Boundaries

A boundary review was conducted in late May 2014. Please note the community changes are as follows:

  • Brentwood, Briar Hill, Houndsfield Heights and West Hillhurst are now in the Calgary Northstars Hockey Association (CNHA) boundary
  • Patterson is now in the Calgary Royals Hockey Association (CRAA) boundary

(Players from those communities who played for the NWCAA last season will remain with the NWCAA, the change is for incoming players only.)

The Grandfather Clause will be restricted to graduating Peewee players who have brothers or sisters playing in Elite Hockey. Therefore, the players involved in a boundary change will report the same year of the change to their new quadrant. If changes to the boundary are forthcoming, players previously signed by Elite teams must remain the property of that association.


NORTHWEST CALGARY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (NWCAA) members include Bantam (ages; 13, 14), Midget (ages; 15, 16, 17) whose permanent residence is within the boundaries of the following Community Districts and Junior aged players (ages; 18, 19, 20, 21) who qualify under Rule AA7:

Arbour Lake
Bowness
Citadel
Cougar Ridge
Crestmont
Dalhousie
Elbow Valley
Greenwood
Greenbriar
Hawkwood
Lynx Ridge
Montgomery
Parkdale
Point McKay
Ranchlands
Rocky Ridge
Royal Oak
Royal Vista
Scenic Acres
Silver Springs
St Andrews Heights
Tuscany
University Heights
U of C Residence
Valley Ridge
Varsity
Wentworth
West Springs
Springbank

As well as the residents of the Springbank Minor Hockey Association who reside outside the Calgary city limits.

For Junior aged players

The Calgary Junior Hockey League (CJHL) is under the direction of Hockey Calgary and Elite Council. In the CJHL providing the player is eighteen (18) years of age and either employed in the City of Calgary or attending an educational institute, his/her residence need not be in Zone 9. A player who is visiting Calgary on an international/national cultural exchange or attending a post-secondary educational institution will be allowed to register with the appropriate documentation.

Boundary Maps: