A session exclusively for adult Ice Hockey players who have beginner to intermediate experience to take to the ice and have fun playing Ice Hockey!
1 hour sessions Fridays weekly 6pm, Saturdays monthly 4:45 pm $30 6 month registration fee and $20 per game
Erina Stiff Breeze games are designed for lower-level skaters in a simulation game that allows them to improve and revisit their skills in a fun, friendly, and playfully competitive environment. It is open to all adult players over 16 who are open to playing in the spirit of the Stiff Breeze game!
What you'll need:
- Full protective Ice Hockey equipment, as well as any other protection like strapping tape to minimise risk of injury.
- Willingness to play appropriately to the level and rules of the Erina Stiff Breeze game.
How to register:
- Get in touch to complete your registration and sign a declaration.
- Pay a registration fee of $30 – 6 months from 21 Jun to 21 December. This fee isn’t required if you’re a member of the CCIHL.
- Game fees are $20 per player payable online or on arrival, except for goal players, who play free of charge.
- Communication to registered players will be by private Facebook group.
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All Erina Stiff Breeze guidelines must be agreed upon and adhered to in order to participate:
- Deliberate checking will not be allowed.
- Excessive contact can result in expulsion from the ice.
- Slapshots not allowed.
- All players adhere to referee, staff or management decisions.
- All players are expected to treat other players with respect. No abusive behaviour is tolerated.
- No pucks are to be placed onto the rink until indicated by staff.
- Players are not to take to the ice until the Zamboni gates are shut, nets are secured, and they are invited to do so.
- Hockey sticks and pucks are to be used on the ice surface only.
- Consumption of alcohol within the arena is forbidden.
- All equipment must be put away and change rooms left clean and tidy.
- EIA management reserves the right to cancel or postpone games.
- Any First Aid incidents must be reported to staff during games.