IHL 2021 Summer Season Registration now Open

by Ron Burgundy

The IHL is our Premier League and is a competitive 25+ league (21+ for Summer) designed for players with higher level playing backgrounds.  The top players in this league played at the AAA, Junior A or Collegiate level.  The average players in this league played travel club hockey growing up.  If, through the evaluation process, our GM's feel that you would not be a fit in the IHL level you will be given the option to play in the FHL instead.  The FHL is designed for older players, recreational players and those newer to the game.   Registration Now open click here.


You must be 21 years of age by the start of the Summer 2021 season.  Under age exceptions are made on a case by case basis.  

Season Length

This will be a shortened 6 game plus playoff schedule designed to give college and professional players a chance to play and finish playoffs before heading back. 


The league fee is $110.00 plus proof of 2020-21 USA Hockey Insurance.  You must register online below and be paid in full to be put on the draft board. 


All league registration must be online.  Click this link to register


There will be no evaluations for the IHL this season.  Your past playing resume will be considered during the drafting process. If you are not selected to an IHL franchise, you will automatically be given the option to sign for the FHL draft where you will be guaranteed a roster spot.  

Game Days

For the Summer 2021 season. Games can be scheduled in any of these slots,  2 games per week minimum. Teams will play both Saturday and Sunday in July with playoffs beginning the last weekend in July.

Primary Game Slots

Saturdays 6:00pm, 7:30pm, 9:00pm
Sundays 6:00pm, 7:30pm, 9:00pm

Secondary Game Slots

Monday 10:15pm


All teams make a single elimination playoff.  The league's Heineken Cup Final's series is a best of 3. 

There are no regular season games played minimum requirements to be eligible for the playoffs.


The IHL typically runs two seasons per calendar year but can start at four different points depending on the rink schedule.

Summer season -  The Summer season typically starts evaluations in May and runs through late August. 

Fall Season - The Fall season typically starts evaluations in September and runs through December or January.

Winter Season - The Winter season typically starts in January and will run through April.

*Spring Season - The Spring season is typically a shortened 6 game season that runs From March through May.