Play casual hockey in Langley

The WLNHL offers men and women the opportunity to play a game of casual ice hockey using the same core group each week.

Come out and play casual hockey in Langley

The West Langley New Hockey League (WLNHL) is a group forming to play recreational ice hockey in prime time slots at the Langley Sportsplex. There will be Sunday afternoon and Monday evening games.

The WLNHL offers men and women the opportunity to play a game of casual ice hockey using the same core group each week.

The fall/winter program offers three sessions, Sunday afternoons at 2:15 p.m., Monday evenings at either 8 p.m. or 9:15 p.m.

The program is open to adults who are looking for a safe and fun environment. The cost to join is $440 and includes an after game beverage, barbeque and pizza nights and use of player jersey.

Players can join by calling 604-534-9525, emailing wrshl@hotmail.com or going to www.wlnhl.com.

 

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