On Sunday, February 17th the Carlisle CHILL are headed to Milton to help showcase the ORHL as the 1st place Peewee CHILL play the 2nd place Brant Phantoms. Come on out to the Milton Sports Centre - Rink A for the 5pm puck drop And see for yourself what ORHL hockey is all about.

With no contact, no restrictive address boundaries and no weeknight games, the ORHL is a great alternative to the traditional competitive minor hockey. The ORHL continues to grow as the Milton Stars and Halton Rage will ice teams for the 2019-20 season. Joining an already great group of teams that include the Brant Phantoms, Cambridge Renegades, Carlisle CHILL, Hamilton Steelcats, London Cobras, Niagara Knights, Norfolk Nationals, Oxford-Perth Warlords, Peel Predators, Royal City Kings, Stratford Knights and the Tri-City Titans.

Carlisle CHILL vs Brant Phantoms

Milton Sports Centre - Rink A

Sunday, February 17, 2019


This Saturday December 15th at 8pm in Carlisle the peewee CHILL host West Seneca and the minor bantam CHILL follow that with a game against the Brant Phantoms.

This weekend we will be collecting donations for the MCRC-Infant Food Bank in Milton, ON. The Infant Food Bank (IFB) is dedicated to helping local families in need by providing diapers, formula, baby food and cereal monthly; and by introducing these families to free EarlyON programs and supports offered at MCRC and other community agencies.

If you are headed to Carlisle for the game on Saturday night please help us support this cause by bringing diapers, formula, baby food jars, baby cereal or other items for infants.

We thank all the great families from all over the ORHL who help us every Saturday night to support the Flamborough Food Bank and IFB this coming weekend!

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Tonight at 8pm in Carlisle our Hockey Fights Cancer campaign continues with the Peewee team hosting the Tri-City Titans and the Bantam team hosting the Peel Predators. We use these nights to raise money for the Juravinski Cancer Centre in Hamilton. We will have baked goods for sale and a 50-50 draw with the proceeds donated to Juravinski. On night 1 we raised over $600 and hope to continue the great charity tonight.

As always we will have bins set up at the front door collecting canned goods and other non-perishable goods for the Flamborough Food Bank. Thank you all for your continued support!

If you are coming out to the rink tonight please help us support these 2 great causes!

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