Adult Hockey Automated Subs System Information

TWIN RINKS ADULT HOCKEY

New Players Always Welcome!
Join anytime.
email kayne@twinrinks.com

We need Goalies!  Email subs@twinrinks.com

Instructional Adult Hockey is designed for those individuals with minimal or no previous hockey experience who want to develop their skills and learn to play the game.  Current Instructional Schedule

Leisure League is for individuals with limited hockey experience (normally less than 3 years) who are looking to play hockey as an enjoyable, leisure activity
The average age is 40, 35% of the players are over 45.
Current Leisure Schedule

Bronze League is for individuals with limited hockey experience (normally less than 4 years) who are looking to play hockey as an enjoyable, recreational activity.    The average age is 40, 35% of the players are over 45.
Current Bronze Schedule

Silver League is geared for those players who have some experience and would like to play a fun, semi-competitive game. 
(players are normally playing below a C level of play).  The average age is 39.5, 33% of the players are over 45.
Current Silver Schedule

Gold League is geared for those players who have some experience and would like to play a fun, semi-competitive game. 
(players are normally playing at a C level of play).  The average age is 39.5, 33% of the players are over 45.
Current Gold Schedule

Platinum League  is geared for those players who have some experience and would like to play a fun, semi-competitive game. 
(players are normally playing at a high C level of play).
Current Platinum Schedule

Diamond League  is geared for those players who have some experience and would like to play a fun, semi-competitive game. 
(players are normally playing at a high C / Low B level of play).
Current Diamond Schedule

USA Hockey registration website

Twin Rinks Adult Hockey League Rules and Regulations

Skate Sharpening for late night hockey players

Adult Rat Hockey Information              Adult Rat Hockey Schedule

AED  located on the South concesion stand wall.  Click here for instrucitons.

This page was last updated on Wednesday, August 03, 2016