Sign up for the Castlegar Gentleman’s Hockey League

The CGHL is a league that offers competitive hockey for all age groups.

The CGHL is a league that offers competitive hockey for all age groups finishing minor hockey to seniors.

We welcome all skill levels and offer a fun and safe way to play hockey competitively and meet new people across all age groups.

We are seeking passionate players that love hockey and would love to participate. The more the merrier.

There will be a draft held this year to select players and ensure there is an even playing field among the teams. We are also looking for sponsors that would be featured in a weekly article submitted by league representatives.

Full Season: $350.00 Half Season: $200.00 Referee Compensation: $40.00 per game/ $30.00 per two-man system

There are Summer open ice times to get re-acquainted: $20 drop in. Goalies are free.

To sign up, please email Bergen Price at by Sept. 15 and make sure to include your age, where you played last (highest skill level) and current employment.

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