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Women's Hockey 

The Gardens Ice House is proud to announce the 21st Season for our In-House Women’s Summer League

Most games will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings, with the possibility of some weekend games. Games will run mid-May through mid-August, with 10 regular season games and one guaranteed playoff game.

Registration is open, please fill out and submit this form: https://forms.gle/kTE1H8HMLKosuNj8A

 

You can contact Emily at tgihwomensleague@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

FINANCIALS

Goalies: $175

Full-time players: $350

Part-time players: $175

Subs: $30

 

Other Stuff:  You need to have a current USA Hockey registration number: http://www.usahockeyregistration.com
You must be 18 years or older to join us. We are planning for 12 teams in the summer league across three divisions: Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

 

Evaluations: These sessions give Captains the chance to see everyone. Evaluations include drills, small area games, and a full ice scrimmage. $20 to attend, you will receive a registration link to the evaluation you indicated in your registration form. 

 

Tuesday, 4/30 8:00-9:30pm (Bronze/Silver)
Tuesday, 4/30 9:30-11:00pm (Silver/Gold)
Friday, 5/3 7:30-9:00pm (all levels)
Tuesday, 5/7 7:10-8:40pm (Silver/Gold)
Tuesday, 5/7 8:40-10:10pm (Bronze/Silver)
Saturday, 5/11 2:10-3:40pm (all levels)

DRAFT & GEAR

Teams are drafted by league captains after the last evaluation. The draft is set up to allow captains to put together evenly balanced-teams. Our focus is fun, safe, and competitive teams! 

If you are new to the sport and need equipment, or if you need to replace some of your well-worn equipment’ with some that have been ‘gently used, please contact John, hockeyjohn1@verizon.net, he has plenty of gear and would be happy to help you! 

Gardens Ice House Women’s Ice Hockey League

Mission Statement and Code of Conduct

Mission:  Since inception, our goal has been to provide a safe, fun, and competitive environment for all women playing in the league, from beginner through college level players.  The Administration, Captain’s Council, and players are asked to keep the big picture in mind:  Do the best we can to ensure each game is a positive experience, so we may continue to have players return each season, and grow the league by encouraging new players to join. 

Ice hockey is a competitive sport, but our league is non-check.  This is a recreational league.  We play for fun and exercise, focusing on safety first, so we need to consistently self-police/look out for one another by taking responsibility for ourselves.  Players need to remember good sportsmanship and make split second decisions to protect themselves and opponents.

 

Dangerous plays may occur that are still within the rules and not something that can be penalized.  Captains should encourage players to play to the best of their ability while conducting themselves in a safe and controlled manner.  Players should report unacceptable behavior, on and off the ice, to captains or the League Commissioner.

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