The Gardens Ice House is proud to announce the 17th Season for our In-House Women’s Winter League!
All games will be Sunday afternoon or evening. The season starts October 15 and will go through mid-March. We have six teams in one division this winter. You must be 18 or older to join us. Evaluations give Captains the ability to rate players and see everyone- after the last evaluation, the captains hold a draft. The goal of the Captains is to put together equally balanced teams for each division.
$250 per goalie and $550 per player. Subs will pay $30 per game they play.
Other Stuff: You need to have a current USA Hockey registration number: http://www.usahockeyregistration.com
We have concluded all evaluations and conducted the draft. If you are interested in joining the sub list please fill out this google form:
If you would like to join the women's league email distribution or need more information about the league, please contact Emily at: email@example.com
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, firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
2023 Fall/Winter Women's League Registration is Now Open!
Women's Captain Registration- Captains use this link to register your team
* If Co-Captains only ONE of the captains uses this link to register the team, the other uses the player registration link to register.
Women's Player Registration- To be used by women players already recruited onto a team to register themselves onto the team's roster.
The second co-captain should also use this link to register.