York Central Ball Hockey League
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We would like to welcome you to our 35th year of ball hockey leagues. The goal of the York Central Ball Hockey League is to maintain the best ball hockey league in Ontario by providing our members with a professionally-run organization that offers various levels of play, ranging from elite to recreational to suit individuals and teams.

The Ycbhl and Ncbhl groups of leagues are affiliated with
the Canadian Ball Hockey Association (CBHA). With this affiliation we are now associated with Hockey Canada, the Ontario Ball Hockey Federation (OBHF) and the International Street & Ball Hockey Federation (ISBHF).


All leagues and divisions stay status quo with regards to rules, suspensions, arena use etc.
Our players now have the ability to play in CBHA National events and ISBHF international events, and OBHF Provincial Events.

We believe this is the best for our leagues and members. Our players now have the opportunity to continue to play for fun or too play for the higher levels.


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All Level of play!

Men's League +18

Minors Leagues

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Co-ed Leagues


Check out our Facebook account for daily updates on registration and daily league STARS of the game!


Don’t’ miss out, registration is for all our arenas!

For more info check us out   www.gtaballhockeyleagues.com to get more info on our programs! Ball Hockey

WINTER 2017-18 REGISTRATION IS NOW UNDERWAY!!! GO TO REGISTRATION SECTION OR E-MAIL This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 416-631-3808
See below flyer or go to registration tool bar for more info! Ball Hockey! 
for information on our WINTER programs follow this link
Toronto Ball Hockey League, Vaughan Ball Hockey League, Scarborough Ball Hockey League and Durham/Oshawa Ball Hockey League
Cost for our Summer season is $2399 per team if registered by OCT 15 2017 for our Rinx Leagues only
Rinx or Vaughan Winter Leagues start mid November
For Scarborough Leagues contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for prices !
Scarborough Leagues start mid November/late November
Leacock Leagues Sunday Division/ Mon-Wed Division/Tuesday Division
Rinx Leagues- Air conditioned!
12 game season plus play-offs
Season starts mid November 2017
Team and individual registration- Rinx flyer only!
Team and Individual registration for our Summer League.
Join as a team, Individual, small group! ball hockey
All levels of play
 Locations for Summer 2018!  Toronto, North York, Scarborough, Richmond Hill, Aurora, Markham, Thornhill, Etobicoke, Oshawa, Whitby.
Mens, Co-Ed Divisions!
Updated daily stats- player and team standing
Check it out at
contact directly for leagues in Scarborough and Oshawa-different game and cost set up.
Niagara Falls Classic is coming! go to tournament section for more details July 7th - 9th, 2017
 Locations for Summer 2018!  Toronto, North York, Scarborough, Richmond Hill, Aurora, Markham, Thornhill, Etobicoke, Oshawa, Whitby.
Leagues in the Winter are in Toronto, North York, Scarborough, Vaughan and Oshawa!
Prices on flyer are based on Rinx/Vaughan Sportsplex Leagues, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details on Leacock and Oshawa leagues.
We are on the Fan 590
Niagara Falls! http://www.ycbhl.com/index.php/tournaments/2017-niagara-falls-tournament-flyer
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NHL playoffs: Flyers’ Wayne Simmonds leaves doubters behind


By Dave Feschuk Sports Columnist  Toronto Star published April 13, 2012
Growing up, everybody said to him, ‘It’s too late. You’re still in double-A. You don’t have a chance.’ But he wasn’t listening,” said Brandon Sinclair, one of Simmonds’ childhood friends, now a Toronto financial planner.

“He was so good at pushing away that negativity, not listening to people, and just doing what he felt was right. ... It goes to show there’s no right way to get there. So many people were telling him he couldn’t make it. There was no support. Nobody’s on your side.”

Well, not exactly nobody. Navigating his way through his third trip to the Stanley Cup playoffs, Simmonds took time this week to reminisce about the community of friends who supported him from his earliest beginnings as a would-be pro. He was quick to praise his parents for all they’ve done.

He loves the sport so much he spends part of his summer playing with old friends in Toronto’s York Central Ball Hockey League. Simmonds is a defenceman for the Arcturus Realty Stars, an NHL millionaire firing one-timers among the contractors and financial planners and masons. Nobody ever figured he’d play in that league, either.

“It’s all the guys I went to high school with, guys I played hockey with growing up,” he said. “We have such a close group of guys. We’re like family. I’m lucky to have so many great friends.”

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