Langley Girls Ice Hockey Association

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Latest News & Events

Rep Coaches U13, U15, U18 for 2024-25 Season

By comms | April 2, 2024 | Comments Off on Rep Coaches U13, U15, U18 for 2024-25 Season

Langley Girls Ice Hockey Association is now accepting applications for paid/professional head coaches and qualified volunteer/parent head coaches for our U13A, U15A, and U18A Rep teams for the upcoming 2024-25 season. HEAD COACH JOB DESCRIPTION Serve as an official spokesperson on behalf of the team Coordinate the delegation of responsibilities to the Assistant Coaches and…

Embrace the Challenge: Become a Goalie with Langley Girls Ice Hockey

By comms | July 12, 2023 | Comments Off on Embrace the Challenge: Become a Goalie with Langley Girls Ice Hockey

We’re thrilled to connect with you today, bringing an exciting opportunity to your doorstep. This post is for those who have considered challenging yourself by adopting a new role on your team, specifically, goaltender. As you know, goaltending is not just any position in the exhilarating sport of ice hockey—it is a game-changer, demanding specialized…

Introducing Shawn McBride: U13 A1 Coach

By comms | June 26, 2023 |

Hello LGIHA families, We are pleased to announce that Shawn McBride will be coaching our U13A1 team for the upcoming 2023/24 season at LGIHA. For almost a decade, Shawn McBride has played a vital role in the Delta Hockey Academy. Throughout his time at DHA, Shawn has effectively coached various teams such as Midget Varsity,…

​​Registration for the LGIHA 2023/2024 Fall Season is Now Open!

By comms | June 15, 2023 |

We are calling all hockey enthusiasts and aspiring athletes! The wait is finally over. We are thrilled to announce that registration for the LGIHA (Local Grassroots Ice Hockey Association) Fall Season 2023/2024 is officially open! If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the chance to lace up your skates, grab your sticks, and hit the ice, now…


LGIHA U18 C1 Take Gold at Burnaby Remembrance Day Tournament

Congratulations to the LGIHA U18 C1 team on winning GOLD at the Burnaby Remembrance Day Tournament with a 2-1 shoot out victory over South Delta!

LGIHA U15 C1 Take Silver at the Burnaby Remembrance Day Tournament

LGIHA U15C1 team took silver at the Burnaby Remembrance Day tournament. The team went 2-2 in the round robin and lost to Lilloet in the final. This team has several players playing in only their first or second year of hockey, and it was their first time earning a medal.


LGIHA U11 C1 Undefeated at Vancouver Female Hockey Festival

Congratulations to the U11 C1 team that went undefeated to win the Vancouver Female Hockey Festival. They held off a relentless Vancouver C1 team to win the championship game 6-5. Great work!

LGIHA U13 C1 Brings Home the Gold

Langley Lightning U13 C1 takes home GOLD at the Sechelt Tournament with an exciting win in the final over the Tri-Cities Predators, 4-2! Well done!

LGIHA U18 C1 Win Silver in Kamloops

Langley Lightning U18 C1 win silver in the Kamloops Blade of Glory Tournament. After going undefeated in the round robin, the team beat Kelowna in the semis to face Lumby for gold. The final was a hard fought 0-3 loss. The team is happy that their teammate, who was hurt in the final, is home from the hospital and on the mend!

LGIHA U13C1 Brings Home Bronze from Salmon Arm

U13C1 brought home the bronze medal on the Family Day long weekend in Salmon Arm. Great work!

Who We Are

LGIHA is one of the largest female ice hockey associations in the Fraser Valley. We provide a safe, fun and engaged environment for girls to learn and play hockey. We field teams from U7 through to U18.

Our Association is governed and operated by volunteers, most of whom are parents of our players. The outstanding quality of the players’ experience and the results we see on the ice directly reflect the effort and energy contributed by those who are willing to contribute their time.


What you Gain

LGIHA programs provide girls of different ages and abilities the opportunity to learn, play and compete in Canada’s national sport.

Players not only learn to master new skills like skating and puck control, they learn about teamwork, make new friendships, improve their fitness, build self-esteem, and most of all, they have FUN!