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2021-2022 Season

Dragon Hockey Registration – Lowest Prices in Mississauga!  Ages 4 – 20

Office Hours are Monday thru Saturday, 10am – 6pm. All inquiries received after business hours will be addressed the next
business day. Call (416) 554-4623 or email us at

2021-2022 Season Update: Registration is open August 1st 2021

The Heartland Dragons Hockey Association, along with Hockey Canada, the GTHL, and the MHL, are awaiting the finalized “Return to Hockey Plan” for the coming season, expected in the coming weeks.  Updated announcements can be found at the GTHL Website:

The intent of the plan is to create a safe and meaningful return to hockey. As the season evolves, our ability to provide a positive hockey experience will be a key factor in the growth and development of this great game, our players, parents, volunteers and our organization.


Registration:  Open August 1st 2021

House League and Jr. Dragons U7 (Under 7 – born 2017, 2016, 2015) player registration is open August 1st.  We encourage you to register immediately to ensure placement on a team as team sizes may be limited according to the Game Plan.  All registrants for the 2021-2022 season will be required to create a new Hockey Canada Profile.  Click here to find out how.

Registration fees for the 2021-2022 season are posted below. Final pricing will not exceed the pricing provided at this time but may
be reduced as the COVID recovery situation unfolds. You will be notified by email when the final pricing for the season is posted.
Should hockey be cancelled as a result of an escalation of pandemic requirements, refunds will be made on a pro rata basis.

We will post the House League evaluation schedule once confirmed.

Payment of Registration Fees*

As a result of the delay in the start of the 2021-2022 hockey season, due dates for registration fee payments will be as follows:

1.  Payment in Full upon registration (open August 1st 2021)

2. Installment Plan of three payments: (House League only)

  • 1st Installment – 33% of the fee upon registration.
  • 2nd Installment – 33% by September 15th.
  • Final Installment – October 31st.

* Note, for those who have an existing deposit with the association, we will notify you of any balance owing after the completion of your registration. 

Inquiries or questions related to registration can be directed to

We would like to thank you in advance for your continued patience and understanding as we work hard and diligently to ensure a safe and meaningful return to hockey this season.




NEW TO HOCKEY?  No problem.  As an introductory offer, for a new, first year player that register with the Heartland Dragons prior to August 31st, will receive a starter hockey equipment kit (while supplies last) as a bonus for becoming a Jr. Dragon!!

*may not be exactly as shown

  • Jr. Dragons Under 7 (U7) Initiation Program 2015 to 2017 (4-6 year olds) : $440  THAT’S LESS THAN $9 PER SESSION!
    • Your team will practice every Saturday rotating between 11am, 12pm, and 1pm,  for one hour (except Christmas Week).
    • Games will be on Sundays at 12:30pm and 1:30pm at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre
    • The program will be operated by The Heartland Dragons
    • SELECT SIX Program at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre
  • U8 & U9:   2013-2014 (7-8 year olds): $340**
    • Note: U8 and U9 Fees are not applicable to “Gold” level registrations
  • U10 & U11:  2011-2012 (9-10 year olds): $430**
  • U12, U13, U14, U15, U16:   2006 – 2010 (11-15 year olds) : $485**
  • U17 & U18:  2004 – 2005 (16-17 year olds) : $245**
    • Note: No practice ice is provided for this age group.  Additional team fees will apply if practice ice is requested by the team.  Installment plan will not be available for this age group, payment in full is required prior to the start of the season.


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** For U8 to U18 there will be an additional $230 MHL Fee added to the registration fees listed above. This fee pays for game ice and officials. This fee is NOT applicable to the Jr. Dragons Initiation Program.

Non-Mississauga residents are subject to an additional $65 import fee.

The Mississauga Hockey League and its six member associations, in conjunction with corporate partners, offer the MHL Play-More program, which assists players unable to participate in hockey due to severe financial constraints.  The program addresses the cost of playing hockey and enhancing player experiences and, as of July, 2015, is a CRA Registered Charity, # 82614 0592 RR0001.


Play-More (link

The Mississauga Hockey League and its six member Associations, in conjunction with our corporate partners, are proud to offer the MHL Play-More Program, a program that assists players unable to participate in hockey due to severe financial constraints.

Assistance from the Play-More program provides any eligible resident hockey player with the opportunity to play hockey at all competition levels.

For further details, and to apply to or donate to the MHL Play-More Program, please visit the Play-More website.


Jumpstart (link

The Canadian Tire Jumpstart child grant helps families remove financial barriers to sport by funding more than 70 activities related to physical activity of up to $300 per activity. Children must fall between the ages of 4 – 18 years old.


KidSport (link

KidSport program provides grants to kids from families facing financial barriers so they can participate in registered sport programs and experience the lifelong benefits of a season of sport. KidSport Toronto provides grants of up to $250 per eligible child, per year (January 1st – December 31st) towards sport registration fees.

Do you need equipment in order to play? Let us know, and we can make a referral to a partner agency. KidSport grants are intended to be used for sport registration fees; travel and competitions are not eligible for funding.


Lace’Em Up (link

The Lace’Em Up Foundation for Kids provides financial assistance to low-income children across Canada. The grants help offset hockey registration costs with the goal of increasing youth hockey participation rates and reducing the financial burden on families. The foundation will cover up to a maximum of $1000 per child for approved applications.

For a greater chance of approval, it is best to submit an application as soon as you register for hockey, as applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis as we have limited funds.


Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund  (link

The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is a $1 million fund that has been created to provide help to Canadians experiencing financial challenges as a result of COVID-19. The Assist Fund will provide up to $500 per player in registration fee subsidies to approved applicants who are registered with a Hockey Canada-sanctioned association, helping young Canadians get back on the ice in their communities.


ActiveAssist (link

The City’s fee assistance program ActiveAssist gives residents in low-income households and newcomers with refugee status access to recreation and culture programs.  Each eligible family member listed on the application will receive a non-refundable credit of $275 that’s valid for one year. Applicants must reapply and provide supporting documents on an annual basis.


Their Opportunity (link

Their Opportunity offers subsidies to eliminate financial barriers and enrol children and youth in local sports and recreation programs. Their Opportunity offers a unique Giveback Program where children receiving funding are required to ‘pay it forward’ within their community.

We do offer multiple sibling discounts; however, they do not include Jr. Dragons U7 and U18 age groups.

  • 1st player is full price
  • 2nd player discount $25
  • 3rd player discount $50
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Refund Policy

Updated and adopted July 1, 2021

A House League Refund Request must be emailed to our Registrar ( with details listing the reason(s) for the withdrawal from the program.

The balance of Registration Fees will be refunded as follows:

  • Request received up to August 14th:        80% of Registration Fee Refunded.
  • Request received August 15th to 31st:      65% of Registration Fee Refunded.
  • Request received September 1 to 15th:     50% of Registration Fee Refunded.
  • Request received after September 15th:   No Refund.

The refund applies to the HDHA portion of the Registration Fee.  The $230 MHL Fee is non-refundable.

NOTE: Should the hockey season be terminated due to a COVID/Health Board decision, refunds will be calculated/prorated as follows; HDHA Registration Fee paid less costs incurred by HD to the date of termination.

Please allow up to two (2) weeks for processing from time of acknowledgement that your request has been received by the Registrar. A refund request received after September 15th will be processed after the end of the MHL convening period in November.

No refund will be issued where a false statement is made during the registration process or through abuse of the registration system.

A Refund request for “A”, Gold, or Red player will be calculated as follows: You will remain responsible for your share of costs incurred as per the team’s approved budget until such time a replacement player is “assigned” to the team. At that time, you will receive a refund equivalent to your prorated share of the remaining unspent budget from that date to the end of the season. A minimum administration fee of $100 will be charged.

 Release Policy

A Release Request must be emailed to our Registrar ( with details listing the reason(s) for the release.  It is reviewed by the Heartland Dragons Hockey Association Registration Committee.   The Heartland Dragons Hockey Association may withhold its consent in its sole and absolute discretion. A Player release is not guaranteed. Granting of a release is uncommon.

A House League player release will not be reviewed until after the completion of MHL convening period in November. A release will not be granted in a case where a request for a release may cause a reduction in player numbers that may adversely impact a team’s ability to be registered at the desired skill category.

If a release is granted, any refund will be calculated based on the date of the release request, as per the Refund Policy set out above.