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CAHL 2020-2021 Season

 

Team Registration

 

Step 1 | Step 2

 

Register your own team online today below in just two easy steps for the upcoming CAHL 2020-2021 Season.

 

Our Weeknight Divisions will begin on Monday, September 28th, 2020 and our Weekend Divisions will begin on Friday, October 2nd, 2020.

 

New teams are welcome to register as well. All you need are a few small groups of friends.

 

We also have Free Agents to help you complete your team if you don't have enough players.

 

New custom team uniforms can be provided for you as well at a CAHL team rate.

 

Email us at info@cahl.ca for more information or register your own team online today below in just two easy steps for the upcoming CAHL 2020-2021 Season.

 

 

Step 1 of 2: Choose a Division

 

Weeknight Divisions I-V | Weekend Divisions I-V

 

Weeknight Divisions I, II, III, IV, V

 

-29-33 or more game season

 

-28 regular season games and a guaranteed minimum of 1 playoff game (up to 5 or more playoff games)

 

-All games are 1 hour and 15 minute ice times

 

-100% weeknight games only on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday night

 

-Never have any games on any Friday, Saturday, or Sunday
 

-Keep 100% of your weekends free for yourself, your family, and your friends

 

-About 1 game per week (there may be some bye weeks and weeks with more than 1 game)

 

-2 referees and a timekeeper per game

 

-Our referees complete the Hockey Canada Certification Clinic every year to be Hockey Canada Certified and they have many years of experience up to former Major Junior WHL - Western Hockey League

 

-Our timekeepers have many years of experience

 

-We play at arenas such as Edge School*

 

-Includes player insurance through CARHA

 

-Multiple divisions and a 5 game seeding round

 

 

Weeknight Divisions I-V for various skill and experience levels:

 

Weeknight Division I

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive league level

-e.g. 10 years minor hockey higher divisions (1/2/3)**

 

Weeknight Division II

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive league level

-e.g. 9 years minor hockey medium divisions (3/4/5)**

 

Weeknight Division III

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive or recreational league level

-e.g. 8 years minor hockey lower divisions (5/6/7) or recreational league**

 

Weeknight Division IV

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive or recreational league level

-e.g. 7 years minor hockey lower divisions (5/6/7) or recreational league**

 

Weeknight Division V

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive or recreational league level

-e.g. 6 years minor hockey lower divisions (5/6/7) or recreational league**

 

 

*There are games at Edge School and there may or may not be games at other arenas. There is no guarantee of any specific number of arenas or the number of games at any specific arenas, and the number of games at any specific arenas may vary among the teams and divisions.

**Skill levels are very difficult to describe without knowing the playing background of every player on every team and are only a very rough approximation and may greatly vary. There is no guarantee of parity or how often a team may win or lose, or what scores a team may win or lose by.

 

 

Seeding Round

Please also read the section further below that was added on August 23rd, 2020 titled 16 Player Team Rosters, No Division Limit and Realignments if There is still a Government Restriction

 

Rule 2-1. (as of Dec 8, 2019) Seeding Round:

 

The first 5 games of the winter and summer seasons are a seeding round.

 

Upon completion of the 5 game seeding round the last place team of the higher division will automatically switch divisions and schedules with the first place team of the lower division. This is automatic and non-appealable under any circumstances.

 

The tie-breaking procedure is as follows:

1. Wins

2. Head-to-Head Record

3. Goal Differential

 

After the seeding round there shall be no more team movement unless the last place team of the higher division and the first place team of the lower division both agree to switch divisions and schedules.

 

 

16 Player Team Rosters, No Division Limit and Realignments if There is still a Government Restriction

 

As of August 23rd, 2020:

 

Please note that if there is still the government restriction that "sports teams can play in region-only cohorts of up to 50 players (mini leagues)" then we will have the following until the government restriction is lifted.

 

1. 16 Player Team Rosters: Teams can still have a team roster of 16 players. However, 16 players is the maximum. Teams can only have sub skaters and sub goalies from other teams within the same cohort and they would not count towards the 16 player team roster limit.

 

2. Regular Division Sizes: The divisions will still be regular in size. However, the division schedule will accommodate the government restriction of 50 players in a cohort by having groups of 3 teams play each other with a 14 day break before those 3 teams play against the other teams within the same regular sized division.

 

3. Roster Changes and Realignments: The team rosters can be changed and division realignments can be made during the 14 day breaks that comes after the groups of 3 teams play each other before they play the other teams within the same regular sized divisions.

 

In the event that the government restriction that "sports teams can play in region-only cohorts of up to 50 players (mini leagues)" is lifted during the season then we would make adjustments accordingly and lift the 16 player team roster limit and change the schedule so that it is no longer based on groups of 3 teams playing each other before they play the other teams within the same regular sized divisions after the 14 day breaks.

 

 

Weekend Divisions I, II, III, IV, V

 

-29-33 or more game season

 

-28 regular season games and a guaranteed minimum of 1 playoff game (up to 5 or more playoff games)

 

-All games are 1 hour and 15 minute ice times
 

-100% weekend games on mostly Fridays or Saturdays (there may be some Sunday games at times of no later* than 9:45 PM)

 

-No need to think about waking up early the next morning for work after your Friday or Saturday game (if working Monday to Friday)

 

-Go out with your team after every Friday or Saturday game

 

-Never have any games on any Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday

 

-Keep 100% of your weeknights free for yourself, your family, and your friends

 

-About 1 or 2 games per weekend (there may be some bye weekends)

 

-2 referees and a timekeeper per game

 

-Our referees complete the Hockey Canada Certification Clinic every year to be Hockey Canada Certified and they have many years of experience up to former Major Junior WHL - Western Hockey League

 

-Our timekeepers have many years of experience


-We play at arenas such as Edge School, North East Sportsplex**

 

-Includes player insurance through CARHA

 

-Multiple divisions and a 5 game seeding round

 

 

Weekend Divisions I-V for various skill and experience levels:

 

Weekend Division I

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive league level

-e.g. 10 years minor hockey higher divisions (1/2/3)***

 

Weekend Division II

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive league level

-e.g. 9 years minor hockey medium divisions (3/4/5)***

 

Weekend Division III

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive or recreational league level

-e.g. 8 years minor hockey lower divisions (5/6/7) or recreational league***

 

Weekend Division IV

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive or recreational league level

-e.g. 7 years minor hockey lower divisions (5/6/7) or recreational league***

 

Weekend Division V

-Played hockey for many years of your life at a competitive or recreational league level

-e.g. 6 years minor hockey lower divisions (5/6/7) or recreational league***

 

 

*It is possible that the start of any game may be delayed by problems such as, however not limited to, an ice resurfacer (Zamboni) malfunction, a player injury, a game that needs extra time, etc.

**There are games at Edge School and North East Sportsplex and there may or may not be games at other arenas. There is no guarantee of any specific number of arenas or the number of games at any specific arenas, and the number of games at any specific arenas may vary among the teams and divisions.

***Skill levels are very difficult to describe without knowing the playing background of every player on every team and are only a very rough approximation and may greatly vary. There is no guarantee of parity or how often a team may win or lose, or what scores a team may win or lose by.

 

 

Seeding Round

Please also read the section further below that was added on August 23rd, 2020 titled 16 Player Team Rosters, No Division Limit and Realignments if There is still a Government Restriction

 

Rule 2-1. (as of Dec 8, 2019) Seeding Round:

 

The first 5 games of the winter and summer seasons are a seeding round.

 

Upon completion of the 5 game seeding round the last place team of the higher division will automatically switch divisions and schedules with the first place team of the lower division. This is automatic and non-appealable under any circumstances.

 

The tie-breaking procedure is as follows:

1. Wins

2. Head-to-Head Record

3. Goal Differential

 

After the seeding round there shall be no more team movement unless the last place team of the higher division and the first place team of the lower division both agree to switch divisions and schedules.

 

 

16 Player Team Rosters, No Division Limit and Realignments if There is still a Government Restriction

 

As of August 23rd, 2020:

 

Please note that if there is still the government restriction that "sports teams can play in region-only cohorts of up to 50 players (mini leagues)" then we will have the following until the government restriction is lifted.

 

1. 16 Player Team Rosters: Teams can still have a team roster of 16 players. However, 16 players is the maximum. Teams can only have sub skaters and sub goalies from other teams within the same cohort and they would not count towards the 16 player team roster limit.

 

2. Regular Division Sizes: The divisions will still be regular in size. However, the division schedule will accommodate the government restriction of 50 players in a cohort by having groups of 3 teams play each other up to twice per week/weekend with a 14 day break before those 3 teams play against the other teams within the same regular sized division.

 

3. Roster Changes and Realignments: The team rosters can be changed and division realignments can be made during the 14 day breaks that comes after the groups of 3 teams play each other before they play the other teams within the same regular sized divisions.

 

In the event that the government restriction that "sports teams can play in region-only cohorts of up to 50 players (mini leagues)" is lifted during the season then we would make adjustments accordingly and lift the 16 player team roster limit and change the schedule so that it is no longer based on groups of 3 teams playing each other before they play the other teams within the same regular sized divisions after the 14 day breaks.

 

 

Step 2 of 2: Pay by Credit Card or Interac e-Transfer

 

By Credit Card | By Interac e-Transfer

 

Team Registration Fee

 

The CAHL 2020-2021 Season Team Registration Fee for the Weeknight Divisions or the Weekend Divisions is only:

 

$8490.00 not including GST

+ $424.50 GST

= $8914.50 including GST

 

It works out to about $558 per player for an average 16 player team (15 skaters and a goalie).

 

 

Team Registration Fee Deadline

 

The Total Team Registration Fee (total remaining balance) Deadline is on Thursday, September 24th, 2020.

 

The Weeknight Divisions and Weekend Divisions should begin around September-October 2020 depending on when the COVID-19 government restrictions are lifted.

 

 

Team Schedules

 

The teams must be paid in full by Thursday, September 24th, 2020 in order to receive a team schedule.

 

The Team Schedules for the Weeknight Divisions will be posted after the Total Team Registration Fee (total remaining balance) Deadline (Thursday, September 24th, 2020) on Friday, September 25th, 2020 when the final number of teams have been confirmed.

 

The Team Schedules for the Weekend Divisions will be posted after the Total Team Registration Fee (total remaining balance) Deadline (Thursday, September 24th, 2020) on Sunday, September 27th, 2020 when the final number of teams have been confirmed.

 

 

By Credit Card

 

You may use your credit card to make a Team Registration (Non-Refundable) Deposit Fee payment of $2000, a Team Registration (Non-Refundable) Balance Fee payment, or a Team Registration (Non-Refundable) Total Fee payment in the first form below, or a Team Registration (Non-Refundable) Partial Fee payment in the second form below.

 

 

CAHL 2020-2021 Season Team Registration Fee

1st Division Preference*

2nd Division Preference* (different from 1st preference)

Team Name

*Teams are not guaranteed their 1st Division Preference and may be placed into their 2nd Division Preference, or the next closest available division, depending on the final number of divisions and registered teams per division. Please note that upon completion of the 5 game seeding round the last place team of the higher division will automatically switch divisions and schedules with the first place team of the lower division. This is automatic and non-appealable under any circumstances.

 

CAHL 2020-2021 Season Team Registration Partial Fee

 

 

 

By Interac e-Transfer

 

You may also use Interac e-Transfer (email transfer) to make a Team Registration (Non-Refundable) Deposit Fee payment of $2000 to register your team, or a Team Registration (Non-Refundable) Fee payment of any amount from your online banking and send it to us at:

 

interac@cahl.ca

 

Please enter your Team Name, and your 1st and 2nd Division Preferences* in your payment memo.

 

 

*Teams are not guaranteed their 1st Division Preference and may be placed into their 2nd Division Preference, or the next closest available division, depending on the final number of divisions and registered teams per division. Please note that upon completion of the 5 game seeding round the last place team of the higher division will automatically switch divisions and schedules with the first place team of the lower division. This is automatic and non-appealable under any circumstances.

 

 

Additional Very Important Information

 

Jerseys

 

If you need new custom team uniforms please email us at info@cahl.ca for a CAHL team rate.

 

2bb. (as of May 24, 2017) Team Jerseys:

 

Winter Seasons:

All teams need to have two sets of matching colour team jerseys (a dark home set and a light away set) with numbers on the back. There is a grace period of the first five games of the regular season when this won't be enforced yet.

After the first five games all teams will need to have two sets of matching colour team jerseys.

In the event that a player forgets his/her matching colour team jersey he/she will have to wear a jersey that is as close as possible in colour to the matching colour team jerseys and he/she will have to ask the referees for permission to use the non-matching jersey.

The referees, at their sole discretion, may or may not give permission if they deem that the jersey is too close in colour to the opposing team. If the referees do not give permission then that player won't be permitted to play unless he/she can get a jersey that is closer to matching the team jerseys.

The matching colour team jerseys don't need to have logos. Matching colour team socks are not needed.

 

 

Free Agents

 

If you need additional players to complete your team please email us at info@cahl.ca and we will send you the current Free Agent list and have your contact info added to the website Free Agents section as well so that any interested players may contact you directly to join your team.

 

 

Waivers

 

Please click here for the online CAHL Waiver form that all of your team's players will need to complete before they play.

 

 

Rules

 

Please click here to review the Incident Communication Protocol.

Please click here and have all of your players read and thoroughly review the entire CAHL Rules section, including all of the Hockey Canada Rules, before your team registers and plays:


Game | Team (Roster Freeze Rule 2b.) (Refund Policy Rule 2o./2q.) | Equipment (Mandatory Half Visors Rule 3b.) | Penalties (Suspensions Rule 4j.) (Penalty Cap Rule 4r.) | Suspensions | Officials | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy

 

Please note that we reserve the right to add/remove/modify any rule at any time without prior notice as per Rule 5d.

 

Rule 5d. (original rule) The Calgary Adult Hockey League reserves the right to add, remove, or modify any rule at any time without prior notice.

 


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