For the 2020-2021 season, all families must provide proof of residency.
If you wish to forward this form submission to another related person (s) please enter the CAC Registrars
email address email@example.com
All of the above should be emailed/mailed ASAP to:
Edmonton, AB T5X 1N5
Hockey Edmonton Elite Boundary Motion - Hockey Edmonton Directive Amendment - 2.2 Elite Boundaries
City Elite Boundary Map - Hockey Edmonton Clubs Draw Zone Map 2020-21
Club Community List for draw zones:
CAC Communities Draw - CAC Communities List
SSAC Communities Draw - SSAC Communities List
KC Communities Draw - KC Communities List
MLAC Communities Draw - MLAC Communities List
City of Edmonton - Ward & Communities Map
Grandfather & Transition Provisions - Hockey Edmonton Elite Boundaries - Grand Fathering
Grandfather declaration to continue playing for CAC as returning player from 2019-20 season if residency in new boundary area - TBA
*** All eligible grandfathered players must declare return to CAC by May 1, 2020 ***
For more information, contact:
Betty Chmillar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick McAdie at email@example.com
1. What are the Effects on the CAC
CAC has seen its draw zone reduced in the north. This became necessary to ensure that the draw zones became fair and equal.
Application of Changes
The change in the Elite draw areas affect Elite hockey players.
2. How do I determine where I tryout in the fall, August-September?
Consult the map and the description of the neighborhoods for CAC and the other Clubs. That will tell you in which draw zone you now reside. That is the Club you will try out for at the elite level.
3. I have a U9 Novice player who plays for Hawks/Whitemud West/NWZ. Do these changes affect us?
No. The draw zone changes only affect those players and age groups who wish to play Elite hockey for one of the Four Athletic Clubs. Federation hockey is unaffected.
The Federation boundaries of the NWZ, Hawks and Whitemud West will not change in any regard.
The boundary changes only apply to the age categories of Elite hockey, that is:
PWAA | U13 AA
BAAA /BAA | U15 AAA/AA
M15AAA/M15AA | U16 AAA/AA
MAA/MAAA | U18 AAA/AA
4. I have a U15 Bantam player that played for CAC last year. Do we continue to do so?
Yes. If you live within the new 2020-21 draw zone of CAC then there is no change and you will continue with CAC without doing anything.
HOWEVER, if you now live outside of the new boundaries, and want to continue with CAC, you will be required to notify Hockey Edmonton of that by May 1st. You must apply to Hockey Edmonton, failure to notify them will mean you will play for the new draw zone Club by default. We will advise as to the form of that notification shortly.
5. I have a U11 Atom player in the NWZ who wishes to try out for U13 AA (PWAA) next year. Which Club do we register with?
It depends on residence. By consulting the map and neighborhood list, you can determine what Club to try out for at U13 AA (PWAA). The NWZ, including Hawks/Whitemud West districts, is now divided between all four Athletic Clubs so it is important to determine where to register. *If you Played U13 AA (PWAA) for the CAC in the 2019/20 Season and if you now live outside of the new boundaries, and want to continue with CAC, you will be required to notify Hockey Edmonton of that by May 1st. Failure to notify them will mean you will play for the new draw zone Club by default. We will advise as to the form of that notification shortly.