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January State Of The League
Fellow NCHLers,

The league is having an evaluation this Thursday January 9th, 10:15pm at NIC 1. Come join us and rate some new players. One representative from every team is expected. We would rather a couple of guys.

Thanks to all that came out to the Annual Family Fun Skate, was a great turnout this year. Hope everyone who attended enjoyed themselves.

Their is a 35 game coming up next week, Thursday January 16th. If you would like to attend or would like more info, email André at

The board members are starting to prepare for the Finals night. If your business or employer would like to donate a door prize please email Mike at and we can work at getting your business some online exposure, etc.

Also we will also be looking for some volunteers to help us get through the Finals Night. If you would like to help, even a little bit please email me(Kyle) at

Still a ton of hockey to play. A couple of guys above 40pims and a few knocking on the door. Definately going to be a few guys missing more games before the end of the season.

As always, if you are looking to better your game or would just like more ice time, check out to the city adult programs.

We made it through December without defaulting any games. Even though we were close a few times. Great job team reps, not an easy month.

Kyle Hains
NCHL President
Posted by NCHL PRESIDENT, Created 14 days ago

CARHA Coverage

Posted by NCHL PRESIDENT, Created Sun Oct 7, 2018, Updated Fri Nov 30, 2018

Helmet guidelines

An official is not going to make sure you're helmet/visor/mask is approved.  That is up to you to determine how important your head and face are to you.
But an official may ask you to leave the ice because of;
     -chin strap is missing/undone.  Even if a full cage is attached.  This is a CARHA rule and warm up is included.
     -visor/cage/mask isn't secured properly.  One of the two straps holding on the cage is not considered proper.
     -or anything else the official notices that he believes to be unsafe. 

ATTENTION GOALIES:  Wearing an uncertified cateye cage is legal in our league, but is at the risk of the person wearing it.  Any injuring caused by the enlarged eye holes will not be insured or covered in any way.

Posted by NCHL MEMAL, Created Thu Jan 19, 2017, Updated Wed Mar 28, 2018