WHY PLAY IN THE ASHL?
Our award-winning player management tool enhances your ASHL experience anytime your’re not on the ice.
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REAL-TIME GAME DATA
Statistics, scheduling, standings, player attendance tracking – all in real time. Manage your team like never before!
The only hockey league with a true rewards program. Earn Puck Bucks & pay down your league fees!
Our on-site staff are complimented by two experienced officals, every game. We’re a smooth operation.
UPDATED RULE BOOK
Our rulebook is updated yearly, and combines Hockey Canada rules with rules designed for adult rec hockey.
All ASHL players are members of Hockey Canada and receive insurance coverage anytime you step on the ice for a game.
COMPETE FOR FUN. COMPETE FOR FREE!
We take your ASHL season to the next level with our extended playoff experience. The best part? It’s all free.
There are no additional fees in the playoffs, so if you keep winning, you’ll keep playing.
Once your regular season comes to a close your team will advance to the divsional playoffs. The games really start to matter here as your team vies for the right to make it to the Facility Championships.
The ASHL’s Facility Championships pit division winners at the same calibre against each other with teams vying for the right to represent their facility as the ASHL’s Regional Championship. Bragging rights are on the line.
Next-level playoffs! Facility Champions from each region compete for the Regional Championship. ASHL has 3 separate regions: Eastern (Greater Toronto Area, Brossard); Central (Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg); & Pacific (Armstrong, Burnaby, Langley, North Shore)
NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
The ultimate qualification tournament in rec hockey features teams from across the ASHL going head-to-head for the ASHL’s National Championship! Visit the Event Website for more information about the crown jewel of the ASHL’s playoffs.
DIVISIONS & SKILL LEVELS
Whether you’ve played in the ECHL, or started in your late-twenties,
based on your skill level, we’ve got the division for you!
Minor Pro (NHL, AHL,
Europe, ECHL, UHL,
CHL, WPHL, etc);
NCAA Division I;
Major Junior (QMJHL,
OHL, WHL, USHL);
Women’s (or Girls)
II or III, CIAU) or
Quebec Junior AAA;
(or Girls) A,
BB or B
Canadian College (OCAA,
MCAC, ACAC, etc),
Junior B or C,
AA or A,
High School, Rep AAA,
AA or A;
No experience with an organized League,
started playing hockey
as an adult