Nov 24th, 2013
The four games originally scheduled for January 1st have been moved. The two games which were to have been played at Rennie have been moved to the morning of Saturday November 30th, while the two games which were to have been played at George Bell will now be played at Rennie Park the evening of Sunday February 9th.
The web site now reflects the updated schedule.
Nov 20th, 2013
The Wednesday Night Outdoor League, an all-female league which plays at Rennie Park immediately after the SGHL games has a few spots open.
Oct 3rd, 2013
Preseason draws to a close
Next Wednesday October 9th is the night of the final two games in our preseason calendar.
The following night, Thursday October 12th, the eight teams for the upcoming season will be formed. All players will be contacted by their new coach over the days following the creation of the teams.
The regular season gets underway Wednesday October 18th for four of the eight teams and on Wednesday October 25th for the other four teams. From then to the end of November, all eight teams will continue to play on alternating weeks.
Sept 4th, 2013
New season begins
Tonight is our season-opening family skate and all players and their families are invited to attend.
George Bell Arena, 7pm to 9pm
May 15th, 2013
Today we accepted our 136th registration and are now full. We're continuing to accept registrations, though new registrants will be placed on a waiting list.
Typically there are some cancellations and it will happen that players on the waiting list end up playing. This normally happens closer to the start of the season.
SGHL invited to Toronto Furies Home opener
Our league has been offered a unique opportunity for its players and their families by the Toronto Furies of the CWHL.
The Furies' CWHL home opener is on November 9th at the Mastercard Centre (Kipling, south of the Gardiner) when the Calgary Inferno will be paying a visit.
Their second home game is on December 15th versus the Brampton Thunder.
Tickets are normally $10 per person but for SGHL and families on either of those nights, admission will be only $7 per person. If numbers warrant, there will be a special section set aside for SGHL players and families to enjoy the game.
Which would be wonderful enough, but further, all SGHL players attending with at least one additional family member will be entered in one of two draws for each of those nights.
Two SGHL players 14 years or older will be invited to participate in the warmups with the Furies and on top of that, two more players 13 years or younger will be invited out to stand at the blue line with the team for the national anthem!
All four players will be invited into the dressing room to dress with the team prior to the game! The day before each game, the four names will be drawn at random from the appropriate group of SGHL players who have tickets for that game.
Best of all, the Toronto Furies are being extremely generous and have made us the following offer. If twenty or more different SGHL players attend one (or both) games, the Toronto Furies will run a special practice for all of those players. If forty or more different SGHL players attend, they will organize a second practice for us and each of the girls will be invited to one or the other.
The ticket pricing is extended to all past SGHL players as well, though the additional offers (draw to be on the ice or to attend the special practice) are exclusive to this year's roster of 136 SGHL players.
Tickets will be available at SGHL games from either Tom or Gilles. If you can, let me know ahead of time about how many tickets you would like and we'll try to have enough on hand.