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Phase II Registration OPEN
Submitted By Matt Biderman on Tuesday, December 1, 2020
We hope that everyone is having a fun and enjoyable start to their hockey season in the most unique of years!   

With Phase I of the season winding down, we are pleased to offer details for Phase II of the 2020/21 season.   

As with Phase I, the health situation in London and Area is a very fluid situation and what is detailed below is based on current conditions and is subject to change. We continue to monitor the situation but take our directions from both our Public Health Unit and The City of London while also following protocols from both Alliance Hockey and the Ontario Hockey Federation.

Internal & External Competition 


Phase II - Weeks #1-4 - Internal Competition 

Games vs North London Teams 


Phase II - Weeks #5 - end - External Competition 

Games vs other GLHA Teams 


The Phase II Fees include built in costs to cover both referees, time keepers and player jerseys. Depending on the level of hockey and ice allotments it will determine the # of each type of games being played by each team. 


Registration is now Open for Phase II

·  Registration is open for both returning Phase I participants and new Phase II participants

·  First priority will be to returning participants 

·  Deadline for Returning players to GUARANTEE Spot - December 21, 2020

·  All NEW Participants will be put onto a waiting list and will be assigned teams by our registrar           where space is available 

·  REGISTRATION DEADLINE - December 30, 2020

How to Register



1.    Follow above link to Hockey Canada Portal 

2.    Pick the player you are “Registering” and select register a “Participant”

3.    After completing the required information, you will be sent to the “Fees” menu

4.    Select applicable registration choices (e.g If returning from Phase I - "Phase II Returning        Participant")

5.    Select "MD/Mustangs Bump Up Fee" if Applicable 



Q: Why is it more expensive for NEW Phase II participants to register?

A: Due to the volatility of the season the GLHA included all operational costs in Phase I registration fees. (E.g. Insurance, Alliance & HC fees, etc.). NEW participants must pay these fees for Phase II.


Q: Will there be MD / Mustangs tryouts? New House League Teams made?

A: There will not be any new teams at the REP level formed. Changes to roster could be made based on registration changes. Some House League teams may see minimal changes. 


Q: Will there be Championships, standings, etc? 

A: No. While we will be hopefully playing external games, these will still incorporate modified rules. Exact format will be shared shortly. The key is that we are still focused on development and promoting a positive experience across all levels and age groups. 


Q: What is included in my Phase II registration?

A: All players (not including IP) will receive a jersey to keep and use for games. Your fees cover all Phase II ice times and applicable additional costs to play games.


Q: Is there a payment plan for Phase II?

A: Yes, you will be given an option to pay all costs at the time or registering or spread out over 3 payments; Time of registration, December 31, and January 31.


Q: What is the cut off date for refunds?

A: If circumstances arise that require cancelling the remainder of the season or parts of the season, then refunds will be issued that reflects the amount of Phase II completed. Once Phase II begins there will be no other refunds offered.

Q: Why has the price of IP increased?
A: IP traditionally received 2 hours per week but for Phase I we were only able to offer 1 hour per week. For Phase II we are offering 3 sessions every 2 weeks. Each week it will alternate between 1 and 2 hours. 


If you have any other questions, please contact the following people:

James Hindle 

[email protected]



Ryan Finnson

[email protected]


House League 

Gerry Vanderhoek

[email protected]


Chris Robertson 

[email protected]





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