General Information (Thamesford Area Minor Hockey Association )

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Who is Ready to hit the ice?

TAMHA is working to get our kids back on the ice SAFELY, following the OHF Framework, and working with OMHA, the Town of Thamesford, Zorra Township, and Southwestern Public Health.

 Zorra Township Arena Protocol

For all of our registered players, we anticipate an October 5th start, with ‘dust off your skates’ sessions towards the end of September.

We do not carry REP/AE teams; therefore, we are not concerned with the cancellation of these levels at this moment.

Each team will have 9 skaters, 1 goalie, a coach, and a trainer. We are planning two hours of ice time each week for our teams.

We are setting a Fall registration fee of $250 for U9, U11, U15, U18 , covering September to December 2020.

It will be broken into two payments of $125. The first payable Sept. 15th 2020, the 2nd payable Oct. 15.

Our Preschool /IP Program, & Minor Novice at a cost of $125 for the Fall Session (Oct-Dec 2020).

Each payment is non-refundable, if COVID should end the season. 

It will be very important all players and parents follow all protocols put in place to ensure we get to continue to play hockey in whatever form possible.

Fall Registration for divisions  are currently closed as we continue to create our  "game play" bubbles of 50 players.
Thank you for your continued support TAMHA.  If you have moved or moving to TAMHA and we are waiting for Pending transfers from your previous associations and have already notified TAMHA, you have already been included in our bubble count.  Please contact registration.

If you have any questions, comments or if you would like to be placed on our waiting lists for division registrations please contact Jenn at [email protected]

Payment Options

1.      We can now accept payments for our fall registrations!  

2.      Any Cheques previously received will be returned so new payments can be issued, to reflect Fall Registration fees.

Cheques to be made out to "TAMHA".  

By Mail- Cheques can be mailed to TAMHA PO Box 509, Thamesford, ON N0M 2M0

3.  e-transfer - can be made by sending to Renee at [email protected]
HCR Online Registration does NOT support e-transfer payment option at this time, but please choose payment method "Other" and send payment via your financial institution, if you would like to pay for your registration fees this as this option.

Password- Hockey 
Memo- Your child's name


Online Registration Link

Click the link below to start the online registration process using the HCR system.  All members of TAMHA who participated last year with the online registration will be logging into their existing account in the HCR  system.  If this is your first season playing with TAMHA or have never previously completed your registration online you will be creating a NEW account.  After clicking the link below, you will log in using the information you created last year, or in previous years.  If you have forgotten your password there are links to assist you.  Be sure to read and follow all on-screen instructions carefully.

If you are unable to retrieve your forgotten password, please contact [email protected] for further assistance.  PLEASE DO NOT Create a new account. 

Manual Registration is not available. If you require a transfer to TAMHA please contact [email protected] and request this, the Registrar will notify you once you're transfer has been approved and you're able to register online with TAMHA. 

Birth Certificates

For any first-time registrant who has not participated in minor hockey before, it is required that a copy of the player's Birth Certificate be provided to TAMHA as soon as possible after registration.  A copy of the Birth Certificate MUST be sent via email to [email protected]

Respect In Sport for Parents- Parent link

Effective August 31, 2014, the ‘Respect in Hockey’ initiative will require all Team Officials, On-ice Volunteers, On-Ice Officials and Parents to take the appropriate ‘Respect’ education. 

At least one parent or guardian of each player registered in minor hockey in the OMHA will be required to complete the Respect in Sport - Parent Program as a condition of participation. The one-hour online course is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game.

Financial Assistance

TAMHA strongly recommends families who may need financial assistance to apply to the below national / provincial financial assistance programs: 

Additional Questions?

Please send any additional questions by email to



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