PSMHA registration fees is done in two parts so we can ensure fair and accurate fees for the level of play your player will be placed in.
PSMHA registration fees are based on components such as ice time, equipment, officials scheduling, league fees, SHA fees, administration costs etc.
For the Novice, Atom, Pee wee, Bantam and Midget age groups, the initial (first) instalment - $600 due paid at season registration this past spring and summer. Now that teams have been rostered, the second instalment registration is now available online. These fee are due by November 30th.
Note: Goalies who do not wish to receive game sock, please use discount code 'NOSOCKS' at check out.
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New to this season, PSMHA has rolled out full season schedules. Teams received their schedules back in mid-October allowing teams to plan there entire season accordingly.
Currently, for the regular season (October 1st - March 15th), PSMHA has assigned a total of 1,674 hours out of a possible 1,708 assignable hours. That works out 98.25% ice utilization.
October 2018 Ice Usage Report
- Total assignable hours: 324.15
- Total hours of assigned ice: 315.15
- Unused Ice: 9 hours
- External Ice Sales - 14 hours
Ice Utilization: 97%
Access Communications has released their schedule for broadcasting Hockey Regina games. Some of these games will include PSMHA teams.
PSMHA hosted SHA Cross Ice Initiation Jamboree in Balgonie on Saturday, October 27th. We would like to thank Saskatchewan Hockey Association along with coaches and players and families for an great day!
Tom Renney, Hockey Canada CEO talks about the success of World Girls’ Hockey Weekend and the importance of the continued growth and development of the women’s game, ahead of the 2018 4 Nations Cup in Saskatoon.
“Watch the puck.”
That seems like obvious advice for you goalies, but “see through the view of the puck” is a statement rarely taught to young goal scorers.
Practices and gameplay have been designed to be appropriate to the age, size and skill level of the participant and offer many benefits. An increased emphasis on skating skills boosts agility, balance, coordination and quickness while the number of puck battles rises. Players receive twice the amount of puck touches and double the number of pass attempts, shot attempts and changes of direction.
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