Covid-19 Update – Nov 11, 2021:


To KWOHC members,
We are extremely fortunate to have the opportunities to play the game we enjoy and
the social interaction it provides. The executive worked with due diligence to ensure
this year would start and continue to be a safe and positive experience for all the
As we near the end of our first month back on the ice, we want to reiterate the
importance of following our Covid protocols.
We have seen the reintroduction of showers and the removal of limits in the
changerooms. With like changes across the province and the overall opening up of
Ontario, Covid infections are on the rise. It is important at this time to remain
vigilant and follow all necessary steps.
Most of us are wearing our masks in the dressing room prior to the game, but few
are wearing masks in the dressing room after the game.
You may not deem it significant to you, however, this virus does not know
boundaries. You can’t call it out like a player on your team, it does not stop at the
goal line or take a rest between shifts. When our helmets are on, or you are in the
shower, are the only times your mask does not need to be on. You are protecting
yourself, your fellow players and the ability to keep the KWOHC season functioning.
Please continue to refrain from sharing water bottles, keep your glove on when fist
bumping, no spitting and maintain proper distancing when the space allows…and
most importantly WEAR YOUR MASK.
Thank you for doing your part.

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Covid – 19 Protocols Updated Dec 3, 2021, Posted under Health and Safety


Update: Sept 15, 2021


As you can imagine we have had many meetings in the past few weeks and since the Aug 31, 2021 Application deadline:


Here are some answers to the primary questions:


Probable Start Date: ​October 18
# of Divisions: ​5 Divisions
# of Teams per Division: ​4 teams in A and B, 6 teams in C, D, E
# of Players per Team: ​A, B, C will run as normal, D, E will start the season with 10 skaters per team
Probable Draft Date: ​Drafts can start anytime and must be complete by Oct 1
Any change to Ice Times: ​This is still being discussed but members can expect our normal days and times with some changes


For a full list of latest news posts visit our News page. Below are a few of the most recent posts.



This league of hockey teams is for men 35 years of age and older, playing up to 2 games per week, approximately 45 games in total, from late September through March each year. There are currently 30 teams in 5 different divisions. Initial placement in a division is based on age, experience and ability and we try to fit each player to a division, and sometimes do so intra-season.   An important consideration for prospective new players – we are not set up to be a ‘learn to play’ league.   There is a minimum standard for skating ability and knowledge of the game, this being important for many reasons including player safety.


All games are local and are played Monday to Thursday evenings with game start times ranging from 6:30 to 10:30 pm, and Sunday 3:30 to 5:00 pm start times.


There are no slapshots allowed and body checking is prohibited. Each game is overseen by two referees.


More details about the league on the About Us page.

Want to play in our league? Fill out an application and waiver form now!

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