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Adult Hockey Drop-In - Fridays at 12:00 pm

Adult Hockey lunch time drop-in every Friday from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. To be put on a list as a goalie, during this time, call the rink after 10:00am on Friday. All players must be 18 years of age and  wear full equipment, including a helmet. 

All players must have a current USA Hockey number to participate in games! 

KCIC Adult Hockey Fall Session

The Maple Leafs are looking for 3 subs for their game this Sunday at 4:20pm. If you can fill in please call Matt (913) 461-3900.

All players must be registered with the league and have paid (half payment of full) to be playing this session.

 

The Men's League Schedules  are under the appropriate league sections on the "Current Section" navigator box to the left.

Registration Open for Fall/Winter Leagues

(Details on Adult Leagues below)

Z League Registration is now available!  Cost is $350 for a 20 game season.  The season schedule is still a work in progress with teams still shaking out in the other leagues and ice time slots getting provided, so at this time we do not have a definite start date.  The season will not begin for some time - probably not until November - though practice sessions will be offered for Z League players before the season starts.  Jerseys will also be provided once teams are organized.  Check back for updates as they become available.

Questions about the Z League?  Visit the Z-League page or Email league commissioner Tom Prendergast at tpkcmsbl@aol.com

Note that players registered in the C/D league who play in the Z League need not register separately (your C/D registration is sufficient), however, participation in the Z League for current C/D players is BY INVITATION ONLY.  If you are a currently registered C/D player who is interested in getting an invitation to play in the Z League, contact league commissioner Tom Prendergast by email or call him at (913) 649-2942.

Tom Prendergast

KCIC Adult Hockey Commissioner

Phone: 816-898-1816 tpkcmsbl@aol.com

Rec League - by Scott Springer

Rec League - By Scott Springer

New Book Released By One Of Our Own

A new book has been published by a KCIC Adult Hockey League player that would seem right up our alley!

Rec League, by Scott Springer is now available.

From the author himself:

I enjoy writing as much as I hate trying to sell, so it's with great hesitation that I'm going to recommend an ice hockey novel that I wrote.  It's called Rec League and the theme is exactly what the title implies.  Since you play recreational hockey I thought that you, or those you know, might be interested in checking it out.

If you do have an interest, you can go to the recleaguenovel.com website by clicking on the picture above.  Then you can order it by clicking the "Lulu" button in the bottom left at the site.

Don't worry, if I see you in the locker room, I won't ask if you bought it.

Thus ends my sales pitch.

See you at the rink!

Scott Springer

PS - this book contains passages with strong language and so is not appropriate for younger readers.

League Rules

Three 12-minute stop periods with 1 minute intermissions. Each team has 1 timeout that will last 1 minute.

Playing of the Third Period: The clock will go to run-time when there is a 6 goal margin. At the first stoppage of play when the hour/curfew clock shows five minutes of play remaining, the game clock will be reset to two (2) minutes of stop time at the referees direction, and the game shall be concluded. The hour/curfew clock starts when the Zamboni doors close after resurfacing the ice.

Overtime/Shootout Rules: There are no tie games in any of the KCIC Adult Hockey Leagues.  In the event the third period ends with the score still tied, the game will move to a 3-minute, sudden death overtime, played with a numerical on-ice strength of 4-on-4 (plus the goalies).  If neither team scores in overtime, there will be a 3-man Shootout.  If there remains a tie after the three shooters have gone, the game will move to single sudden death rounds until a winner is determined.  Teams that win overtime or shootout games will receive a normal win (worth two points), while teams that lose in overtime or a shootout will receive an overtime or shootout loss (worth one point).  Note that during the overtime period, if penalties are called, teams will play 4-on-3 or if necessary 5-on-3.  At no time can a team play with less than 3 skaters, plus the goalie.  If a team chooses to pull its goalie during overtime and the opposing team scores while the goaltender is off the ice, the team whose goalie was pulled shall forfeit the point they would otherwise get for an overtime loss, with the exception that if the goaltender leaves the ice during a delayed penalty and during the delayed penalty that team inadvertently scores into its own goal, they shall still receive the point for the overtime loss.

Penalties Near the End of the Game: Five and 10 minute penalties in the last 5 minutes of a game that do not incur a suspension will be served by the player at the start of the next game with no on-ice penalty to the player's team. Two minute penalties occurring after the game will be served in the same manner. Failure to attend the next game will count as the player penalty being served.

Substitution Rule: A skater may be subbed when a team has less than 9 skaters and may only substitute up to 10. Subs must be of an equal or lower level than the league they are playing. The commissioner and opposing team captain must be informed as soon as possible to obtain and use a sub.  The sub must be a registered player in the league in order to play.  No outside subs are allowed.  In addition, subs must be approved by the opposing team captain.  The use of unregistered or unapproved subs will result in a game forfeit by the offending team and possible suspension of the offending player and/or team captain.  The same rule will apply to the playoffs. Goalies are a case-by-case basis.

Age: To participate in any KCIC adult league, a player must have a current USA Hockey membership, agreed to abide by the rules and signed a league waiver sheet, in addition to paying the posted players fee. All players must be 18 years of age or older to be on a team roster or fill in as a sub player.


Open/A Fall 2016/17 League Information!

If interested in putting a team in or individuals wanting to play please email league commissioner Tom Prendergast at tpkcmsbl@aol.com.

2016/17 Fall/Winter Adult Z League

Z League Registration is now available!  Cost is $350 for a 20 game season.  The season schedule is still a work in progress with teams still shaking out in the other leagues and ice time slots getting provided, so at this time we do not have a definite start date.  The season will not begin for some time - probably not until November - though practice sessions will be offered for Z League players before the season starts.  Jerseys will also be provided once teams are organized.  Check back for updates as they become available.

Questions about the Z League?  Visit the Z-League page or Email league commissioner Tom Prendergast at tpkcmsbl@aol.com

Note that players registered in the C/D league who play in the Z League need not register separately (your C/D registration is sufficient), however, participation in the Z League for current C/D players is BY INVITATION ONLY.  If you are a currently registered C/D player who is interested in getting an invitation to play in the Z League, contact league commissioner Tom Prendergast by email or call him at (913) 649-2942.

2016/17 Fall/Winter Adult B League

2016/17 Fall/Winter Adult B League will start in mid-October. Online registration is available now. A link to register is above and below.

The price will be $450 plus registration fees. All players must ALSO be registered with USA Hockey.

There will be 24 regular season games and games will be played on Sunday evenings with occasional Monday or weekday games.  Players will draft onto their requested teams; unless it is to the detriment of parity amongst the teams.

15 skater MAXIMUM per team with one goalie.  Pick the captain, team, or friends you wish to play.

Jerseys are dark vs white; however, most teams now have inexpensive team jerseys to which your captain may be able to obtain for you, if you choose to purchase one. This is not required as long as you have a uniquely, numbered jersey of close resemblance to the team jerseys.
 
 

Captains: Pat McCarthy - Brew-Ins, , Tony  Speranza - Bulldogs, Jeff McDonald -Icehawks, Matt "Boomer" Kaustinen - Maple Leafs, Ronnie Higgins - Mid Ice Crisis.  Other teams:  LaBatt Blues, Mercenaries, Nordiques, Wallace, Yetis.

2016/17 Fall/Winter Adult C/D League

2016/17 Fall/Winter C/D League will begin in mid-October. Online registration is available now.  A link to registration is above and below.

The price will be $450 plus registration fees. All players must ALSO be registered with USA Hockey.

There will be 24 regular season games, with the games being held on Sundays.

Players will draft onto their requested teams; unless it is to the detriment of parity amongst the teams.

15 skater MAXIMUM per team with one goalie.  Pick the captain, team, or friends you wish to play.

Jerseys are dark vs white; however, most teams now have inexpensive team jerseys to which your captain may be able to obtain for you, if you choose to purchase one. This is not required as long as you have a uniquely, numbered jersey of close resemblance to the team jerseys.
 
 
Captains: Doug French - Angry Beavers, Kari Walberg - Bulls,  Jason Rohlf - Chicago Dogs, Andy Crow - Cutters, Julianne Mazurek - Ice Rats, Jeff Smith - Opossums, Bob Klem - Red Rockets, Helmut "Hippo" Tweer - Yetis.