Marlton Street Hockey offers the opportunity for boys and girls (mixed) age 4-19 years old to play the game of Hockey at our three township rinks off of Lippincott Drive. Players of all levels are welcome to register and participate on one of our 65 Teams, in 5 Divisions during our Winter League that runs December through February.
For the competitive player, there is the opportunity to try out and participate on one of our Tournament Teams. These teams travel and compete late February through early May in the National Street Hockey Association’s (NSHA) Tournament Season. Marlton host a tournament each spring.
Our Summer League provides a laid back atmosphere, where players can get in some extra games, refine their skills or try something new. Games only, are played in June and July with no standings or playoffs.
MRC Street Hockey has proudly grown to over 800 participants in the Winter and has had over 400 players in the Summer making it one of the largest and well respected organized hockey leagues in the Country. Don’t miss out on the “Fastest Game in Town”.
MRC offers roller hockey from March-June. See Marlton Roller Hockey for details.
2015: Beaver A and C Teams won the NSHA Championship
2014: Cadet A and Beaver A Teams won the NSHA Championship
Over the past year, Marlton is proud to have 7 Chiefs represent the US National Ball Hockey Teams.
Six of our young men, Jon Tarzy, Tim Richards, Brett Silver, Mathew Tarzy, Tim Pags, and Denis Hickey participated in the World Junior Ball Hockey Championship in the Men’s U18 and U20 Division in June, 2014 in Slovakia, both teams came home with Bronze Medals. In addition, one of our young women Haily Bookwalter represented the US Women’s National Team as they compete in the Women’s World Championship in Switzerland and Canada in June, 2015.
WINTER LEAGUE (DECEMBER-FEBRUARY) REGISTRATION SEP 1-30
TOURNAMENT SEASON (LATE FEBRUARY-EARLY MAY)
SUMMER LEAGUE (JUNE-JULY) REGISTRATION APRIL 1-MAY 30
Chipmunk, Penguin, Beaver and Cadet Divisions
Games only-Players have to opportunity to play in a “relaxed” environment and have fun with their friends. Games in June are held on weekends until school lets out and weeknights in July. We do not keep standings or have playoffs. It’s an opportunity to try the game if you are new to it; kids get to have fun and just play. No worry atmosphere-Enjoy your other spring sports and vacation!
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