House League, Registration (Peterborough Girls Hockey Association)

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2024-2025 House League Registration Information

PGHA House League registration is CLOSED

Please check back in June for more information on the upcoming House League Season


All players will need to register through the RAMP system to participate in OWHA activities.

New players to OWHA will be required to create a profile in RAMP which will include their full name, birth certificate, and residential address.

ONLINE – by Visa or MasterCard this is completed in RAMP at time of registration

ETRANSFER – etransfers can be sent to [email protected] – please be sure to include player name and division in the comments of the etransfer.

Registration fees can be split into 4 payments, payable in May, June, July, and August.

Please stay tuned to 2024-2025 Season pricing 

House League registration fees cover a player’s jerseys, game socks, ice fees, refs, timekeepers, PGHA HL Tournament, OWHA player insurance, Hockey Canada fees, and the end of year banquet. Other fees included in registration include association costs such as coach and trainer certification, insurance, and administration costs.

The PGHA wants ALL children, regardless of family or financial situation to have the opportunity to play hockey. 

Should your financial situation become a barrier to having your daughter play hockey, there are a number of foundations in Ontario to help families pay for minor hockey. Please visit our Financial Assistance page for more information

The PGHA has also created the Ice Kats Skate Strong Fund. The Ice Kats Skate Strong Fund will provide $300 per eligible applicant. This applies to players in all levels and divisions. Applicant information will be held in strict confidence, and all documents containing confidential information will be destroyed once a decision is made. The PGHA reserves the right to limit applications based on numbers of applicants in a given year. 

For more information and application process CLICK HERE

Registration Fees are directly related to all operating expenses budgeted for an entire PGHA season.  Should hockey be cancelled or postponed during the upcoming season by a governing body and/or the City of Peterborough, the Executive will review fixed expenses and determine what, if any, portion of registration could be returned.

This will not happen until after the season has been considered cancelled or finished. No request will be necessary in this event, we will advise members of the proposed refund amounts, reasoning, and refund procedure. You must be in good standing to qualify for a refund.

If withdrawing prior to the start of hockey, there will be a $30.00 fee to cover registration fees and administrative fees.

Up to Oct 31st - If there is a waitlist in the division and the spot can be filled a refund may be provided based on the amount paid to date less $200 to cover credit card processing, registration system fees, administrative costs, player insurance, jersey/socks, and ice times in October.

If there is not a player on the waitlist a refund will not be issued.

After November 1st - any requests for a refund must be due to extenuating circumstances and approved by the PGHA executive.

Please see the full REFUND POLICY for complete details.

The House League program for 2024-2025 will begin mid-September for player development and games will begin early October.   

Generally, the House League hockey program operates on Saturdays & Sundays however there are occasional away games that could be scheduled during the weekdays. The PGHA plays occasional games against other local organizations including Keene, Lindsay, Ennismore and Cobourg.

The PGHA will strive to have House League ice times consistent throughout the season, but there may be circumstances on specific weekends that make this difficult to follow.   While we won’t know for sure until we finalize our yearly ice contract with the City, we try our best to keep the times consistent with the previous year.

House League Registration typically includes one game and one practice per week for U13 and below.  U15 & U18 teams typically play three games every two week with no practices.  Ice allocation has not yet been finalized so this is a tentative outline.

Generally, the House League hockey program operates on Saturdays & Sundays however there are occasional away games that could be scheduled during the weekdays. The PGHA plays occasional games against other local organizations including Keene, Lindsay, Ennismore and Cobourg.

The PGHA is not doing teammate requests this season, if you have any questions, please reach out to the VP of House League Brian McNamara at [email protected].

To make sure we keep our players safe, we require you to provide all the following items:

  • Helmet (REP must be white)
  • Skates
  • Neck Guard
  • Hockey Gloves (REP must be black)
  • Elbow Pads
  • Hockey Pants
  • Shin Guard
  • Jill (pelvic protectors)

It’s important that your child’s equipment be in good condition, comfortable, and properly fitted in order to avoid injury.

Tryouts for REP teams typically take place in the spring. Keep your eye on our TRYOUT page for all the information.

U7, U9 and U11 divisions follow the appropriate player pathway set out by Hockey Canada and the OWHA.

The continued success of the PGHA House League Program is very dependent on the strength of our volunteers and we are always looking for new people willing to contribute their time to our various programs. You do not need to be a hockey expert to help us with our programs. We are always in need of good Coaching candidates, but we also need people who have good organizational skills and above all a passion to help and work with children.

If you are interested in helping us in any of the many roles we need help with, please complete House League Volunteer Request form or contact one of our Executive members to discuss.  

Absolutely in our House League program for all ages below U11 (generally U13 and up, we tend of have dedicated goalies for each team).

For the younger ages, we provide each team with a set of goalie equipment, and believe in rotating the goaltending position on a weekly basis, allowing all players the opportunity to try goaltending.   

As with most sports, kids’ hockey is different than the professional game you may watch on television. Our association is committed to keeping your child safe. We do this by having:

  • strict rules for equipment and behaviour
  • a strong emphasis on teaching skills over contact
  • no bodychecking allowed

  •  trained game officials who enforce league rules

  • certified coaches and trainers for every team

We believe hockey is a sport for life, where positive team experiences are always the priority.

Don’t worry we haven’t forgotten about you.  You will be contacted by the PGHA in September to let you know what your assigned times are for House League. 

Keep checking the PGHA website and social media over the summer as we will keep you posted of any news regarding our House League program.