Hockey Manitoba has created this Association Resource page to provide important information and assistance within the registration process. This page will continuously be updated so please check back often for updates!
It is mandatory that all minor hockey registration within Hockey Manitoba is done online through the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR). Access is granted to each MHA on a yearly basis and must be renewed at the beginning of each season. In order to do so you must first complete the three forms listed below under “Hockey Canada Registry”. Once these have been completed (and all outstanding balances have been cleared) access to the HCR will be granted.
Once access to the HCR has been granted it is very important to consult the Association Resources Manual. This has been established by Hockey Manitoba to assist Association Registrars with specific issues relating to branch registration and certification policies. This manual outlines the responsibilities of the MHA and Association Registrar as required by Hockey Manitoba. This also includes information about the use of the Hockey Canada Support Portal which will be your greatest resource tool when using the HCR.
The vast majority of Minor Hockey Associations have enabled their online registration, if your MHA has yet to do so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Each season the information specific to your MHA for the current season must be updated prior to opening registration to your members. For information on how this is done please visit the Hockey Canada Support Portal.
Hockey Canada Registry
2018-2019 MHA Contact Information Form
A listing of your MHA Executive Committee with contact information. This information is required by Hockey Manitoba each year to ensure ongoing communication with key association representatives. This must be completed at the beginning of the season and at any time there is a change to your Executive Committee.
2018-2019 MHA Confidentiality Agreement
The Confidentiality Agreement form must be completed by each specific individual requiring access to the HCR system from your MHA – DO NOT fill this form out for anyone other than yourself. This is a Privacy Agreement! This can only be done once the MHA President has completed the previous form. Under no circumstances may this agreement be completed or submitted by anyone, or on behalf of anyone, other than the individual named in the agreement.
2018-2019 MHA Membership Agreement and President’s Approval
ONLY THE PRESIDENT CAN FILL THIS FORM OUT! The MHA Membership Agreement and Request for Access Form must be completed and submitted by the MHA President. The HCR Access Form must have each individual’s name listed on the form who is requesting access the HCR system on behalf of your MHA. Individual HCR Access will not be granted without the submission of the Membership Agreement and Request for HCR Access Form.
IMPORTANT: Access to the HCR cannot be granted until each of the above forms have been completed by the appropriate designate.
Respect in Sport for Parents
The Respect in Sport for Parents is an effective and informative online training program for parents of active children. This unique certification program compliments Respect in Sport for Coaches/Activity Leaders by reinforcing a parents role in a child or youth’s activities, encouraging positive sport behaviors, and providing insight into the various roles other individuals (such as coaches and officials) play. This program empowers parents to ensure the safety of their children, encourage positive and effective communication, and to enhance a child’s fun and camaraderie of the activity.
Why Hockey Manitoba has implemented the Respect in Sport for Parents?
1. It further ensures your commitment to your number 1 priority: safety for participants
2. It enhances communication between parents and organization staff, coaches, officials, etc.
3. It helps our organization, staff and volunteers to mitigate liability
4. It provides parents supplementary knowledge about preparing a young athlete for practices, games and other activities
5. Helps to retain recreation leaders, coaches, officials and volunteers
6. It makes a values based statement on behalf of our organization to ALL stakeholders
RIS for Parents FAQs:
Please click here for Frequently Asked Questions.
Online Forms Administration
The link and user manual below relate to online forms for player transfers, overage applications, over 19/under 10 roster requests and travel permits.
Associations should direct Branch specific inquiries to email@example.com
Members having difficulty with registration should contact their local Minor Hockey Association.
Please note that specific technical support on the Respect in Sport Parent Program and the online registration system must be directed to the specific support links note above.