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If you have extra funds in your kitty, or your child has completted his/her minor hockey career, you can request funds from the kitty to pay for an education or other sport related expense.

You should not request funds from your kitty if you do not have extra funds and have children still playing minor hockey.

In order to access kitty funds, please fill out the google form below.

Kitty Reimbursement Form

Age on Dec. 31 of Current Hockey Season Age Division
4 Under-7 (U7) - IP4
5 Under-7 (U7) - IP5
6 Under-7 (U7) - IP6
7 Under-9 (U9) - Novice
8
9 Under-11 (U11) - Atom
10
11 Under-13 (U13) - Pee Wee
12
13 Under-15 (U15) - Bantam
14
15 Under-18 (U18) - Midget
16
17

 

Click here to go to the Hockey Canada web site for more information.

If you are no longer involved with hockey, send an email to admin@antigonishminorhockey.ca and ask to be removed from the Minor hockey system.

 

If you just don’t want to receive emails, then you our the member of your family with an account on the web site must log into the website and go to the Family Profile page.  From there, go to the Family Members section and find the family member that wishes to have their subscription status changed.  On the Actions menu option to the right of the member, choose edit.  From here you can change the users email address and check or uncheck the option to receive email.

Here is a video with instructions on running the clock at the KMC. KMC Clock

Linking Accounts:

If you are likely the only person from your household who will be managing your family's activities on the site, you can make one account for yourself and then add everyone, including your spouse, parent, etc. as a family member and manage registrations for them.

If more than one adult in your household also wants to manage registrations, they can create their own account and be linked to your family. The family members should only be created on one account.

Steps:

Person 1 makes an account, can start adding family members before or after linking
Person 2 makes an account
Person 1 goes to the MyHome page and selects "Link Account"
Person 1 links Person 2 to their account via email address
Now both people can manage the account, including adding/editing/registering family members
Person 1 will be able to view and manage linked account on their MyHome page. 

This can be done with multiple accounts, so if other adults in your "Family" needs access, ex. grandparents, other caregivers. 

Here is a manual with instructions for running the clock at the Arena Arena Clock

In order to go on the ice to help you must have skates, and a helmet. It is also recommended that you have hockey gloves and a stick.

Click here for more information on what equipment is required.

 

Antigonish Minor Hockey has gear that can be borrowed. If you wish to borow gear please contact our Equipment Manager through the following email address:

Equipment@antigonishminorhockey.ca

The first step in registering is to create an account on the Antigonish Minor Hockey web site.  

  1. Click the Create an Account option in the upper right corner of the web page.  If you are on a mobile device you may have to click the menu button in the upper right corner to bring up the popup menu.
  2. Enter your First Name, Last Name, a valid email address and a password, then click the Register button.
  3. An email will be sent to the email you provided to confirm your registration.  Click the link in this email to confirm your registration and you account will become active.

    Note: If you do not see the email, check your junk folder as some email systems tag emails like this as junk email.

The second step is to create/enter your Family/Household* information.  

  1. Log in with your account and then go to the My Home page of the web site.  You should see this option in the upper left corner of the page, or at the top of the dropdown menu on a mobile device.
  2. On the My Home page you will see a Family Management section. Click the Family Information link and you will go to a page where you can create your Family Profile. 
  3. Enter a name for your family.  We recommend using the guardians names for the family name.  For example Bobby and Melissa Orr.
  4. Enter your address information as well as an email address that will be associated with your AMHA lottery account.  It is important that this email address is correct in order to make sure your account gets credited with lottery funds.
  5. Once all the information is entered, click the Submit button and you will go to the Family Profile page.

Note: When creating a household it should be the primary address for all members of that household.  We understand their are circumstances where there is shared custody of a child and could be listed under two addresses, however HNS has a requirement to have the Primary address of a member due to boundary restrictions on where a child can play.

The third step is to add family members to your Household. You must add a Primary(Adult) to the family profile in order to be able to register a child for hockey.  This is required as at least one parent must have the Parent Respect In sport certification in order to register with Hockey Nova Scotia.

  1. Click the Add Family Member button.
  2. Enter the information requested on the form.  
  3. For Family Role there can only be one Adult(Primary) in a family.  All other adults should be listed as Adult(Other).
  4. For Position please choose Skater or Goalie for your child.  For an adult wishing to volunteer with a team you can choose the role on the team you wish to volunteer as.  If you do not want to volunteer with a team, leave this value set to None.
  5. For Email and Phone Number, it is not necessary to enter the phone number or email address for a child unless you want the coach/manager to have the ability to contact them directly, however any adults who wished to be notified need to have a valid email address entered and the Recieve Email option checked.
  6. Once all the information is entered, click the Save button.

The final step is to register your child for a program for the upcoming season.  

  1. Once Registration is open, you will see a Registration option on the right side of the table containing the family members.  Click this menu to see a list of options for registering.
  2. Choose the program you wish to register that member.
  3. Once this is done, your child is now regiistered for AMHA.  Should you change your mind you can unregister your child if you do so before they are assigned to a team/group within AMHA.  Once that happens you must contact the Registrar in order to withdraw from AMHA.

 

AMHA offers goalies who have there own equipment a discount on registration fees for minor hockey.

AMHA House league goalies do not get a dicount as the registration fees for House League are lower than the Rep Goalie registration fees.

Rep. Hockey refers to the team being a travel team that would play against other teams in the same age group and skill level outside of Antignish.

Female refers to the team being open to female participants only.

For more information on levels please follow the link below to Hockey Nova Scotia's information page.

What I need to know about division and skill levels of hockey.

House League hockey refers to a program when the players do not travel outside of Antignish for games.

Minor (Mixed) refers to the team being open to both male and female participants.

House League players normally have 1 skills session per week and 1 house league game per week.  

House league players also normally have a jamboree at Christmas and then another jamboree at the end of the season.

 

AMHA offers goalies who have there own equipment a discount on registration fees for minor hockey.  AMHA House league goalies do not get a dicount as the registration fees for House League are lower than the Rep Goalie registration fees.

Rep. Hockey refers to the team being a travel team that would play against other teams in the same age group and skill level outside of Antignish.

Minor (Mixed) refers to the team being open to both male and female participants.

For more information on levels please follow the link below to Hockey Nova Scotia's information page.

What I need to know about division and skill levels of hockey.

Rep. Hockey refers to the team being a travel team that would play against other teams in the same age group and skill level outside of Antigonish.

Minor (Mixed) refers to the team being open to both male and female participants.

For more information on levels please follow the link below to Hockey Nova Scotia's information page.

What I need to know about division and skill levels of hockey.

Sledge/Para Hockey is a 10 week program that normally has 5 house league games before Christmas and 5 games after Christmas.  These games are played with novice age players, normally on Sunday mornings after the Novice House league games.

Sledge/Para participents also participate in a game during the Novice Jamboree as well as games at the end of season Novice House league jamboree.

U-7 refers to this program being for children who are under the age of 7 years

Mixed refers to the group being open to both male and female participants.

For more information on levels please follow the link below to Hockey Nova Scotia's information page.

What I need to know about division and skill levels of hockey.

  1. Click the Create an Account option in the upper right corner of the web page.  If you are on a mobile device you may have to click the menu button in the upper right corner to bring up the popup menu.
  2. Enter your First Name, Last Name, a valid email address and a password, then click the Register button.
  3. An email will be sent to the email you provided to confirm your registration.  Click the link in this email to confirm your registration and you account will become active.

    Note: If you do not see the email, check your junk folder as some email systems tag emails like this as junk email.

 

Rep. Hockey refers to the team being a travel team that would play against other teams in the same age group and skill level outside of Antignish.

Female refers to the team being open to female participants only.

For more information on levels please follow the link below to Hockey Nova Scotia's information page.

What I need to know about division and skill levels of hockey.

House League hockey refers to a program when the players do not travel outside of Antigonish for games.

Female refers to the team being open to female participants only.

House League players normally have 1 skills session per week and 1 house league game per week.  

House league players also normally have a jamboree at Christmas and then another jamboree at the end of the season.

Learn To Play is a 8 week program than normally starts after Christmas. The program was introduces as an extension of the MultiSport program but is open to anyone wishing to try hockey.