We all know team uniforms are important. Beyond obvious reasons like a visual marker of your teammates on the ice, uniforms foster a sense of pride, identity, unity, equality, and more. As our hockey program evolves and matures, we will continue to make improvements in this area. In the coming seasons we will roll out guidelines for helmet colors. Perhaps there will be opportunities for custom team gloves and pants or pants shells. Many coaches already have guidelines for lace or stick tape colors. We always welcome input from our community.
Questions about anything on this page? Email the Equipment Manager.
At the time of registration, you will provide 4 pieces of information:
This information will be provided to our vendor. They'll produce all the uniforms at the same time.
Congrats, you already have a number and unless you are moving up to a new age division, then your number is safe. If you like, then keep it. That's our recommendation.
Please double check one thing. Look for your number in the table below in the column for your birth year. It should be there as the data is based on last season. If it isn't email the Equipment Manager to get it added. If there are any number conflicts the Equipment Manager will contact you to resolve. If you want a new number, follow the instructions below as if you were a new player.
Jersey number conflicts typically occur when an player is moving up to the next age division and a 2nd year player in that division has the same number as the incoming player. In the event of a jersey number conflict, priority goes to the returning player for the team (eg: the 2nd or 3rd year player within the team’s age division).
|2004-07 Birth Year (18U)||2008-09 Birth Year (14U)||2010-11 Birth Year (12U)||2012-13 Birth Year (10U)||2014-17 Birth Year (8U)|
Sizing is based length of your leg in inches between the ankle bone and the middle of your thigh. Apply that measurement to the chart below.
3 sizing options: Youth (YGC), Intermediate (IntGC), Adult (GC).