All intramural players must have an athletic card, and conform to the IM eligibility rules.
The 1998 IM Hockey Schedule is available here.
Scheduling difficulties should be addressed (as early as possible) to email@example.com
The 1998 Team List is is available here.
In order to allow as many people as possible to play, we supply all players
with the minimal padding needed to play the game. Specifically, the following
pads are available for checkout at the rink:
This equipment is required for all players on the ice at
all times. In addition, we require everyone on the ice to be wearing hockey
skates (not figure skates). Skates are not available for
rental during Intramural games.
- Shin guards
- All goalie equipment except skates and stick
You will also to provide your own sticks, including goalie sticks.
Although other padding, such as elbow, upper leg, and shoulder padding
is neither provided nor required, it is strongly recommended for all players,
and very strongly recommended for those in checking leagues.
The Ice Times designated as IM Hockey are as follows:
Sunday 5:30-11:30 pm
Monday 8:30-11:30 pm
Tuesday 9-11:30 pm
Wednesday 8:30-11:30 pm
Thursday 9-11:30 pm
These times are subject to preemption by varsity and club hockey games,
special events, and just about anyone else. IM teams generally play about
5 games a year, plus 1 or 2 during IAP, if the team is around for January.
There is a place for players of all levels of ability.
In addition to the scheduled games that take place most evenings, there are pickup games each weekday afternoon.
Monday through Thursday, these games take place from 3:00pm to 4:00pm. On
Fridays, the game runs from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
- D League
- The lowest ability level, D league is for teams whose players may
never have played hockey before. It is also the largest league. There
is no checking in D League.
- D+ League
- This is a step up from D league. It is for teams who may have played
a few games before, and have some concept of the rules, although skating
may not be a strength.
- C League
- For those players who are familiar with the basic rules and strategy
of hockey, and who have played before. C league is a checking league.
- C Non-checking League
- Similar in ability level to C league, without the checking.
- C+ League
- This is a step up from C league, with moderate skating and puckhandling
skills relative to C league, but not the strategic or playmaking skills
of B and A league. C+ league is a checking league.
- B and A Leagues
- Teams that have a strong understanding of the rules and strategy,
with strong skating and puckhandling abilities. The A League differs
only in having these skills to a greater degree. Both A and B leagues
have separate playoffs and are checking leagues.
All levels of ability are welcome to the game. Equipment is available
for check-out with an athletic card.