Adult Hockey offers many member benefits which include a wide variety of playing opportunities for men and women that range from regional adult classics, pond hockey, NHL events and national championships. Get more information on adult hockey events below. The Rinks offer a variety of adult ice hockey programs and leagues for participants of all ages and ability levels. The Rinks are home to thousands of adult hockey players, whether you are new to the sport and looking to play hockey for the first time or have been playing for years and looking to play in an Elite level hockey league, The Rinks has a program or league for you.
Great Park Ice offers a variety of adult ice hockey programs and leagues for participants of all ages and ability levels. Great Park Ice is home to thousands of adult hockey players, whether you are new to the sport and looking to play hockey for the first time or have been playing for years and looking to play in an Elite level hockey league, Great Park Ice has a program or league for you. “The Adult Ice Hockey Club was founded on the principle of a sportmanship recreation ice hockey league. Teams and players agree to do everything in their power to play hockey in a sportsman like manner and display good will towards their opponents.
The Gardens Ice House is home to many of the region's premiere hockey leagues. The USA Hockey sanctions Adult League is the 8th largest adult league in the country! Click the link below for more information and join now! The RMHL is a no-check, adult (18 years+) recreational ice hockey league for players of all abilities. The RMHL is divided into divisions according to ability of players/teams. The winter season runs from late September through mid March, and is a 20 game season, followed by a double-elimination tournament.
Adult Hockey League. Solar4America Ice at San Jose is committed to providing the finest hockey programs. Solar4America Ice at San Jose Adult Hockey League (SIAHL) offers two seasons: a spring/summer league starting in April and a Winter League starting in September. So despite another jump in the number of ice hockey players (which includes youth league as well as adults) we aren’t going to see any additional ice times – even as we increase the number of adult teams at KCIC for the coming season. We certainly appreciate your business and we are grateful that you have selected to pay to play in our league!