Adult Roller Hockey League
Full schedules will be posted by week two
- Sunday Int C
- Monday - Int B
- Tuesday - 40 +
- Wednesday - Int D
- Thursday - Int A
- Friday - Beginner
- Friday - Beg+
Standings & Statistics
Standings & Statistics
- Sunday Int C
- Monday - Int B
- Tuesday - 40 +
- Wednesday - Int D
- Thursday - Int A
- Friday - Beginner
- Friday - Beg+
Times: 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Dates: Divisions for the Adult Roller Hockey Season will be:
- Sunday - Intermediate C
- Monday - Intermediate B
- Tuesday - 40 +
- Wednesday - Intermediate D
- Thursday - Intermediate A
- Friday - Beginner +
- Friday - Beginner
Costs: The individual fee will be $175 per skater and individual goalies are FREE! The team fee will be $1395. This will be for 10 games and the top four teams in each division will make the playoffs.All players must have a current AAU Inline Hockey number.
Individual Player Achievement Awards
The player with the highest points (goals and assists) in each division will be considered the top scorer. They will take a photo with the high scorer trophy.
- HECC approved hockey helmet
- Hockey elbow pads (must be covered)
- Hockey shin pads
- In-line skates (no brakes)
- Hockey stick (no plastic road blades)
- Protective cup
- Hockey gloves
- In-line hockey pants (no ice-hockey socks and shorts)
- Team matching jersey with minimum 10" number
- Mouth guard (optional but recommended)
Click on any of the links below to bring you to desired location.
- Code of Conduct
- Regular Season
- Team Standings
- Tie Breakers for Team Standings
- Inividual Standings
- Tie Breakers for Individual Standings
- Team Rosters
- Substitute Players
- Illegal Roster Challenge
- Team Jerseys
- Player Stats
- Roughing With Intent To Injure
- Players Benches
- Team Fans
- Registrations and Fees
For all rules refer to the official AAU Hockey Inline Rules book. An official book is available from the website here.
To insure the quality of programs and public safety, all officials, players, coaches, parents and spectators are required to adhere to the rules and guidelines as published by THE CAGE Roller Hockey League code of conduct when it comes to games, practices, tournaments and all events at the roller hockey rink. Athletic competition should demonstrate high standards of ethics and sportsmanship and promote the development of good character and other important life skills. The highest potential of sports is achieved when participants are committed to pusuing victory with honor using core values of sportsmanship, integrity, respect, teamwork, safety, fun and fitness. The benefits of recreation are endless - promoting health, stong families and a sense of community.
A season will consist of 10 games for all teams. The top 4 teams in a division will make the playoffs. Regular season games will be 3 - 15 minute running time periods. There will be a 2 to 5-minute warm-up and two .30 or 1 minute intermissions. Teams must have a minimum of 4 skaters and a goalie dressed and ready to play by the end of the 5-minute warm-up or the game will be a forfeit. There will be stop time in the last 2 minutes of the 3rd period if the score is with-in 2 goals or less. If the score of the game is tied at the expiration of regulation time, there will be a 5 minute sudden death over time period. The over time period will be running time except for the last two minutes. The last to minutes will be stop time. If the game is still tied at the conclusion of the overtime period, the game will result in a tie for regular season games. Each team will receive one point for the standings.
A team will receive 2 points for a win, 1 point for a tie and 0 points for a loss. A team's total points will determine where they place in the division standings and for playoffs.
- 1st - The most points
- 2nd -The most wins
- 3rd - Head to head (who won when the teams played each other)
- 4th - Least goals against
- 5th - Most goals for
The player with the most total points, goals and assists, will be considered the high scorer for that division. They will take a photo with the high scorer trophy at the end of the season. The photo will be posted at the website with the playoff photos.
- 1st - The most total points ( goals and assists)
- 2nd -The most goals
- 3rd - Shootout - There will be a one round shootout. To be fair, both players will shoot on the same goalie from a neutral team selected by the management. Each player will have three shots within the round to determine a winner. Who ever gets more goals within the three shots will be determined the winner. If there is no winner at the end of the three shots then each player will take turns shooting one shot each until one player is declared a winner.
The playoffs will be played the week following the last game on the same night as all of that division's regular season games. Game 1 of the semi finals will be first place will play fourth place and game 2 will be second place will play third place. This will be followed by the championship game being the winner of game 1 will play the winner of game 2. For the playoffs no games will end in a tie. All games will be played until a winner is declared. If the score of a game is tied at the end of the regulation game time then a there will be a 5-minute sudden death over time period. The first team to score a goal is the winner. If there is no winner after the 5-minute overtime then there will be a best of three shoot out. If there is still no winner after the 3 player shoot out then each team will take turns supplying one shooter per team to shoot until one team is declared a winner. During the shoot out no player can shoot a second time until all players on the bench have had turn in the shoot out. In the championship game , if there is a tied score at the end of regulation, there will be no shoot out. The game will go directly to a 15 minute, running time, sudden death period. The last two minutes will be stop time. If there is still no winner after the first overtime period this process will be repeated until a winner is declared. If a team has not used their time out during the first three periods of the game they may use it during the over time period.
Players will not be allowed to play for more than one team in a division. Players may be permitted to play in 2 divisions as long as they are only one division apart and playing a level up from the division that they are currently playing in (ie. A intermediate player may play advanced or a beginner player may play intermediate.) If the league feels that a player is to advanced for a lower level team then the lower level team may be bumped up to a higher division after adding such a player or the individual advanced player(s) can choose to play for a team in a higher division.
A team roster shall be composed of a maximum of 12 total players which will include at least one goalie and up to 11 skaters. After 2 games are completed, final rosters will be closed. No additional players will be allowed to be added or permitted to play for that team other than players on the roster. For any player to play in the playoffs he/she must be on the team roster sheet and must have played in a minimum of three games during that season. If a player plays in a playoff game and has not met his three game requirements the game will result in a forfeit for the team that player is playing for. All players, including substitute players, and coaches on a team roster must be registered with AAU Hockey In-line. Cost for the AAU is $25.00.
A team may be allowed to use a rostered substitute player during the season if that player is on the final roster handed in to management before the season starts, presents a current AAU Hockey Inline number to the office at the time of the game and all player/team fees are paid in full for the team that they are playing on. Only one substitute player may be listed per team roster. A rostered substitue player must report to the office and or the scorekeeper every time he/she plays in a game to be recorded as playing in a game. A rostered substitue player must play in a minimum of three games to be eligable to play in the playoffs. If a rostered substitute player plays in a playoff game and has not met his/her three game requirements the game will result in a forfeit for the team that player is playing for. No more than one rostered substitute players will be allowed in any one game for any team. Only one rostered substitute player will be allowed on a team bench through out the playoffs. It must be the same rostered substitute player for the duration of the playoff series. The rostered substitute player must have a matching jersey with a permanent number on the back for any game he or she wishes to participate in.
If a team is does not have enough players to play a game and is requesting to use a non rostered substitute player or goalie then 1) the player's skill level must be approved by management and 2) the opposing team must approve of the substitution. It is ultimately the responsibility of the team who is using any substitute player or goalie to go over to the other teams captain to first get approval for the substitution and then go to the refs to inform them of the substitution so they can verify the player or goalie substitution with both captains. If the opposing team does not approve of the substitute player or goalie and the requesting team cannot dress enough players to start a game then the game will be forfeited. A team may not request a non rostered player if they have enough players to start a game.
For the playoffs, there are no non-rostered substitute players allowed. If you do not have enough players to start the game then the game will result in a forfeit. The one exception to this rule will be if a team needs a goalie. If a teams goalie cannot make the playoff games then a team can use a goalie from one of the teams in the same division that did not make the playoffs. This goalie substitution must still be approved by the other teams captain and follow all rules for substitue players and goalies. If none of the goalies from the non playoff teams, with-in the same division, can fill that spot then the short handed team can request to use another goalie from one of the lower divisions. If there is still no goalie from any of the lower divisions able to fill in, then the team will have to suit up one of the players on their roster to play goalie. A substitute goalie from a higher division is not allowed. Again, the exception to this will be if the opposing teams allows the goalie from the higher division to play. If the opposing team wants to allow the short handed team to bring in a goalie from outside the division ththey must be informed before the start of the game so they can decide if they will allow the substitute goalie to play.
If a team is challenged for having a non-roster player actively playing in a game and found guilty of the charge, the game will be stopped and they will immediately lose the game by forfeit.
If a team challenges another team for having a non roster player in the game but the player is on the team roster and rightfully in the game then the team making the challenge will be charged with a two minute delay of game penalty to be served by a player on the floor at the time of the challenge. This challenge must be made by the end of the second period.
All teams will be required to wear matching jerseys with a minimum 10" number displayed on the back. Jersey's must cover all pads. It is recommended that each team have a white and a dark jersey with the same number on it (for stat purposes) in case another team has the same color dark jersey. Whichever team is the home team on the schedule will have the choice to wear light or dark.
Player stats will be posted on the web site at the "Leagues" link. Teams are responsible for submitting the correct player to the number that will be used for stat purposes. It is important to have the correct number on the back of both the white and dark jerseys all season long to make sure a player gets credit for their goals or assists in the stats. Once score sheets are handed into the office all stats are final. In each division the player with the most total points will win a free season of hockey. This must be used towards the next season after he or she wins. Please see "Individual Standings" above for further details.
Any one player that receives 3 penalties in a single game he/she will be ejected for the remainder of that game at the time of his/her third penalty is called. If the same player is ejected three times in a season, including playoffs, for this reason that player may receive an additional one game suspension.
Any one player that receives a major penalty in the last two minutes of a game he/she may receive a minimum of a one game suspension. If the same player is suspended a second time in a season for the same reason then the player will receive up to an additional three games suspension and possible fines.
A major penalty shall be assessed to any player who is involved in a fight on or off the playing surface before, during, or after the game. The full penalty must be served before a player is allowed to renter the league. All penalties will carry over to the following season if needed to serve the full amount of games and fines.
- 1st fight for each and any player will receive a game misconduct plus up to an additional 2 game suspension.
- 2nd fight for each and any player will receive a game misconduct, plus up to an additional 5 game suspension, and must pay a $25 fine before reentering the league.
- 3rd fight for each and any player will receive a game misconduct, plus up to an additional 10 game suspension, and must pay a $50 fine before reentering the league.
- 3rd Man In - In the occurrence that two players are involved in a fight, all other players on the rink and in the players bench areas should not get involved in any way. Let the referee's handle the situation. Any player who engages into a fight as a "3rd man in" will receive a game misconduct penalty plus up to an additional 3 game suspension.
At the discretion of the referee, a player will be assessed either a 2-minute minor or a 4-minute double minor for roughing. If the referee feels a player will go out of his way before, during, or after a game to deliberately cause harm or injure another player, coach or official on or off the playing surface then that player may be assessed a 10 minute major penalty, a game misconduct penalty and/or an additional 1 game suspension for his/her actions. A player of the same team who was on the playing surface at the time of the penalty will serve the 10 minute major penalty if penalized player is ejected from the game. If it is determined that the player receiving the penalty attacked another player from a defenseless position (i.e. from behind or if the player is on the ground) then the player receiving the penalty may receive up to an additional 3 games suspension and possible fines.
During a game, only the players from the current games team roster will be allowed in the team bench area. All other spectators and players must be outside the fenced area. It is the team's responsibility to ensure that their bench is cleared of any spectators or non-team members. A referee will give one warning to the teams captain or assistant captains to remove any and all non-team members and spectators from the bench area. If the team does not comply to the warning a two minute bench minor will be assessed to the team. A player on the rink will serve the penalty at the time of the penalty.
Before, during and after a game, all teams are fully responsible for
the actions of their fans, spectators and or non-team members. All fans,
spectators and or non-team members must behave in a proper manner. It
is the team's responsibility to ensure that all of their fans, spectators
and or non-team members behave in a proper manner. A referee will give
one warning to the teams captain or assistant captains to remove any and
all fans, spectators and or non-team members who are not behaving in a
proper manner. If the team does not comply to the warning a two minute
bench minor will be assessed to the team. A player on the rink will serve
the penalty at the time of the penalty. If the situation cannot be resolved
the game will be forfeited and the team with the offending fans will receive
All participants should recognize that THE CAGE Roller Hockey League
is dedicated to the benefit, safety and welfare of all participants
involved. In order to maintain a consistent, cooperative environment, all
participants must adhere to the rules posted at this page. Failure to
observe this code will result in a suspension or termination of privileges.
There are no refunds for games missed due to a suspension or termination of privileges. All players are responsible for their actions while on or off the rink. If a player is suspended from a game, the remainder of a season or the league indefinitely, they will NOT be refunded for any games missed.
All players are required to register at the online registration page at the website www.CageHockey.com before they are allowed to step on the rink. All information will remain private and never shared with any other parties. All payments are final.There are no refunds. Once you commit to a team and sign up for a league it is your responsibility to follow your schedule and make it to your games. No monies will be returned. If making an online payment you may be charged additional fees by a third party for using their service to make your payment. THE CAGE Roller Hockey is not responsible for any third party charges. Please read all information before making a payment. All players are required to be registered with a current AAU Inline Hockey membership. The fee for the adult AAU membership is $25 per year. AAU memberships expire every August 31 of each year. It is the players full responsibility to renew their AAU membership by September 1 of each year. They must provide proof of their current AAU membership before stepping on the rink or entering a game. If any player knowingly or un-knowingly enters the rink with out a current AAU membership they fully accept all risks. Because we are an outdoor location and a player can enter the rink with out notifying management, they accept all responsibility when entering the rink. The rink is an outdoor rink. The rink is not responsible for any weather conditions that effect the playing conditions including the playing surface, or any other areas surrounding the rink due to weather. All players play at their own risk. All players are responsible for their actions and decisions.
Team Cost: $1395.00 (non-refundable $700.00 deposit, full payment required prior to first game).
Individual: $175.00 (full payment required prior to first game).