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Minor Hockey

Are you a newcomer to the sport of hockey, a new resident of Alberta, or recently moved within Alberta to a new community? Hockey Alberta governs competition in amateur hockey in various divisions, including:

  • Midget Male/Female: For the 2017-18 season, open to Players born in 2000 and subsequent years.
  • Bantam Male/Female: For the 2017-18 season, open to Players born in 2003 and subsequent years
  • Peewee Male/Female: For the 2017-18 season, open to Players born in 2005 and subsequent years
  • Atom Male/Female: For the 2017-18 season, open to Players born in 2007 and subsequent years
  • Novice: For the 2017-18 season, open to Players born in 2009 and subsequent years
  • Initiation: For the 2017-18 season, open to Players born in 2011 and subsequent years

Hockey Alberta has more than 180 Minor Hockey Associations (MHA) across the province, each with established geographical boundaries. MHAs are organized into nine zones, again based on geography. The MHA with which you will register depends on your residential address.

Not sure where to go or who to contact to register? Here’s what to do:

  1. Check the Hockey Alberta Zone Map.
  2. Determine the Zone in which you live, and contact the Zone Minor Administration Coordinator. If you are not sure of your zone, contact the Hockey Alberta office.
  3. Contact your MHA for all the information you need to register. Many MHAs have their own websites which provide valuable information to their members.

MHA WEBSITES >

Minor Regulations >


Minor Hockey Leagues

Central Alberta Hockey League >

North Central Minor Hockey Association >

Northeastern Alberta Hockey League >

Northern Alberta Interlock League >

1660 Hockey League >

All Peace Hockey League >

Spud League >

Hockey Edmonton >

Hockey Calgary >