigned dressing room
3. Please bring your hockey skates, CSA certified helmet with mask, hockey gloves and a hockey stick
4. No player is permitted on the ice while the Zamboni is on and the Zamboni gate is open
5. All Players must wait for a Coach/TD Staff prior to going onto the ice
If you have any question please feel free to contact our office through the contact us section.
CBSRA New TimeKeepers/Officials
The CBS Referee Association now have their maximum number of TimeKeepers and Officials for the 2018/19 Season as well as a wait List
Doug Marshall Hockey League Registration Now Open. Information Regarding Try Outs and Sweat Camps
The Doug Marshall Hockey league is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the upcoming season. The league will once again be holding open try outs for any interested players and offering a pre-season sweat camp for any players who wish to get some extra ice time in prior to the try outs. Please visit their website at http://dmhl.net/ for full announcement details.
Updated Registration Info, Deadlines and Start Dates
Click Here to view Updated Registration Information, including Deadlines and Start Dates
Wanted Coach Volunteers
We are looking for On Ice Coach Volunteers for our upcoming Sweat Camps, if you are interested please contact our Technical Director Dave Tilley by Clicking Here
Female Eastern Icebreakers Pee Wee AAA /AA Tryouts
Last chance to register....Please ensure your daughter is registered by Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
Female Eastern Icebreakers Pee Wee AAA /AA tryouts will start Sept.15, schedule below. There may be an additional couple of sessions depending on the numbers. Please let me know if your daughter is interested in AAA or AA or trying out for both. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your daughters name, DOB, MCP & position trying out for. Pee Wee AAA will have 4 weekends of play and AA 3 weekends of play, all players MUST play on a female or minor team as well if playing AAA/AA.
Sept.22 12-1:00pm & 6-7:00pm
Sept.29 9-10am & 7-8:00pm
All sessions stated above are at Twin Rinks. Tryout Fee is $90.00 and MUST be paid st the first tryout session. If you have any questions please email Denise Fagan at email@example.com
Open Board Position - Atom Coordinator
CBRMHA has an open Board Position, Atom Coordinator for the 2018/19 Season. If interested in the Board Position, please contact our President by clicking here. Deadline for submissions is Friday, September 14, 2018. The Atom Coordinator Board Position is a one year term.
Per our ByLaws, The Divisional Coordinators shall:
1. Be responsible for the management of the particular House League division and coordinate parent support and be the contact person for parent concerns and to bring the parent concerns to the Board.
2. Be involved with the player assignment process to ensure that each team has an equal number of A line, B line and C line players as ranked by the Technical Director and coaches.
3. Distribute and collect (with assistance of the Executive Coordinator/Event Coordinator) all jerseys and equipment for such assigned division.
4. Provide the Registrar the rosters and coaching staff of all teams for such assigned division.
5. Report poor house league attendance, unbalanced teams, or coaching issues to the Board.
6. Communicate with teams regarding upcoming events, important dates and clinics.
7. Be required to assist in the planning and organization all tournaments of the division they are assigned in conjunction with the Association’s hockey program.
8. Provide financial reports to the Vice President and Treasurer no later than two weeks after completion of the tournament.
9. Assist the Executive Coordinator/Event Coordinator with planning for end of season banquet.
Hockey NL to Hold an Open Session on the Future of the AAA Male and Female Programs
Hockey NL is inviting key stakeholders including players and parents to a town hall session on September 14, 2018 from 7:00-9:00 pm at the Albatross Hotel in Gander to discuss the state of the AAA programs in the province. The session has been initiated due to the many challenges being faced by the sport governing association over the last few seasons......read more
Eastern AAA Female Midget Tryout
Click Here to read information regarding Eastern AAA Female Midget Tryout
Female AAA/AA Announcement
Per HNL 2018/19 Female guidelines, to be eligible to participate in Female AAA, or PeeWee AA, players must register and play in their Minor Hockey Association's Female Program. Bantam AAA and Midget AAA players can apply for an Exemption.
OnLine and In Person Registration For 2018/19 Season
Online and In-Person Registration for the 2018/2019 season is being open on August 22nd, at 6pm. On-Line Registration Access is through the CBRMHA Website and again this season, CBRMHA are using Hockey Canada's Registration System. In-Person Registration is at CBS Arena in the Warm Room on Wednesday, August 22nd from 6pm-9pm, and Wednesday, August 29th from 6pm-9pm.
Program Changes from Previous Seasons:
- Sweat Camps Registration is now available through our OnLine Registration System.
- Atom A, Atom B, PeeWee B, and Bantam B Tryout fee and Divisional fee (Atom, PeeWee, Bantam) are bundled into one fee. Players who aren't trying out for Atom A/B, PeeWee B, or Bantam B, will have a separate option to pay the Divisional Fee.
- This season, CBRMHA have bundled the following into AllStar Fees:
- All Star Fee
- Provincial Tournament Fee
- Hosted Tournament Fee (the Art Tilley Atom Invitational/Robert French Memorial Tournament)
- Novice Mini-Camp is now a 4 Hour Sweat Camp
- Offering a Midget Sweat Camp this season
- Goalies who registered for a Sweat Camp, will also be registering for a 2 Session Goalie Clinic
- Intro To Hockey Sessions are for first time hockey players only
In some cases, fee reduction may not appear evident, but CBRMHA have included program fees (Tryout Fees, IHL Year End Championship Tournament, Provincial Tournament Fees, and the Art Tilley Atom Invitational/Robert French Memorial Tournament) into the Base fee.
Click Here To View/Print/Download the Sweat Camp/PowerSkating Registration Form
Click Here To View/Print/Download the 2018/2019 Registration Form
Members, can pay in person for all programs August 22/29th. Sweat Camps are tentatively scheduled to begin the Week of Sept 17th, keep checking Website for times. If you have any questions, Click Here to contact Tina Patey, our Registrar.
Go Renegades Go
2018/19 Mouth Guard Rule
We wish inform, and remind all Minor Hockey Associations that during the 2018 Annual General Meeting, Hockey NL amended the wearing of an intra-oral mouth guard in minor hockey to a recommendation rather than a mandatory requirement effective for the 2018-2019 season.
The decision to remove the mandatory requirement of a mouth guard for minor hockey as rendered by the Executive Committee of Hockey NL, was made after carefully examining all of the information that was presented to them. We persist to ensure safety is paramount in our game and expect that many of our members will continue wearing this piece of equipment as they have been accustom to this.
This change in policy will remain consistent with the majority of the branches that govern hockey in Canada, and will alleviate the policing difficulties experienced by coaches and game officials. There will be no longer any infractions issued by game officials.
Please ensure your members are aware of this change prior to the start of the season.
Executive Director, Hockey NL
Junior Coach Program
CBRMHA are pleased to continue with our Junior Coach Program. The Junior Coach Program is open to all male and female Bantam aged players and above...come out and give back, develop new skills, be a role model, and so much more. Click Here to fill out our On-Line form.
Call For Team Volunteers - Team Coaches/Trainers/Managers For the 2018/19 Season
CBRMHA would like to thank our Volunteers over the past seasons, and look forward to supporting our Volunteers in the upcoming season. CBRMHA cannot run a succesful program without our great Volunteer Group....your time, dedication and expertise is very much appreciated.
Click Here to apply online for a Team Staff Position (Coaches, Trainers, and Managers) for the 2018/19 Season. If new to volunteering, fill out the form as best as your can. Like previous Seasons, the Technical Staff and Board Members will support all of our volunteers, including our new volunteers - everyone had a "first year volunteering"
Note, on the Volunteer Application Form, the second field "Volunteer Position Applying For", is a dropdown box, you select the position that is being applied for...the choices are "Any Coaching Position", "Head Coach", "Assistant Coach", "Trainer", "Manager", click on the dropdown box to choose from the list.
Go Renegades Go
Information For New Players Ages 4-6 years old
Our Initiation Program (IP) division is designed for boys and girls to experience their first taste of organized ice hockey. Ages of players range from 4 to 6 years old and the program was developed to make children’s first contact with hockey a safe and positive experience. Parents of new players are encouraged to read our Initiation Program Handout which can answer many of your questions. Please click here to access the Handout.
In this guide you will find the following information:
1) What is initiation hockey
2) Skills developed and focused on in IP
3) Hockey Canada Development Model
4) Hockey Equipment: What You’ll Need For Your First Season
5) The IP Season
6) Safety First!
7) Parent Requirements
8) How to Contact CBRMHA
Registration for the 2018-19 season will begin during General Registration Nights, tentatively scheduled for August 22-29th, 2018, if you wish to register in person or you can register online by clicking here. The season start date will be announced at a later date but will be after Sept 17th.
DJHL & AAA Try-outs Start in September!
Female AAA PeeWee And Female AA PeeWee Project 2018-2019 Season
Click Here for information regarding Funding