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2020 Registration Fees - How to Pay
Submitted By Stacey Dineen on Tuesday, September 22, 2020
By now, you may have received an email to notify you that you have unpaid fees.  You will not be able to pay your fees through the usual Registration link on this website - please bear with us as this is a very atypical year!

HOW TO PAY:
Payments should be made via e-transfer to [email protected]
The password is nhha2020
Please include the player’s first and last name and birth date in the e-transfer description. One transfer per family can be done with each player’s name listed.




Registration cost for the season is $600 per player with payment due before September 14, 2020. Players must pay the fee prior to participating in any NHHA event. Currently all players will receive the same amount of ice time and similar resources. NHHA reserves the right to adjust the fees or apply rep fees should changes be made to the program that result in additional costs to NHHA for some teams. Amounts paid in excess of $600 will be refunded.

Those requiring an alternate payment method or flexible payment options should contact the NHHA Registrar at [email protected]


If you are not sure of your exact amount owing (e.g. if you have already made a payment for this season and are unsure of your balance) please contact our NHHA Registrar for more information [email protected]
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