2022/23 Season Coaches


Registration for the 2022/23 season will open on MARCH 1st, 2022.

Players residing in the District of Saanich or City of Victoria are eligible to play for VRC. Please contact our Registrar for more information.

COVID-19 continues to be a part of our lives. Season planning for 2022/23 is dependent on the latest updates from local and provincial health authorities as well as ViaSport, BC Hockey and VIAHA.

Payment Options
Registration may be paid in full or by installment plan available until June 30th. After this date please contact us.

Tier 1
Players must opt-in to T1 tryouts during registration or they will by default be placed T2 or lower.

50% rate reduction at checkout against base registration.

Base Registration
Rates for 2022/23 are as follows:

U7 | 2018-2016 | $660

U9 | 2015-2014 | $1,275

U11 | 2013-2012 | $1,885

U13 | 2011-2010 | $2,295

U15 | 2008-2009 | $2,425

Early Bird Registration
Register by March 31 st to receive a reduced registration fee.

Team Fees
Team fees at every level are in addition to registration fees and can include items like branded clothing, tournaments, referees, coaching staff, professional development sessions such as skating and skills, transportation, additional team ice, etc.

Late Registration
June 1st rates increase by $150 in all divisions except U7.


All members in good standing wishing to be on the bench or ice for the 2022/23 season must apply to confirm intent, commitment level and certifications each season. General application forms will open with registration on March 1st, 2022.

Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders (active for 5 years) and a criminal record check (access code T65JZ33N6A - valid for 5 years), and CATT is required for all coaches.

Coaching courses required by division are listed by BC Hockey with specific course registration offerings found on eHockey.

VRCMHA expects all coaches to follow the code of ethics and code of conduct as outlined in section 3 of the VIAHA policy manual.

Respect in Sport

RIS for Parents
Every minor hockey family in the province is required to have at least one member hold a valid Respect in Sport certification.