CENTRAL REGISTRY NOW OPEN, PLUS UPDATES ON FEMALE B-LEVEL HOCKEY AND END-OF-YEAR PROVINCIAL TOURNAMENT
Jun. 20, 2019
FEMALE HOCKEY CENTRAL REGISTRY FOR 2019-20 SEASON NOW OPEN
All players planning to play Female Hockey next season must sign up by July 21
The Female Hockey Central Registry is now open for the 2019-20 hockey season. All players who plan on playing Female Hockey in Nova Scotia during the 2019-20 season must sign up through the registry.
For further details on the Female Hockey Central Registry, please scroll down.
The Female Hockey Central Registry was introduced in 2015 to help improve the administration of the female game in Nova Scotia. By signing up earlier in the year, players allow leagues and executive committees to organize more efficiently which helps get teams on the ice sooner.
As always, this process is completely free.
BRAND NEW LEVEL OF HOCKEY: B-LEVEL HOCKEY
This season, a brand new level of hockey will be offered to Female Hockey players: B-level hockey.
This new level of hockey will create three levels of play in the Female Hockey structure: AA, A, and B.
This change will help better ensure that all levels of our games are competitive and that players are playing against others players of a similar skillset.
NEW END-OF-YEAR PROVINCIAL TOURNAMENT STRUCTURE
This season, a new end-of-year provincial tournament will also be used to settle provincial champions at the AA, A, and B-levels.
The event will be held at the Pictou County Wellness Centre in New Glasgow from Friday, March 6 to Sunday, March 8.
The weekend is a celebration of the female game and will see all Female Hockey provincial tournaments played under one roof.
For more information on the new provincial format, please contact your local Regional Director or Conference Coordinator on Hockey Nova Scotia's Female Council.
IMPORTANT: Please note that once you have registered your daughter properly, you will receive a registration confirmation via email. If you have not received this confirmation, you have not registered properly and must do so again.
FEMALE CAPE BRETON (includes players who live within the borders of the Glace Bay MHA, Northside and District MHA, New Waterford MHA, Sydney MHA, Cape Breton County MHA, )
FEMALE FUNDY-HIGHLAND (includes players who live within the borders of the Truro MHA, Pictou County MHA, Tatamagouche MHA, Cumberland County MHA, South Colchester MHA, West Colchester MHA, and Parrsboro MHA)
FEMALE QUAD COUNTIES (includes players who live within the borders of the Strait Richmond MHA, Antigonish MHA, Canso MHA, and Cape Breton West MHA)
METRO EAST INFERNO FEMALE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION FEMALE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (includes players who live within the borders of the Dartmouth MHA, Eastern Shore MHA, East Hants MHA, and Cole Harbour MHA)
METRO WEST FORCE FEMALE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (includes players who live within the borders of the Halifax Hawks MHA, Sackville MHA, Chebucto MHA, TASA MHA, and Bedford MHA)
***PLEASE NOTE: Metro West registration begins in July.
VALLEY WILD FEMALE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (includes players who live within the borders of the Clare-Digby MHA, Western Valley MHA, West Hants MHA, and Acadia MHA)
FEMALE WESTERN (players who live within the borders of the includes South Shore MHA, Chester MHA, Shelburne MHA, Yarmouth MHA, Clare-Digby MHA, and Queens MHA)
IMPORTANT: All players planning to play Female Hockey during the 2019-20 season must sign up by August 9, 2019.
Here is how the registry works: Female players will sign up online with one of seven geographical zones (or Female Hockey Associatiions) based on where they live. Registration is done online through the Hockey Canada Online Registry.
When players have signed up with their respective Female Hockey Zone, they will be placed on teams by our Female Hockey Committees (or, if you are in Metro West, Metro East or the Valley, you will be placed on a team by your Female Hockey Association). When a team has been formed, it will then be assigned back to a Minor Hockey Association in the Female Hockey Zone (or Female Hockey Association for players in Metro West, Metro East and Valley). Players will pay their registration to their assigned Minor Hockey Association (while players in Metro West, Metro East and the Valley will pay their Female Hockey Association).
If you have any questions about the registration process, please contact your local Regional Director or Conference Coordinator on Hockey Nova Scotia's Female Council.