The Glacier Hockey League (GHL) spring season has four divisions to accommodate players of varying skill levels. Players register individually and will be placed on a team by the league commissioner. Teams will be capped at 15 skaters and divisions will be limited to a maximum of eight teams (B & C), six teams (Novice) and two teams (A).
To maintain parity among teams and encourage players to make new friends, full rosters will not be accommodated. Teams will be formed after online registration closes on March 30. Players registering after that date will be placed where there is room and are not guaranteed to be placed where requested.
Players must provide their own jerseys for the spring season. Please bring a light and dark jersey to each game.
Divisions and Nights
- A Division | Cup/Advanced/Hang Loose A players | Wednesdays
- B Division | Competitive/Upper-Level Intermediate pPlayers | Thursdays | Game times are between 6:45–10:30pm
- C Division | Intermediate/Upper-Level Novice/Hang Loose B Players | Tuesdays | Game times are between 6:45–10:30 pm
- Novice | Players with Minimal Hockey Experience | Wednesdays | Game times are between 7:45–10:15 pm
See the Winter Season page for descriptions of the above levels.
The spring season runs eight weeks between April 2 –May 23 and consists of seven regular games and one “playoff” game (except for A Division).
Players: $125.00 for B, C & Novice Divisions | $80.00 for A Division | + $45.00 USA Hockey Fee*
Goalies: $60.00 for B, C & Novice | $40.00 for A Division | +$45.00 USA Hockey Fee*
*USA Hockey registration is handled separately by the player; fees are paid directly to USA Hockey.
Players need a 2018-2019 USA Hockey number to register for spring programs.
Online: Register online beginning February 20.
In-Person: Stop by the office M-F between 8:00am–2:00pm. You may register at the Skate Shop in the evenings and weekends.
Scott Noble, Adult Hockey Director | firstname.lastname@example.org | 406.728.0316 x ??