Adult leagues are available for players ages 18 and older and of all skill levels.
Levels of Play:
Division A: This division is for top players who have competed Pro, Junior, College and top amateur levels. This is an open division.
Division B: This division is a step down from A-Division, but still very skilled. Players may have some College, Pro, or Junior experience but are typically older.
Division C: Players should not have Junior, College or Pro playing experience. Players may have played youth hockey, but should not have played about the Select A/B, high school or recreational level.
Division D: The division is for players who have learned to play as adults. Players may have played youth hockey, but should not have played above the recreational or JV high school level.
Division D2: This division is specifically designed for players/teams that are leaving the Adult Learn-to-Play program and entering the SSHL. This division is primarily made up of those who have learned to play hockey as adults and a few players who played recreationally as youths and are getting back into the game.
Click here for more information on the SSHL Levels of Play.
The Senior Stars Hockey League is played according to the rules of USA Hockey, except where noted. Click here to view the SSHL Rules and Regulations.
For more information on the Senior Stars Hockey League, contact Jonathon Sheridan, senior hockey manager, at JSheridan@DallasStars.com.