This is just a friendly reminder that as per our
CAHL 2018-2019 website registration section:
need to have two sets of matching colour team
jerseys (a dark home set and a light away set) with numbers on
the back. There is a grace period of the first five games of the regular season
when this won't be enforced yet.
After the first five games
all teams will need to have two sets of matching
colour team jerseys.
In the event that a player
forgets his/her matching colour team jersey he/she will have to wear a jersey
that is as close as possible in colour to the matching colour team jerseys and
he/she will have to ask the referees for
permission to use the non-matching jersey.
The referees, at their sole
discretion, may or may not give permission if they deem that the jersey is too
close in colour to the opposing team. If the
referees do not give permission then that
player won't be permitted to play unless he/she can get
a jersey that is closer to matching the team jerseys.
The matching colour team
jerseys don't need to have logos. Matching colour team socks are not needed.
If you need new custom
matching colour team jerseys please email us at
for a CAHL team rate.
Please note that by matching
colour jerseys we mean matching base colours for
the jerseys. The jersey accent
colours can vary among the players on the team.
For example if a team has all
white base colour jerseys, but some jerseys have red stripes while some jerseys
have black stripes or no stripes at all, then that is still fine since all of
the jerseys still have the same matching base colour of white.
The point of this rule is to help prevent confusion and conflicts for
all teams, skaters, goalies, and officials. The point of this
rule isn't to have all teams look exactly like NHL teams.
For example if a team only
has 1 set of matching base colour red jerseys and plays against a team with only
1 set of mismatching many base colour jerseys which includes colours similar to
red then it is confusing to the skaters and
goalies on both teams and for the officials. That is why it is
important and every team needs to have 2 sets of matching base colour jerseys
with numbers on the back.
For economical reasons teams can always have 2 sets of matching base
colour jerseys of different quality. For example teams can have
1 high quality set of matching base colour dark jerseys with numbers on the back
plus 1 set of matching plain solid light colour practice jerseys with numbers on
Or the most economical way would be to have 2 sets of matching plain
solid colour practice jerseys. For example teams can have 1 set
of matching plain solid dark colour practice jerseys with numbers on the back
and 1 set of matching plain solid light colour practice jerseys with numbers on