The Sunshine Coast Adult Hockey League (SCAHL) recently completed a series of summer drop-in ice slots through the month of August. Over the series, the league had 182 skaters and six goalies come out over seven ice times through the month of August. The league extends its thanks to all of the junior players, men’s league players and new arrivals to the Coast for making the drop-in series a huge success.
The shoulder season kicked off on Thursday, Sept. 9 with the Kings facing off against the Custom Hawks. The Kings came out ahead 6-3 led by Jake Wozney who scored four goals.
For those interested in watching some exciting hockey, here is the schedule for the remaining games in September:
Thursday, Sept. 16: Oilers vs. Kings – 9 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 18: Custom Hawks vs. Hitmen Hockey Club – 8 p.m. and Gibsons Marks Cutters vs. Bruins – 9:45 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 23: Custom Hawks vs. Bruins – 9 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 25: Gibsons Marks Cutters vs. Kings – 8 p.m. and Oilers vs. Hitmen Hockey Club – 9:45 p.m.
All ice times will be in Gibsons at the Gibsons & Area Community Centre. Please keep in mind that any spectators and players will need to abide by the SCRD Recreation COVID-19 policy and procedures that are in place.
For the upcoming 2021-22 season the SCAHL is looking to expand the league and is actively recruiting new players. If you are new to the Sunshine Coast, over 18 years of age and interested in playing in the upcoming season, please reach out to us.
If you are looking to earn some extra money, we are also actively looking for referees for the upcoming season.
For more information on the SCAHL, send an email to email@example.com or a message via the league’s Facebook page at facebook.com/sunshinecoastadulthockey.