Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How are teams made?

A: The process of creating teams is being updated and changed for the 2024 season. Stay tuned for more details!


Q: What happened to the Division names like Peanuts and Avengers?

A: For 2024, age division names changed to align with Alberta Minor Ball Hockey and Canada Ball Hockey Association.


Q: As a parent, will I have team responsibilities?

A: Yes! Each parent will be asked to help once or twice a year with running the clock or entering the gamesheet. We will be entering all gamesheets through Ramp GameSheets again in 2024. 


Q: Do you have a Team App?

A: Yes! We use Ramp Team for all Team management. In this app, you will find roster and schedule information. There is also a chat functions to stay informed with the coaches and parents. You can even sign up to help with volunteer duties through the app.


Q: What age groups keep score?

A: We will be tracking scores and statistics for 11U, 13U, 15U and 18U.


Q: Are you going to combine the 2 older age groups again?

A: We are very hopeful that our registration numbers will be high enough this year to run a true 15U and 18U division. However, if we don't have the numbers to form at least 3 teams at each level, we will need to combine the division again.


Q: How strict are you on the age groupings? I have a child that I feel is better suited in a different division.

A: Talk to us! Above all else, we want each and every player to feel comfortable where they play. We are happy to make exceptions on an individual basis.


Q: How can I play on the same team as my friend?

A: For 2024, we will only be reviewing team requests in our 6U division. We will also ensure that siblings in the same division are on the same team.


Q: I want to help, how can I do that?

A: We would love the help! We are looking for coaches, division directors and just people that want to get involved. Send us an email at


Q: What equipment is needed?

A: Please see equipment tab for more information and a picture -


Q: In the past, I have seen players who play too rough and other players could get injured. How does the league handle this?

A: We can’t specifically discuss names or specific situations but we do have a process in place and the capacity to review individual incidents using LiveBarn - a streaming and video on demand app that streams all games at the Moose.

We have several measures in place to help deal with discipline:

  • Players, coaches, parents, officials and are expected to sign and follow their respective Fair Play codes.
  • The board of directors is the Discipline Committee and can only act on written detailed complaints and be confirmed by independent sources. (We have a couple situations that are currently being investigated)
  • Discussions happen as soon as incidents are reported and any disciplinary action is determined at the board level.
  • We use LiveBarn to review situations when warranted.
  • We have implemented referee supervisors to support younger officials.
  • We have issued 2 suspensions notices this year and 1 warning.


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