A new co-ed adult hockey league is set to drop the puck on their season at Langley Sportplex in October.

Puck drop readies for new Langley league

Registration still being accepted for West Langley New Hockey League

The puck is set to drop on a new hockey league for adults in Langley next month.

The West Langley New Hockey League is an adult casual recreational ice hockey program that will play out of the Langley Sportsplex.

The co-ed league offers three age groups (19+, 30+ and 45+) and will play on Sunday (7:15 p.m. or 8:30 p.m.) and Monday (8 p.m. or 9:15 p.m.) nights.

Cost is $440.

To register, call Tom McKay at 604-992-5264 or email WLNHL@hotmail.com.

For more information, visit www.WLNHL.com.

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