Hockey groups skating at The William B. Troubh Ice Arena include:
  • Troubh Ice Arena Hockey Skills Classes
  • Old-Timers Hockey League
  • Casco Bay Hockey Association
  • Women’s Hockey League
  • High School Hockey
  • Athletic training home of PHIT 360
Troubh Ice Arena Hockey Skills
Skaters are introduced to balance, flow, agility, speed, and correct skating technique. Introduction includes stick handling (no pucks). Hockey skates, sticks, and helmets with a facemask are required. Skaters with no ice skating experience MUST first enroll in a basic skills class. Skaters with rudimentary forward crossovers and LOWER skills are Intro/Level I. Skaters able to execute forward crossovers and higher skills are classified as advanced (level II and III)

Old Timers Hockey League
Greater Portland Old-timers Hockey League (GPOHL) was formed for the benefit of all adult (age 35+) hockey players. All teams play with similar rules which include no checking, no slap shots and without referees.
Contact Gordon Wakelin at 207-846-9640 for information.

Casco Bay Hockey Association
A youth hockey program for ages 5 – 18, Casco Bay Hockey Association age divisions skate approximately twice a week including both practices and games. Break the Ice, Initiation, Mites, Squirts, PeeWees, Bantams, and Midgets are divisions within the program and are broken down by birthdate. For costs and registration information contact Registrar, Stephanie Haskins through CBYH website contacts.

Women’s Hockey
Greater Portland Women’s Ice Hockey League (GPWIH) is a non-checking recreational league developed by, and for, women ice hockey players. They are open to players of all levels ages 18 and over. For more info, please contact Denise Tanguay at

High School Hockey
The William B. Troubh Ice Arena is home ice to four local high schools. Portland/Deering, Cheverus, South Portland, and Cape Elizabeth all call PIA home. Games are played on Wednesday afternoons, Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoon/evenings from December to February. Most schools have both boys & girls teams and include a Junior Varsity and middle school-age program.

*High School schedule – Available the first of Nov. each year.

Middle School Hockey

Visit the Southern Maine Middle School League website (

PHIT360 – Performance High Intensity Training
Located upstairs at Troubh Ice Arena

MISSION: Educate people towards better lives through healthier bodies.
The first part of our mission is education. We aim to hold a better and higher vision of health for you than you may even hold for yourself, then break it down to steps that make it real and believable for you. Then, we become the catalyst to achieve your goals.
The second part is the belief that having a healthier body gives you a happier life. We believe that there is more to fitness than relief from negative health symptoms. Having a body that feels great because it can perform at higher levels gives you more confidence and day-to-day enjoyment.
What we are about is empowerment. We aim to give you more results with less time and effort than you could ever get on your own.

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