2022-2023 Winter Glacier Hockey League Season

The Glacier Hockey League (GHL) winter season has nine divisions to accommodate players of varying skill levels.  Players register either as part of a team or as a free agent (instructions below). Team jerseys are provided for new winter players, or teams may provide their own jerseys.

Divisions & Nights

CupHighly-advanced players with pro, college or junior hockey experienceWednesdays
Game start times between 8:30-11:30 pm
AdvancedAdvanced-level players with junior or high school experienceMondays
Game start times between 8:30-11:30 pm
CompetitiveUpper intermediate-level players with limited youth hockey experienceSundays
Game start times between 3:00-11:00 pm
IntermediateIntermediate-level players with limited adult hockey experience (Bitterroot is higher conference; Clark Fork is lower Tuesdays
Game start times between 8:15-11 pm
NoviceLower-intermediate players with minimal adult hockey experience. (Jumbo is higher conference; Sentinel is lower). No slap shotsSundays
Game start times between 3:00-11:00 pm
Hang Loose APlayers 35 and older of Cup/Advanced/Competitive levelThursdays
Game start times between 7:15-11:30 pm
Hang Loose BPlayers 35 and older of Intermediate levelThursdays
Game start times between 7:15-11:30 pm
Hang Loose CPlayers 35 and older of Novice and Intermediate level, or those looking for a more laid-back division (no slap shots)Mondays
Game start times between 8:30-11:30 pm
Women'sWomen's-only division of all skill levelsWednesdays
Game start times between 8:30-11:30 pm

Nights and divisions are subject to change, based on registration numbers.


The 2022-2023 begins November 6, 2022 and runs for 15 weeks.  All teams will have 14 regular season games and 1 guaranteed playoff game. Winning teams will continue to advance through the playoffs until they’re eliminated or declared GHL Champions.  Playoff division finals are a best-of-three series and will completed by Spring Break.

Games are not played over Thanksgiving (November 24 & 25), the Christmas break (December 22-January 1) and potentially Super Bowl Sunday.


Players: $300

A winter payment plan will be available to those with a stored credit card on file for a $15 fee. Initial down payment is $100. Two additional $100 payments will be processed November 6, 2022 and January 1, 2023.

Goalies: $150

Each registration fee includes a $10 capital improvement fund fee that goes towards future rink improvement projects.

All players must register with USA Hockey to play in the league. You cannot register for the league without a USA Hockey number.


Players can register online using our Dash Platform, beginning Sept. 6.

See our Financial Policies for information on registration refunds.


Ryan Geiges, Adult Hockey Director
Phone: 406.552.25499
Email: ryan@glaciericerink.com

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