Since 1990, the
CGHA has been sharing our devotion to the game of hockey. Our goal is to be
influential in the development of future leaders in hockey through hard work,
fair play, and fun. We are pleased to offer competitive (rep) hockey; teams are
selected through tryouts each year and compete throughout Ontario. The CGHA has
teams ranging in age from U9 to U22, playing at the AA, A, BB, and B levels.
To be considered,
players must first register for tryouts.
passports are now available for purchase through RAMP.
You will need to:
Purchase a tryout passport through RAMP, here.
Payment must be made through RAMP; no cash will be accepted at the arena.
No refunds will be issued for tryout passports.
Individual skates are not available for purchase.
Tryout Passport Registration closes on April 17, 2023.
are listed online, here and
will begin on April 19 running until May 14, for all divisions including U9 and
Registration Age Groups (by Birth Year)
- U9 2015/2016
- U11 2013/2014
- U13 2011/2012
- U15 2009/2010
- · U18 2008/2007/2006
Permission to Skate (PTS) and Releases
If your athlete
played for another association in 2022-2023, you must have a paper copy of the Permission
to Skate (PTS) form with you at your first tryout. PTS forms can be obtained
from your home association. Players from another association without a PTS will
not be permitted on the ice.
looking to tryout for another association? Please visit here,
for more information on how to obtain a PTS (please allow 24 hours for processing).
PTSs will not be processed until April 13, 2023. Please do not email the Registrar looking for the status; if you do, you will not receive a response due to the volume of other urgent responsibilities.
Fee Structure for the 2023/24 Season
The fees for
our Competitive (Rep) teams are divided into two parts: CGHA Fee Portion + Team
organization, we set out to streamline and unify team budgets. First with the
goal of reducing team managers' workload and expectations, and second, to
ensure a consistent and fiscally responsible approach to families' money and
the player experience. Furthermore, obtaining many of these resources through
an association provides a larger discount for committing to a significant
quantity or commitment. There will be more money paid to the association, but a
significant decrease in the team portion in comparison to previous years.
As a registered
non-profit organization, the CGHA does not seek financial gain from its
membership but rather ensures that fees are as reasonable as possible. For more
information on the costs of playing rep, please visit our website here.
New to Rep? Want to Learn More?
The CGHA will be hosting an information session for families in the House League program who would like to learn more about Rep on March 27, 2023, at the Garnet B. Rickard Complex at 6:30 p.m.
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Good luck! We can't wait to see you at the rink.