How do I sign up?

You can sign up in person at Water City Sports Center, 2801 2nd Avenue, Marina, CA 93933

Best time would be Mondays after 5pm or Saturday 2-5pm, and Sunday 1-4pm


Where can I buy gear?

We sometimes have loaner gear and skates available but if you need to purchase gear in person the closest location is Pure Hockey 1290 Tully Rd #50, San Jose, CA 95122.  The staff will be able to help you select the proper gear.

Online for great gear and fast shipping would be www.inlinewarehouse.com


What is Roller or In-Line Hockey?

Roller in-line hockey is a team sport played on a wood, asphalt, cement or sport tile surface, in which players use a hockey stick to shoot a hard plastic hockey puck into their opponent's goal to score points.  It is considered a contact sport but body checking is prohibited.  Inline hockey teams are composed of up to four lines of players including two forwards and two defensemen on each line. There are five players including the goalie from each team on the rink at a time. It is the goalie's job to prevent the other team's players from scoring. Teams normally consist of 16 players that sit on the bench until it is their turn to play.  As the name suggests it is played on inline skates.

Inline hockey is a very fast paced and free flowing game, this is because it does not have the same rules as ice hockey. There are no blue lines or defensive zones in roller hockey unlike ice hockey. This means that, according to most rule codes, there are no offsides or icings that can occur during game play; this along with fewer players on the rink allows for faster game play.  There are traditionally two 20-minute periods or four 10-minute periods with a stopped clock.


Code of Conduct?

Our code of conduct can be download here

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