General Information (Coronation Minor Hockey)


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Registration is now open for the 2024 - 2025 season.  

We have prepared a document to help walk you through the registration process you can review it here.

Payment can be made online by credit card or by mailing payment after you have completed online registration. We encourage all players to register early to allow CMHA to better plan our fall programs. We look forward to the new season's beginning and hope to see you around the rink!

All players born 2004 or later must have 1 Parent per Family complete the new Alliance Parent Respect in Sport Certification before the season starts. CMHA requests that their membership complete this step as soon as possible. Additional instructions are located at the bottom of this page.

Registration Information:

Registration Opens April 1, 2024 
2024 - 2025 Registration Fee Schedule:


Player Birth Year

Early Bird Fees
(to Aug 31, 2024)*


Standard Fees
(Sep 1-30, 2024)

Late Fee

(after Oct 1, 2024)

































$$ Financial Support Information - See bottom of page $$


Tentative Schedule:

U9, U11 and U13 will have one practice on Saturday mornings and one game on Sunday mornings rotating between 8 AM and 1 PM.

U15 will have one practice Monday nights and one game on Wednesday nights between 6 -8 PM

U18 will have 2 games a week, on Monday and Wednesday nights between 8 - 10 PM

All playing spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

U7 aged kids will play out of the Mohawk 4 Pad through the Hamilton Minor Hockey Council Initiation Program offered city wide. Registration for these player should be completed through the Initiation Program (not currently offered at Coronation).

Please make cheques payable to Coronation Minor Hockey Association
and clearly indicate name and division of registering player. 
NSF Cheques are subject to an administration charge to cover any costs incurred. 

Registration is only accepted and complete upon receipt of payment which can be in the form of:
(1) full payment by cheque or credit card,
(2) $100 payment plus receipt of a postdated cheque for the balance dated for September 15, 2024.
(3) Payment by credit card and agreement to the summer payment schedule outlined on the Hockey Canada Registration portal
25% at registration, 34% on Aug 1, 33% Sept 1, 33% Oct 1).


When paying by cheque, please mail your cheque to: 

Attn: Treasurer
Coronation Minor Hockey Assoc.

PO Box 89014
Westdale, Hamilton, Ontario
L8S 4R5



If a Player registers and decides not to play hockey, refunds will be processed as 100% prior to the first ice time.
After that there will be a $125 Admin fee to cover costs incurred up until that day
and refunds will be calculated based on the date that the registrar is notified of a request for a refund:
prior to Oct 3, 100%, October 3-31, 80%, during November, 60%, during December, 40%, after Dec 31, 0%.

Second Shift Registration

Second Shift Registration is open for both fall and winter sessions and will remain open until Jan 10, 2024.
Please see the Second Shift Webpage for program information and access to the online registration, here.

$$ Financial Supports $$

There are several supports available for parents or caregivers who need support offsetting player registration fees. Below are some of the available options:


1.    City of Hamilton Recreational Assistance program

This program can be used to fund up to $150 of our registration fees. Please contact our Treasurer with your application number after you have applied.


2.    Jumpstart:
Please contact our Treasurer with your application number after you have applied.


3.    Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund

Provides up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants who are registered with a Hockey Canada-sanctioned association.


4.    Coronation Helping Hand Fund

Parents and caregivers of players at Coronation Minor Hockey Association donated funds in past years to help families break down financial barriers and improve player access to hockey. If you are interested in accessing these funds, please contact our Treasurer at [email protected] or Registrar at [email protected].  

5.     Their Opportunity Sports Subsidy

Their Opportunity's longest standing program pillar is our subsidies program. It's built to help remove the financial barrier to ensure children from all economic backgrounds have an equal opportunity to participate in grassroots sports and recreation.

6.    The Grindstone Foundation
The Grindstone Award Foundation is here to remove financial barriers for girls to play hockey. We are committed to helping girls across Canada play the game they love and to ultimately grow the female game.

7.    Ontario Growing up through Sports

Ontario Growing Up Through Sports offers financial assistance to low-income families across communities in Ontario. Ontario Growing Up Through Sports believes that no matter the situation at home, all kids should be able to enjoy what playing sports has to offer in their local communities.

Ontario Growing Up Through Sports offers an online application process to receive funding for your child (or children).

For any questions about financial assistance or payment options, please contact the CMHA Treasurer at [email protected]