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2014 - 2015 RMHC Registration Info
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 09:09

The following is important information regarding player registration and fee structure for the 2012-13 season. Please read it over carefully prior to filling out your registration forms.

Should you have any questions you can contact Riverview Minor Hockey Club Manager Steve Marshall at:
Telephone: (506) 863-8380 
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There are two ways to register, either by mail or in person.


1. Complete the Player Registration Form for each child to be registered.

2. Please verify that all information is correct and current. 
Income Tax receipts will be distributed by email – a valid email address is required.

3. Fill out the Fee Section on the registration form.

  • Make cheques payable to RMHC, (total registration amount can be split over two cheques dated no later than Nov. 1, 2014.  Post dated cheques can only be dated on the following dates:  September 15, October 1, October 15 or November 1).
  • Write your Visa or MasterCard number, along with expiry date, in the payment section at the bottom of the Registration Form.
  • NOTE: Should you have a player trying out for a district AAA team or the RHS Royals team, please submit only 1 cheque dated for Nov. 1, 2014

4. Complete and enclose the Email Consent Form
(Note: if you do not complete and mail us this form we cannot contact you via email with important news and information)

  • Mail to:
    P.O. Box 7028 
    Riverview, NB 
    E1B 4T8


At the Byron Dobson Arena on Saturday, September 6th (10:00am to Noon).

This registration is for all of the Riverview Parks and Recreation fall programs. Bring your registration forms with you and look for RMHC in the canteen area. Payment is required at time of registration. Cash, debit, cheque(s), or credit card (Visa or MasterCard) will be accepted.



New Player Registrations

If you have a child that will be registering for the first time with RMHC (excluding 4 year olds), you can print off a blank registration form from www.riverviewminorhockeyclub.com. Just download the form, fill in the required information and mail it in.

Fee Structure

Division Year of Birth Rate
Initiation 2010 / 2009 / 2008 $325
Novice 2007 / 2006 $425
Atom 2005 / 2004 $425
PeeWee 2003 / 2002 $425
Bantam 2001 / 2000 $425
Midget 1999 / 1998 / 1997 $425

Second player discount - $25 discount available to families who have two players registering in the novice and above divisions. (Not applicable to two player families where one of the players is in Initiation).

Family Rate – $1,000 for families of 3 or more players.

Competitive Try-Outs:
The try-out fee is $60 per player. Players in Bantam and above must attend a checking clinic if they did not play contact hockey last season.

Female Hockey
Circle “Yes” on the registration form if you wish to play on an all female team in the Atom to Midget divisions.

Late Registration
Any registrations received after September 6, 2014 are subject to a $75 administration fee per player and will only be accepted contingent upon number of players registered in the corresponding division.

Non-Payment Policy 
Registrations fees must be paid in full no later than November 1, 2014.  Should collection efforts fail to yield payment by November 15, 2014 there will be an immediate suspension of Club membership privileges until such time as payment is received in full.

RMHC’s pre-season will begin on Saturday, September 27, 2014.
Check the website in mid-September for Try-Out and Divisional ice schedules.

  • New jerseys are on order for the PeeWee, Bantam and Midget recreational teams.
    All teams will now be branded as the Blues, with competitive and recreational teams wearing the same style jerseys.

  • Two new tournaments have been added for this season to replace the Christmas Tournament.
    The RMHC Fall Classic will be held in late November for Atom and Peewee competitive.
    The RMHC Winter Classic will be held in early January for Bantam and Midget competitive
Female Bantam AAA
Tuesday, 05 August 2014 09:25


To all girls that will be moving up to Bantam this upcoming hockey season...

If you know of any female players born in 2000, 2001 or 2002 - could you please forward them my contact info so I can reach out to as many players that intend on trying out.

Thank you for your help.



Jennifer Pendleton

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Female Bantam AAA

RMHC is proud to pledge support to the Riverview Energy Centre
Thursday, 31 July 2014 08:27


President Elect Bruce Hicks was on hand at an Open House for the Riverview Energy Centre to deliver a pledge of $100,000.00 to REC Director Tim Barter. This money was raised over the last decade through fundraising from the annual RMHC golf tournaments with the help of many RMHC members and volunteers. The financial pledge will be conditional on specific milestones being met.

“Ten years ago we saw the need for new facilities fast becoming an issue for RMHC,” said Hicks, “and it was then that we proactively decided to start raising and earmarking money for it as it would be needed for the long term success and prosperity of our club. Finally, the right opportunity has come.”

“We already have ice-time issues today, and with our community continuing to grow, now is the time to get moving on this.” said RMHC President Brian Bessey. "The REC team has taken our needs very seriously and has proposed a model that is a win-win for both organizations. This building will be a tremendous jewel in our community’s crown and we are so excited to be a major part of it at this crucial stage.”

RMHC will join other prominent sports organizations that will be partnering with the REC such as, the Riverview Soccer Association, the Atlantic Football Training Academy, the Sweat Academy Elite Basketball Development, Mountaintop Wrestling and SmartRink.

The proposed REC facility, which will be centrally located in the community, will feature among many other things; 2 NHL sized ice surfaces and state-of-the-art off-ice hockey facilities including a full-time hockey and sports private school run by Andrews Hockey Programs.

The current plan is to have the building up and running in time for the 2016 - 2017 season.

Southeast female hockey league meeting
Monday, 16 June 2014 10:27


An information session on the efforts to re-establish the Southeast Female Hockey League will be held on June 19.

The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Crossman Community Centre.

All parents of female hockey players are invited to attend.

Attention Goalies. Important Reebok Neck Guard Recall.
Monday, 09 June 2014 21:58

This is to inform you of the initiation of a recall process by Reebok-CCM Hockey for the TCPRE model goaltender neck protector. Initial information is attached and please be advised that we will circulate further details and information as they are received and as the recall process progresses.

Please give the widest circulation possible.


Letter to the following organizations:

Ringette Canada
Hockey Canada
Standards Council of Canada (SCC)

Subject: Recall process monitoring - Neck Protectors

Dear Madam/Sir,

This letter aims to signal the initiation of a recall process by Reebok-CCM Hockey for Reebok-TCPRE model goaltender neck protectors on which the BNQ compliance brand appears by virtue of certificate no. 1684.

The neck protectors are made in China for the company SPORT MASKA INC. (REEBOK-CCM HOCKEY) at the YAYORK PLASTICAL PRODUCTS (SHENZHEN) CO LTD factory and are available under item nos. K101SR TCPRE and K101JR TCPRE.

The products targeted by the recall process failed a mandatory laboratory test as per certification protocol BNQ 9415-970, during the last monitoring activity conducted by the BNQ in February 2014. The failure was later confirmed through other laboratory tests performed in March 2014. The recalled products were removed from the Reebok-CCM Hockey certification range by the BNQ. No incidents or injuries have been reported to Reebok-CCM Hockey relative to the use of these products.

The recall potentially targets 11,515 neck protectors sold in Canada and the United-States between 2012 and 2014.

The BNQ has been supervising Reebok-CCM Hockey's action plan since non-compliance of the neck protectors has been ascertained, and is making sure Reebok takes the recalled products off the shelves and stops using the BNQ compliance brand in relation with the recalled products.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require further information.

Jean Rousseau, Eng.
BNQ Director
(418) 652-2219
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c. c. Reebok-CCM Hockey

Direct link to this Letter


Competitive Coaches for the 2014-15 Season.
Monday, 02 June 2014 08:06

Riverview Minor Hockey Club is now accepting applications for competitive coaches at all levels for the 2014/2015 season.  Please submit your name and contact information by June 13th, 2014 to:

Riverview Minor Hockey Club
PO Box 7028
Riverview, NB
E1B 4T8

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10th Annual RMHC Golf Classic Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 14:36
10th Annual RMHC Golf Classic
Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

Dear RMHC members and supporters,


For almost 40 years, the Community of Riverview has had a minor hockey program and annually over 550 kids have participated from September to April in Canada's favourite game. Over 1800 Alumni have graduated from the Riverview Minor Hockey Club and based on all accounts, their experiences in our program have been fundamental in teaching them an array of life skills that have served them well as they have grown to be contributing adults in our community and wherever their success has taken them.


Today, about 1 in 10 households in our town is involved in the Riverview Minor Hockey Club and it is only through fundraising initiatives like our annual golf tournament that we are able to maintain and build upon the positive impact the Club has on our community.


This year will be our golf tournament's 10th anniversary and we plan on hosting 144 golfers at the Moncton Golf & Country Club in Riverview on Thursday, August 21st at 12:00 pm. The golfing will be followed by a silent auction, dinner, special guest speaker, then a live auction. We hope you will help be part of our event's success.


If you or someone you know might be interested in coming on board as a corporate sponsor, we are offering the following opportunities this year:


Gold $5000

  • Branding of Event as "Your Corporate Name +10th Annual RMHC Golf
  • Tournament" promoted all summer through the community
  • Team of four (4) Golfers the day of Tournament
    o Includes Green Fees, Golf Cart and Buffet Supper
  • Email broadcast to over 800 RMHC Members announcing Corporate Sponsorship
  • Corporate Logo and link on RMHC Club Web Site
  • Two (2) Rink Advertising Boards in Lower Ice Surface of Byron Dobson Arena

Silver $3000

  • Branding of Event as "Your Corporate Name +10th Annual RMHC Golf
  • Tournament" promoted all summer through the community
  • Team of four (4) Golfers the day of Tournament
    o Includes Green Fees, Golf Cart and Buffet Supper
  • Email broadcast to over 800 RMHC Members announcing Corporate Sponsorship
  • Corporate Logo and link on RMHC Club Web Site

Bronze $1500

  • Branding of Event as "Your Corporate Name +10th Annual RMHC Golf
  • Tournament" promoted all summer through the community
  • Email broadcast to over 800 RMHC Members announcing Corporate Sponsorship
  • Corporate Logo and link on RMHC Club Web Site
We need to meet our financial goals for program success and the Golf Event proceeds go toward programs to support our Volunteer Coaches with training and Coaching resources, as well as directing funds toward Development Programs for Referees, Goaltenders and Players. It is through the continued support from the corporate community that we can continue to make this happen.

Thank you to all the Volunteers from HNB
Thursday, 10 April 2014 12:15

As another hockey season comes to a close, National Volunteer Week (April 6-12, 2014) provides a great opportunity to recognize, celebrate and thank the many volunteers who make hockey happen in New Brunswick.

As HNB President thank you for your contribution and on my behalf please thank all of those in your community who help lead, develop and promote positive hockey experiences for our youth.

As the following quote suggests you never know the impact the impact your may have. "I myself will never forget an inspiring volunteer coach I had growing up as a Minor Hockey League player. Not only did he teach me the fundamentals of the game itself, he also taught everyone the importance of teamwork and perseverance - qualities that remain with me to this day." - Steve Tipman, President & CEO Volunteer Canada


Ray Carmichael,
Hockey New Brunswick

It all started right here in Riverview
Friday, 04 April 2014 16:06
A great video that should make us all proud. You might recognize all the locations and some of the kids.
Pee Wee Hawks are Kent South Champions!
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 10:05



The Pee Wee Hawks took home their 3rd banner of the season with a solid win Kent South. Great way to wrap up the year!

Central Hockey League PeeWee Champions!
Monday, 31 March 2014 16:40


On March 22 and 23, 2014, the Byron Dobson Arena hosted the Central PeeWee Hockey League (CPWHL) PWA Weekend of Champions.

In the semi-final, the Blues faced the Kent Sud Flames.  The hometown Blues were down 2-0 after 2 periods and battled for the come-back 3-2 win.

The Blues met the Sackville Macs in the final.

The combination of powerful offence and solid defence produced a 5-0 shutout and the Championship banner for the Blues.

Congratulations, Blues!

Atom Crushers win at home!
Monday, 03 March 2014 16:30


Congratulations to the Riverview Atom Crushers on capturing another banner... this time in their home rink! Way to go!


Atom Crushers bring home the Hillsborough Championship
Monday, 24 February 2014 10:43


Congratulations Crushers on your big win at the Annual Hillsborough Tournament!


Congratulations to the Pee Wee "C" Hawks
Monday, 24 February 2014 10:41

Another banner for Riverview brought home from the 2014 Tom Hasson Memorial Tournament in Oromocto! Great job Hawks!


Riverview Atom Crushers win in Keswick Valley
Monday, 10 February 2014 17:38


Congratulations to the Riverview Atom Crushers on crushing all oponents in the 2014 Keswick Valley tournament! Awesome job!


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