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September 2018 Draft Leagues

CAHL Draft Leagues are back. Upper League starts 9/18/18 and lower starts 10/1/18. The league manager will allocate certain players to teams based on a variety of factors to balance out the teams as much as possible. It's a great way to get extra ice time or rely on the regular schedule as games are always on either Monday night or Tuesday night. A draft skate usually consists of a scrimmage without a referee and is focused on having fun, letting new players learn the game (lower) and interact with others and your jersey, referee dues and ice time fees are all included in the cost of a draft league season.

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Special Hockey Open House Event 8/25/18

Special Hockey
Open House Event
August 25, 2018
 
The Cincinnati Cyclones Special Hockey team is the first ice hockey team for people with developmental disabilities in the Greater Cincinnati Area. In fact, this will be the inaugural season for the team! Like many other special hockey programs, the Cincinnati Cyclones Special Hockey program will offer both learn to skate and learn to play hockey programs. The mission of the Cincinnati Cyclones Special Hockey program is to give people with developmental disabilities the chance to play the sport of ice hockey in an environment which is adapted to the level of ability. Cincinnati Cyclones Special Hockey is based on five key tenets: sportsmanship, teamwork, individual growth, respect, and equal opportunity. Also, having fun is not an option it’s a requirement!
 
SATURDAY AUGUST 25th 2018
STARTS AT 9:00, ENDS 12:00
SPORTS PLUS ARENA
10765 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241
  • LEARN TO SKATE
  • LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY
  • MEET THE CINCINNATI CYCLONES MASCOTS
  • HAVE SOME FUN!
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Twitter: @cincyspecialhky
Facebook: Cincinnati Cyclones Special Hockey
 
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Fall 2018 Season Pricing

The fees per team for all teams are $2,000 if paid in full by the start of the second game + $35 per game referee dues. ($2,200 + $35 per game referee dues if not paid in full by the second game).

July 2018 Draft Leagues

CAHL Draft Leagues utilize a draft process which is a process where players are placed on teams based on their skill and ability level as determined by the league manager " The league manager will allocate certain players to teams based on a variety of factors to balance out the teams as much as possible.

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June 2018 Adult Learn to Play Hockey Maxed Out!

The June 2018 Adult Learn to Play Hockey is maxed out. To know when the next registration opens, supscribe at https://www.cincyahl.com/enews or follow us on social media!

June 2018 Adult Learn to Play Hockey

MAXED OUT
 
Learn to Play Hockey

The CAHL Learn to Play Hockey Camp is back with Dean Stork starting June 10, 2018. It will be a nine (9) week session held at Northland Ice Center every Sunday 8:30am - 10:00am for only $180.

 

Dean Stork 300Dean Stork is the current NCAA D1 Miami University Redhawks Assistant Coach  and past coach for the 2005 Greenville Swamp Rabits and Cincinnati Cyclones (2005-2015).

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STARTS THIS SUNDAY JUNE 10, 2018 AT 8:30AM! PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY TO GEAR UP!

It is open to First-TimeSkaters through D4C Level!

 
 
 
If you, your co-workers, college firends, family or anyone you know have been waiting to try this sport, Sunday 6/10/2018 is the time! Be sure to let them know Learn To Play Hockey (including learn to skate if needed) for adults is back!


MAXED OUT

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DRAFT League Maxed Out!

The Draft League for the Summer of 2018 is maxed out in all divisions. To know when the next registration opens, supscribe at https://www.cincyahl.com/enews or join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/draftleague/ 

May 2018 Draft Leagues

CAHL Draft Leagues utilize a draft process which is a process where players are placed on teams based on their skill and ability level as determined by the league manager " The league manager will allocate certain players to teams based on a variety of factors to balance out the teams as much as possible.

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March 2018 Draft Leagues

CAHL Draft Leagues utilize a draft process which is a process where players are placed on teams based on their skill and ability level as determined by the league manager " The league manager will allocate certain players to teams based on a variety of factors to balance out the teams as much as possible.

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March 2018 Adult Learn to Play Hockey Camp

MAXED OUT FOR MARCH 2018!
 

Learn to Play Hockey

The CAHL Learn to Play Hockey Camp is back with Dean Stork starting March 18, 2018. It will be a nine (9) week session held at Northland Ice Center every Sunday 8:30am - 10:00am for only $180.

 

Dean Stork 300Dean Stork is the current NCAA D1 Miami University Redhawks Assistant Coach  and past coach for the 2005 Greenville Swamp Rabits and Cincinnati Cyclones (2005-2015).

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STARTS THIS SUNDAY MARCH 18, 2018 AT 8:30AM! PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY TO GEAR UP!

It is open to First-TimeSkaters through D4C Level!

 
 
MAXED OUT FOR 2018!
 
 
If you, your co-workers, college firends, family or anyone you know have been waiting to try this sport, Sunday 3/18/2017 is the time! Be sure to let them know Learn To Play Hockey (including learn to skate if needed) for adults is back!


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MAXED OUT FOR 2018!

Draft League Registration Is Now Closed

Draft League Registration Is Now Closed. We've maxed out players in both divisions.

January 2018 Draft Leagues

CAHL Draft Leagues utilize a draft process which is a process where players are placed on teams based on their skill and ability level as determined by the league manager " The league manager will allocate certain players to teams based on a variety of factors to balance out the teams as much as possible.

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Summit Park Outdoor 3 on 3 Adult Hockey

THIS OPPORTUNITY IS MANAGED AND RUN BY BLUE ASH RECREATION DEPARTMENT AND NOT DIRECTLY AFFILIATED WITH CAHL. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT CAHL WITH QUESTIONS!

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION HERE (CONTAINS ALL INFORMATION BELOW): https://www.cincyahl.com/images/Blue%20Ash%203on3%20Pond%20Hockey%20Registration.pdf

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The intent and nature of this league is to provide a fun, relaxed “back yard” open-hockey style of play in the form of pond hockey (also known as “Shinny”). Games are self-officiated and respect for all players is of the upmost paramount in this setting. Participants who are not playing in accordance to this philosophy will be asked to leave the ice surface immediately and will not be permitted to return to the league.

RULES

1. The Visiting Team will determine which goal to defend. Teams will switch goals after first half. Games will begin with a
3-tap faceoff at center ice (the opposing players will tap each other’s stick three times, above the puck, prior to battling for
possession). Teams comprise of 3 players for each team (no goalie) on the ice at one time.
2. No on-ice officials will be provided due to the nature of the “pond hockey” element of back yard play. However, an office game monitor will be provided to assist teams (scoring, time keeping, and shall act as an arbiter of major infractions).
Game start time, halftime and the end time will be kept by the off-ice game monitor and signaled by a whistle.
3. Icing and off-sides will not be in effect at any time during games.
4. All teams must have light and dark jerseys or uniforms available at all times. Home teams will wear dark.
5. All players must wear helmets and hockey skates. Other protective equipment is optional but recommended.
6. Minor Penalties: By nature of the game, Pond Hockey operates on a “self-penalization” standard. By observation, any
minor fouls (tripping, slashing, hooking, inadvertent body contact, etc.) that are committed, the offending players’ team will
(AND SHOULD) eliminate themselves from active play by giving the non-offending team ½ ice to recover from the
infraction. In this “spirit of the game” environment, it is expected that all players cooperate with each other and work in
uniform to keep a fun and friendly atmosphere on the ice.
7. Major Penalties: The off-ice game monitor will have the discretion to eject a team or player should a penalty be flagrant
and/or a team is consistently playing in a reckless manner. Any major penalty, which includes any action that could
possibly injure another player, will result in that player being ejected from the game. Abuse of the off-ice game monitor will
be considered a major penalty. This includes yelling, swearing, or arguing at the off-ice game monitor. The team that
received the ejection will play the remainder of the game short-handed (2 vs 3). Off-ice pond official will determine major
penalties. Any player(s) ejected from a game is suspended from the league until further notice from the league manager.
8. Body contact and checking is NOT permitted. Such action that was inadvertent will result in a minor penalty unless the
intent is deemed serious enough to be a major penalty (see “#7. Major Penalties”).
9.
NO SLAPSHOTS ARE ALLOWED. Such action will result in a player being removed from the game immediately and
the team will play the remainder of the game short-handed (2 vs 3). Saucer passes (i.e. pucks that are lifted low, below
the knee) are acceptable. Saucer passes above the knee will result in a loss of possession and a ½ ice re-start.
10. Goaltending: Goaltending, goalie equipment and goalie sticks are not permitted. Players “defending” the goal may
only do so while moving through the area and shall not “camp out” in front of the goal. For safety, players cannot fall or
lay on the ice in an effort to protect the goal area. Such action will result in a minor penalty.
11. If a puck goes out of bounds, the last team to touch it loses possession (except from a deflection). During the re-start,
the offending team must give the opponent ½ ice before re-engaging.
12. Goals must be scored from the attacking side of center ice. Teams must give their opponents ½ ice after a goal is
scored before re-engaging.
13. Games will be composed of a running time of two 15-minute halves with a 2-minute halftime. Regular season games
will end in a tie. Tournament games will consist of 5-minute sudden death over-times until a team scores.
14. Substitutions can only be made during stoppages of play or during a situation in which play is being “re-started” (i.e.
after a goal, after a minor infraction, or when a puck is being put back into play). It is up to each team to ensure that there
are only three players on the ice at any time.

 

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION HERE (CONTAINS ALL INFORMATION ABOVE): https://www.cincyahl.com/images/Blue%20Ash%203on3%20Pond%20Hockey%20Registration.pdf

 
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October 2017 Draft Leagues

CAHL Draft Leagues utilize a draft process which is a process where players are placed on teams based on their skill and ability level as determined by the league manager " The league manager will allocate certain players to teams based on a variety of factors to balance out the teams as much as possible.

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CINCINNATI OHIO RECREATIONAL ADULT ICE HOCKEY LEAGUES

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