NWCAA Mission StatementIt is the desire of the NWCAA to further the sport of amateur hockey through the development and for the enjoyment of the players. Our goal is to teach good sportsmanship, to help develop good character and to improve hockey skills.
We firmly believe that with our support, the young people who continue playing at the AA and AAA level invariably become well-rounded young adults ingrained with values we would like to see in today's youth... teamwork, responsibility, work ethic, the will to succeed and the ability to enjoy their lives.
Welcome to the 2015/16 Season
REGISTRATIONBantam, Minor Midget and Midget registration is CLOSED.
JUNIOR B registration remains OPEN.
All registration information can be found under the "Registration/Tryout Info." tab at the top of the page.
Please contact Doris at firstname.lastname@example.org should you incur any problems.
Locate information under the "Registration/Tryout Info." tab at the top of this page. You will find Goalie, Bantam, Minor Midget, Midget and Junior B tryouts. Information will be changed and updated as it becomes available so please check back on a regular basis.
NWCAA 2014 Season Players - WinSport Concussion Program - NEW action required
Current NWCAA membership players, please review documents below;
WinSport Concussion Program - Information
WinSport Concussion Program - Booking information
FALL Junior Camps ("Junior A" / "WHL")
NWCAA players attending any Fall Junior "A"/"WHL" camps are required to complete the Hockey Calgary Letter of Permission Request. This request is submitted online at the link below. Once the online form process is complete, an e-mail with the completed form will be returned to the recipient at the e-mail address that you provided when completing the request. This will then be the form that you are to submit or take with you to the Junior camp.
Letter of Permission Request "Click for direct link" All forms require the Players Hockey Canada Identification Number, which may be obtained from the NWCAA registrar at email@example.com
*Please note that you must submit a form for each camp you attend.
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Respect in Sport (RIS) - Parent Program and Junior B Players - 18 years+ RIS Certification is a requirement of Hockey Calgary and Hockey Alberta. 2015/16 Season deadline is October 15, 2015.
Junior B Players you will take the RIS-Parent .
Mandatory online program (fee $12.00)
Respect in Sport - Program
Please check the website on a regular basis for updates or changes.