TRAVEL PERMITS:

  1. Travel Permits for within Zone 7 must be received in the office 4 days before the Exh Game, Practice or Tournament.
  2. Travel Permits out of Zone 7 must be received NO LATER THAN 7 DAYS before the Game, Practice or Tournament.
  3. ALL TOURNAMENT TRAVEL PERMITS MUST HAVE A SANCTION NUMBER.  Without a Sanction Number the Permit can not be issued.
  4. All Travel Permits must have your TEAM NUMBER which you will received once your Team has been created by Hockey Alberta via your Director
  5. You can not combine Travel Permits unless they are within our Zone for practices (eg your team has additional practices every Sunday in New Sarepta 5-6 p.m) this is an internal travel permit and can be combined.  If this was the same scenario but in Moyer (outside Zone 7) you must apply each week for a separate permit.

All Travel Permits issued by Hockey Alberta (out of Zone 7) will have to fax in their game sheets as follows:

  • Initiation and Novice to the SPMHA office 780-467-8486 WITHIN 24 HOURS OF GAME/PRACTICE/TOURNAMENT
  • Atom, PeeWee, Bantam, Midget and Female to Hockey Alberta @ 1-403-749-3820  CARE OF BONNIE WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE GAME OR IN THE CASE OF A TOURNAMENT WITHIN 24 HOURS OF YOUR RETURN TO SHERWOOD PARK

If Game Sheets are not faxed in you will run the risk of not having any future Travel Permits approved.

Please Note how the system works:

  • Once the Travel Request is received they are kept until Wednesday each week.  On Wednesday each Director is notified of all the Travel Permit requests (out of Zone 7) for their Division.
  • By Thursday evening I need the Directors to have informed me if the TP are approved by them.
  • On Thursday evening I enter all the requests into Hockey Alberta
  • Once approval is received from Hockey Alberta, the approved permit is emailed directly to the applying team.
  • So if you have a game on a Monday, Tuesday or Wed I need the Travel Permit request in by Wed morning of the PREVIOUS week.  I know that this is not always possible and every effort will be made to get late permit requests approved, but it is not guaranteed that if I get it into Hockey Alberta that they will get it back quickly.  WITHOUT THE PERMIT YOU MUST NOT PLAY as no one is insured for injury or travel.