2022-23 REFEREE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Ready to sign up as a referee? Now is the time - a great way to make some good money, stay in shape, work on your skating, make new friends and learn about a new part of the game. Maybe refereeing will take you places in hockey you cannot even imagine right now!
Just ask Cianna Lieffers or Adam Bloski!!
SMHA IS HOSTING ON-ICE SESSIONS ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:
Saturday, October 22, 2022 at Rod Hamm Memorial Arena
- 8:30am-10:00am - Age 11 to 15
- 10:15am -11:45am - Age 15 to 17
Saturday, November 5, 2022 at Rod Hamm Memorial Arena
- 8:30am - 10:00am - Age 11 to 15
- 10:15am - 11:45 am - Age 15 to 17
Want to earn extra money?
Get more ice time?
Develop more game knowledge?
Become a Saskatoon Hockey Official!
Great Honorariums! - Between $16 and $35+ dollars per hour
Improve life skills / Develop quick thinking and problem solving skills
Create your own schedule / Pick your own hours – Volunteer to referee when you can!
Stay involved with the game you love
Extra Ice Time
Improve communication and people skills
Create Lifelong friendships – Make new Friends & Build Relationships
Get the best seat in the house for every game!
Great opportunities to advance! – Officials from Saskatoon Ref in Major Junior National Finals, Telus Cup, U Sports Championships and most league provincial finals. Officials from Saskatoon have gone on to officiate in the NHL, WHL, SJHL and all around the world in international hockey.
Endless opportunities and possibilities!
Becoming a hockey official is great for all ages. People looking for their first job, people looking for some extra spending money, or looking to get some exercise or have a hobby and stay involved with the game they love.
Want to become part of a great group, create lifelong friendships and earn some money?
How To Get Started:
Step 1 – Registration and Online Payment
Officials are required to register and make the payment online on the Hockey Saskatchewan website: hockeysask.ca/officials/registration Payment for clinic and membership fees will not be accepted at the clinics. The only money accepted at the classroom clinics will be for supplies (rule books, crests, manuals, etc.). Cash, cheques, and credit cards are accepted.
Step 2 - Online Modules
All officials must complete the required online modules prior to attending the classroom clinic. All Junior officials (17 and under, as of Dec. 31 of the current year) will complete the current year's Hockey Canada E-Hockey University Modules by logging in to the e-Hockey accounts and signing up for the modules, and all Senior officials will complete the new version of the Hockey Saskatchewan Senior online modules provided through an updated version of Moodle.
Step 3 - Attend A Clinic
All officials must attend an in-person clinic. Log in to your e-Hockey account to find a clinic and sign up for it. Once you have completed Steps 1-3, you will be a certified official!
Step 4 - Let Us Know That You Are Certified!
Contact your MHA's Referees Division Assigner - CHRISTA PARENT - to let her know that you are a registered official and are ready to get out their and Earn Your Stripes. Please send the form found on the link below to Christa if you are a new referee or a new referee to SMHA:
REMEMBER: Certification is valid for ONE year. Officials must re-certify every year! Steps 1-3 must be completed by each official on a yearly basis to be able to officate that season!
If you have any questions on how to get started email Trent Cey, Hockey Saskatchewan Manager of Officiating Development email@example.com or contact the Hockey Saskatchewan Office at 306-789-5101.
Become an official with the Saskatoon Minor Hockey Association – Refereees' Division
For more information visit:
www.smha.sk.ca and see the Officials tab or
or contact either:
Trent Cey – Director of Officiating for Hockey Saskatchewan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Clint Joyes - Saskatoon Minor Hockey Referee in Chief at email@example.com