Greater Toronto Hockey Leagues
Are you interested in playing in an adult hockey league? Here is a list of hockey league organizers in the Greater Toronto area.
Downtown Men’s Hockey League
“The premier recreational hockey league in Toronto and the GTA for those hockey starved male and female athletes out there looking for an organized league with plenty of options that lets them play their favourite game.”
PSA Adult Hockey League
“The PSA Adult Hockey League is perfect for beginner player. As Canadians, hockey is part of our heritage. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, many do not have the opportunity to play growing up. Regardless of your age or ability, it’s hard not to fall in love with the sport. Many adults feel like it’s too late to start playing, and that’s where the PowerSkating Academy Adult Hockey League (PSA Hockey League) comes in. This league was created with beginners in mind. We are the league for those who have never played before, who have recently started playing organized hockey, or for those who are just picking the game back up again after a long hiatus.”
True North Hockey Canada
“Established in 1990. Focused on Adult Recreational Hockey for Men and Women in Toronto & Brampton.”
New Direction Hockey
“New Direction Hockey is one of the safest and most competitive summer hockey leagues offered in Ontario. We run programs out of the Magna Center in the heart of Newmarket. A to D level registration for summer 2017 begins at the end of January.”
Toronto Sport & Social Club
“TSSC is Toronto’s best provider of adult co-ed and single sex sports leagues. Our programs run year round, indoor and outdoor, and include over 20 different types of sports.”
Average Joe Sports Club
“Average Joe Sports Club organizes co-ed recreational sports leagues and corporate events for the Brampton, Burlington/Oakville, Hamilton, Milton (USC), Ontario regions. Average Joe Sports Club creates great opportunities for everyday adults, co-workers, family and friends to stay active, spend time together, meet new people, and have fun playing their favourite sports!”
Let us know in the comments if there are any other hockey leagues that should be added to the list.