If you are a new or returning player please fill out the information below. All players that are being registered need to have this filled out. We will be able to accept your payment before the start of the season. This is for the WWYHA
Club Fee ONLY
. Registering with WWYHA
will hold your spot on the team until registration opens in Smart Link for the teams.
This year the club fee will be $100 per child
Families must register by August 7, 2019. If a family does not register by August 7, the registration fee for the family will increase to $150 on August 8, 2019.
If you are registering a Mite player (birth year 2011 and younger), please see our Mite Registration page for further information.
Any registration questions may be directed to the Club Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wells Warriors Hockey Club
5211 Campus Dr
College Park MD, 20740
When registering more than one child, please click the child number. For instance first registration is the first child. Then second form is the second child, third form is the third child, and fourth form or greater is the fourth child.
Members of the Wells Warriors Youth Hockey Association take photos of the players for their own personal viewing, or to share with the team. The WWYHA collects photos of the players for use in photo projects of the teams which are distributed to members throughout the year. The WWYHA also posts photos of the players and teams to its Website and Facebook pages. Any images displayed by WWYHA in its official channels, will not include any identifiable information about any parent or child.
Code of Conduct
The Wells Warriors Youth Hockey Association requires that each Member and Player shall comply with, and adhere to the Bylaws and Rules of the Wells Warriors Youth Hockey Association, as well as the Potomac Valley Amatuer Hockey Association, and USA Hockey Inc. Any player who is cited for fighting, game misconduct, game suspensions as defined per PVAHA’s Bylaw 9.0 will be referred to the WWYHA Disciplinary Committee for further evaluation. Any player whose behavior on- or off-ice reflects poorly upon the WWYHA may be in violation of the Code of Conduct. In addition, any Member whose behavior off ice reflects poorly upon the WWYHA may be in violation of the Code of Conduct.