Frequently Asked Questions

Q.)  What does the schedule look like? 

A.)  Schedules aren’t finalized until all signups are in, however we always try to keep them the same from year to year.

Instructional:  Saturday mornings.

7-9, 10-12, 13+:  1 weeknight game, 1 weekend game, 1 weekend practice (every other weekend)


Q.)  What kind of equipment is required?

A.)  Hockey Stick:  All sticks are generally accepted (street hockey, ice hockey, wooden, plastic, composite, etc.)  When measuring a stick for a player, a good rule is to place the blade on the floor in front of the player.  The “butt end” should fall somewhere between the player’s chin and nose.

Hockey Gloves:  Any PADDED athletic gloves are generally accepted (street hockey, ice hockey, lacrosse, etc.)  MOTO-CROSS gloves are NOT acceptable.

Hockey Helmet:  Helmets MUST be equipped with a FULL face cage/shield.  LACROSSE HELMETS ARE NOT acceptable!!!  It should be noted that hockey helmets are much like sneakers:  all brands fit people differently.  It is highly suggested that players try on different brands to find the one that fits them best.  Most helmets are adjustable with a simple Philips screw driver along the temples of the helmet.  The helmet should be snug yet not painful.

Shin Guards:  Soccer shin guards are acceptable.  Street/Ice hockey shin guards (one’s that go above the knee) are also acceptable.

All of the equipment above can be purchased locally at Dick’s Sporting Goods, Bertelli’s Skate Shop, Etc.  The Hockey Committee and Referees reserve the right to deem equipment unacceptable at any time for safety.  No player will be allowed to play without acceptable and safe equipment AT ANY TIME.


Q.)  What is the cost for registration? 

A.)  Prior to late signups, the registration fee is as follows:

Instructional - $80/per season

7-9 League - $105/per season

10-12 League - $105/per season

13+ League - $105/per season


Q.)  When does registration occur?

A.)  Registration usually occurs during December and early January.


Q.)  How old does my child have to be to start playing?

A.)  Your child has to be 5 years old (or older) by September 1st in the year registration starts.    Example:  Registration opens Dec 1, 2022.   Child must be 5 (or older) before Sept 1st, 2022.


Q.)  When does the season start/end?

A.)  The season runs during the months of February, March, and April. 


Q.)  How long do practices/games last?

A.)  Practices and games are both about an hour long.  (In the event of a tie game, overtime DOES occur.)


Q.)  Where are the games/practices played?

A.)  All games/practices are played at the Southwick Recreation Center.


Q.)  Are the teams co-ed?

A.)  Yes.  All teams/leagues are co-ed.


Q.)  Is there any contact?

A.)  The league is “No Checking” however there is occasional contact through normal game play.


Q.)  Are slap shots allowed?

A.)  No.  High stick infractions are called for sticks that go too high and for anything that “looks” like a slap shot (at the referee’s discretion).


Q.)  How many teams make the playoffs?

A.)  ALL teams make the first round of playoffs.


Q.)  I still have more questions.  Where can I have them answered?

A.)  You can email any additional questions to

2023 SRC Floor Hockey Website

By marcstonge | January 26, 2023

Parents, Coaches & Fans –   The SRC Floor Hockey website has been update.  We’ve finished loading the practice & game schedule + the league standings.  Please visit as we’ll keep this site updated all season long.   ~ SRC Floor Hockey

2023 SRC Floor Hockey Draft

By marcstonge | January 15, 2023

* Click on title to read full post   Parents/Coaches: The SRC Floor Hockey draft will be conducted on Sunday, January 22nd.  All players new to their league must try out.  If your child is returning to the same league age bracket, they do not need to try out.  Please have your child come with…

2023 SRC Floor Hockey

By marcstonge | December 1, 2022

Today is the day…. SRC floor hockey registration has opened.  We’re thrilled to be back & look forward to another great season. ~SRC Hockey Committee