SIR_logo_House_KOThe Scarborough Ice Raiders House League provides a complete program to players at all levels in a house league atmosphere. There are approximately 1000 kids registered and playing in a very successful environment. This year, the house league put together a more stabilized schedule that led to fewer conflicts for our multiple player families, playing our games at Don Montgomery Community Centre.

There are always more positive changes occurring to help streamline the program, making it more compatible for our families.




SIR_logo_Select_KOThe Scarborough Ice Raiders Select division is a comprehensive select program with teams participating in the North York Hockey League (N.Y.H.L.).  All players also compete in the house league program on their own individual teams.

There are currently 12 teams that compete in the NYHL and the S.H.A. Hockey Club hosts 2 successful tournaments each year that these teams participate in. Scarborough Ice Raiders Select teams are also the affiliated teams to the Scarborough Ice Raiders G.T.H.L. teams. More information on this program can be obtained at

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SIR_logo_GTHL_KOThe Scarborough Ice Raiders division is a competitive program that participates in the eastern division of the Greater Toronto Hockey League (G.T.H.L.) at the “A” level.

The 2011 – 2012 Season had 9 teams compete, one in every age group. For the 2012 – 2013 season, we will again be hosting teams in each age group.

More information on this program can be obtained by contacting General Manager Joe Gifkins .


Team Balancing

At this time, the S.H.A. Hockey Club (Scarborough Ice Raiders) would like to thank all those players and their families in accommodating player movements during the balancing of the Divisional Teams.

Although there are many factors that contribute to the need to balance divisions, it is certainly is a large commitment from our playing members to assist us by changing teams and we thank you for that.

It is to be remembered that we are attempting to create a competitive balance throughout the program, allowing all players and their families an enjoyable and entertaining experience. Most importantly, it allows our young players the opportunity to develop not only hockey but life skills that may be used for years. 

Christmas Break Reminder

This is a reminder of the closures for Christmas Break at the S.H.A. Hockey Club (Scarborough Ice Raiders) this notice includes all Divisions of the Club.

House League

 Monday December 22, 2014 through Friday January 2, 2015 there are no practices scheduled.  We return on Sunday January 4, 2015 to normal practice schedules.

Sunday December 21, 2014 through Thursday January 1, 2015 there are no games scheduled. We return to regularly scheduled games on Saturday January 3, 2015.


Monday December 22, 2014 through Saturday January 3, 2015 there are no practices scheduled. We return on Sunday January 4, 2015 to normal practice schedules.

Competitive “A”

Monday December 22, 2014 through Saturday January 3, 2015 there are no scheduled practises. We return on Sunday January 4, 2015 to normal practice schedules.

It is important that all members of the Club check practice schedules on line or check with your Coaches as there are a few cancellations and rescheduled practices during January and February due to our Tournament Schedules.


Skating and Goalie Skills Sessions

For those families taking advantage of the Skating Skills Programs on Sunday’s at Don Montgomery Arena or Goalie Skills Programs at Agincourt Arena also on Sunday’s here are a couple of important reminders.

Only current 2014/2015 seasonal House League hockey players are eligible to attend these programs. Therefore “Little Raiders or Tim Bit” participants are not able to attend these skates.

Only players that wear their current 2014/2015 seasonal hockey jersey will be allowed on the ice surface. Select or others jerseys will not be permitted onto the ice surface.  

The rational for this decision is simply that it is the only way to track whether or not a player is eligible to participant as taking attendance is virtually impossible.

2014 / 2015 House League Registration


Scarborough’s LARGEST and most COMPREHENSIVE House League Hockey Program, a Member Club of the Greater Toronto Hockey League (G.T.H.L.)

House League Registration

Birth Certificates required Hockey Canada Insured
League Starts October 1, 2014 League Ends April 4 , 2015
ALL games will be played at: Don Montgomery Community Centre
2467 Eglinton Ave East
Scarborough, Ontario
Little Raiders (pre-hockey) through Peewee Saturdays
Minor Bantam through Juvenile Tuesdays/Wednesdays

Registration Fees

Little Raiders (Hockey School) 1 Hour weekly $275.00
Novice 6 through Novice 8 (2009 – 2006) $475.00
Minor Atom through Bantam (2005 – 2000) $500.00
Minor Midget through Juvenile (1999 – 1994) $450.00

Registration Fees Include: Games, Practices (up to Bantam), Skating Skills Program (Novice through Bantam), Sweaters & Socks, Team & Individual Pictures, Insurance, Regular Season & Play-off Awards and Free Admission

League Features: Select Program for all age groups, Family Discount, Tournaments, Equal Ice Time and no Buzzer Minor Peewee and older

Registration at Don Montgomery Community Centre:

The online registration is now closed.  We have limited spots available in some divisions.

Should you wish to register, please send an email to 
Stacy Brown @ for more information.  

Payment Type: Cash, Cheque, Visa or Mastercard (No refunds after September 15, 2014)

For all other inquiries, please call 416-267-9431 or email .

Info about the SHA

The S.H.A. Hockey Club is the amalgamation of the remaining clubs that made up the former Scarborough Hockey Association. As the needs in the community we serve changed, we too changed to continue to be able to provide minor hockey to the community of Scarborough.

H.L. Registration Update

The online registration is now closed.  We have limited spots available in some divisions.

Should you wish to register, please send an email to 
Stacy Brown @ for more information.  

CSA Helmet Certification Memo

In accordance with Hockey Canada Playing Rule 3.6(b), all players, including goaltenders, are required to wear a CSA approved helmet to which a CSA approved facial protector must be securely attached and not altered in any way. Any alteration to a CSA approved helmet or facial protector automatically destroys the certification. All CSA approved helmets and facial protectors have a distinguishable CSA marking and this marking must be clearly visible and unaltered. Removing or covering the CSA identification constitutes an alteration.