|LEAGUE PLAYER DRAFT|
|Captains Meeting||Before Fall Season|
|Player Draft||February 14th | 10:00 PM - 11:15 PM|
|Roster Submission Deadline||February 12th|
|The Roster deadline is listed above. The Roster Count will be used to set individual player fees. Roster changes and additions may be made after the deadline. Failure to meet this deadline will result in the loss of the discounted captain's fee. See notes under "player Fees" about roster additions after the deadline. To submit your roster Click Here.|
|PLAYER FEES: B1, B2, C1, C2|
|Roster Count||Skater Fee||Captain & Goalie Fee|
|PAYMENT DEADLINE: All players must be paid in full 48 hours before the first game of the season. Once the deadline has passed, the price will increase $25 per player or $100 per team. Any player that has not paid his or her fee may forfeit his or her roster spot.|
|MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM ROSTERS: Including the goalie and captain, no team may roster fewer than 12 players or more than 16 players.|
RIGHT TO ASSIGN PLAYERS OR CHANGE FEE: If all rostered players are not paid in full by the payment deadline:
|TEAM FEE: B1, B2, C1, C2|
|A team fee must be a single payment received 72 hours before the first game of the season.|
|Minimum Roster Count||12|
|Maximum Roster Count||16|
|PLAYER FEE: D LEAGUE|
|The D League fee is $202 for skaters and $101 for goalies. Scroll down or to see more information about D League which has a different structure than the other leagues.|
|GAME DAYS & TIMES|
|B1 League||Sundays: 5:55 PM - 10:25 PM|
|B2 League||Thursdays: 7:50 PM - 10:40 PM|
Wednesdays: 8:50 PM
Mondays: 7:30 PM - 10:20 PM
Sundays: 4:30 PM
|C2 League||Tuesdays: 7:50 PM - 10:40 PM|
Wednesdays: 10:15 PM
|D League||Sundays: 1:40 PM & 3:05 PM|
|Days and times shown may change based on the final team and player registrations or other schedule changes at the rink. All teams may play some games on alternate days or times to accommodate holidays or scheduling irregularities.|
|SEASONS & SCHEDULE|
|February - May ||May - September||September - January|
|Teams play about 13 - 15 weekly games which include at least one playoff game. Teams may play additional games if they advance during playoff rounds. Players must play at least four games to be eligible for playoffs. Seasons may sometimes include more or less games due to league or rink scheduling factors. Teams play games only and do not have practices. All seasons include round robin play followed by playoffs and a league championship. Season start and end months may vary due to playoffs, holidays or other scheduling factors. D League may run on an alternate schedule and modified format. |
|Highest Experience Guidelines|
|B1 League||Advanced||Collegiate | Professional|
|B2 League||Low Advanced / High Intermediate||Juniors | Collegiate Club|
|C1 League||High Intermediate / Low Intermediate||Youth Travel | High School|
|C2 League||Low Intermediate / Novice||Youth Recreational|
|D League||Beginner||No Previous Experience|
|Players must play in the League appropriate to their skill and experience. Players may not be rostered on more than one team in a League. A player may participate in two different Leagues but may not may not play up or down more than one level. For example, a player may be rostered on C1 and C2 teams but could not be rostered on B2 and C2 teams. The League may limit the number of higher level players allowed on a lower level team (e.g. C1 players on C2 teams). Some players may be prohibited from playing at more than one level (e.g. a high level C1 player may not be permitted on a C2 team). Levels played in previous seasons or at other rinks may affect player eligibility for play in each League. The Hockey Director reserves the right to move players to higher or lower Leagues before or at any time during the season.|
|D LEAGUE ONLY|
The Pineville Ice House D League is a league for beginner adult hockey players.
|NEW TEAMS, NEW PLAYERS & THE PLAYER DRAFT|
|New Teams||While teams and rosters generally carry forward from season to season, teams sometimes drop out or fold, and new teams are added. New teams are created through the Player Draft or by captains forming new teams. If you are interested in creating a team or adding an existing team to a League, please contact the Hockey Director.|
|New Players||New players may join a league at the start of each season by attending the League Draft or by joining an existing team. Most existing teams are looking to add one or several players at the start of each season. If you have never or have not recently played in our Adult League, it's a good idea to Join Our Mailing List to get email updates for the upcoming season. You may also contact the Hockey Director to discuss upcoming seasons and placement on a team.|
|Player Draft||The Player Draft is mandatory for all players with no league history at the Ice House. Full gear is required. B1 league captains draft first, followed by B2, C1 and C2 captains. D League players are assigned to teams by the Hockey Director. The Hockey Director reserves the right to assign undrafted players to teams.|
|GAME FORMAT AND CLOCK|
|PENALTIES, EJECTIONS, SUSPENSIONS AND FORFEITS|
REGISTRATION: All players must register online (recommended) or at the rink before their first game. Players must register with the rink even if their captain is making a team payment. Check season information above for registration and payment dates and deadlines.
MINIMUM TEAM SIZE: If a team does not have at least 11 fully paid players or has not paid a team fee, the Hockey Director reserves the right to assign players to teams, merge teams or reject teams altogether.
CAPTAINS MEETING: A meeting for team captains is held once a year before the fall season on the same night as the League Draft. Each team must send its captain or a team representative. The meeting is imperative for communicating League, USA Hockey or officiating developments.
USA HOCKEY REGISTRATION: A USA Hockey registration must be current and on file at the time of registration. All USA Hockey registrations expire on August 31st of each year. Players can register and pay at the following link: Register For USA Hockey. All fees go directly to USA Hockey and provide players with supplemental insurance in the event that they are injured while playing a sanctioned League game. Registration also provides USA Hockey membership benefits which can be reviewed at their website.
ROSTERS & JERSEYS: Team rosters must be submitted by the roster deadline listed near the top of this page. No player additions are permitted after game five. All rosters are subject to approval by the Hockey Director, who reserves the right to change rosters at any time due to skill, injury, relocation or other relevant considerations. All players must be on the team roster, and no substitutions or walk-ons are permitted. Goalie substitutions are permitted with the Hockey Director's approval. To play in the Playoffs, a player must play at least four regular season games. All players must have a jersey with a number on it that is the same base color as the rest of the team. The Ice House staff must approve all jerseys.
MISSED GAMES: There are no refunds or credits issued for games missed due to personal conflicts or injuries. In the event that, while playing a League game, a player sustains a serious (i.e. hospitalization required), season ending injury that is not a result of reckless play or fighting, the player may contact the Hockey Director to inquire about a possible credit toward future seasons.
ZERO TOLERANCE: The Pineville Ice House is a USA Hockey registered facility, and all USA Hockey rules apply. Zero Tolerance is in effect, and any player that verbally or physically abuses an official, player or fan, on or off the ice, may be permanently suspended from all Pineville hockey events.
LIABILITY WAIVER: By registering for Pineville's Adult League, you agree to the following: "I understand that the game of hockey can be extremely dangerous, and participation in this sport could lead to serious personal injury or death. I understand that I must play at my own risk. I hereby waive all claim, liability, loss, cost, damage, and personal injury while enrolled in the Pineville Ice House adult hockey program. I also acknowledge that the Pineville Ice House is a USA Hockey sanctioned entity. I certify that I am 18+ years old and a current USA Hockey player/coach member in good standing for the current season. My current USA Hockey registration number has been submitted with my enrollment or is on file with the Pineville Ice House."
The Pineville Adult Hockey Leagues provide recreational league hockey for players age 18 and up. Our Leagues are designed for beginner through advanced players. The Leagues run year round as three seasons: Fall, Spring, and Summer. Each season is a new enrollment event. If you are new to our Leagues, please scroll down to the General Information section to learn more. You may also contact the Hockey Director, Nick Camp at firstname.lastname@example.org, 704-661-2101 or our Assistant Hockey Director, Jared Gaudet at email@example.com, 704-661-6219.
Please Join Our Mailing List to get email updates for the upcoming season.
OFFICIALS: Officials for the Pineville Ice House Adult Hockey Leagues are provided by Charlotte Hockey Officiating Program ("CHOP"). CHOP provides referees for adult and youth hockey in the Charlotte area, and the organization is independent of the Pineville Ice House. If you have complaints or comments regarding the officials, please complete the Officials Feedback Form below.