ENTERING N.A.S.C. HOCKEY TERRITORY
Online Registration now closed.
New registrations will be processed manually, please CLICK HERE for the link to download the registration form and when completed call (905) 721-1362
Registration spaces still open
U5 (Minibits) - 2
U6-U7 (5-6 years old) - 11
U6-U7 (5-6 years old Learn-To-Skate) - 2
U8-U9 (7-8 years old)- 4
U10-U11 (9-10 years old) - 1
U12-U13 (11-12 years old) - 4 + 1 - Goalie
U14-15-16 (13-14-15 years old) - 8 + 1 - Goalie
WHY SHOULD MY CHILD PLAY HOCKEY?
CLICK HERE AND WE'LL TELL YOU WHY!
Since 1947 we have successfully organized recreational ice hockey for the children of Oshawa.
Oshawa N.A.S.C. Hockey is an operating committee under the governing body of N.A.S.C. (Neighbourhood Association Sports Committee). N.A.S.C. is a sub-committee of the O.C.C.N.A. (Oshawa Central Council of Neighbourhood Associations).
Oshawa N.A.S.C Hockey has been incredibly successful and has ran so efficiently, it has often been mistaken for those programs offered by the City of Oshawa. In fact, our learn hockey programs are so well received, they're "often imitated, never duplicated" . We pride ourselves in being the first and the leader in Oshawa in "grassroots" hockey development.
CITY OF OSHAWA ANNOUNCES COVID/VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS
Proof of Vaccination Update: Recreation facilities & rentals
On September 22, proof of vaccination will be required to enter City of Oshawa recreation facilities and to participate in rentals as part of Ontario’s Proof of Vaccination Policy.
As required by the Province, all patrons 12 years and older must be fully vaccinated (both doses of a two dose vaccine or one dose of a single dose vaccine plus 14 days) and provide proof of vaccination along with identification on each visit. Individuals can provide proof of vaccination by downloading or printing their vaccine receipt from the provincial booking portal or calling the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900. For other questions about obtaining proof of vaccination please visit Ontario’s Frequently Asked Questions.
To clarify...every person who is 18 years and older will require proof of vaccination to enter the facility including coaches, instructors and officials
This policy does not apply to children 11 years old and younger (proof of ID may be required), to youth 12-17 years old (proof of ID may be required) who are actively participating in indoor organized sport (training, practices, games and competitions) and to individuals with a medical exemption (medical note required). All requirements, exemptions and policies are subject to change based on provincial regulation.
PLEASE NOTE: Based on today's decision by OMHA, the exemption for youth 12-17 years of age actively participating in indoor organized sport is no longer applicable. As NASC Hockey is governed by OMHA, we are obligated to conform to OMHA policies and procedures. Please read the article below.
We appreciate your cooperation. The City of Oshawa is committed to taking every reasonable precaution to protect the health and safety of staff and patrons from COVID-19.
FOR THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE:
As we expect it will take longer to verify completion of the Covid-19 screening and proof of vaccination, please inform your teams to have players and coaches lineup first and have parents/spectators lineup behind the players. Players and coaches will enter the facility first to allow them as much time as possible to prepare to go on the ice.
In the event of a game, officials and players and coaches from both teams will enter the facility before parents/spectators from either team.
A reminder that a maximum of 2 spectators per on-ice participant are permitted in the facility.
OMHA COVID-19 VACCINE POLICY TO REMAIN IN PLACE
UPDATE FOLLOWING BOARD MEETING AFTER ONTARIO GOVERNMENT'S ANNOUNCEMENT
After carefully considering the evolving public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association has decided its vaccination policy will continue to apply for all eligible participants 12 and up.
Please CLICK HERE to read what impact this decision will have on kids hockey
OMHA COVID-19 VACCINE POLICY ANNOUNCED
ALL ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS REQUIRED TO BE FULLY VACCINATED FOR COVID-19 BY OCTOBER 31
Please CLICK HERE to view the policy
For Immediate Release....N.A.S.C. Hockey and Scary Skate form Development Partnership Program
August 12, 2021 - Oshawa, ON
Oshawa N.A.S.C. Hockey is pleased to announce a partnership with Mary Giacalone and Scary Skate. Scary Skate has been operating for 37 years and is Durham Region's premier power skating and skills instruction authority. No one has to look very far to see the accomplishments of Mary and her renowned instruction team.
In addition to N.A.S.C. Hockey's second-to-none instruction programs for our 3/4 Minibits (learn-to-skate), Flying Fives and Super Six hockey schools), we are proud to partner with Scary Skate to teach our Novice (Under 9 and Under 8 (7 and 8 year olds) and our Atom (Under 11 and Under 10 (9 and 10 year olds) divisions.
N.A.S.C. has a long standing working relationship dating back over 20 years when we delivered "Power Skating Sundays with Scary Skate" - a first of its kind for a house league program!
We are excited to start the season and get the kids back on the ice.
This program is included with your season fees at no additional cost.
Please join us in welcoming Scary Skate!
*UPDATE - New this season, only two (2) spaces remain!
Learn-to-skate (Hockey Foundations program now open to 5 and 6 year old players
NASC's successful Learn-to-skate (Foundations of Hockey Program) has now been expanded to 5 and 6 year old players! Our successful Minibits hockey school program for 3 and 4 year old players, is now available to 5 and 6 year old players.
N.A.S.C. Hockey recognized that as a result of the pandemic and a shortened season last year, some kids may be a little behind having missed a season. We are now able to offer this program to 5 and 6 year olds. While we still have our regular program (Flying Fives and Super Six) that has the kids on the ice twice weekly, parents now have a new option available to register their children. The program will operate once weekly on Sunday mornings for only $350 for the entire season.
Don't wait as this program is filling quickly!
Registration for 2021/22 Season
Online Registration now closed but you can still register manually.
Please read Step 1 and Step 2 below
For program and fees information, please visit our Registration page or CLICK HERE
If your child is NEW to hockey, or has never registered before, please read below.....
You will need to complete the OMHA Parent Respect In Sport course and then register your child to this account. This MUST be done first as it will create the Hockey Canada account for your child.
Once you have completed the course and added your child to the profile, you can then proceed to register your child for the upcoming hockey season.
Please download the registration form, complete and scan it and send to email@example.com. Once this is done, please call (905) 721-1362
IF YOUR PLAYER IS NEW TO HOCKEY...
YOU MUST READ THIS!
Completion of the Respect-In-Sport course is a MANDATORY Requirement of all NEW OMHA members as directed by the
Ontario Minor Hockey Association
If you have already completed the Respect-In-Sport course last season, or for another child previously, please call 1-(866) 956-9791 and speak directly to the Respect Group who can assist in adding your new child to your profile.
You can process your registration manually by clicking the link below
If registering manually, you must print and complete the form and either scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver it to the following address:
350 Durham Court, Oshawa ON, L1J1W9.
Cheque payments are NOT accepted. You must call the Registrar at (905) 721-1362, and make the necessary arrangements to provide payment by either Cash or Credit Card.
Oshawa N.A.S.C. Falcons program will resume this fall!
Select Coach applications are now being accepted. Please CLICK HERE to access and complete the application.
Tryout information will be provided in mid-to-late October as we are currently finalizing the details for this very popular and successful program.
Please note downloadable calendar for mobile is designed for the Google Calendar app. Schedules will be available late October