General Information (Burford Minor Hockey)

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Registration help:  email [email protected]
(PDF copies of birth certificates to be emailed to registrar)
Payment questions & help:  email [email protected]
General questions, and information about volunteering with any of the programs email [email protected]

                      2021/2022 SEASON - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

              Click above to access Burford Minor Hockey Online Store thru Hockey Canada 

****SELECT THE AGE YOUR ATHLETE WILL BE AS OF DEC 31, 2021*** eg. 13 years old as of Dec 31, 2021 is U14.

First time registering for hockey?
If your child has never played hockey before you have 2 choices for registration:
1.       Complete the online Parent Respect In Sport training (Respect in Sport Link - It takes about 3 hours) and then you can register your child online via the registration link below. Respect in Sport is required to be completed before the start of the season, as well as a copy of players Birth Certificate to be provided to the Registrar. ([email protected])  When registering for the Respect in Sport Program you MUST enter first and last name only as it appears on your child's birth certificate. You only need to complete this program once per lifetime. 
Respect in Sport for Hockey Canada Parents - Getting Started (


BURFORD Registration Page (

2.       Contact Jackie via email at [email protected] and provide your name, email, phone number, childs name birthdate as well as a copy of birth certificate and then complete the online Parent Respect in Sport at a later date. Keep in mind Resect in Sport must be completed before the player steps on the ice.

Closer to the start of the Program each participant will be contacted about what time they are to attend.

If your child has played in another center please ensure 1 parent in the house has completed the mandatory Respect in Sport Training in the past, if your not sure please contact  [email protected] to check.


Fees are as follows:

U5 Learn to Skate: $150.00 (per session) 
Session 1 - September to December
Session 2 - January to March

U6: $425.00+ $100 fundraising fee.
U7 (PRE-NOVICE or IP): $425.00 + $100 fundraising fee. 

U8 & U9 (NOVICE): $525.00 + $100 fundraising fee. 

U11 (ATOM): $625.00 + $100 fundraising fee. 

U13 (PEEWEE): $625.00 + $100 fundraising fee. 

U15 (BANTAM): $625.00 + $100 fundraising fee. 

U18 (MIDGET): $625.00 + $100 fundraising fee. 

U21 (JUVENILE):$625 + $100 fundraising fee.

Family Discounts - Burford Minor Hockey will be providing families with 3 or more players a $150 family discount. ($150 per family). Families must be fully paid for the year and can contact the treasurer to process the payment.

Paying your players 2021-2022 registration fees. 

Athletes that have not made payments by OCT. 02, 2021 will not be allowed onto the ice.

Payment Methods:

  • E-Transfer
  • Cheque
  • Cash

We have updated the Hockey Canada system with your player's fee's for the upcoming season and ask that you complete the following steps to retrieve your amount owing and use one of the above noted payment methods

Step 1 Retrieving your balance outstanding

Step 2 Select the payment method you prefer (E-Transfer, Cheque or Cash)

Step 3 Making Payment

  • E-Transfer Send your payment to [email protected]
    1. Use password burford2020
  • Cheque or Cash. Arrange delivery of your cheque or cash to the following individuals based on your oldest player's division
    1. Midget & Bantam U18-U15  Nelson Silva    ([email protected])
    2. Peewee, Atom & Novice U13-U11-U9  Mark Lange ([email protected])
    3. Pre-Novice, IP & Mini Mac U8-U7-U5 Learn to Skate Cara Reavely ([email protected])

Step 4 Receipts

  • Once your E-Transfer/Cheque or Cash has been accepted and processed, you will be sent an updated receipt through the Hockey Canada System.

Rep Fees There will be a $200 rep fee for those athletes whom made the Rep Teams This is for Rep and AE. This is payable to your team manager upon roster completion.


Should  Have any questions regarding your current invoice/ payment methods, please contact Mark Lange  at [email protected]

Payment Drop off Dates September-TBA

Cara Reavely, Jackie Milton and Mark Lange will be at Burford Arena to process your hockey invoices.

Athletes that have not made payments by OCT. 02, 2021 will not be allowed onto the ice.

All Athletes parents must read and understand the OMHA Covid Vaccine Policy. 
Click here for OMHA Vaccine Policy.

Refund Policy

In the event of a permanent stoppage of hockey due to the pandemic, refunds will be provided to parents based on the following guidelines.

·         Up to and including September 30th – 90% of registration
·         October 1st – October 31st 75% of registration
·         November 1st- December 1st 50% of registration
·         December 1st – 0% of registration Refund requests are subject to a minimum $100.00 administration charge.
  (This is in effect if your athlete choses not to participate in the sport of hockey and wants to drop out for the second half of a full season for any reason other then the current situation, any monies reimbursed from County of Brant due to the COVID 19 Pandemic such as ice fee's will be refunded). These are based on processing fee's, insurance costs as well as any fixed cots which the
BDMHA still has to cover regardless.

Please Note: Burford Minor Hockey Association will reassess its financial position throughout the hockey season and should a stoppage of hockey last an extended period of time or cancel the season, the board will review all fixed expenses and obligations and provide a financial update to parents.

"AAA" Permission To Skate forms:
Any players interested in trying out for AAA teams MUST get a permission to skate form from their home centre.  Pursuant to OMHA rules, any player requesting a Permission To Skate form must be pre-registered for the upcoming season with their home centre.  To request your Permission To Skate form please email the following information to [email protected]
Player name, Player Date of Birth, Last Team Played for, Team Trying Out For (please include age division)

NRP (Non-Resident Player) Passport:
Any players Peewee or above, interested in trying out for A/AA teams MUST get a NRP passport from their home centre.  Atom aged players and below are not eligible to tryout for A/AA.  The player will be eligible to tryout with the AA or A centre closest to the player's residence that is accepting NRP's based on the mileage from the player's residential address as recorded in the Hockey Canada Registry to the centre point of the AA or A centre.  All mileages are to be obtained via Google Maps.  Pursuant to the OMHA rules any players requesting a NRP Passport must be pre-registered for the upcoming season with their home centre.  To request your NRP Passport please email the following information to [email protected] 
Player name, Player Date of Birth, Last Team Played for, Team Trying Out For (please include age division) 

BDMHA Registration Assistance Program:
Through the generosity of local sponsors, funds are available to assist families in need with the cost of hockey registration fees for the children under their care. Eligibility for assistance will be determined based on the family's gross annual household income and the number of people in the home.  The availability of funds and the number of applications received for the upcoming season will determine what level of assistance that can be offered to eligible applicants.  Applications are available under the "Forms" section and should be completed and submitted to the BDMHA Executive along with the documentation noted on the application form, no later that September 1.

Other assistance on the links provided below.

Arnold Anderson Sport Fund

JumpStart by Canadian Tire


Kidsport Canada Kidsport

U5 Learn to Skate (one ice time per week for 10 weeks, first session begins in October; second session begins in Jan)

U5 Learn to Skate is a learn to skate program for beginner skaters aged 3-7.

The goal is to familiarize young skaters with the "on ice" experience. The arena introduces a variety of new challenges for our young skaters with bright lights, loud noises and cold temperatures. Some children will adapt quickly and for others this will take time. The program is designed as a group learning experience as opposed to one on one. Each skater is required to wear full CSA approved hockey equipment, including helmet, mask, mouth and neck guards. Although sticks may not be used early on in the program they could be used later. 

New skaters must provide a copy of their birth certificate

U7 (two ice times per week for 12 weeks, begins Tuesday September 28th 2020 at 6:30pm))

This program is for children with a basic skating knowledge aged 4-7
Full CSA approved hockey equipment is required including sticks. 
U7 Major and Minor teams will be selected after the first few ice times by coaching staff. 
These team will continue to practice and have weekly games against our Southern Counties affiliates. 

New skaters must provide a copy of their birth certificate. 

Parents and Spectators please be prepared to Scan the QR Code or forms at travelling centers. Every arena could be different at this time.

COVID 19 Resources:

County of Brant Guidelines


Hockey Canada Return to Hockey Guidelines

Hockey Canada Safety Guidelines