CYO Registration Opens June 15th, News (CYO Minor Hockey)

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CYO Registration Opens June 15th
Submitted By Nikki Chubaty on Thursday, June 13, 2019
Registration for the upcoming 2019/2020 CYO hockey season opens Saturday June 15th online (here on the website) or in-person at the CYO Office during office hours. DON'T MISS OUT ON OUR EARLY BIRD PRICING!

The CYO is once again offering early bird pricing until July 15th for our Novice to Midget players.

A minimum $200 deposit is required before August 15th to lock in your spot for allocation.  

Payment options include credit card (online) or cash or cheque in person. We are also working on an e-transfer option so stay tuned for more information on that!

Mite Hockey School (1 day/week) for ages 3-5 = $215

IP Initiation Program (2 days/week) for ages 5,6 = $350

Novice (2 days/week) for ages 7,8 = $425

Atom, Peewee, Bantam, and Midget = $500 EARLY BIRD PRICE - after July 15th it's $550

Juvenile = $499 (Individuals please register by contacting George Gadula at [email protected])

Alumni = $5,600 per team (Individuals please register by contacting George Gadula at [email protected])

Jr Ice Dogs (All ages) = $275

For more information on the ages, birth years, and cost breakdown, please visit our Registration Information page.

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