Welcome to the Adult Ice Hockey Clubs 25th Season! We are a group of mature adults committed to playing ice hockey in a fun, friendly and safe environment. We offer both Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer Hockey.
We have teams that are seeking new individual members. If you want to join one of our 42 teams please call Brian Brown, 604-834-0950 or email: email@example.com
If you are looking to locate your team into a sportsmanship emphasized league you have come to the right place. We have numerous divisions with varying skill levels, including Gold-19+/Silver-30+/Bronze-30+. We also have a Monday Night 40+ League and a Tuesday Night Adult Female League for the ladies.
COVID-19 Provincial Health Order (PHO)
The Province of British Columbia by way a PHO has now mandated all adult indoor intensive sports activity and their participants to be vaccinated. Our members are now required to have had their first vaccination by September 13, 2021 and a 2nd vaccination by October 24, 2021. You will need to have your Vaccination card scanned as per the PHO and or provide us with a copy of issued vaccination card.
Please download your Proof of Vaccination and the BC Vaccine Card at www2.gov.bc.ca
The Adult Ice Hockey Club is owned by City Gate Contracting Ltd.
Brian William Brown, League President founded the league in 1996.
Over the next three decades the league has expanded it's team base to 42 teams playing as the Langley Men's Ice Hockey League (LMIHL), Langley Monday Night 40+ Hockey League (LMNHL), Langley Female Adult Hockey League (LFAHL) and the White Rock Adult Hockey League (WRAHL). We operate all of our leagues under one umbrella known collectively as
the "Adult Ice Hockey Club" (AIHC) www.adulticehockeyclub.com
The Adult Ice Hockey Club was founded on the principle of a "sportmanship first" recreation ice hockey program. Members agree to do everything in their power to play hockey in a manner that displays fair play and good will towards their opponents. The league is open to mature adults seeking a fun and safe place to play a friendly game of hockey, regardless of their ability.