Welcome to the home of
Minnesota Inline Hockey
Update: Due the virus concerns, we are delaying the start of the inline league for a few weeks.
The 2020 Minnesota Inline Hockey season will return the week of March 23, 2020 for the Spring season. The 2020 season will be Spring, Summer and Fall sessions each 9 weeks long. The Spring season will start for the first few weeks at Ken Yackel/Westside Arena and then move to Highland Arena for the remainder of the season. The Summer sessions will be Highland Arena, the Hopkins Pavilion will host the Premier league in the summer. The Fall season will start at Highland Arena and end at Ken Yackel Westside Arena.
2020 Summer at Highland Arena
Call Greg at 651-354-7310 for questions and registration information.
Goalies Needed-There have been a few teams who would like to play in the league but don't have a goalie. If you are a goalie, or know of any goalies who would like to play, please respond to this email address or the contact information below and we can get you connected with a team.
Black Biscuit Pants, Jerseys, Wheels & Bearings Discount!
State Wars Tryouts A tryout for State Wars, a State specific tournament for roller hockey for children and adults will be held at Highland Arena in May. More information to follow. visit www.statewarshockey.com for more information about the tournament and dates. This years tournament will be held in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Free Agents If you would like to play and don't have a team, send an email to the league (click on the mailbox in the corner of this page). We will collect information and pass your information along to teams looking for players or try to form some teams with the individuals.
Attention Players in the Adult Inline League. The purpose of this notice is to explain the expectations of league play and to notify players what type of calls they can expect from the referees. Obviously, Minnesota is prevalent in ice hockey. However, inline Hockey is a completely different sport and the referees will follow the rules of inline hockey. The only contact allowed in inline hockey is accidental and incidental and it's up to the refs to call what they think is more.
Many players in this league have had a high level of experience in hockey. Many of these leagues allowed a player to physically cause another player to cough up the puck. They also may have questioned the referees' penalty call by using profanities. These instances are not allowed in this league for a couple of reasons. Number one, contact is not allowed in inline hockey and profanity is not necessary and is not a sign of respect for the referees. Number two, this is a public rink used by many minors. Ever wonder why most adult hockey leagues are held late at night? As it it is, inline seems to be a curiosity for ice users. They are not used to seeing inline and the league has a tendency to attract many young viewers along the boards. Please set an example for the younger players. It's a great sport and lets grow it. If you have to check or use clutching, grabbing and hooking in an environment of four on four with no icing and no offsides, you don't belong in this league.
We appreciate feedback on the league and it will be used for improvement. Thanks for your consideration.
Greg Mergens League Director 651-354-7310
Adult Beer Special! Plum's Bar located on the corner of Randolph and Snelling, located eight blocks south of Highland Arena, offers a beer special to teams following games. Plum's will take $2 off pitchers of beer when you mention that you are with Minnesota Inline Hockey. This special is available Monday-Thursday, between 7pm-Midnight.
Goalies Goalies who wish to be added to our goalie sub-list, please email us your information.