What Is House Hockey?
House League hockey, sometimes called local league hockey, is a recreational level of play. Most teams at this league level have 1-2 practices or games per week, making it easy to fit house league hockey into a hectic family schedule. Registration is typically inexpensive, and away games are rarely hosted more than a few hours' drive away. House league players are almost always given equal ice time regardless of skill or talent, and teams play in fewer tournaments throughout the season. House hockey also carries a lower overall cost and about 40 hours of hockey (in a normal season - October-March).