Registration for our 2018-2019 Season Starts May 1, 2018
We offer an Initiation Program to teach early hockey skills to players born in 2012 and 2013. Junior Initiation is for players born in 2014.
Junior Initiation - 1 - 45 minute ice time per week (Saturday or Sunday morning)
Initiation - 2 - 45 minute ice times per week (one weekday and one weekend)
Days and times will be released closer to the start of the season. Season starts end of September/early October.
Goals for the Initiation Program are:
= introduction of basic skills
= reviewing of basic skills
= refining of basic skills
For more information on the Initiation Program please check the Initiation Division tab and contact our Initiation Director, Amanda Overman.
All families registered in minor hockey in Alberta must have one parent complete the Respect in Sport Parent Program and all coaches and team staff must also complete the Respect in Sport Leader Program. Respect in Sport Parent Program is to be completed every three years. Please CLICK here to take the Parent Program. It has a one time charge of $12 + gst, and you may return to refer to the program at any time in those three years.
More information about the Respect in Sport Course is available at:
To learn more about the equipment required to play Initiation Hockey CLICK here.
Just moved to Fort Saskatchewan and have a player that has been registered in another association elsewhere? Please check out our New Residents to Fort Sask under the Registration Tab for further instructions.
We are always looking for coaches and on-ice volunteers for our Initiation groups. All on-ice volunteers must complete the Coach Respect in Sport program, as well as provide a current Criminal Record Check. CRC's are valid for three years and cover all sports that fall under Fort Saskatchewan Minor Sports Association. Coaches are also asked to complete the Coach 1 program through Hockey Alberta.
Please note that the Coach Respect in Sport and Criminal Record Check must be completed prior to the start of the season. Coaches and volunteers will not be allowed on the ice until these requirements have been met. To complete the Coach Respect in Sport program, please click here.