A Step by Step guide to Online Registration
The USA Hockey playing season goes from September 1 through August 31 of each year.
Online registration for the 2011-12 season will be available starting April 1, 2011.
Individual participants are to follow these steps:
Go to USA Hockey online registration.
Choose member type Ice Player/Coach.
You must be 18 years of age to process a registration…. Check the box that acknowledges that YOU are 18 or older.
Follow the prompts…fill in all data correctly.
Process payment – Visa, Master Card, Discover or American Express (credit or debit card). A Visa gift card will also work.
You may print your Confirmation page at this time. It will also be emailed to you immediately after the registration is completed.
Each participant will pay the USA Hockey fee of $30 if age 7 or older.
The USA Hockey fee is waived for age 6 (birth year 2005) and younger.
Connecticut residents will also pay the Connecticut Hockey Conference Affiliate fee of $10.
This fee applies to all youth players regardless of age.
The registration must be completed for all players (Hockey and Learn To Skate) and coaches.
Players who live outside Connecticut will pay the affiliate fees charged by the USA Hockey Affiliate that governs the state in which they live. For example, if you live in New York State, even though you play in Connecticut, you will be charged the NY affiliate fee.
If a participant plays and coaches he/she pays only one registration fee.
The home address should be used for all participants. The confirmation page/number will be accepted by any USA Hockey program in the country.
Need a computer? Try your local library or school.
A Visa gift card can be used for payment if no credit card is available.
An email address is required. You can use a friend’s address if you don’t have one. Additional confirmation pages can be requested from the Welcome page of online
registration. Click on the puck in the upper left corner and enter last name, date of birth and zip code. You can then print the page or send it to the email address you enter.
Griffin Youth Hockey Registration
2011-12 Registration Fees:
$110 Learn to Skate/Play
$400 1st Skater ( Mites, Atoms, Juniors)
$300 Additional Sibling and/or Goalie Fee
$800 Max Family Fee ( 3 or more skaters )
Please note; payment plans are common and are acceptable.
1) After completing the USA Hockey registration process as instructed above, you will print your "Confirmation Page" which contains your USA Hockey barcoded receipt(s).
2) Print and complete BOTH SIDES of this form "USA Hockey Consent to Treat Form" for each skater you are registering. Registration paperwork received with incomplete "USA Hockey Consent to Treat Forms" will be returned. It's very important for each coach to have a list of potential allergies in case an injury requires immediate medical attention if a parent is not present at the rink.
3) PRINT & COMPLETE THE GRIFFIN HOUSE REGISTRATION FORM
4) Mail your barcode receipt(s), the USA Hockey Consent to Treat Form(s) , GRIFFIN HOUSE Registration Form,
and $50 deposit per skater to the following address;
Griffin Youth Hockey
PO Box 225
Dayville, CT 06241
When making ANY payment to Griffin Youth Hockey, PLEASE make all checks payable to "GYHA" and indiciate "House League"
A $30.00 fee will be assessed for returned checks due to insufficient funds.
USE YOUR CREDIT CARD TO PAY
NEW!!! Use Paypal to pay your Griffin tuition...... Setting up a Paypal account is free, easy and secure. You can link to your checking account OR Major Credit Card - Click on the PAY TUITION button below to get started.......Be sure to enter skater(s) name & program(s) paying for. You will enter the total amount - Prices are listed above for programs.
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL NOTE: Above Paypal Tuition Link works fine with Mozilla FIrefox Browser. However, Internet Explorer may have problems with it at standard settings. Quick fix if you must use Internet Explorer is as follows...
In Explorer: CLICK on TOOLS>INTERNET OPTIONS>PRIVACY tab .... Slide setting to LOW then Click APPLY, after completing transaction set back to medium or original setting.)