- Evaluation skates for the Summer 2019 season are complete.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Greater Seattle Hockey League is an adult league, so anyone over the age of 18 is welcome with no cap! We have new hockey players sign up that are over 80-years-old! You are never too old. In addition, we have a 40+ League that is open to anyone ages 40 years and up.
We request that all participants complete a New Player Application prior to arriving at the evaluation skate session they wish to attend. In addition, all participants are required to have registered with USA Hockey. Please bring your USA Hockey registration # with to the evaluation skate.
When you arrive at an evaluation skate, you will complete a smaller registration form that will ask for your name, plus information related to your playing preferences. Please print legibly so we can easily locate your New Player Application. After you suit up and hit the ice, participants will be put through several drills -- including skating, shooting, passing, etc. -- followed by a light scrimmage. GSHL league officials are assessing each participant's skills to place participants in the appropriate division based upon displayed skill level. At the completion of the evaluation skate series of sessions, the league hosts a captains draft about two weeks prior to the start of each season. Everyone can make a team if they want. The GSHL does not "cut" participants. Each participant who has pre-paid their new player dues for the season is guaranteed placement on a team. Everyone else who has completed a New Player Application and/or attended an evaluation skate may also be placed in the draft. Participants who paid their dues are drafted first, followed by unpaid participants, if spots remain.
If you completed a New Player Application and/or attended an evaluation skate, and can no longer commit to joining a team, please contact the league at Info@GSHockey.com so that we can remove your information from the captains draft. If you pre-paid your season dues, please include this information in your email so that we can assess the potential for a refund.