Adult Hockey League

2018 Spring Adult Hockey league

Spring Season: February 26 - April 19          
 
    Registration Form        Online Registration
  • Skilled Adult Division (SAD): For skilled players with past hockey experience that consider themselves to be an A or B+ level adult hockey player.
  • Recreational Adult Developmental Division (RADD): For a variation of skills levels ranging from B- to D level players to allow more experienced players to assist with the pace of the game and help new players gain experience.
  • The Senior League Staff reserves the right to remove any player whose skill level or play does not demonstrate the principles of good sportsmanship and a high level of integrity during adult recreational hockey.

Registration Deadline: February 19, 2018

Fee: $150.00/player, $75.00/goalie

 

Games:         February 26 - April 19, 2018

Games will be held on the following days and times.
All teams and league levels will rotate between the following games days and times.
*If additional games are necessary the contingent game days and times may be added to the schedule.

Confirmed Games:

Sunday: 8:30-9:20pm, 9:30-10:20pm, 10:30-11:20pm
Tuesday:  8:30-9:20pm, 9:30-10:20pm, 10:30-11:20pm
Wednesday: 8:30-9:20pm & 9:30-10:20pm
Thursday: 8:30-9:20pm, 9:30-10:20pm, 10:30-11:20pm

Senior LEague

General Information

  • Must be 18 and older
  • Co-ed teams
  • Register together as a team or as an individual to be placed on team
  • Skilled Adult Division (SAD): For skilled players with past hockey experience that consider themselves to be an A or B+ level adult hockey player
  • Recreational Adult Developmental Division (RADD): For a variation of skills levels ranging from B- to D level players to allow more experienced players to assist with the pace of the game and help new players gain experience
  • The Senior League Staff reserves the right to remove any player whose skill level or play does not demonstrate the principles of good sportsmanship and a high level of integrity during adult recreational hockey
  • Leagues are dependent on the number of registered players
  • Teams can have a maximum of 16 players including goalies
  • No more than five players who have played on a competitive, organized team within the last year may play together on the same team
  • Schedule and rosters to be sent to all participants after the registration deadline
  • All players must provide proof of current (2017-2018) USA Hockey membership prior to participating in the first game
  • A helmet and full face mask are required at all times!

Roster and Game Schedule

Final rosters are completed shortly after the registration deadline. Completed rosters and game schedules will be emailed, posted on the website and at the Newlove Pro Shop once confirmed.

League Fee

$150 per player, $75 for goalies

Jerseys

Jerseys are provided through the Adult Leagues for use during the current league.  Jerseys must be returned at the conclusion of the registered season.  A jersey fee of $35.00 will be billed to any player who does not return their jersey at the conclusion of the season.  Teams that wish to wear their own jersey simply need to pre-approve the color and artwork with the commissioners. All jerseys must be the same color and all players should wear the same number for the entire season.

Rules of Play

Strict adherence to USA Hockey rules is expected by all players and we endorse a "Zero Tolerance" policy for aggression and violence among spectators and players in our leagues! A player's first fight results in game ejection and two game suspension. A player's second fight results in suspension from League for remainder of the season including playoffs.

All games have two on-ice officials and one score keeper. The ten goal mercy rule applies when any team is leading after the second period by more than 10 goals; they are declared the winner. Both teams may use remaining ice time for practice. Penalties expire if the opposing team scores and the clock only stops for legitimate injuries or official time-outs. Players will be asked to check in and show identification at the start of each game. Teams with illegal or non-registered players forfeit the game.

A helmet and full face mask are required at all times!

3 on 3 League: Fall

General Information

  • Must be 18 and older, Co-ed teams
  • A/B League and C League skill levels combined
    (Dividing leagues is dependent on the number of registered players)
  • Maximum of seven players per team, including goalie
  • Maximum three players per line plus one goalie
  • Games are 25 minutes in duration held on the Multi-Purpose Ice
  • No checking, No slap shots
  • Protective equipment including helmet with full face mask/cage is required
  • League rules are distributed, must be read, signed and turned in to the League Commissioner prior to the first game
  • All players must provide proof of current (2015-2016) USA Hockey or ISI hockey membership prior to participating in the first game

Roster and Game Schedule

Final rosters are completed shortly after the registration deadline. Completed rosters and game schedules will be emailed, posted on the website and at the Newlove Pro Shop once confirmed.

League Fee

$75 per player, Goalies Free

Free Agent Skates & Registration Skates

Players may register entire teams or as individuals on these nights. Skaters may arrive late or leave early. All registered or interested players are encouraged to attend. Full equipment is mandatory included helmets with full face mask or cage. Shinny rules apply.

Free Agent Skates: $5.00
Registration Skate: Free to players signing up for 3 on 3

Jerseys

Pinnies are provided to each team per game and must be turned back in upon the completion of each game. Teams that wish to wear their own jersey simply need to pre-approve the color and artwork with the commissioner(s). All jerseys must be the same color and all players should wear the same number for the entire season.

 

For more information contact:

Joe Bernyk, Ice Arena Hockey Coordinator
jbernyk@bgsu.edu
419-372-2164

Practicum Opportunities for BGSU Students

Practicum opportunities are available through the School of Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies administering this league. Refer to the Student Employment Practicum & Internships page for more information. Contact the BGSU Ice Arena at icearena@bgsu.edu or call the Newlove pro shop at 419.372.2264.

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