Regina Inline Hockey League Information
What is Inline Hockey?
The NIHA-Canada has created a Slide Show that provides a brief outline of inline hockey. View Slide Show.
Who can play Inline Hockey?
Anyone born in 1990 or later, regardless of gender.
What equipment is required?
CSA certified helmet and facemask
Standard hockey equipment
What are the rules?
No Body Checking 4 skaters plus a goalie
No Offsides 2 - 22 minute halves
The Regina Inline Hockey League is a Fun First Program; we want participants to have FUN!
1-2 referees will be used for all games
Pre-season evaluation skates
10 – 12 regular season games + playoffs
Opportunity to play in Provincials
Opportunity to play for High Performance team
Teams will be created by the league after the evaluation skates. Emphasis will be on parity between the teams.
High Peformance Team
Regina Inline Hockey league will be creating a High Performance Team which will compete against other Saskatchewan teams. The team will be made up of 10 - 12 skaters and 2 goalies. An additional financial commitment will be required to cover the entry costs of the tournaments, etc. In addition, you will also have the opportunity to be evaluated for Team Sask.
Please note: The High Performance Team may not be available for all divisions. New for 2009: Team Sask has the opportunity to participate in State Wars which is being held in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Regina Inline Hockey League will be hiring game officials for the 2009 season. Training is provided and players are eligible for the available positions. For more information please contact the Referee Coordinator, Trevor Wall at 781-4790.
Key Dates for the 2009 Season:
April 8-9, 2009 – Evaluation skates
April 20, 2009 – League starts
TBA – High Performance Tournament
TBA – SIHA Provincials & High Performance Tournament (Saskatoon)
June 22, 2009 – League playoffs starts
League Affiliation / Insurance
The Regina Inline Hockey League Inc. is affiliated and sanctioned by the National Inline Hockey Association (National Governing Body), which provides insurance, events and referee/coaches certification.
A complete list of policies and procedures, including a Code of Conduct, Abuse and Harassment Policy and Discipline Policy is available online at the Saskatchewan Inline Hockey Association website.