Registration open for Terrace rec hockey

Teams have until Aug. 25 to avoid the wait list for the Terrace Adult Hockey League

Registration is open for the Terrace Adult Hockey League, and it’s using the online system again for the 2017-18 season.

Players can register and pay securely online at http://terraceadulthockey.ca.

Club president Travis Lamming said the league has been very successful over the past few seasons.

New rules and a crackdown on rough play and trash talk, was put in place a few years ago to keep the game fun and recreational, and both the Oldtimers and Rec Division have had balanced teams to make for competitive games every night.

Oldtimers teams play with no slap shots, no body checking rules and are a minimum of 35 years old.

The Rec League is very competitive and features a high level of play with many former Terrace Rep and River Kings bringing a real heightened skill level to the game.

Anyone who registers online after August 25, will be placed on a waiting list.

The league is also always looking for new and returning officials, and anyone interested can contact Dave Scott at 250-635-3716 or Travis Lamming at 250-615-7560.

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