Registration will be open;
June 15, 2022 @ 1:00pm MST till August 31, 2022 @11:59pm
.... Late fee is effective September 1 based on availability
SOUTH CALGARY HOCKEY HOUSE LEAGUE (SCHHL)
U9 (2014/2015) & U11 (2012/2013)
The Flames Community House League is a partnership between the Calgary Flames organization, Hockey Calgary and our member associations. The goal is to provide recreational players the opportunity to play organized hockey that is affordable, fun and safe with moderate time commitments allowing for participation in other social, academic or recreational activities. It also provides players with limited skills and knowledge an introduction to the game in a less intimidating format. The program is regionally based, offers participants a chance to play the great game of hockey with less time and travel commitments.
Southwest Hockey is excited to be part of this league in conjunction with; Bow Valley, Knights & Wolverines.
Age Divisions: U9 & U11 (2012-2015)
Program runs: October 17, 2022 to March 5, 2023 (for schedule details click the "Registration Information" link below)
If you are interested in this league, register early to avoid disappointment! Limited number of spaces available.
The registrations for this league are on a ‘first come, first COMPLETED registration’ basis.
Every team gets 1 practice and 1 game per week. For details on the scheduled breaks throughout the season see the "Registration Information document".
Each Association schedules their teams for practices and their "home" games.
Southwest teams will PRACTICE;
Arena - Cardel Rec South (CRS)
Day - Wednesday's
Times - Will alternate between 4:00-5:00pm and 5:15-6:15pm
- All league games will be held on either Saturday or Sunday. For possible arenas and time range for the league you can click on the "Registration Information document"
- The complete game schedule will NOT be determined, and will NOT be communicated, in advance of your team placement.
Southwest "HOME" games will be held on Saturdays at Cardel Rec South from 7:45 - 8:45am
The information here is provided as a guideline for the upcoming season and can be subject to change.
HOUSE LEAGUE JAMBOREE
Hockey Calgary is working on a season ending House League Jamboree with all teams being eligible to participate!! Stay tuned for updates!
Targeted Date of Event: March 2023
What is the difference between House League and Community??
|COMPARING||House League||Community League|
|Player Placement||Teams are balanced||Players are tiered based on skill|
|Full-Ice Practices||NO||U9: No // U11: Some|
|Full-Ice Games||U9: No // U11: Yes||U9: No // U11: Yes|
|Purchase Additional Ice||NO||Yes|
|Exhibition Games Permitted||NO||Yes|
|Esso Minor Hockey Week||NO||Yes|
|House League Jamboree||PENDING||No|
|Playoffs Permitted||NO||U9: No // U11: Yes|
|Police Checks for Coaches||YES. Mandatory||Yes. Mandatory|
|Coaching Requirements||Same in both leagues||Same in both leagues|
EVALUATIONS / TEAM PLACEMENT
Evaluation Skates: Tentatively scheduled for: OCT 1 & 2, 2022
Once the evaluation skates have concluded and the team placements have been done you will receive your team information from either your Coach or a TeamSnap invitation.
For assistance about your Team Placement contact your division coordinator:
U9 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation in this program is mandatory of registration with SW. The benefits of volunteering are enormous to you, your family, and our hockey community.
If you have a child playing in both the Community League and House League, you MUST fulfill the Volunteer Bond requirements for the Community League.
For assistance about Volunteering contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
COACHING in House League
Did you know? --- This program is run by volunteer coaches from the parent group!!
The House League division requires 2 Coaches to carry all the "Head Coach certifications".
For assistance about Coaching contact: email@example.com or
EQUIPMENT & CARE
New to hockey? Click the link below for more information and resources about equipment. Additionally, it is important to note:
- Hockey sticks should be between the child’s chin and nose --- while ON skates.
- Hockey Tape should also be put on both the ‘butt end’ and blade of the stick.
- Skates ‘out of the box’ are NOT sharp. They will need to be sharpened prior to the participants first skate session.
FULL EQUIPMENT is ALWAYS MANDATORY!!
Ready to Register?
Registration links open JUNE 15, 2022
This program is ONLY for participants born from 2012 to 2015!