Adult In-House League

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center offers year-round 20-week seasons starting in the spring and fall with multiple divisions for first-time to advanced players. All skaters must be 18 years or older (17 with parent permission).

Those who are new to the area and want to join a team can attend a draft skate session prior to the start of each new season. PISC’s hockey director and team captains are on hand during these sessions to evaluate each individual’s ability and help to place them in the correct division.

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center offers four competitive divisions.

LEAGUE / LEVEL
LEVEL
Gold League:
Monday
Level is designed for advanced players.
Player has played competitive adult levels. Has played youth, high school, some junior, or college hockey at a high level.
Silver:
Wednesday / Thursday
Level is designed for intermediate players.
Player has played competitive adult levels. Has also played some youth or high school.
Bronze:
Tuesday / Thursday
Level is designed for novice players.
Player has played for at least 2-3 years in an adult league with novice skills and a general knowledge of hockey positions.
Copper:
Sunday / Monday
Level is designed for beginner players.

These 90 minute sessions are scheduled for adult skaters to get more practice time while playing a scrimmage game.

Participation is on a first-come basis and there is a maximum of 30 skaters and four goalies per session. Players will be admitted as space permits until the session time begins.

All skaters must be 18 years or over (17 with parent permission).

  • One scheduled league game per week
  • All games include three 20-minute periods
  • Full season payment includes supplemental insurance coverage while playing in-house games at PISC within the current season.
  • At the end of the regular season, the top four teams in each division advance into play-offs and the final championship game.

All player and sub-registrations and payments are done online. A discounted full season payment can be made during the first week of each season or you can choose a convenient two-payment plan option.

The “per game” fee is $35 and can be paid online before skating each game.

Players not paying the season fee must participate in a minimum of eight regular season games to be eligible for play-off and championship game participation.

Each player must make payment and sign waiver before their first game

The schedule and stats are available using the link below.