We are a Niagara based adult beginner hockey league. GHL Niagara. We are the original and best co-ed beginner hockey league. We have beginner players from all over the Niagara region, inscluding: St. Catharines, NOTL, Thorold, Virgil, Welland and Pelham.

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Welcome to GHL

GHL Niagara is a co-ed non-contact beginner hockey league aimed at adults who have had little or no childhood hockey experience. We have two seasons per year:

 

September > March: Saturdays in Virgil (26 Games)

May > August: Fridays in St. Catharines (13 Games)

 

Join us in celebrating our 15th year on the ice!. The GHL has 12 teams, 200 players, GMs, captains, coaches, referees, scorekeepers, and one amazing, friendly atmosphere. 

 

Click "About Us" to see some video footage of our games!

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Silks Prize

Silks Prize 

The winning teams for the second Silks prize go to:

Minor Division - Oilers

Major Division - Sabres


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Week 20 MVPs

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Oilers (Entire Team) – There were too many MVP performances to select one MVP in the regular season finale. The Entire Team earns the MVP for the final game. Just some of the highlights – Tristan - 2 goals and 1 assist, Kathyrn – very unlucky to get her first goal – Jesse – unselfish play of the year. Way to go Oilers!

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Meagan Kupper-Atkinson (Canadiens) - Meagan has steadily improved game after game. The last game of the regular season really showed her hard work and dedication! She always has a great spirit on the ice and off the ice! keep up the good work Meagan! You deserved this week’s MVP. 

 

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Jesse Richer (Penguin Fill-in) – Cheered on by half of his Oiler teammates, Jesse was a fill-in for the Penguins and made a memorable major debut (after playing in a very fast minor game). Jesse did not look out of place and many of the Penguins were very complimentary of the rookie.

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Kevin Glass (Canucks) - Kevin accepted the challenge of going defence for the first time this season and he potted 3 goals, along with a helper! Canucks honourable mention goes to Nick Vocal for his breakaway goal in the first period and back-checking ALMOST all game... 

 

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Chris Loewen (Leafs) - Blowin $&*# up! Never gives up on the ice and never gives up on the bench! All game long C4 was cheering on his team and working hard to set up his wingers! Great game C4!

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Jon Wiens (Sabres) – Jon is ready for the playoffs to start! Jon netted his 2nd career hatty in his long GHL career. Great game Jon!

 

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Sal Madera (Bruins) - With the last regular season upon us, the Bruins came out with a positive attitude and played hard all game to come out on the positive end. Sal showed up with a spring in his step. In all three zones he was getting himself open, trying to set up his line mates and backchecking like an animal. Such a great performance Sal. Shout out to all the Flames who despite missing some players, played a great game and fought hard right to the end. Good luck to everyone in the playoffs.

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Deanna Williams and Stash Kossek (Flames) - Deanna and Stash have been half of our defensive anchors all season. Blocking shots, frustrating the opponents at their blue line and getting the puck to our potent offense. This week was no exception. As usual you two sizzled. Great job!

 

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Amanda Dame (Rangers) - After spending several weeks on the IR, Amanda came out of the gate quickly by scoring her first goal of the year early in the first period. Amanda was aggressive and on top of the puck all night. One never would have guessed that she missed any time at all. The Rangers clearly missed her on the ice.  They will no doubt be thankful for her presence, and scoring touch, going into the playoffs.

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Team (Ducks) – The Ducks held their own against the feisty Rangers, getting lots of practice on the penalty kill! Everyone contributed to the energy on the ice, and the determination and grit on the bench. Ducks stick together and this week, our squad proved that. Looking forward to strengthening our group as we head into the playoffs!

 

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Jacob Attrill (Flyers) - In the last week of MVP contention, Jacob earned his first nomination for a great job at playing the “defensive defenseman” role this past Saturday.

 

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Team (Hawks) – The Hawks worked hard as a whole unit this week, nearly securing a tie against the Flyers. The team has been working on upping the communication on and off the ice, and did a great job of that this week. Looking forward to forging ahead in the playoffs!


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Playoff Board

Be informed! Click here to read playoff rules. 

 

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Family Day Free Skate


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GHL Playoffs - Starting Feb 17

GHL PLAYOFFS - COMING SOON!!!

On Saturday Feb 17th, the GHL will begin it's playoff season for both the minor and major division. Who will be crowned champions?

Each team will play the other 5 teams in their division (Feb 17, 24, Mar 3, 10, 17). The top two teams after Mar 17th, will earn a place in the 2018 Championship Game. 

After a bye week on March 24th, every team will play on the final night on March 31st. The question is - which two teams in each division will be playing for their division's championship?

The standings resets after the end of the regular season on Feb 10th. So begin making your playoff plans and start inviting your friends and family to witness a memorable post season.


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