You’ve been asked to sacrifice a lot this year, and your efforts have made a difference.
The City of Toronto is currently in the Grey Zone of Ontario’s COVID-19 Response Framework. We remain optimistic that Toronto will soon enter the Red Zone, with the Province’s framework permitting sports gameplay to take place once a region enters the Orange Zone. As we await good news, let’s talk about what we’ve got in store for the Summer ’21 season!


We’re bringing 5-on-5 hockey back to the ASHL for the Summer ’21 season. Whether you’re registering a team, or as an individual, we’ve got a division for you.


In this landscape, safety is more important than ever. We’re here to help ensure that your experience in the ASHL is safe, and most importantly fun, on, and off the ice.


You may notice a few changes at the rink. Please be advised that personal masks are required to be worn at all times unless you’re participating. Click here for more information.



Target Start Date: April 25th*
Target End Date: August 28th*
Games (16):
◾ 14 regular season games
◾ Two (2) playoff games

Divisions + Skill Levels:
◾ Men’s A, B, C, D, E  (Sun. – Thurs.)
Men’s Saturday PM 

Start dates, end dates, and game count may be subject to change based on Provincial Guidelines. See Terms and Conditions below for additional details.


◾ Format: 5-on-5 
◾ Cohorts: In accordance with Provincial guidelines, divisions will be structured with four-team cohorts.*
◾ Rosters: Teams will be permitted to carry 11 skaters and one goaltender, as specified within Ontario’s guidelines of 48 participants per cohort.*

Subject to change and scheduling requirements, a mid-season break may be introduced to re-structure cohorts and re-tier divisions. In the event of such a break, teams will be permitted to add + remove players from their roster.


Sun, Tues-Thurs: $4,269.99
Monday: $3,939.99
Saturday: $2,689.99
Deposit: $500.00
Payment Plan will be available

Teams are permitted to use an existing credit towards their deposit for the ASHL Summer ’21 season. In the event that the number of games needs to be reduced due to Provincial restrictions preventing gameplay, the team fee will be adjusted commensurate with the number of games that are able to be played, should this be necessary.

*TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Season start dates, end dates, game counts, and playing format are subject to change based at the behest of the Ontario Provincial Government, and any of its Government health agencies with the authority to issue public health orders, guidelines, and/or restrictions. In the event that the target start date needs to be adjusted, the league will determine if the original allotment of games can still be played, or if the length of the season will need to be adjusted. In the event of a reduction in guaranteed games, the team fees will be adjusted, commensurate with the new number of guaranteed games that will be included in the Summer ’21 season. In the event that gameplay is interrupted after the season has started, the league will determine if the length of the season needs to be adjusted in accordance with the length of any potential stoppage. Should the number of guaranteed games need to be reduced, the remaining team fees owed will be adjusted, commensurate with the number of guaranteed games that are able to be offered. In the event that gameplay is interrupted and unable to resume, teams will receive a credit towards a future ASHL season or Canlan programming, commensurate with the monies paid in relation to the number of games played at the time of the league stoppage. 


Looking to register but don’t have a team? We can help.
Click the button below to fill out our Individual Contact Form so we can help find you a team.

Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday Divisions: $369.99 + HST
Monday Divisions: $349.99 + HST
Saturday Divisions: $239.99 + HST


989 Murray Ross Pkwy | Toronto, ON | M3J 3M4
League Manager: Paul Arvisais

Featuring five NHL-sized rinks and one Olympic-size pad, Canlan Ice Sports – York is the largest facility of its type in the Greater Toronto Area. Nestled on the campus of York University, the facility is conveniently located close to Highway 400 and Highway 407 and has subway access by way of Pioneer Village Station. In addition to boasting the ASHL, the facility also plays host to the York Lions hockey teams and features an on-site Wild Wing restaurant and Canlan Sports Shop.