Hockey Skill Level Definitions. Adult Player Skill Level Rating Guidelines: One of our main goals at Hockey Finder is to ensure parity within our league. With thousands of players playing it certainly is a challenge however with this guideline and seasonal reviews from our captains and division managers we feel we're best set up to ensure games are close and everyone is having fun. Adult Instructional Class. Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate Ages: 18 years old and above Class Summary: The Adult Instructional Class is designed to develop adult hockey player’s skills including but not limited to: skating, stick-handling and shooting. The sessions will be structured with a skills portion that will last 30 – 40 minutes then an instructional game session that will.
Play Real Hockey. Established in , the Adult Hockey Association is Minnesota’s premier recreational hockey experience for both men and women. AHA Hockey provides instructional programs, tournaments, and league play throughout the year. We emphasize a fun, safe, and competitive experience for all skill levels. Players at this level should sign-up for: OBHL-D (as a MENTOR), OBHL-C or OBHL-B; 8 or 9, Very Good “B” or “C” Level Player: Played organized hockey and can demonstrate above average skills ** Players at this level should sign-up for: OBHL-D (as a MENTOR), OBHL-C or OBHL-B; 10 or Higher, Excellent “B” or “C” Level Player: Played organized hockey and can demonstrate excellent skills ** Players at this level should sign-up for: OBHL-D .
Woburn Rookie D League: Monday Evenings at O'Brien Arena. This league is designed for the low novice player (D Level) or those who are very new to the game. Game times 9 & pm. Note: When O'Brien Arena closes in Summer, games are held at Burbank Arena in Reading. Although some players may have 5+ years of playing experience (either as an adult or a youth), this experience is not to have exceeded the adult novice, or beginner youth levels. These teams may be comparable to traditional low “C” or “D” level adult house league teams.
Players at this level have typically played D1 college hockey and may have had professional hockey experience. Players at this level MUST have at least high level collegiate experience. If they have college experience other than D1, they typically have consistently .