Basic registration information can be found here but we encourage you to click on the "Registration" link at the top of the page to find more details about Regular Season, Summer Season, Preseason, and Intro to Hockey.
BHB's 2021-2022 Regular Season Registration is now live!
All information regarding registration can be found here: Regular Season Registration (bismarckhockey.com), including the link to register.
If you are expecting a discount for the upcoming season from the Gun Raffle Top Ticket Sellers or from DIBS Incentives from last year, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will get this to you in a timely manner.
We look forward to seeing your player back on the ice again in a few short months!
You will find important documents and information for the season below.
Capitals Gear Colors:
Navy base with White or Red trim for breezers and gloves
It is not mandatory for participants in Mites or Termites to wear gear with these colors, but we strongly encourage that when you purchase new gear to follow this color scheme. All players in Squirts/10U and above must follow the BHB color scheme.
In an effort to ensure everyone is receiving all information relating to Bismarck Hockey, please check this area of our website often for any important news and updates. You can also check out our Facebook posts, which are located to your right.
The following dates and times have been set aside for the parent meetings for each age group. Please try to have one parent attend, as Gun Raffle Tickets will be handed out, along with other pertinent information for the season being relayed. All meetings will be held at CIC.
If you plan on coaching this year, please try to attend the coaches meeting listed below for the level you plan to coach.
BHB is offering free preseason open ice for Mites and up. The sessions will run from September 6-October 1.
Please click on the link to see the available dates and times for each group and to sign up. These are first come, first serve spots. Please ignore the date associated with the group within the signup, as SignUp Genius made us pick one date - please refer to the dates listed out on the first page of the signup.
We have not even hit summer yet and we are already planning for next hockey season and we wanted to make sure we give our membership the important information so everyone can plan accordingly.
Here are some important dates that are coming up in a relatively short period of time...
Regular Season Registration will open July 1 and early bird discounts will be offered for Squirts/U10-Bantams/U15 through July 31. More information and a link to register will be coming soon.
Intro to Hockey will again be offered throughout three weeks in September, with gear handout occurring September 10th and 11th. Registration for this will open in July and spots are limited to 40 skaters per session. More information will be posted on our website once we finalize dates.
Our 3rd Annual Golf Scramble will be held on August 6 at Riverwood Golf Course. More information can be found here: https://cdn2.sportngin.com/attachments/document/d786-2434183/BHB_2021_Golf_Flyer_prf.pdf#_ga=2.210351573.1759782903.1620742572-1902862184.1603745667
Open Ice/Preseason will be available for all registered players from Mites on up the first week of September. The signup information and specific dates/times will be posted on our website later this summer.
A Checking Clinic for Bantams will be held in September so we will send off the information for this once it is finalized.
Tryouts have been scheduled for October 4-10 for Bantams, Peewees, and 15U. Squirts, 12U, and 10U will take place October 11-17. Mites will have evaluations October 18-20.
Squirts and up will start practices the week of October 25th. Mites and Termites will start practices November 8th.
Some additional information is below regarding the upcoming season.
Although it feels like our season just wrapped up, we all know summer flies by so we hope this information will help you plan ahead for your fall season. We look forward to seeing you again then at the rink!
Here you will find any upcoming DIBS shifts that may need to be filled, other volunteer opportunities, and fundraising efforts.
Every member is required to volunteer throughout the hockey season. The required number of hours and more information can be found on our Volunteers tab.
Also, if you are interested in helping out in a big way, please review the different committees and ways to pitch in that are listed on the Committees page, under the Volunteers tab.
Please check out this link below to order customized Cups, Tumblers, and more with BHB's logo on it! Perfect for coffee at those early morning games or practices! Or for a cocktail in the evening after a day full of games!
Congratulations to our Gun Raffle winners and our top sellers! This fundraiser is a huge event for Bismarck Hockey Boosters so we appreciate everyone putting in the extra effort every year to make sure it is a huge success. The winners and top sellers are listed below.
Winners: A member of the gun raffle committee will be in contact with you so you can claim your prize.
Top Sellers: When it is time to register for regular season hockey, please email email@example.com to claim your discount code.
Coaches needed for the 2021-2022 season! Have you coached in the past and want to continue at a new level? Know a former player who would make a great mentor? Planning on coaching this season and unsure about the process? Bismarck Hockey is required to register coaches - even parent coaches - and maintain records. Please visit our coaching page for more information.
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A message from Bismarck Parks and Recreation:
Dear Bismarck Residents,
The Bismarck Parks and Recreation District (BPRD) has a long history of providing a wide variety of high-quality recreational opportunities for our residents. Our success is the result of strong partnerships and collaboration with local businesses, non-profit organizations, and various governmental agencies. Together we are committed to ensuring that Bismarck remains a great place to live, work, and play!
Providing premier programs and services require facilities that can accommodate the growing and ever-changing needs of our community. A sales tax increase measure to build an indoor recreation complex failed to win voters’ support in June of 2020. The Bismarck Parks and Recreation District Board of Park Commissioners acknowledge and respect the voters’ decision. However, the identified needs for additional programs and space are not going away, and we are now committed to refining a plan that better reflects the priorities of our taxpayers.
This survey is our attempt to hear the “voice” of every resident as we develop plans that will serve our community for years to come. Please take 5 to 10 minutes to answer this survey!
A paper version of the survey will be inside the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District’s spring/summer Activity Guide. Bismarck Parks and Rec has surveys available through the Spring/Summer Activity Guide or at their office. Residents can either complete the paper survey or log on to the website listed on the survey and take the survey online. If a household would like a second survey or code for another adult in the household, please contact Parks and Rec.
To collect this feedback, we are working with Community Perceptions, a branch of School Perceptions and an independent firm with expertise in conducting community surveys. All survey data is returned to Community Perceptions to ensure respondent anonymity.
Final survey results will be reported at a Board of Park Commissioners’ meeting and will also be available on the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District’s website at www.bisparks.org.
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.
Park Board President
Bismarck Parks and Recreation District
Bismarck Parks and Recreation District