Frequently Asked Questions
Check out the video “What is Ringette?” from Ringette Canada for some action and information about this great sport
Is Ringette a lot different than hockey?
Ringette is very much different than hockey in many ways including equipment, rules, game play, and strategy. To read a recent article about the unique aspects of Ringette click here.
How much does it cost to Register?
$250.00 (ages 5 – 15 – 1st time player, 2012/13 season)
Returning player fees see Registration
How many times per week?
The Association tries to supply two ice times per week. Each ice time is one hour long. League starts in October and runs to mid March.
What division will my child be in?
U9 (Bunny) – 8 years old and younger
U10 (Novice) – 8 &- 9 year olds
U12 (Petite) – 10 & 11year olds
U14 (Tween) – 12 & 13 year olds
U16 (Junior) – 14 & 15 year olds
U19 (Belle) – 16 – 19 year olds
+18 (Open) – 18 and older
Masters – over 30 years old
What kind of equipment?
Standard protective hockey equipment – ringette approved face mask is mandatory – it has smaller triangular shaped openings. Players are responsible for supplying a jersey and ringette pants for practices. Saskatoon Ringette supplies uniforms for game situations. The Bunny Division can use our uniforms for practices and games.
Does my child need to know how to skate?
NO! Our coaches are prepared to teach ALL players all the skills of ringette and skating to the best of the child’s ability.
When will ice times be?
This will vary from year to year. In the past most divisions get one ice time during the week and one ice time on the weekend.
Where are the ice times?
Most ice slots are at the Lions, Kinsmen, and Harold Latrace Arenas but this may vary.
Why join ringette?
It’s a fun way to learn how to skate, improve sport skills and agility, and improve your level of fitness while participating in a true team sport. Both players and parents make new friends and expand their social circles.
How do I register my child?
We prefer that you register in person at the registration nights as all pertinent information is given out at that time. Conditioning and Power Skating Camps sign-up is this night as well. Late registrations are accepted at the the office.
Who can I phone if I have more questions?
Saskatoon Ringette Office @ 975-0839 – please leave a message if we’re not there to answer your call and we’ll make it priority to get back to you.