Men aged 40 and over are invited to play for the Sharks in the White Rock Senior Hockey League.

Men’s hockey ready

Men aged 40 and over are invited to play for the Sharks in the White Rock Senior Hockey League.

A group of men 40 and over are seeking players for a casual Sunday evening game of ice hockey amongst friends in Langley.

Brian Brown who is the league manager of the White Rock Senior Hockey League will be leading this group as its registrar.

The group has ice booked Sunday evenings prime time (7:45 pm) at the Langley Sportsplex commencing October 6, 2013.

“Many of us over 40’s have the urge to keep playing this great game, but our bodies are breaking down and commercial leagues are no longer a viable option for us”, stated Brown.

“A  trend is developing where older players are dropping out of ice hockey altogether. We wanted to offer the 40 and over an alternative to league play”

Anyone interested can either contact Brian Brown at 604-534-9525 or get information from the webpage www.wrshl.com under 40+ REC.

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