|Jonathon Harvey||Female Coordinatoremail@example.com|
Female Hurricane Hockey Program 2022-23
The CRMHA offers a Female Hurricane Hockey Program to girls aged 5 through 18. The season runs September long weekend and ends in the middle of March. One practice per week on Wednesdays with the chance for more practices on Saturdays/Sundays if permitted. For divisions U11, U13 and U15, there is also 12 games per season. Travel up and down the Island. Typically on Saturdays & Sundays. Including 2-4 exhibition games throughout the season.
Female Players have 3 options for registration including the option to choose JUST the Female Hurricane Hockey Program should you wish.
1) CO-ED HOUSE ONLY - You can register for co-ed recreation hockey, choosing the registration package RECREATION CO-ED LEAGUE - this does not include the Female Hurricane Hockey Program. (Typically, 2-3 ice times/week including one early morning ice per/week)
2) FEMALE HURRICANE HOCKEY PROGRAM ONLY - For this option choose the package FEMALE ONLY PROGRAM (Typically 1-2 ice times/week *possible one early morning ice time/week) Should we have enough registered females to form Hurricane Travel Teams in U11, U13, U15, U18 they will play in the Female Island League (VIAHA) which is typically 12 games. 6 of those games are at home (here in Campbell River) and the other six could be in: Port McNeil, Parksville, Nanaimo, Duncan, Victoria (additional travel expenses many be required for hotel if needed)
3) REGISTER FOR BOTH CO-ED & FEMALE - You can register for both Recreation hockey, and Female Hurricane Hockey Program, and would choose the registration package RECREATION CO-ED LEAGUE PLUS FEMALE DEV (Typically, 3-5 ice times/week, including early mornings. Ice time conflicts - Female game takes priority over co-ed ice time (attendance mandatory)
Girls can join the Female Hurricane Hockey Program at any age and with any amount of hockey experience. No prior skating experience is required!
U7 - 2016, 2017
U9 - 2014, 2015
U11- 2012, 2013
U13- 2010, 2011
U15 -2009, 2008
U18- 2007, 2006, 2005
The number of teams each season depends on registration. We anticipate one team at U7/U9, one team U11, one team U13 and one team U15, U18 (combined U15/U18). Girls are placed on teams based on prior season coach ratings together with NEW player ratings assigned. The goal is to achieve balanced teams. *or our governing body VIAHA will come down to a practice or scrimmage and evaluate all the players to make teams.
U7/U9/U11 - All players rotate in the goalie position - each girl will have the opportunity to play goalie
U13/U15 - Should a full time goalie register she will be assigned as the full time goalie for the team. If no goalie - All players rotate in the goalie position - each girl will have the opportunity to play goalie
Division Practice Games - Typical Schedule - Female Hurricane Hockey Program 2022-23*subject to change based on number of teams
U7/U9 Wednesdays 5:15pm - 6:15pm
U11/U13 Wednesdays 6:30pm - 7:30pm Saturdays/Sunday Travel
U15/U18 (combined) Wednesdays 7:45pm - 8:45pm Saturdays/Sunday Travel
Ice days and/or times for the first few weeks may be inconsistent with the rest of the season as we build teams to determine divisions and or exhibitions games are held to determine placement of teams
At the moment it is planned that there will be no hockey at the following times. This is subject to review as the season approaches.
VIAHA PLAY OFFS & CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND
Typically held in February/March - locations are to be determined. (Add info)
The Hurricanes supplies each Female player with a jersey on game day and socks.
Goalie equipment can be provided on loan for the season if required.
Parents need to provide:
CSA approved helmet with full face cage or shield
Neck Guard (BNQ certified)
Mouth guard(optional, strongly recommended)
Garter Belt/Shorts with Velcro (to hold up socks)
Other equipment to consider:
Pony tail elastics or head scarf
Light long sleeved tshirt and pants to wear underneath equipment
For more information about the program please contact:
Jonathon Harvey or Chad Braithwaite
CRMHA Female Development Coordinator