BCI – All Potential Returning NWCAA Players Only

As you are aware the NWCAA for the 2017/18 season entered into an agreement with the Benson Concussion Institute (BCI) to pre-screen and manage concussions experienced during the season. The relationship and results have exceeded expectations and will continue for the 2018/19 season so all NWCAA players will be required to have a concussion baseline test completed. As such and working closely with BCI, we would like all potential returning NWCAA players to have their concussion baseline testing done prior to evaluations and the 2018/19 season. Please note this is not immediate acceptance to a NWCAA team, merely a preplanned process to avoid potential backlogs of concussion baseline testing in September. All returning NWCAA players must still compete for a roster position.

To have your pre-season concussion baseline test completed please contact the BCI Concussion Coordinator (Madeline Cosh) at 587-830-2240 to arrange a baseline appointment (see attachment for additional information). BCI has a tracking sheet by the NWCAA 2017/18 teams and we’ll be tracking compliance and sending out reminders.

BCI – NWCAA Athlete Instructions

Welcome to the 2018/19 Hockey Season

Registration for Bantam and Midget is CLOSED

Registration remains OPEN for Junior B.  All tryout information can be found under the Registration menu button, please review all the drop down menu items. **Note:  If you are registering for NWCAA tryouts for the first time or are having trouble registering, please review the important registration information as you will not be able to register immediately. 

Junior B Players; If you find that you are not able to register please contact Doris at admin@nwcaa.ca and forward the following information;
Player Full Name:
Player Date of Birth:
Address:
Player Hockey Canada ID # (if you know it):
Current or last Hockey Association you played: 

Prep Camp registration will open on June 17th.  See “Camp” menu button for all information on Prep Camps.

 Please become familiar with the NWCAA website as this is the main source of communication.