Introducing Team Canada for 2017
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Team Canada 26 Man Shortlist Announced
EDMONTON, Alta. – Roller Hockey Canada is proud to announce today the top 26 inline hockey players t...

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Roller Hockey Canada announces GM for 2017 National Men's Team
Roller Hockey Canada (RHC) announced today that Kirk Jensen (Edmonton, AB) has been named as the Gen...

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2017 Team Canada Tryout Dates / Locations Announced
Team Canada Identification Camps Traditionally, Team Canada holds several Identification Camps acro...

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Introducing Team Canada for 2017
Team Canada 26 Man Shortlist Announced
Roller Hockey Canada announces GM for 2017 National...
2017 Team Canada Tryout Dates / Locations Announced...

Hunt brothers bring Roller Hockey back to The 'Peg


If you happen to see or hear a little extra activity around Maginot Arena in St. Boniface these days, chalk it up to roller hockey.

Seems Michael and Frank Hunt, a pair of ex-hockey players-turned-entrepreneurs, have taken over three floors of the old arena and are preparing to bring one of the most popular forms of hockey in the United States back to Manitoba.

The plan, according to Michael Hunt, is to create Central Canadian Roller Hockey as an off-season alternative for kids and adults who love ice hockey but aren’t sure they want to play the game 12 months of the year.

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National Registration Day!


Dauphin, MB – Roller Hockey Canada has officially announced that March 1st, 2016 is NATIONAL REGISTRATION DAY for adult and youth roller hockey programs across Canada.

 This initiative was set forth during the 2015 Annual General Meeting to create an opportunity for the sport of roller hockey to connect across our nation for one day, with a common goal. As many associations have already opened registration for the 2016 season, some will also be launching their registration on March 1st with the plan that ALL associations will be accepting registration for this event.

 “We are always looking for new ways to promote roller hockey and engage the community that exists within our sport and I think National Registration Day creates an opportunity for us to create a little buzz around our sport.” Scott Hill, President Roller Hockey Canada explains. “The people who are involved in roller hockey are a dedicated and passionate group that has always been interested and supported programs being ran in different cities and provinces from their own, we are very excited about connecting them all together for one big day.”

 Roller Hockey Canada will be promoting National Registration day throughout social media and are looking for as many “likes”, “shares” and “retweets” as possible to help spread the word.

 If you are interested in checking out your local roller hockey program, click the link below to find out more information on each of them:




Central City Arena
Surrey, BC


Delta Revolution Roller Hockey League
1618 Beach Grove Road Delta, BC V4L1P3


Eagleridge Roller Hockey League
1089 Langford Parkway, Victoria, BC V9B 0A5


Metro Vancouver Roller Hockey League
Metro Vancouver Area, BC


North Shore Inline Hockey League
North Vancouver, BC


Northern BC Minor Roller Hockey Association
Prince George, BC 


The Hockey House
Langley, BC


Vancouver Inline Hockey League
1504-4178 Dawson St
Burnaby, BC V5C0A1





Edmonton Inline

 Edmonton, AB

Beaumont Inline

Beaumont, AB


Mountain View Inline
Didsbury, AB


Spruce Grove Inline
Spruce Grove, AB


Calgary Roller Hockey League
Calgary, AB

Wetaskiwin Inline
Wetaskiwin, AB


Roller Hockey Lethbridge
Lethbridge, AB


Grande Prairie Wheel House
Grande Prairie, AB


Red Deer Inline Hockey Association
Red Deer, AB




Moose Jaw Inline Hockey League

Moose Jaw, SK


Central Canadian Roller Hockey

Winnipeg, MB  


4 Season Sports Roller Hockey

Brantford, ON   


Team Canada Championship Rings

The IIHF World Inline Hockey Champion, Team Canada have recently received their championship rings to their individual residences, it was announced today.

Team Canada won their 3rd IIHF World Championship (’98, ’12 ’15) and completed the 2015 event undefeated, defeating the host Team Finland in the Gold Medal game in front of a rocking crowd of 7,000 inline hockey fans. The 2015 championship rings were created by Baron Rings and include a number of custom features to capture the full story of the team’s run to the gold medal including:

·         player name and number

·         the flags of all 6 countries Team Canada played

·         tournament location (Tampere, Finland)

·         2 gold maple leafs representing the 2 gold medals won by Roller Hockey Canada since returning to the world championships in 2008

·         Team record 6-0

·         Roller Hockey Canada logo


Team Canada will defend their World Champion status in 2017 at the IIHF World Inline Hockey Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Rebranded: Roller Hockey Canada

Dauphin, MB — National Inline Hockey Association – Canada, the national governing body for the sport of inline/roller hockey as recognized by Hockey Canada and the International Ice Hockey Federation , announced today the organization will begin operating under a new trade name and will be known as Roller Hockey Canada  (RHC) effective immediately.

Although the name has been updated, the organization remains the same with Board of Directors and staff unchanged and no interruption to operations.

“We are proud to announce this change in our branding.  Our focus with this change was to create clarity for the general public as to what our organization does and who we represent whenever they see our logo or hear our association name," said Scott Hill, RHC President.

“We are very excited about the introduction of our new name. We believe Roller Hockey Canada simplifies our brand and makes it easier for members and non-members alike to quickly understand who we are and what we do.  It allows us to better support roller hockey players throughout our country and we look forward to seeing it on their jerseys, hats and clothing as they represent this great game we all love," added Hill.

Executive Director, Nathan Fleck said, “This rebranding aligns our association with other National Sport Associations and creates consistency in how all NSA’s are recognized by their brands- simple but effective.”

"We have had our existing look since 2007 and are very proud of how that mark has been embraced locally, nationally and internationally.  Our name has been in place since the organization was founded in 2001 by Hockey Alberta and Winnipeg Minor Hockey, and was important in creating stability while the organization grew,"  Fleck continued.  "Our Board of Directors felt that this was a great time to update the name to reflect the trend of National Sport Organizations to simplify their branding to be more recognizable in today's often crowded sporting environment."

About Roller Hockey Canada

Roller Hockey Canada is the governing body for roller/inline hockey in Canada, recognized by Hockey Canada, USA Hockey and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF).  Roller Hockey Canada represents over 10,000 players, coaches, officials and volunteers across the country. Roller Hockey Canada is a not-for-profit organization that provides consistent rules and regulations and various other membership services from coast to coast; manages an officials and coaches program; and leads the operation of the men's national team that represents Canada at the IIHF Inline Hockey World Championship.  Roller Hockey Canada’s mission is to “foster and promote the growth and development of roller hockey across Canada.

For more information on Roller Hockey Canada, please visit or follow through social media on Facebook and Twitter.

Nathan Fleck, Executive Director
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