2022-2023 Richmond Jets Rep Program

Richmond Jets MHA Rep ‘A’ Hockey is a Tier 1 program with teams in the U11, U13, U15, U18 and U21 A divisions. For the 2022-23 season we propose to have 3-4 teams in the U11 A Development level, 3 teams in U13, 1-2 teams in U15 and 1-2 teams in U18. Rep Team numbers will be based off final registration numbers in August.

Rep Policy

Coaching Team  - We are currently accepting applications for the 2023-24 season.

Under the direction and mentoring of our Director of Hockey Programming, Tim Preston, the rep coaching team will consist of both experienced paid coaches for the 2022-2023 season.

U11A1 - Linden Saip
U11A2 - Matt Leduc

U11 A3 - Jonathan Triance
U11A4 - Bryant Pike

U13A1 - Milton Chan
U13A2 - Jim Seto
U13A3 - Nicolas Lo

U15A1 - Kamesh Goundar

U18A1 - Glenn Wheeler

U21A1 - Kenta Muraki

Read Coach Bios

2023 Rep Tryout Schedule

Dates All Divisions:

Goalie Skills: Saturday, August 26th (Afternoon)

Player Skills with Goalies: Sunday, August 27th (All day)

Scrimmages: Monday Aug. 28th to Thursday Aug. 31st 2023 (After 3:30PM)

Tryout Location: Richmond Ice Centre

Note: There will be no ice times scheduled Labour Day Weekend Sept. 2nd to 4th, 2023.

Development & Performance

The mission of the Richmond Jets MHA Rep Hockey Program is to nurture the complete player and develop well-rounded young athletes and citizens. We emphasize a healthy balance between hockey and life in an environment where our athletes can grow as hockey players and community members. It is a privilege for players and coaches to represent the Richmond Jets and we expect them to be outstanding ambassadors for the game and the community of Richmond, BC. Our coaches, under the direction of Tim Preston, are well qualified and motivated to provide the best hockey experience available for our young aspiring athletes.

View the Rep Program Summary here

U15A - Contact Hockey (Checking)

U15A hockey introduces young athletes to body checking and contact, which is also part of the U18A program. Body checking and contact is a critical skill in hockey that, when performed properly can create quality scoring opportunities or help a team regain control of the puck. Just like skating, puck control, passing and shooting, there are key progressions to the skill of checking when taught effectively, which can greatly enhance a player's enjoyment of the great game of hockey. Checking clinics are run annually in the spring by the Jets professional coaches and also at our summer camp program in August, and it is encouraged for all players new to U15/U18A hockey and trying out for rep, to take these clinics offered by the Jets.

Estimated Fees 2023:

(Subject to change based on registration numbers & association expenses)

Each player will be required to pay the following fees as part of the RJMHA Rep Hockey Program:

  1. Registration Fees for each division, U11 to U21
  2. TRYOUT FEES - $250.00 per player & goalie invoiced and to be paid in full before tryouts begin
  3. REP FEES – Invoiced by RJMHA and includes fees for a paid head coach, extra practice ice vs C, skills for U11, U13 & U15, game socks, carding fee (U13-U21) and a rep travel fund for teams that go to provincial championships.

View the Rep Fee Summary Here

A1 Rep Hockey

A1 Teams (U11/13/15/18)

REP FEE ranges from:

$1,200 to $1,550 PER PLAYER

A2 Rep Hockey

A2 Teams (U11/13/15/18)

REP FEE ranges from:

$650 to $1,100 PER PLAYER

A3 Rep Hockey

A3/A4 Teams (U11 & U13)

REP FEE ranges from:

$500 to $650 PER PLAYER

  1. TEAM FEES – paid to your team above what you pay for registration, tryouts, and rep fees and on average, range from $1,000 to $1,200 depending on the team and division.    
    • TEAM FEES include some of the following extra costs - team functions, clothing, tournaments (local & away), travel, extra practices, extra skill training, referees, assistant coaches and dryland.

Please note that these are estimated costs only, to be used as a guideline to give members an idea of potential costs to be part of the rep program. Once teams are formed, the team manager and treasurer will provide a budget to review with parents. Costs can be reduced with team fundraising and sponsorships.



Registration Fee   +   Try Out Fee   +   Rep Fee   +   Team Fees   =   TOTAL FEES

On average, rep players get 130+ ice sessions per season

Rep Questionnaire

To help us plan for the 2022/2023 season, we ask that all players wanting to try out for the rep hockey program to please take a moment to fill out the rep questionnaire, so we can better understand the numbers of players trying out in each division. Invoices for tryouts will be sent to all interested players that will need to be paid in full prior to the start of tryouts. Thank You.


Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association

As one of the largest minor hockey associations in British Columbia, the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association offers an integrated (boys and girls) minor hockey program from Initiation to Juvenile. Featuring both recreational ("C") and competitive ("A") streams, our programs operate out of the three different facilities in the City of Richmond: Richmond Ice Centre (RIC), Minoru Arenas (Stadium and Silver Rinks), Richmond Oval (North and South rinks).

Contact Us

PO Box 94488, Richmond, BC V6X 8V6

(604) 454 4494

We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.