New to Hockey? (Streetsville Hockey League)

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Streetsville Hockey League


One of the best-kept secrets in the City of Mississauga is the Streetsville Hockey League (SHL). The SHL provides low-cost, full access to hockey in Mississauga for all residents. The Streetsville Hockey League is a non – contact (no checking) hockey league for boys and girls ages 4 to 17 providing safe and fun hockey with the full development of hockey skills. The SHL provides access even for children who cannot skate through such programs as Learn to Skate and Stick and Puck to develop into playing full-ice hockey. Not only can you play hockey in the SHL but you can learn to become an on-ice official or a timekeeper and earn some money!

Unlike other hockey leagues, the SHL games and practices are all held at Vic Johnson Community Center in Streetsville at the same time each week. No guessing what time and where it will be. For children 4 to 7 the SHL provides an initiation program that helps introduce hockey. From ages 8 to 17 there is league play. The SHL also offers older children who have not played hockey a welcoming and inclusive place to learn how to play hockey and have fun.

The SHL is a coed league, offering hockey for girls and boys. We offer hockey skill programs, managed in a safe environment where volunteers, on-ice officials and VJCC staff work for the best of all situations.

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