Which league is right for me?
Monday Rec-A: Equivalent to an A or B level ice league. Best for players who are experienced and have played some level of competitive hockey before. Most players have played for 15+ years with a small portion playing at a collegiate level. Games are played Monday nights between 7:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Tuesday Rec-B: Equivalent to a B or C level ice league. All skill levels are welcome, but best for folks who are confident on their skates and can stickhandle while moving. Skill level generally ranges from intermediate to advanced. Games are played Tuesday nights between 6:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Super Sunday: Equivalent to a B or C level ice league. All skill levels are welcome, but best for individuals who are just getting started playing, played previously but haven't played in a while, or are intermediate players. If you can skate forwards and backwards and hold a stick this is a good league for you. Games are played Sunday mornings between 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Thursday Co-Ed: Equivalent to a C or lower level ice league. While women are welcome to play in any of our leagues, the Thursday league is intended for players (male or female) who are just starting out and are looking for a fun and supportive atmosphere to learn the game. During games, each team is required to have at least one female player on the rink. Skill level generally ranges from beginner to intermediate. Games are played Thursday nights between 6:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.
How often are games played?
Teams generally play one game per week weather permitting.
How long are the seasons?
Seasons are composed of 10 regular season games, plus playoffs. Depending on the league either all teams make the playoffs, or the top eight teams make the playoffs.
Is the rink outdoors?
Yes, this is an open air rink.
Do you play year round?
Yes, games are played year round. Since it is an open air rink games are cancelled if the rink is wet, icy, or covered in snow. Otherwise games are played in all climates.
What gear is required?
Required gear for skaters includes:
While we do not require players to wear shinpads or elbow pads, they are strongly encouraged. Players are NOT allowed to wear full ice hockey shoulder pads.
I'm a goalie. Do I have to wear skates?
No, goalies are permitted to play on feet.
Do you play with a ball or a puck?
All games are played with inline hockey balls.
How many skaters are allowed on the rink?
All games are played four-on-four.
Is there water at the rink?
Unfortunately, there is no running water or showers at the rink. Players need to bring their own water.