Registration for the 2020-21 Season will begin on July 1, 2020 at 12:00pm

**Please note all information below is from the 2019-20 Season.    Information will be updated after the SVHA AGM on June 23**

**If you are new to SVHA please review the "How to Register" below**


Contact if you have questions or need any assistance

General Information

Registration Periods:

Early Bird:      July 1 – July 31
Regular:          August 1 – August 15
Late:                August 16 – August 31


Communities In SVHA:

Communities that fall into SVHA boundaries are: Carrington, Coventry Hills, Country Hills Village, Evanston, Hanson Ranch, Kincora, Livingston, Nolan Hill, Panorama Hills, Sage Hill, Sherwood.

Fees & Payment

Please note - these are the fees from the 2019-20 Season.   Fees will be updated after the June 23, 2020 AGM.

Age CategoryVolunteer DepositEarly BirdRegular FeeLate Fee
Timbit (5/6)$300  $750.00 $850.00 $950.00
Novice (7/8)$300  $1,000.00 $1,100.00 $1,200.00
Novice House League (7/8)- $675.00 $675.00 $675.00
Atom (9/10)$300  $1,025.00 $1,125.00 $1,225.00
Atom House League (9/10)- $675.00 $675.00 $675.00
Peewee (11/12)$300  $1,125.00 $1,225.00 $1,325.00
Bantam (13/14)$300  $1,125.00 $1,225.00 $1,325.00
Midget (15/16/17)$300  $1,125.00 $1,225.00 $1,325.00
Junior- $900.00$900.00 $1,000

Payment Information:

  • If your payment has not been received by August 31, your registration will be cancelled and we will NOT be contacting you for evaluations, no EXCEPTIONS


  • Registration is done ONLINE only utilizing Teamsnap
  • Payments will be accepted by one the following:
    1. Online thru Teamsnap during the registration process via MasterCard or Visa.   
    2. We will be accepting THREE (3) equal installments by Pre-Authorized Debit (A void cheque and set up through our local ATB branch). This is available only for players registered prior to July 28.   Payment dates  will be August 15, September 30 and October 30.    Please contact PRIOR to registration for details.
    3. Payments will be accepted by money order or cheque.   Please mail money order or cheque to the following address:

Box #216
300, 8120 Beddington Blvd NW
Calgary, Alberta T3K 2A8
Attn: Registration

IMPORTANT: If you choose to pay with Money Order/Cheque it must be received by SVHA before the close of the applicable registration window (Early Bird, Regular), otherwise your registration will be changed to reflect the higher fee.

IMPORTANT: If you choose to pay by Pre-Authorized Debit Installments, arangements must be made by contacting to process your payment before July 28

Bantam & Midget AA or AAA Calgary Northstars tryouts:

  • Players who are trying out for AA or AAA teams in the Calgary Northstars Hockey Association (CNHA) are required to register with SVHA as well as CNHA.
  • You will NOT need to pay for your registration until you know if your player will be playing in SVHA.  Choose "Offline Payment" as your method of Payment during registration process, but DO NOT send money.
  • You must register before July 31 in order to qualify for the “Early Bird Discount”, if you don't you will be charged the full fee.
  • If you are registering multiple players, please register your children separately. This will keep the amount owing at checkout to just the players not trying out for CNHA
  • You MUST notify the registrar at if you are returning to SVHA from CNHA tryouts, otherwise you will NOT be allowed to evaluate.

Financial Aid

Do you require financial assistance?

Families that require financial assistance may apply to one of the below stated programs.  Hockey Calgary provides funding only through the Flames Even Strength Program application.  You will be required to complete your FESP application online and submit it directly to Hockey Calgary.

FESP funding for 2019 - 2020 is set at a maximum of $700.00.

Any member applying for financial assistance must contact prior to registering so fees can be adjusted.


Flames Even Strength Program/KidSport:

The Flames Even Strength Program helps families cover the cost of hockey registration fees thanks largely to title sponsor, the Calgary Flames - Flames Foundation for Life.  This program has given away more than $2,300,000.00 to children in need since 1998.  Families who want to apply for this funding must complete the online FESP form.

***  The application process is now open for the 2019-20 season.  The process is an online form submitted directly to Hockey Calgary for review.  Click here for instructions on how to complete the 2019 Flames Even Strength Assistance form.

Click here for the 2019 Flames Even Strength Assistance form (fillable form can also be found on the Hockey Calgary website).  Make sure that all of your documents are uploaded otherwise your application will be denied.

Please note that your financial assistance information is kept strictly confidential.



If you are approved for financial assistance and require equipment for your player/goalie you may request assistance through Comrie's Sports Equipment Bank.  Anyone that qualifies for the Flames Even Strength Program also qualifies for Comrie’s Sports Equipment Bank.   Please contact for further information.

SVHA 2019-20 Raffle


1. SVHA Board has decided to run another raffle for the 2019-20 season.

2. Any team fundraising is in addition to the association raffle.

3. The raffle is expected to run Oct 1 2019 – Jan 1 2020.

4. The team manager and/or raffle coordinator (new volunteer position) shall hand out one (1) ticket packet (15 tickets per packet) to the guardian of each registrant on their team. No pre-payment is necessary.

5. For each ticket sold, tentatively SVHA will retain 50% and return 50% to your team. For example, a team of 16 players get allocated 15 raffle tickets each, and tickets are fully sold, which would gross $2400 in sales (16 players x 15 tickets x $10 = $2400), of which SVHA would retain $1200 and return $1200 to the team. This money can be spent on AGLC approved expenses (ice, development etc).

6. We are requesting full ticket sales in order to balance the budget. Depending on the success of the raffle SVHA may retain a larger percentage if sales are lower, however the previous raffle was very successful and we anticipate this to be repeated.

7. Prizes are still to be confirmed, but tentatively will be as follows:

First Prize = $5000

Second Prize = $4000

Third Prize = $3000

4 - 10th Prize = $1000

11 - 15th Prize = $500

8. Tickets to be drawn tentatively January 11, 2020 at Vivo for Healthier Generations (11950 Country Village Link NE, Calgary, AB T3K 6E3).

9. Further communication to follow during the start of the season.


Refund Policy

If a player is withdrawn for the hockey season, a refund of a percentage of registration fees may be available, subject to the following policy.

Refunds will not be provided for missed games or for portions of the hockey season (this includes player suspensions).  Once a player has been withdrawn, they will NOT be permitted to register again with SVHA until the following Hockey Calgary season.

To initiate a formal request for a registration fee refund, parents are required to email highlighting “REQUEST FOR REFUND” in the subject line, identifying the player involved, and explaining the reason for withdrawal.    A review of the date and nature of the request will be completed.

It is acknowledged that extenuating circumstances can sometimes occur (e.g. player injuries, parent work transfers).  If required, a doctor’s note will need to be emailed separately to If the request is due to medical disablement a refund will be processed and returned to you within 30 days of your request.

A non-refundable administration fee of $100.00 will be applied to all registration fee refunds, except under the following situations:

  • Successful Calgary Northstars Hockey Association player try-outs;
  • SVHA-initiated player releases; or
  • As deemed warranted by the Board of Directors due to extenuating circumstances.

The percentage of registration fees eligible for refund will be determined by the date SVHA receives the formal request for registration fee refund, as follows:

Prior to First Evaluation Ice Time 100%
Prior to Last Evaluation Ice Time 75%
Prior to Team Placement 50%
Prior to Roster Submission to Hockey Calgary 25%
On or after Roster Submission 0%


The Board of Directors reserves the right to review individual requests for registration fee refund, and to determine refund amounts accordingly.

May 2019 - Supersedes Members Handbook August 2014

Respect in Sport Parent

What is the Respect in Sport Parent Program?

Respect in Sport for Parents provides information on a parent's natural influence over their child, and the role they play in their child's enjoyment of a sport or activity. The program also provides parents with tools to evaluate their own behaviour.

When do I have to take the course?

You are required to take the online course before you register online!  It is a mandatory requirement for Hockey Calgary and without taking the course you will not be able to complete your online registration.

Click Here to take the Respect in Sport Course

Does the course expire?

Yes all Respect In Sport Certifications are only valid for 3 years.  If you took the course prior to 2015 you will need to recertify

Is There a Cost?

There is a $12.00 which the parent must pay.

I took the course, why is it not linked to my children?

You will need to log back into your Respect In Sport account and update your "Child Management" under your profile.   and update your profile to link your children.  

Click Here

I took the course with another sport, is that RIS number valid?

Yes if you took the RIS Parent Program through another sport like baseball, then you can transfer that information to your account.  To transfer a certificate from another organization to Hockey Alberta's parent program you will need to go to the Parent Respect in Sport Link. and follow the instructions.

Help Desk

If you require additional technical assistance with program operation or computer glitches please call the 24/7 Help Desk. The service is in both English and French.

Website: Respect in Sport Support

Northstars – Quadrant Hockey

“Quadrant Elite” is made up of 4 hockey associations in Calgary for high level players, Bantam through Junior age. The cost to play quadrant hockey is substantially more than community, most teams have travel requirements, more practices and games, and off ice training. Players must tryout for these teams. 

SVHA falls under the Calgary Northstars Hockey Association.

Registration for the Northstars typically opens in June.  For more information please go to the Calgary Northstars Hockey Association.

Players trying out for Quadrant Hockey must register directly with the Calgary Northstars Hockey Association.  These players MUST ALSO register with SVHA to facilitate our evaluation process.  Please register online and be sure to indicate that you are trying out for Quadrant Hockey when prompted.   

If you player makes a Calgary NorthStar Team:

  • Notify so that your registration can be deleted from the SVHA registration system.

If your player does not make a Calgary NorthStar Team:

  • Notify admin@svha ASAP so that your registration can be activated and the player added to the SVHA evaluation process.
  • Pay for SVHA fees

It is the player/parent's responsibility to inform SVHA that they have made the Northstars team or that they are returning to SVHA.  Please email

North Central Hockey League


The Flames Community House League is a partnership between the Calgary Flames organization, Hockey Calgary and our member associations.  The goal is to provide recreational players the opportunity to play organized hockey that is affordable, fun and safe with moderate time commitments allowing for participation in other social, academic or recreational activities. It also provides players with limited skills and knowledge an introduction to the game in a less intimidating format.

The program is regionally based, offers participants a chance to play the great game of hockey with less time and travel commitments.


North Central House League - Novice and Atom ONLY


For the 2014-2015 hockey season Hockey Calgary piloted a House League program in Simons Valley, Bow River, and West Calgary (Trails West, Glenlake and Springbank). For the 2015-2016 hockey season, Hockey Calgary has expanded this program to all associations.  McKnight Hockey, Simons Valley Hockey and Calgary Saints Hockey formed the NEW "North Central House League" which is in conjunction with Hockey Calgary.   Each association will supply Atom and Novice teams to the program to play each other.

This is an optional League and is separate from the Minor Hockey Leagues in Calgary. Some of the highlights include:

  • In this House League Program players will have fewer ice times, relatively fixed dates and times and less travel time.
  • All teams will be balanced equally and play in one division.
  • Players are sorted from all 3 associations onto teams to make the numbers as even as possible.  This means that the team your child is placed on may not be in their home association. As an example, if you registered with Simons Valley your player could be placed on a team that may be based out of the McKnight or Saints arenas.
  • We will be taking into consideration friend requests but cannot guarantee that they will end up on the same team.
  • The season will run from approximately the beginning of October to the end of March.
  • All teams will have one practice and one game per week, and the season will end with all teams playing in a tournament style playoff prior to the end of the season. Days and times will be fixed (as available ice allows) so that families can plan ahead with a reasonable knowledge of how their schedule will look.
  • The league will emphasize fun hockey with no stats or standings and will still provide high quality coaching by certified coaches and competitive games where all players will have the opportunity to improve their skills.
  • All associations will charge a reduced registration fee of $675.00 per player.
  • Additional practice ice, tournaments and exhibition games beyond what the league provides will not be permitted.
  • Both the Novice and Atom leagues will be sanctioned by Hockey Calgary and players will be properly registered and insured within Hockey Calgary.
  • Demand is expected to be high and thus space will be provided on a first-come basis. Associations may have a maximum player allotment for this program to balance team sizes and may be required to assign your child to the traditional program.


House League Players can expect:

  1. Novice (7 & 8 yrs) and Atom (9 & 10 yrs) divisions only.
  2. Reduced rate of $675.00 for the season.
  3. One practice per week, on a specific day. Ice times for the season will be based on which team you are placed on.
  4. One game per week on a Saturday or Sunday morning.  House games will only be against other McKnight, Simons Valley and Calgary Saints House teams within the division.
  5. All games will be refereed.
  6. Ice times will be 60 minutes in length.
  7. Ice times will be scheduled for the entire season. Total of 30 ice times per season (15 practices and 15 games).
  8. Ice times will commence in October and end in March.
  9. Attempts will be made to balance each team.  There will be no ranking of House teams.
  10. There will be player “sorting” at the beginning of the season which will be required to balance the House teams. Each association will make every effort to ensure that all teams consist of similar skilled players (outliers may be moved at set times during the season).
  11. Cash Calls will be limited only to the funding of team apparel, trophies/medals and team building events. No team fundraising is allowed. The purchase of ice for additional practices, exhibition games and tournaments will not be permitted.
  12. House teams will not be sanctioned to play in any tournaments (in Calgary or outside of Calgary) or any exhibition games.
  13. Ideal team size is 16.
  14. Friend requests are allowed, Associations will do their best to accommodate but cannot make any guarantees.
  15. Goalie rotation will be allowed in both Novice and Atom, and associations will provide necessary goalie equipment for both age groups. [If you child wants to play goalie full time in Atom, we will do our best to accommodate that; however, in this situation equipment will NOT be provided. The rotation of goalies in this program is to create additional interest as we see a city wide shortage in our younger age groups.]
  16. Teams will wear their association jerseys during all games.
  17. Socks and a team photo memory mate will be included in fees.
  18. Games will follow all Hockey Calgary Rules and games will adhere to the standard Hockey Canada Fair Play Codes.
  19. McKnight Hockey, Simons Valley Hockey and Calgary Saints Hockey will support their House League teams. Volunteers may be required for the House League and each Association Volunteer Policy will apply to House League teams in the same manner as Minor Hockey teams.
  20. Coaching certification requirements are the same for House League and Community Hockey. Please refer to Hockey Calgary Coaching Requirements. [Requirements include Respect In Sport - Coach program (online), Safety program (online), Coach Stream, or equivalent (online and classroom/on-ice), Checking Skills for Atom ONLY (online and classroom/on-ice)]. Coach certification are reimbursable through the individual Hockey Association.
  21. Coaching selection will be managed through each association. If you are interested in coaching for a House team, please refer to your association website or contact your association for more details.
  22. In order for the House League to continue to move forward, we require a minimum of 16 players per team. Teams may be formed by combining registrations between the associations. We do reserve the right to cancel the House League if we do not meet this minimum registration requirements.


Registration for the House League is the same as the Minor Hockey registration.  Every Community District in Calgary is designated to a Hockey Calgary Community Hockey Association.  If you do not know which Association you belong to, please refer to the Calgary Association List (found on the Hockey Calgary website, under the Registrations tab).  Each Community Hockey Association website will also detail their online registration process.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Association registration contact listed below.


This is an optional program for Novice and Atom divisions only. You can elect to choose to play within the House League or the Minor Hockey League.  Players are only able to participate in one league for the duration of the hockey season.  Players may only change leagues between hockey seasons.

Simons Valley Hockey Association

contact:        Sarah Palinkas, Administrator


registration:  July 1 - September 24, 2019

McKnight Hockey Association


contact:        TBD, House Division Coordinator


registration:  July 1 - September 24, 2019

Calgary Saints Hockey Association


contact:        Christina Blumhagen, Administrator & Registrar


registration:  July 1 - September 24, 2019



I am a RETURNING SVHA MEMBER AND Ready to Register

1.     Review the SVHA Volunteer Policy and Member Expectations/Fair Play 

2.     Click Here to Register

  • In order to register you will need to have a valid Respect In Sport Certificate
  • In order to register you will need to know your players Hockey Canada ID.
    • If you do not know your player Hockey Canada ID please click here

I am NEW TO HOCKEY or NEW PLAYER IN MY FAMILY that has never registered with any Hockey Association before 

​1.     Review the SVHA Volunteer Policy and Member Expectations/Fair Play 

2.     Complete the Respect In Sport course.   You will NOT be able to register until the course in complete - Respect In Sport Course

Please choose Simons Valley Hockey Association - DO NOT Choose Calgary Storm

​3.     Email the following information

  • Completed Parent Declaration
  • Picture of the player’s birth certificate or passport for proof of age
  • Picture of proof of residency x 2 (see below for list of acceptable items)

4.     Once all the above information is received the SVHA registrar will send you the link to register your player.


Acceptable Proof of Residence Items

  • Utility bill in your name (Cell Phone bills are not acceptable)
  • Proof of Community school enrollment
  • Current GST Statement or Income Tax Assessment
  • Homeowner/Rental Insurance statement  (If moving prior to the start of the season, a signed purchase/rental agreement with possession date.   If moving to a home under construction – a signed builder agreement with possession date)


***Please note that a Property Tax bill and Driver's License will not be accepted as Proof of Residence***

I am NEW TO SVHA in 2019 but I have played with another Association before

1.     Review the SVHA Volunteer Policy and Member Expectations/Fair Play 

2.     Email the following information

  • Completed Parent Declaration
  • Picture of the player’s birth certificate or passport for proof of age
  • Picture of proof of residency x 2 (see below for list of acceptable items)

3.    The SVHA registrar will then request a transfer to SVHA.   An email confirmation will be sent confirming the request has been made.

4.     The SVHA registrar will contact you when the transfer is complete and you are able to register with Simons Valley



Acceptable Proof of Residence Items

  • Utility bill in your name (Cell Phone bills are not acceptable)
  • Proof of Community school enrollment
  • Current GST Statement or Income Tax Assessment
  • Homeowner/Rental Insurance statement  (If moving prior to the start of the season, a signed purchase/rental agreement with possession date.   If moving to a home under construction – a signed builder agreement with possession date)


***Please note that a Property Tax bill and Driver's License will not be accepted as Proof of Residence***