The Calgary PowerHockey League (CPHL) is dedicated to providing a quality adaptive hockey program for all persons 12 or older who require the use of an electric wheelchair for daily mobility. We are a Canadian Registered Charity solely operated through the efforts of dedicated volunteers & charitable donations.
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Because of the heavy construction at Vivo, we have been asked to enter and exit the facility through the "East" entrance next to the rear parking lot until otherwise advised. For those players taking Calgary Transit Access, please make sure to book your drop-off and return bus to and from the "East" entrance as well.
December 3, 2022
1:30 - Demons 2 vs. Thunder 3 - Click here for boxscore
3:30 - Knights vs. Machine - Knights forfeit, Machine awarded 0-1 win
December 10, 2022
1:30 - Demons vs. Machine
3:30 - Thunder vs. Knights
Knights have forfeited 3 games, Demons have forfeited 1 game, Thunder have 1 win due to forfeit, Machine have 1 win due to forfeit, Knights have 2 losses due to forfeit. Demons and Knights have 1 double forfeit against each other (no points awarded).
(Pointstreak standings page is incorrect as it doesn't take the forfeited games into account. We are working to rectify this. For now, the standings above are correct.)
Calgary Transit Access is no longer accepting group bookings. Because of this, the League is unable to make bus bookings. Players are now required to make their own bus bookings for each weekend. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Congratulations Machine, 2019 CPHL Champions!
Coach: Glenn Margetts
Remy Bernier, Taylor Eveleigh, Michael Falconer, Matthew Langen, Sheila Ann Langen, Nic Margetts, Hugo Moussu, Robert Olisoff, Hiroshi Popoff
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, and out of an abundance of caution, it has been decided to pause the remainder of the 2019-2020 CPHL season. The majority of our players fall in the "at risk" category if they were to catch the virus - ie: weaker respiratory and immune systems. It would be negligent of us as a league to allow our players, families, referees, and volunteers to potentially be exposed to Covid-19 by being in a high density venue as Vivo. The situation will be monitored by the League and, if things drastically improve in the next month or two, the Board may look at the feasibility of holding playoff games in the summer.
The awards banquet will unfortunately be cancelled also as a precaution.
Thank you for your understanding during this trying time.