Under 7 (U7)


Name Position Contact
Kelsey Graydon Coordinator u7@fsjminorhockey.ca


U7 Program - players 5 and 6 years old


  • Opens June 01 of the current season and closes August 14 of the current season

o to register follow the link:



Season Start Up

  • TBD, previous seasons after Thanksgiving
  • Practices will be as per the Initiation Program and requires a large amount of volunteers o Interested parties for volunteers can go to Be a Coach | BC Hockey

o Volunteers must register online through their Spordle Account


Practice Times

  • Previously Saturday and Sunday for all Groups
  • Additional ice times for those who are interested will be added to the website by mid-November


Games and Tournaments

  • All games will be cross ice
  • FSJMH will apply to host a home jamboree for U7 if there is a weekend available.



  • Timbits jersey will be provided once Groups have been determined
  • FSJ Minor Hockey will have a donation table with free gear

o located outside the Minor Hockey office which is in the Pomeroy Sports Centre

  • Questions about hockey gear - Ernie's Sports and Canadian Tire can outfit new players


FSJ Minor Hockey follows the Cross-ice program developed by Hockey Canada.

Benefits of Cross-Ice Hockey: More information regarding U7 program can be found on BC Hockey website.

There can be concerns from parents about how small-area games may impact their child’s hockey development, but parents should trust Hockey Canada and its research. Putting young players into a competitive environment too early will compromise their development; they need to be placed into competitive situations that suit their age-specific abilities. This is why Hockey Canadas Long-Term Player Development Model is so important.

Dividing the playing surface is a decision that has been made in consultation with experts in athlete development. It is important to understand the benefits of cross-ice hockey and why Hockey Canada has a national policy ensuring all Timbits U7 hockey is played in smaller, modified spaces.

Any further information contacts your Division Coordinator or Jr. House Director.



  • Volunteer opportunities include: Coach, Team Manager, and HCSP (Safety Person)
  • If you're interested in volunteering for one of these positions:
    • Register online through your Spordle Account (add yourself as a participant and register as bench staff then list the volunteer position you're interested in)
    • Go to Be a Coach | BC Hockey to complete the required courses
  • Required courses for each position:
        Coaches Certification
HU-Online Coach 1/Coach 2
Coach 1 - Intro to Coach
Respect In Sport - Activity Leaders Edition
CATT (Concussion Awareness Training Tool)
A current criminal record check
HCSP Certification
Respect in Sport - Activity Leaders Edition
CATT (Concussion Awareness Training Tool)
Hockey Canada Safety Program (HCSP) Certification
A current criminal record check
Team Managers
Respect In Sport - Activity Leader Edition
CATT (Concussion Awareness Training Tool)
A current criminal record check

RAMP Registration

Join thousands of association partners using RAMP Registration Solutions.

More Information

RAMP Official Assigning

#1 with Officials...for very good reasons.

More Information

RAMP Websites

Manage your identity from the palm of your hand to the top of your desk.

More Information

RAMP Team App

Keep your coaches, parents, athletes, and fans connected, seamlessly.

More Information