Women's, Masters, and More

In addition to leagues for youths and adults, we offer a Women's League (females 13+) and a Masters League (men 35+, women 30+). Many participants in these leagues also play in an adult league. We also offer a variety of training clinics, such as power skating, throughout the year.

Women's
League
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Masters
League
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Training
Clinics
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Learn To Be
a Referee
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Women's League
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The Women's League is a open to all females aged 13 and over. Women of all skill levels are invited, and many of the players are relatively new to the game.

 

This league places a high level of emphasis on fun, good-spirited competition and positive social interactions both on the ice and sometimes in the cafe after a game! 

Schedule and More

Winter Season: April 5 - September 27

  24 games (no games July 12 or August 23)

  Tuesdays 6.45-7.45p

2022 Ice Fees: Save $40 with Early Registration by April 1, with $70 due at registration, then $245 due May 1 and April 1 -or- prepay $520 for the whole winter. Regular Registration after April 1 is $40 more.

 

Annual memberships in CIHA and NZIHF are required for this league and these fees are separate from the ice fees.

 STANDINGS 

Masters League
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The coed non-checking Masters League is open to our more seasoned players (men 35+ and women 30+). 

Games are not refereed and the atmosphere is casual and social, with most players looking to get some exercise while having fun with a sport they love. 

Schedule and More

There are no formal trainings and scrimmages are 9.45-10.45p most Wednesdays throughout the year, excepting holidays. Age-eligible CIHA members are welcome to drop in and play Masters on a casual basis.

 

2022 Ice Fees: players pay only for the sessions they attend and the cost per session depends on playing numbers (typically $20-$25)

 

(We don't keep track of game scores or stats in Masters League!) 

Training Clinics
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CIHA occasionally offers skill sessions and special training clinics, sometimes just for specific groups, and sometimes open to all players. Past sessions have included skills sessions for senior league, skills for women, and power skating sessions open to all. 

Schedule and More
Learn To Be a Referee
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The Canterbury Ice Hockey Referee's Association (CIHRA) is a separate organisation from CIHA and is comprised of more than a dozen trained ice hockey referees, ranging from relatively new officials to those with many years of experience who have refereed International Ice Hockey Federation sanctioned world competitions.

Schedule and More

Referee training sessions are occasionally help during the year. For more information on becoming a game official, contact the Canterbury Ice Hockey Referee's Association at ric.cihra@gmail.com