The “STORM” Port Credit Hockey

News Flash:

2020/21 Registration

We, at the Port Credit Hockey Association (PCHA), hope you and your loved ones are safe and in good health.
PCHA, in concert with the Mississauga Hockey League (MHL) and the remaining five associations under the MHL’s purview, have been working together to plan for the 2020-21 hockey season.  As you are likely aware, there is much uncertainty surrounding the up and coming hockey season.
However, in an effort to be prepared for the start of the new season, the six MHL associations have decided to open registration for House League and Under 7 (U7 or our Paperweights) players.  This will help the associations begin to work through the many logistical pieces that come together to provide the best experience we can.  This year, many of these items are likely going to be much later than normal because of the shutdown.
Considering the uncertainty, the six associations have decided to open registration for house league and U7 providing preliminary pricing that must be finalized as we get clarity on items yet to be determined.  These fees may change.  As such, in order to register at this time and guarantee a spot for the 2020-21 House League and U7 season, all that is required is a fully refundable $50.00 deposit and the completion of the Hockey Canada registration.
Please note, final pricing will not exceed the pricing provided at this time but may be reduced as the situation unfolds. You will be notified by email when the final pricing for the season is set and posted.
At PCHA the maximum House League and U7 registrations will take into account the following cost savings for our membership: (i) a hold on registration fees from the 2019-20 season and (ii) an additional $25 discount on all house league and U7 fees to compensate for expenses not incurred as a result of the premature stoppage of the 2019-20 season. Our fees and interim payment schedule found on the registration page.

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We will provide updates, including, but not limited to, possible changes to the payment schedule, as more information is available.  Hopefully we will be able to provide more information in mid to late June for house league and Under 7 programs.  In June or July, we are hoping to provide an update on Rep “A” and Gold Registration process and tryouts.

We hope you are staying safe and remain healthy.  We also wish to thank those many front-line supporters who are doing heroic work in this very difficult time.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Hockey Canada Changes Age-division Names

Year of Birth Age on Dec. 31, 2020 Old Age Division New Age Division
2014 and earlier 6 or under Paperweight (Tyke) Under-7 (U7)
2013 7 Minor Novice Under-8 (U8)
2012 8 Novice Under-9 (U9)
2011 9 Minor Atom Under-10 (U10)
2010 10 Atom Under-11 (U11)
2009 11 Minor Peewee Under-12 (U12)
2008 12 Peewee Under-13 (U13)
2007 13 Minor Bantam Under-14 (U14)
2006 14 Bantam Under-15 (U15)
2005 15 Minor Midget Under-16 (U16)
2004-2003 16-17 Midget Under-18 (U18)
2000-2001-2002 18-19-20 Juvenile Under-21 (U21)

Our Hockey Programs

The Port Credit Hockey Association provides Hockey Development Programs that includes a player-centric approach to development with the following principles:

  • Establish the “Gold Standard” for all hockey programming
  • Provide all participants with a positive experience focusing on building a strong skill base
  • Adhering to the principles of Hockey Canada’s Long-Term Participant Development in the design and application of age-specific programs
  • Committed in providing programs in a fun and safe environment that is designed on the skills of the players.

Participants will;

  • learn the fundamentals and play the game of hockey
  • learn life skills and good sportsmanship

Tyke and House Hockey

The mainstream recreational programs are the Paperweight league which is designed for children aged 4-6 and the House League designed for players 7-20.

Gold and ‘A’ Hockey

Our Gold (players 7-8) and ‘A’ (players 9-18) league programs build upon the same Port Credit Hockey principles however they are designed for the highly competitive and committed players wanting to go beyond the recreational league.

Try it you might like it ! (ages 6 – 10 years old)

The 1st. shift and 2nd. shift programs are designed for older age participants who want to learn the basics of skating and playing hockey. These programs can be a precursor for entering the mainstream recreational house program.


Port Credit Hockey serves all players from within or around Mississauga, come one come all!

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Port Credit Memorial Arena
40 Stavebank Rd

Tel: 905-567-3492