Welcome to the York Mills Hockey Club's House League Hockey Program, where we offer a fantastic opportunity to get involved in your community and stay connected to the game you love. Our House League Hockey Program is designed to be fun, safe, and inclusive, catering to players of all ages and skill levels. We've carefully constructed teams to ensure balanced competition, and we complement regular games with weekly or biweekly skills sessions to help young players maximize their development.

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FAQs and Concussion awareness

What equipment is required?

Players must wear full hockey equipment including:

  • helmet and cage
  • neck guard
  • shoulder pads
  • elbow pads
  • gloves
  • hockey pants
  • jock/jill
  • shin pads
  • skates
  • hockey stick
  • mouth guard recommended

YMHC provides a sweater and pair of hockey socks. Players without the above protective equipment will not be allowed to participate. Also, please ensure your hockey skates are sharpened as new skates don’t come sharpened.

I’m having trouble registering.

All registration takes place using the Hockey Canada Registration. For help, please first read the HCR 3.0 General User Guide. If you are still having trouble registering, please email michelle@ymhc.ca.

Does YMHC have someone I can contact during regular business hours?

YMHC is a volunteer run organization. We have a passion for hockey, striving to deliver a great experience. However, YMHC does not have full time employees. Please have patience with inquiry response times, espectially during any off-season months. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

How will I receive communications? I need help with TeamSnap?

YMHC The primary means of league and divisional communications will be made via TeamSnap. Please ensure the information on TeamSnap is accurate and consider adding a telephone number in case of emergencies.Here are the instructions for setting up a TeamSnap account.If you have not received an invite to TeamSnap, please contact your house league division convenor.

Can I play with a friend?

During the registration process, there is an opportunity for you to include a friend request. We will do our best to accommodate your request subject to our league “one friend” guidelines. Creating balanced teams in house league is our top priority. Reciprocal friend requests will be prioritized and non- reciprocal friend requests are not guaranteed. Multiple friend requests will not be prioritized. Non

Can I volunteer? And what do I need to do?

YMHC welcomes parent volunteers to come out an assist our professional instructors and encourage the younge hockey players. Please see Coaching Qualifications on the Coaches Center.

Questions, Complaints and Concerns, who do I contact?

If you have any questions or concerns about our division, please first reach out to your division convenor. If your concerns are related to overall club decisions, please email Michelle, Head House League Convenor at michelle@ymhc.ca or John, Select and Rep Convenor at ymhcgm@gmail.com. Concerns related to inappropriate comments and/or behaviour of a player, parent or coach, or refereeing, please email Michelle, Head House League Convenor at ymhcgm@gmail.com and/or Arin, Head Referee at arinotis@gmail.com. If your concerns are related to our select hockey program, please email John, Select and Rep Convenor at ymhcgm@gmail.com. If you feel your complaints are not being addressed, or would like to raise your concerns at a higher level, you can email Robert, YMHC Club President at robertjsmith@sympatico.ca.


Our House League Hockey Program is all about excitement and inclusivity. It's a chance for everyone to experience the thrill of the game, regardless of their age or skill level. At the York Mills Hockey Club, we're dedicated to community hockey, and our House League Hockey Program exemplifies our commitment. It's an environment where players of all backgrounds come together, fostering a sense of belonging and shared passion for the sport.

But what sets our House League apart is the emphasis on teamwork and camaraderie. It's not just a league; it's a community of like-minded individuals who are all passionate about the game of hockey. Whether you're a seasoned player or just starting your hockey journey, our program is designed to make you feel part of something special. We believe that it's not just the goals you score but the friendships you make on and off the ice that truly define the spirit of the game.