K-W Oldtimers Hockey

About the K-W Oldtimers

This league of hockey teams is for men 35 years of age and older, playing up to 2 games per week, approximately 45 games in total, from late September through March each year. There are currently 30 teams in 5 different divisions. Placement in a division is based on age and ability.

All games are local and are played Monday to Thursday evenings with game start times ranging from 6:30 to 10:30 pm, and Sunday 3:30 to 5:00 pm start times.

There are no slapshots allowed and body checking is prohibited. Each game is overseen by two referees.

More details about the league on the About Us page.

The K-W Oldtimers Hockey Club needs full time players for its "A" (60 plus) division. Please reach out to Chris Gehan, League Recruiter, at cgehan@bell.net

2015-2016 Application Form - New Players

The Record.com Video - October 19, 2012


Check out the Awards page. Brent Heard - the 2015 Jack Kirby "Oldtimer of the Year".

Brent Heard is the 2015 recipient of the Jack Kirby award as Oldtimer of the Year. In presenting the award to Brent, League Secretary Ron White cited Brent's positive attitude and his strong play in D Division since joining the league for the 2006-2007 season. Brent served as league Statistician from 2011-2013 and as Treasurer from 2013-2015 and will be a captain during the 2015-2016 season.

Brent, a CPA and graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University, resides in Waterloo with his wife Dianne.

Sponsorship and Donations

Sponsorship and Donation form is available here.

Ron Fowler and Rick Sill

During the week of October 25th 2015, the K-W Oldtimers' Hockey Club sadly lost two long standing members. Ron Fowler and Rick Sill were two highly regarded gentlemen, who loved the comradeship and the brotherhood of belonging to a sports team. Both will be dearly missed as teammates and as friends.

Steve Lyon, Director of Health and Prevention

Annual Tournament

2016 Tournament Welcome Letter and App

2016 Tournament Rules

Emergency First Aid and Adult CPR and AED

20 spots available and the date is Saturday January 23rd 2016 between 8:30 a.m and 4:30 p.m. and the cost of $76.50 per person is once again being covered by the league.

This is a great opportunity to be involved in some valuable First Aid and CPR training, whether it be needed on the ice or at any time it should be necessary in our day to day lives. You will be mailed out a certification slip and have CPR noted beside your name in our annual handbook.

Please contact Steve Lyon at slyon@rogers.com to enroll as it fills up fairly quickly.

AED/CPR Practical Video


Pre-game warm up - stretch, skate a few laps and then stretch again.

Don't eat a large meal or drink alcohol before a game.

Notify your captain of medical conditions (strokes/heart attacks, high blood pressure, diabetes, previous injuries, etc.) in case anything happens during the game.

Notify your captain of the medications you are allergic to, in a medical emergency paramedics need this information.

For more Health Information, visit the Health/Prevention page.



Team A3 15 27
Team A4 14 18
Team A5 15 15
Team A6 15 15
Team A2 15 12
Team A1 14 1

Team B5 14 24
Team B6 14 21
Team B3 15 13
Team B4 15 11
Team B1 14 10
Team B2 14 7

Team C6 15 21
Team C5 15 20
Team C3 15 18
Team C1 16 15
Team C2 16 13
Team C4 15 5

Team D3 15 23
Team D1 15 16
Team D5 16 15
Team D6 16 15
Team D4 15 12
Team D2 15 11

Team E5 16 17
Team E6 15 17
Team E4 15 16
Team E3 14 15
Team E1 16 13
Team E2 14 12

Detailed Standing on the Standings page.

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