All registrations for 2018-2019 are being done on the new Lake Bonavista Breakers TeamSnap registration site.
Once you have familiarized yourself with the specifics related to your age group below, please register using the link above.
Hockey Canada ID
If you've previously registered for hockey, you'll need to know your Hockey Canada ID in order to register. If you don't know it, here is a guide with a few places you can look to find it.
Timbits (Born 2012-2013)
Please refer to the 2018-2019 Timbits Registration page for specific details related to registering for the Lake Bonavista Breakers Timbits Program.
Novice (Born 2010-2011)
Welcome to the Breakers Novice Developmental Hockey Program
ALL PLAYERS MUST ATTEND EVALUATIONS!
This year all players will be required to wear Breaker socks for evaluations - these can be purchased from the LBCA office.
Novice Rule Changes
Hockey Calgary has made a number of changes to the rules for Novice Hockey for the upcoming season including a split between First and Second Year Novice players. 2010 born players (played Novice last year) will play Major Novice this coming year. 2011 born players (played Timbits last year), will play Minor Novice.
Major Novice: Major Novice will continue to play Full Ice Hockey under the same rules as last year. Team sizes will remain the same and the league will have 3 Divisions. Our number of teams will be dictated by our registration numbers though based on last season’s registration we are projecting 3 Major Novice Teams. This is a one year set-up as all Novice hockey will be 1⁄2 ice starting in the 2019/2020 season as directed by Hockey Canada.
Minor Novice: Minor Novice will move to the 1⁄2 Ice games starting this year. Though Hockey Calgary is continuing to finalize all of the specific rules, the expectation is that 2 teams will still play each ice-time (i.e. no sharing of dressing rooms etc.). For the game, each team will be split in half to play in two half-ice games. The visiting team will swap their teams at the half way point so that all players play against each other. To allow teams to split in half, Minor Novice will have teams in the 18 player range. As with Major Novice, there will be 3 divisions. As the rules are finalized we will put out further communications.
This year your child will receive a brand new jersey and socks that they will keep at the end of the season as part of the Calgary Flames and the Flames Foundation for Life’s commitment to Novice hockey in Calgary. The Flames Foundation for Life also supports the Flames Even Strength program for minor hockey players who require financial assistance to register for hockey. For more information please visit the Hockey Calgary website.
If you have any questions about the Novice Program or registration please do not hesitate to contact the following:
Registration - Kari Schwab - email@example.com
Program - firstname.lastname@example.org