Novice House Leauge


For information about our Novice House League program, please contact Jason Di Febo (


The emphasis in this league is on playing the game, sportsmanship, having fun and improving skating and ringette skills.  

Players generally range from 7 to 10 years of age.  Players have some basic skating ability when they start.  Most players are first or second year players. 

Regular Season Typically, there is one hour of practice and a game per week.  Games are held at Long Branch Arena on Sunday afternoons starting at 2:00 pm. Indoor practices will be held on Thursday evenings at Park Lawn Bubble Rink (Park Lawn & Berry area) at 7:00 pm. Additional ice time for ringette and skating skill development is available at an outdoor rink on Saturday mornings (December to February).  Power skating sessions are included in the program. 

Participants must wear full ringette equipment: 

· CSA approved helmet with chinstrap (not a bicycle helmet), 

· Approved ringette face-mask*, 

· BNQ certified neck protector, 

· Hockey gloves, 

· Elbow, shoulder and shin pads, 

· Ringette girdle and pants or hockey pants and socks, 

· Athletic protector, 

· Sports skates (not figure skates), 

· Ringette stick*



To ensure equal ice time a 2-minute buzzer system is used for line changes. Coaches try to equalize playing abilities on the ice. When possible, an A line/B line system is used.  

The registration fee includes:  

· 20+ games 

· In-door practice ice time 

· Power Skating sessions 

· Team jersey 

· Individual and team picture 

· Trophy 

· Ticket to year-end banquet 

We encourage parents to volunteer and participate with the players in learning a new sport.

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