BMHA 99ers Registration for 2019-20 Season Now Open, News, Minor Development (Brantford Minor Hockey Association)

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Organization - BMHA 99ers Registration for 2019-20 Season Now Open
Submitted By Rob Symons on Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Brantford Minor Hockey is gearing up for another fantastic hockey season. As with previous years, a major priority is to make hockey more affordable for our BMHA families. Brantford Minor Hockey is excited to announce the following House League promotions to make minor hockey more affordable in 2019-20:

Full-Time House League Goalie Pricing Only $99 (Applies to Novice HL, Atom HL, Peewee HL, Bantam HL, and Midget-Juvenile HL only)
$99 Gift Card for New BMHA House League Registrants - for a local sports store (Brant Sports Excellence or College Source for Sports) and issued in September
Family Discount - $50 off per player after the first full registration


2019-20 House League Registration Fees

Full-Time House League Goalies (Novice to Midget-Juvenile) - $99

Mini-Mac Learn to Skate - $150 per session (BMHA offers Fall, Winter, and Spring sessions)
Timbit (2014-15) - $395 (Cross-Ice)

Tyke (2013-14) - $395 (Half-Ice)

Novice (2011-2012) - $395 (Half-Ice Oct-Dec, Full-Ice Jan-Mar)

Atom (2009-2010) - $475

Peewee (2007-2008) - $475

Bantam (2005-2006) - $475

Midget-Juvenile – Sunday Nights Only (2000-2004) - $350


For more registration information and rep fees, please CLICK HERE.


House League Interlock

Our House League teams will once again experience interlock games with Brantford Church Hockey League and Woodstock Minor Hockey Association teams. We are anticipating approximately 4 interlock games this year. Two at Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre (home games), one at a BCHL rink in Brantford, and one at a WMHA rink in Woodstock. Bantam teams may experience more interlock games than other divisions. More details to come.


Brantford Minor Hockey is the Place to Be!

Our fantastic group of volunteers, community-minded Convenors, and dedicated Coaches and their bench staff help make house league seasons enjoyable for our players and their families. From our innovative cross-ice Initiation programs through to Midget-Juvenile, our focus is on skill development and fun for all. Regardless of your child's skill level, we have a spot for them! Most house league hockey takes place on weekend mornings or early afternoons, with practices on Saturdays and games on Sundays. Midget-Juvenile games are Sunday nights only. To put icing on the cake, we play in the best hockey facility in Ontario, with most games and practices at Brantford's Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre.


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