The Calgary 55 Plus Hockey Association was formed in 1990 to provide an opportunity for Calgary and area players 55 years and older to participate in recreational hockey for the fun of the game. Association members play in various arenas around the city, join in the camaraderie and fellowship, and support community programs through annual contributions to selected charities. There are currently nine teams playing out of the South Fish Creek Cardel Rec Centre with one team playing out each of the Optimist Arena, Renfrew Arena and Shouldice City of Calgary Arenas. The teams primarily play in the mornings and early afternoon.
Interested Players can contact the Association by email @ firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the CONTACT US form listed below to inquire about opportunities for playing on one of the participating Teams.
2019 Annual Charity Hockey Tournament
This year's Charity Tournament was a great success. We would like to thank the Organizing Committee headed by Wayne Ford and the numerous volunteers that helped to make the Charity Tournament a success
Thank you to everyone who brought items for the Calgary Food Bank or donated monies. This is an integral part of the tournament's objectives.
The Annual Charity Hockey Tournament raised $8,338 in support of the Calgary Food Bank. Mike Gilligan presented the cheque to the Calgary Food Bank
Don Walker and Fred Sloan were pleased to present Bryan Alcock and his wife Jane Alcock an award for their many years of contributions to the Calgary 55 Plus Hockey Association. Bryan was a Past Commissioner for many years providing valuable contributions on the Governance and Operation of the Association. Jane provided a number of invaluable services including Registration, Insurance Coordination, website administration and maintenance. In addition, Jane contributed many hours setting up and developing spreadsheets; sorting players into teams with similar skill sets. We extend our thanks again for their contributions.
Please see Obituaries about recent and former players who have passed away under the More Tab above for
Scott Douglas (SFC Platinum) - January 18, 2020
Ken Pariseau (SFC Silver) - January 10, 2020