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The Recreational Stream involves the formation of non-tiered teams that play through the Edmonton Federation Hockey League (EFHL) Recreation Division. The players will vary from beginners that are learning basic hockey skills to those that have more experience. This is a lower cost, lower commitment option for those players who are interested in a more casual approach to hockey, and thus does not feature a heavy focus on player development.  Recreation teams play games only, and do not hold practices.

U9 Rec

U9 Recreation hockey involves the formation of non-tiered teams that play through the Edmonton Federation Hockey League (EFHL) Recreation Division. The players will vary from beginners that are learning basic hockey skills to those that have more experience. This is a lower cost, lower commitment option, does not include practices, only games.

  • A child can register in U9 recreation even if they have not participated in younger divisions
  • For the 2020-21 season those born in 2012 and 2013 may register for the U9 Recreation program.
  • Balanced non-tiered teams of 17 to 20 players are formed based on number of registrants.
  • Games may be held throughout the city and surrounding area, but will largely be focused in areas closer to Sherwood Park.
  • Games will be held on the weekends, there will be no practices other than an initial meet and greet practice at the start of the season.
  • Games will be played with Referees, however no scores will be kept.
  • All games will be half-ice.
  •  18 games from October to March.  All games will be on weekends.
  • For more information, visit the Hockey Edmonton Recreational Hockey page
U11 Rec
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U15 Rec
U18 Rec
TORONTO OUT Catrholic Elementary School board strike_21/5/03_TG_ Christopher Metcalf of Blessed Sacrement Elementary school races by for the puck during a game at Rinx recreation centre. Vic Casale, a parent of one of the children, organized the event. (Tobin Grimshaw/Toronto Star/Digital image)