Player Registration

Secure your spot for the 2024-2025 Hockey Season.

Thank You To Our Many Volunteers

The Victoria Village Hockey League is completely managed and staffed by dedicated volunteers. All of our coaches and executive – including houseleague division, selects, conveners, registrar, secretary, statistician, bookkeeper, chief referee, etc., give freely of their time to make this recreational hockey opportunity available to more than 400 hockey players every year.

Almost all of our game officials, referees, and timekeepers, are also players in our league. Our junior referees are between the ages of 13 and 16 and, like our players, are still learning the game. Should you have a concern about a game official, please remember, this is not the NHL. They’re gaining valuable on-the-job experience to complement their classroom training, and you could very well be sitting beside his Mom or Dad.

Please address your concerns in a constructive manner to a league official (not the referee), after the game.


Goalie equipment is available and can be supplied by the league especially for the Tyke, Novice and Atom groups. Some Peewee and Bantam equipment is also available. To learn more:

Houseleague Season

The House League is operated by The Victoria Village Hockey League, a “Not for Profit” organization. The Hockey season will operate from October (weekend after Thanksgiving) to the end of March (approximately).

Code of Conduct

In order to make hockey as fair and enjoyable by all, players and parents or guardians as well as all volunteers are required to agree to the following Code of Conduct. Please review and understand out Code of Conduct.

Our Mission Statement

  • To provide an organization wherein a youngster of any race, creed, sex or religion can compete under controlled conditions in a game of hockey with equality in (as close as possible) age grouping, training and participation time.
  • To promote, govern and improve organized hockey within its operating area.
  • To foster among its members, supporters and teams a general community spirit.
  • To maintain and increase interest in the game of hockey.
  • To exercise a general supervision and direction over the playing interests of the players, Coaches and Executives with the emphasis on the enhancement of good character, sportsmanship and citizenship.


Putting Fun Back Into The Game Of Hockey