General Information (Highland Storm)

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Welcome to the HSHMA 2020/2021 hockey season!

Registration will be split into two sessions this year with the first session running October 5th - December 21st, 2020.
Please check out the following document HighlandStormReturntoplay123.pdf to view the Covid-19 Return to Hockey Framework Highland Storm has submitted and has now been approved. 

Registration is now closed however we do have some openings within the cohorts, your player may be placed on a waitlist if the cohort is currently full.   To register, go to the following link:…/default.aspx

*Please note that registration for Initiation I has not opened yet and further details will come out shortly for this program

Interested in the Ontario Hockey Federation updates and plan to roll out the Return to Hockey Framework, please review this document:…/nfvnttvl/ohf-return-to-hockey_v2.pdf

2020/21 Registration Fees

Registration will be split into two sessions this year. The first session will run from October 5, 2020 to December 21, 2021.  All players will be permitted two, 1-hour ice time slots weekly. The initial two weeks of play will be based on skill development.  After the initial two weeks, one ice slot will continue to focus on skill development and the second ice slot will be a house league game within your cohort.  
Registration Fees for the first session will be $225.00. Please note that parents will not be asked to contribute any additional fees to their team throughout the first session, such as tournament, ref, time keeper fees etc.
Session #2 will be rolled out as new Covid-19 policies are announced and will begin after a 2 week period over Christmas Break.  Session #2 fees will be announced as soon as more details are confirmed.

Payment Options

Payment options include: Cash, Cheque, Credit Card (on-line registrations only) or e-transfer to: [email protected]

Cheques are to be made payable to: Highland Storm Minor Hockey Association

Need Assistance? The Jump Start Big Play Program provides funding for registration and equipment for eligible applicants. Visit to see if you qualify.

Registration Requirements:

  • Respect in Sport (RIS) Parent Certification is required in order for a child to play hockey. A minimum of 1 parent MUST complete the RIS Parent Certification before registering a player. If you do not have your certification, please visit
  • Modified Ice Programs for Initiation, Minor Novice and Novice players will include cross-ice and half ice programming.

Registration Questions?

Please email: [email protected]  

This is our game! Keep Calm and Storm On!

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