The Glacier Hockey League (GHL) winter season has ten divisions to accommodate players of varying skill levels. Players will be placed on a team through a pre-season captains’ draft or can request to play with a specific team and/or players. Players registering after the draft will be placed where there is room and are not guaranteed to be placed on their requested team. Team jerseys are provided for the season.
Divisions and Nights
Cup (highly-advanced players with pro, college or junior hockey experience) – Wednesdays (maximum of 6 teams)
Advanced (advanced-level players with junior or high school experience) – Mondays (maximum of 6 teams)
Competitive – (upper intermediate-level players with limited youth hockey experience) – Sundays (maximum of 12 teams)
Intermediate – (intermediate-level players with limited adult hockey experience) – Tuesdays and one Friday game per week (maximum of 16 teams)
Novice – (lower-intermediate players with minimal adult hockey experience. No slap shots) – Sundays (maximum of 14 teams)
Hang Loose A – (players 35 and older of Cup/Advanced/Competitive level) – Thursdays (maximum of 6 teams)
Hang Loose B – (players 35 and older of Intermediate level) – Thursdays (maximum of 8 teams)
Hang Loose C – (players 35 and older of Novice and Intermediate level, or those looking for a more laid-back division. No slap shots) – Mondays (maximum of 6 teams)
Women’s – (women’s-only division) – Wednesdays (maximum of 6 teams)
Note: nights and divisions are subject to change based on registration numbers. Each team must have a minimum of 12 players.
Winter league begins November 4 and runs 14 weeks through February, with single-elimination playoffs beginning in March. Finals in each division will be a best of three series. There is a two-week break over the holidays (December 24-January 3).
Players: $240 until October 20 $290 after October 20 Goalies: $100
Registration will open in September