The Moose Jaw Minor Hockey Association announced earlier this week that registration for the 2022-2023 season is open.  

Early bird registration will run from June 7-Aug.15, with fees increasing by $100 a player on Aug.15.  

Those that want to register online can do so until September 15, and all fees must be paid in full by October 1, 2022.  

Below is a full breakdown of the player fees: 

MJMH Pic June 23 (2).PNG Photo credit: Moose Jaw Minor Hockey Association. 

The MJMH is also pleased to announce several programs that will be either coming back or beginning this season.  

The first is the association teaming up with the First Shift Program for another season.  

“Which is an NHL and NHLPA program with Hockey Canada to offer families an opportunity to play hockey that has never been involved in hockey before,” says Tyler Thul, MJMH Development Director.” It’s meant for kids that are 6-10 years old, and it’s fantastic because the kids get outfitted in brand Bauer gear and get six weeks of hockey to give it a try.”  

Thul also touched on that the association has teamed up with the Moose Jaw Kinsmen Club and Kim Cassavant to offer the Mini-Striders program.  

“This is designed for kids that are U7 going into the Timbits program so 4,5,6 years old. It’s meant to give them a head start and get the foundation of skating.” 

The Mini-Striders will run six weeks before the start of the regular hockey season.  

This fall grades 9-12 students at Vanier Collegiate will have the opportunity to take part in the Global Sports program.  

“For people looking for more hockey and we’re also going to be offering it to all schools from grades 5-8. 50 ice sessions and 15 multi-sport sessions, and working on leadership and developmental skills, that will be running in the mornings.” 

Goalies will be able to hit the ice this summer, as MJMH will be hosting its first-ever goalie camp that will run from August 20-21. Those taking part will get four ice times, and two dryland sessions. Registration for the camp opened up on Monday.  

Lastly, the MJMH will be offering the PEP (Power Edge Pro) program, which is training equipment designed to develop a player’s small area game performance. Thul notes coaches will be trained up on the equipment to use with their various teams.  

Those that are interested in any of the programs listed above or want to register for the 2022-2023 season can do so on the MJMH website.