Findlay Men's Hockey League
Site Last Updated: 10/24/14
Welcome to the F.M.H.L. Web Site
2014 Fall Season is underway!
Contact Scott Perrault 348-6435 with any league questions.
League stats have been updated thru 10/23
Contact Heather Hunt to be added to the sub and e-mail lists.
Fall/Winter Session Information
League games consist of three 17-minute stop-time periods with 2 referees and a scorekeeper/clock operator. Teams are limited to 14 players per squad and we also provide the option of playing on an 11 man squad. (2 lines of skaters) Season consists of anywhere between 11 to 13 games depending on how the schedule falls and any playoffs.
Credit Card option is new for the 2014 season
We will use a Credit Card reader at the rink to collect payments PRIOR to your first game if you choose to pay with Credit Card. (Scorekeeper will have it)
The FMHL website will NOT be modified at this time to accept Credit Cards on the League Registration page.
If you check the Pay With Credit Card option on the registration. You will be expected to bring your card to the first game and pay PRIOR to playing.
Players remember to update your player profile under the section on the menu named "Players" or click here to get the update form.
The Findlay Men's Hockey League is a non-profit association that brings together players from all over Northwest Ohio to play organized hockey in the city of Findlay. (Which is located about 45 miles south of Toledo and 40 miles north of Lima) Spring Fall and Winter league games are played at The Cube in Findlay.
Our league contains 3 levels of play which allows everyone from the experienced player down to the first time skater the chance to play the great game of ice hockey.
A League: Features our leagues most experienced players and is a faster level of play. Many of the players at this level have high school and/or college experience. Full slap-shots are allowed and facemasks are optional.
B League: This league is for the intermediate/experienced skater who is looking for a slightly slower pace than the A League and a quicker pace than the Lower league. Players in this league are required to wear at least a half-shield facemask full slap-shots are allowed.
C League: This league is for the beginning skater/player with a slow pace of play. Players are required to wear full facemasks and slap-shots are not allowed. This league is limited to players that are rated 3.0 and below. Once a player has developed sufficient skating stick-handling and positional skills they are moved up to our B League.
Each league as a "core night" on which a majority of the seasons games will be played. The table above lists which league plays on which night.
Gary Petrime: President
Scott Perrault: Vice-President Treasurer Web Page