Illinois Ice Hockey Camp and Clinics and How to Play Hockey Lessons for Youth and Adults



What is this club all about?
This club was developed to give everyone the opportunity to play recreational hockey in a non-competitive environment. This club will meet every Saturday morning thru a 20 week period. If you are commited to be on the ice every saturday, then sign up for the full twenty weeks. If you can only be their half the time, sign up as a substitute player.

This is strictly a private weekly skate for club members only. No walk-in players allowed! The club’s goal is to provide a fun, friendly but competitive weekly game. See Zero Tolerance below.

What happens if you can't meet every week?
When joining the club, its your responsibility to find a substitute player off the list to fill your spot. A sub list will be provided to everyone. If you would like to be in the club and only want to be on the sub list, we can also accommodate you.

What is zero tolerance?
ALL MEMEBERS & SUBS WILL BE REQUIRED TO SIGN ZERO TOLERANCE CONTRACT, with the club. If an “unsportsmanlike” incident should occur, on-ice club members will decide immediately if the members involved are allowed to remain in the club. Members that are voted out by the club will return their jersey immediately, and forfeit their skating fee and future club participation privileges. **Please see note below**

Age: 25 and older / male or female

Location: All Seasons Ice Arena -Saturday Mornings 7:45am. Starting July 14th.

Dates: 20 week sessions (TBA)

Games on: Saturday Mornings

Jerseys: Club will be getting custom made reversible jerseys. Jersey Cost is extra. Jerseys will be required.

No Check Hockey. A, B, C Line Format mandatory line shift every 1:50 with 10 second change. (Like CCH Draft League.) No definitive periods, play would be continuous until ice time is up. Teams will be formed randomly each week.

Definition of Player Skills:

  • A (Advanced) player: A solid all around skilled player.
  • B (Intermediate) player: Skates/Stops Forward and Backward well. Can carry the puck but not at full speed, or with “Heads Up” attitude. Former experience: may have high school experience but is not up to speed, fluid or smooth.
  • C (Beginner) player: Learning to Skate and Stick handle. Does not skate with “Heads Up” attitude. Beginner player with no previous experience.

For more information, please contact Gene Dimonte.