The Glacier Hockey League (GHL) fall season has three divisions to accommodate players of varying skill levels. Individual players should register as free agents, or a group of players who want to play together can register for a team using the same team code (listed below). If you would like to captain a team, contact Ryan Geiges.
Teams will be formed after online registration closes on September 4 or when divisions fill. Players registering after that date will be placed where there is room and are not guaranteed to be placed on their requested team.
Players must provide their own jerseys for the fall season. Please bring a light and dark jersey to each game.
Divisions & Nights
- B Division (six teams): Competitive/Upper-Level Intermediate players – Tuesdays
- C Division (six teams): Intermediate/Upper-Level Novice/Hang Loose B players – Thursdays
- Novice (four teams): Players with Minimal Hockey experience – Wednesdays
Due to COVID-19 operating restrictions, teams will be limited to a maximum of 13 skaters.
September 8-October 22, 2020
Fall season runs seven weeks and consists of six regular games and one “playoff” game.
- Tuesday/Thursday game times are 6:45, 8:15 and 9:45 pm
- Wednesday games are at 8:30 and 10 pm
Registration fee includes a $5 capital improvement fund fee that goes towards future rink capital projects.
Players will need a 2020-2021 USA Hockey number to register (additional cost). Please allow a few minutes for your USA Hockey number to activate before registering for the GHL
Online: Registration will open August 17.
Register online following the process below:
- Visit the online registration portal
- Select which division you want to register for
- Either login or create an account if you do not have one
- Enter one of the team codes below (xx-xxx, including the dash)
- Confirm registrant name, enter USA Hockey number, and click the box accepting the terms of the waiver.
- Click ‘Add to Cart’ and complete on-screen instructions for payment.
Note: Goalie sign-up will continue to use the Individual ‘free agent’ sign-up process that has been used in the past. If you don’t care which team you are placed on, you may also register as a free agent and you will be placed where there is room.
See our Financial Policies for information on registration refunds.
Ryan Geiges, Adult Hockey Director