Ball hockey is a game played in Canada primarily during the summer when the ice has been removed from the arenas. The game is much like ice hockey, except that it is played with running shoes on a cement floor, rather than with skates on an ice surface. Slightly less equipment is worn in ball hockey, as compared to ice hockey.
Women's ball hockey has been competing at the Canadian National Ball Hockey Championships since 1987. Ball hockey for women is on the rise, mainly due to the increased interest in women's ice hockey. If you would like more information on how to register for women's ball hockey in your province, please see the Canadian Ball Hockey Association's web page that describes the history of women's ball hockey and lists Canadian contact information.
The first tournament listed is open to all competitive and houseleague teams.
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