What's the difference between Rep and House League?, News (Clarington Girls Hockey Association)

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Jul 17, 2022 | Web | 1577 views
What's the difference between Rep and House League?
A guide to help you decide which stream is right for you. 

House League

All skill levels are welcome from beginner to experienced with a focus on equal ice time and fun for the players.

Cost: registration fees are the only fees required to play House League

Time commitment: On the ice 2 times per week

Tournaments: Will play in our home tournament - Flamesfest and enroll in 1-2 extra tournaments throughout the season at an extra cost, attendance is not mandatory

Out of town travel: All House League games and practices are scheduled in Clarington

Rep (Representative/Competitive)

Rep hockey is a fast-paced, highly-competitive level of hockey that offers exceptional players a challenge. You must try out for the team.

Cost: Registration fee + season fee (average cost per player $2,000-$3,000 per season)

Time commitment: On the ice 4-5 times per week, off ice training 2-3 times per week and 3-4 team building events per season

Tournaments: Typically 3 away and 1 home

Out of town travel: Rep teams may travel as far as 90 minutes for away games (even on weeknights)