All RHL players must register with the RHL prior to participating in any games.
The league will be separated into 5 levels: Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper and the Rainier Women’s Hockey League (RWHL). As the league grows in teams, the league will add more divisions to accommodate future growth. Registration includes completing a membership contract / payment agreement and the appropriate waiver and registration forms along with the following fees as set for the 2021–2022 season, effective June 1, 2021;
Fees will be collected in the following manner:
Paid in Full – Total cost of the membership = Non-refundable Registration fee + membership fee paid in full at registration. Non-refundable Registration $220.00 + $1350.00 = $1575.00 + transaction fee.
Monthly Payment plan – Monthly payment plans are available. The contract is set July 1st prior to the current hockey season and ends on June 30th following the current hockey season.
For Monthly Payment plans: When a member registers
At the time registration opens to June 1st to July 1st – only the non-refundable fee will be charged at time of registration. $225.00 + transaction fee.
If you register between July 1st – July 31st – Non-refundable fee + one month fee (total membership fee/10) = $225.00 + $135.00 = $360.00 + transaction fee.
If you register between August 1st – August 31st = Non-refundable fee + two months of fees = $225.00 +$135.00+ $135.00 = $495.00 + transaction fee
If you register between September 1st – September 30th = Non-refundable fee + 3 months of fees = $225.00 + $135.00+ $135.00+ $135.00 = $630.00 + transaction fee
This process continues for the balance of the year.
This membership includes up to 46 season plus playoffs games and 1 RHL designated summer drop in per week during the summer months.
Any person who is delinquent on their payments is NOT eligible for the RHL designated summer drop in.
All RHL players must be members of USA Hockey.
Each individual member is responsible for signing up with USA Hockey and paying the appropriate fee.
Each individual player is also responsible for providing proof of USA Hockey membership to the RHL upon registration and at any time any official requests evidence of registration.
No person will be permitted to participate in any RHL game without having provided evidence of USA Hockey membership to the RHL 12 hours prior to the game they are participating in.
Each individual player is also responsible for paying the season’s membership fees by the applicable due date.
Any player that does not keep their payments current and up to date will be suspended and will not be allowed to participate in any RHL functions, including games, playoffs, and / or summer RHL Drop In until they are caught up on their payments.
Any individual who has an outstanding balance owed for prior seasons to the RHL, PSAIA, Tacoma Twin Rinks, or any of its affiliate organizations will not be permitted to register with the RHL until these debts are paid in full.
Any individual who is determined to be in not good standing with USA Hockey will not be permitted to register with the RHL until clearing up their status with USA Hockey.
Nontransferable: All memberships are nontransferable.
Members Right to Cancel: A) Death or disability; upon death or total disability of the member, the member may cancel the agreement by giving written notice to PSAIA, at the members cost. Any injury sustained at the Puget Sound Hockey Center facility must be reported to a rink employee immediately and an injury report shall be completed at the time of the injury. (Adult Alternate memberships are non-cancellable and are not included in this member right to cancel guideline.) B) Relocation; The member may cancel the membership of he/she moves to a permanent residence or to a location fifty (50) miles or more from PSAHA. (Adult Alternate memberships are non-cancellable and are not included in this member right to cancel guideline.) PSAIA and the RHL reserves the right to require reasonable evidence of such relocation, death, or disability.