General Information (South Dundas Minor Hockey)

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Registration for the 2023-2024 season is OPEN.  Registration ends July 31st.

Age level is based on the age of the child as of December 31st, 2023.
NEW!!! All registrants (new and returning) must follow this link to register online: Spordle My Account

New players (never have played minor hockey before) will need to create a Spordle account, and then follow this link: SDMHA Spordle Page. Once there, click Register Now and then Register a New Participant.

2023/2024 Registration Fees
Year Born Fee
U7 2017, 2018, 2019 $500
U9 2015, 2016 $700
U11 2013, 2014 $700
U13 2011, 2012 $750
U15 2009, 2010 $750
U18 2006, 2007, 2008 $750

NEW for 2023/2024: those players interested in trying out for B Rep will be responsible for an additional $50.00 tryout fee.  This fee includes tryout jersey, and a guarantee of three ice times.  If your player is interested in trying out, please select this during registration in Spordle. 

1. E-Transfer - your invoice has the details to complete this payment option; or
2. Credit Card - paid online via Spordle

No player will be allowed to participate in any on-ice activities until complete registration fees have been paid in full or arrangements have been made with Registrar.  If financial arrangements are required, please contact our Registrar, Lezley McCann:[email protected]

Early Registration is essential for SDMHA Executive to make informed decisions for the formation of teams and ice allocation for the upcoming hockey season.

RSL KINGS or UC Cyclones: if your child is trying out for Kings or Cyclones, you must indicate this during the online registration process.  DO NOT PAY our Association's hockey fee, select E-TransferIf your player does not make the Kings or Cyclones team and wishes to play within our Association, payment must be made via E-Transfer or Credit Card.

Refund Policy: For a refund, contact our Registrar at [email protected] to discuss the process. 
Note: SDMHA reserves the right to refuse refunds to any player leaving hockey for disciplinary reasons at any time


Hockey Eastern Ontario (HEO) has implemented RESPECT IN SPORT (RIS PARENT PROGRAM) for new participants in hockey and any players transferred from another association that have not completed the RIS Parent Program.  The Association does not cover the cost of this program.

At least one parent or guardian of a participant of each household of new registrant(s) must take the on-line "Respect in Sport (RIS) Parent Program".  The RIS Parent Program can be found here: HEO Respect in Sport - Parent

Note: RESPECT IN SPORT (ACTIVITY LEADER/COACH PROGRAM) is a separate program/qualification

Consistent with the 2019-20 season Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport requirements and in line with
the Rowan’s Law Act and Regulations, every player, parent, Team Official and On-Ice Official must review HEO’s Concussion Code of Conduct and the appropriate Concussion Awareness Resource in order to register/participate. HEO is in full support of the intent of Rowan’s Law to create awareness of concussion, change the culture on concussion and provide safe sport participation. The requirements for the 2023-24 season remain the same:

  • All Registered Participants registering or volunteering after July 1, 2019 must have completed a review of the information and acknowledgement prior to registration/participation.
  • Players and Team Officials will be required to review the material in person or on-line and sign the HEO Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement Form prior to being eligible to Register/participate.
  • It will be the responsibility of the Minor Hockey Association/League/Team to retain a copy of the Acknowledgement Form

Please contact our Registrar, Lezley McCann at [email protected]