The Brighton Hybrid Draft League is open to lower intermediate and intermediate players, levels 3 through 6 skaters. The definition of those skill ranges are below:
Levels 4-6 (intermediate)
Players at the intermediate level typically have played high school hockey, or embody the equivalent experience due to age, athleticism, or thorough experience as an adult. A level 5 player is typically someone in their 30’s with high school experience, where level 4 would be someone older, and level 6 someone who’s younger. Players at this level make good passes, shoot reasonably well, have solid puck control, and maintain good body control. Older players who had college club experience, or the equivalent, a good amount of time ago may also be appropriate for this level, as would those who did not play in high school but have played consistently and improved as an adult player.
Levels 3 and 4 (lower intermediate)
This level is a combination of high novice (level 3) and low intermediate (level 4) players. This is a skill level that’s most appropriate for players who haven’t played hockey since high school and are getting back into the game after some time off the ice. Players at the lower intermediate level can also be working on at least one of the following hockey fundamentals: shooting, passing, skating and body control.