Advent Health Center Ice is a place where hockey players from around Tampa Bay will test their skills. Whether you are new to the sport or looking to join a league, there are numerous youth programs available at our facility. Our in-house rec hockey program has 20 teams ranging from u8-u16. Each hockey season runs for 4 months, with practices and games on weekends here at AHCI. For more details scroll down to the FAQ section below

Are you an aspiring hockey player? Click HERE to learn the steps you can take to get started in this great sport!

**AHCI’s Hockey Dept. reserves the right to adjust ALL ROSTERS through Week 5 (this is to maintain a fair, fun and competitive league for all)**

Upcoming Youth Events

Summer 2021 Rec League

September 10th – December 10th

Divisions U10 – U16

Details

  • September 10th – December 10th
  • Evaluations: September 11th-12th
  • Saturday Practices and Sunday Games
  • Blackout Weekends – (Coming soon)
  • Playoff Weekend – December 10th-12th

Ages

  • 10U |  2010-2011
  • 12U |  2009-2008
  • U14/U16 |  2004-2007

Cost

  • Early Bird| $575.00 + tax | Ends September 5th
  • Regular| $625.00 + tax | Begins September 6th
  • Goalie| $199.00 + tax
  • Registration Deadline: September 22nd or when divisions fill

Division U6 – U8

Mini-Mites & Mites

Details

  • April 25th – August 7th
  • Evaluations: Sunday April 25th
  • Friday Practices 6:00-7:00 PM or 7:15-8:15 PM
  • Saturday Jamborees: Times TBD
  • Blackout Days: (Coming soon)

Ages

  • 2012 birth years and younger

Cost

  • Early Bird | $330.00 + tax | Ends September 5th
  • Regular | $370.00 + tax | Begins September 6th
  • Registration Deadline: September 22nd or when divisions fill

Stars of the Week

⭐U10 – Hurricanes “Ian Socha”

Ian Socha on the Hurricanes earned the hard working helmet this week. He helped his team fight back from a 0-3 deficit in the first period by scoring the game winning goal and a hat trick by the end of the game to help push his team to a 5-3 victory!

 

⭐U12 – Orange Crush “Cole Hauca”

He had outstanding hustle on both sides of the puck. Cole was everywhere on the ice. His passing and back checking sparked the Orange Crush to their second straight win of the season. He also scored the game winning goal. Cole’s desire to win and positive team first attitude were key to inspiring his team to victory.

 

⭐U14/U16 – Knights “Jackson Jones”

Jackson played another outstanding game. Making some big saves late in the game, Jackson helped carry the Knights into a shootout. Without Jacksons stellar play in the crease, the Knights never would have made it to the shootout.

Information & FAQ

  • All families/participants must have a FREE AdventHealth Center Ice  account to register. Click HERE to create an account.
  • All players will register online by clicking the “Register Now” button at the bottom of their division’s homepage.
  • Registrants will accept the AdventHealth Center Ice waiver and enter their current USA Hockey number during registration and then proceed to payment.

Goalies must register by using the goalie registration link. Each team can have up to 2 goalies for the season. Goalies will share playing time evenly throughout the season.

If you have any questions, please contact:
rechockey@ahcenterice.com

Click HERE to visit the USA Hockey registration page.

All players must have a valid USA Hockey # for the 2020-2021 season before stepping on the ice.

Click HERE to view the 2020-2021 USA Hockey age classifications.

AHCI follows the basic of rules of USA Hockey and is committed to offering a fun, fair and competitive Rec Hockey League.

What should players wear? Full gear including skates, shin pads, elbow pads, shoulder pads, gloves, helmet with cage, pants, cup and stick. Jerseys are handed out once teams have been finalized.

How much ice time do we have? Between 20-25 ice times (includes practice, games, and playoffs).

Where are our ice times? All AHCI Rec League games and practice are held are at AHCI.

Are there tryouts? There are no tryouts or cuts. We hold evaluations at the beginning of each season to form teams that are as equal and competitive as possible.

How long do hockey seasons run? Fall: September-December | Winter: January-April | Summer: May-August