Forms & Policies
2021 - 2022 Hockey Canada Medical Form
2021 - 2022 SMHA Players Code of Conduct
2021 - 2022 SMHA Parents Code of Conduct
2021 - 2022 SMHA Return-to-Play Waiver
2021 - 2022 SMHA Media Release
All parents are required to take BC Hockey's Respect In Sport course.
Parent & Caregiver Volunteers
All parents or caregivers volunteering with SMHA are required to take BC Hockey's Respect in Sport - Activity Leaders course and complete a Criminal Record Check.
Information on BC Hockey's courses can be found here: https://www.bchockey.net/Clinics/Clinics.aspx
2. Enter our unique access code: 4G4MS59ST3
Once the review has been completed, your Criminal Record Check will be submitted directly to Squamish Minor Hockey Association.
If you have any questions regarding these requirements, please contact Kelly Miller, SMHA Registrar at email@example.com.
Parent & Caregiver FAQ
If you are new to hockey, the link below is a great write up to aid your understanding of the gear needed for the sport. New gear can be purchased at various locations in Squamish. The SMHA has a gear swap in August every year before the season begins where gear can be found at a fraction of cost of new. Facebook buy and sell groups can be options as well.
Please know that when purchasing new gear, helmets have a 'shelf life' much similar to car seats. BC Hockey requires all helmets and facemasks to be CSA approved and within the approved date range. SMHA would like all players to wear WHITE helmets.
Intro to Hockey Canada: Hockey Canada 101
Parent FAQ from Hockey Canada: Parent FAQ
Equipment Checklist: Everything you need
Equipment Buying Guide for Kids: Hockey equipment buying guide for kids
Parent Guide to Equipment Fitting: Hockey Canada equipment fitting video
Parent Guide to Purchasing Hockey Sticks: Buying hockey sticks
Equipment Buying Guide for Adults: Hockey equipment buying guide for adults