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 2012-2013 Travel Team Ice Fees and Policies

 
The following pages contain important information regarding the process for ice fee and payments with Hamden Youth Hockey Association for the 2012-2013 season
HYHA will be celebrating our 50th YEAR of providing a great and storied tradition of hockey. 
 
Please read through the follow material carefully for important information on registration dates, tryouts and cost per player/per team. 
 
Tryouts will be held the week of April 22, 2012.  Please check the HYHA web site for exact date and times.
 
As in previous years we are committed to ensuring every child wishing to do so is provided the opportunity to skate with Hamden Youth Hockey provided we have the necessary resources and the skater’s family honors all deadlines and financial obligations. 
 
Hamden Youth Hockey Board has made projections on the cost per player, per team.  These projections are aimed at meeting our obligations and at the same time, trying to keep cost as low as possible. 
 
In doing so, HYHA’s budget is extremely tight and therefore we are required to adhere strictly to the fee schedule set forth at signups.  In years past we were able to carry payments out a month or several months past the stated dates but are now unable to do so. 
 
Unfortunately, if a family has not met ALL its financial obligations they will NOT be allowed to register for the 2012-13. That families’ player(s) will not be allowed to register and/or tryout until ALL past obligations are met.
 
We continue to strive to provide a quality hockey experience for all members at an affordable price. As in previous years, full year travel teams can usually expect two hours of practice per week, a minimum of 12 home games and, at least, as many reciprocal away games. Many of our travel teams play more than twice as many away games.
 
Members are required to pay their USA Hockey and CHC affiliate fees directly to USAH via the USAH web site. All HYHA players were required to register with USAH and transmit their confirmation number to the HYHA Registrar no later than Commitment Day.  If you have not done this please go to www.usahockey.com and do so immediately. 
No player will be allowed on the ice, without being registered with USA Hockey.
 
 
 - HYHA Board of Directors, March 2012

 

 

Schedule of Fees

 Every effort has been made to accurately project HYHA operating expenses and to contain those expenses where possible. At the time this fee schedule was established most, but not all key areas of the budget were understood.  HYHA reserves the right to revise fees as needed to cover unforeseen incremental operating expenses.
 
Full Year Travel Teams:

 
Mites $1,450
$250 due at registration
$550 due on or before Commitment Day (May 3).
$325 due by first ice September 4, 2012
$325 due by October 4, 2012
 

Squirts $1,500
$250 due at registration
$550 due on or before Commitment Day (May 3).
$350 due by first ice September 4, 2012
$350 due by October 4, 2012

 
Girls U14 & U12 $1,800
$250 due at registration
$550 due on or before Commitment Day (May 3).
$550 due by first ice September 4, 2012
$450 due by October 4, 2012

 
PeeWee and Bantam $1,800
$250 due at registration
$550 due on or before Commitment Day (May 3).
$550 due by first ice September 4, 2012
$450 due by October 4, 2012

 
 
Half-Year U-19 Girls & Midgets $1,100
$250 due at registration
$550 due on or before Commitment Day (May 3).
$300 due by first ice
 



FAQ:

Refunds 

HYHA does not issue refunds for any reason once a family has committed a player to a team.
 

Non-Resident Surcharge

Non-residents are required to pay an incremental $150 per full-year travel team child and $100 per half-year travel, House or Clinic child. This fee is due payable by the team’s first ice.

Sibling Discount


As long as a family has one skater registered for a full year travel team the registration fees for sibling players will be reduced by $100 for each sibling travel player. This discount will be applied against a family's final payment.

Other Charges

HYHA will access a player’s account for any charges incurred for member checks returned to our bank for insufficient funds or other reasons, as well as, any fees incurred by the Association to collect those funds.
 

Financial Obligations

Financial Obligations Skaters will not be allowed on to the ice if financial obligations are not met as outlined in this fee schedule. Family cooperation in this regard is most important. There will be no adjustments made to a skater's fee schedule without a written request to the HYHA Board from the player’s parent(s) / guardian(s) and the expressed written consent from the HYHA President or Treasurer.
  

Forms of Payment

We accept cash, checks and MasterCard or visa.
Only 2nd, 3rd and 4th installments will be available for processing via credit card on the web site.
 

Questions?

Questions regarding any aspect of the material listed above should be sent to bod@hyha.org