The Burrillville Junior Hockey League (BJHL) was established in the early 1950s. It is one of the longest running youth hockey leagues in the country offering programs for both boys and girls ranging from Learn to Skate through Midgets (U19). With a coaching staff that is USA Hockey certified, this dedicated group varies in experience levels from veteran College coaching experience, High School coaching experience, coaches with 20 + years’ experience, as well as younger coaches with fresh perspectives and new ideas which helps to make the Burrillville Junior Hockey League a well-balanced program. Historically, this program has successfully competed in regional and national playoff tournaments.
BJHL offers practices 2-3 hours weekly with bi-weekly skills and 25-40 games per season as a member of the SNEHC. In addition, we partner with Nichols College Boys and Girls programs to help enhance player development. Our programs are designed to prepare children for advance play including The Burrillville Middle School (Junior Development League) and The Burrillville High School (Inter-Scholastic League). With a proven track record, BJHL Alumni have gone on to play at higher learning institutions that include Tufts University, Brown University, Providence College, University of Southern Maine, St. Anselm College, UMass Boston, University of Maine, Norwich University, University of Rhode Island, Assumption College, Bowdoin College, University of Connecticut, Roger Williams University, and the ECHL.
The Burrillville Junior Hockey League strives, through physical & skills training, discipline and team work, to develop young athletes with self-discipline, self-confidence, healthy life styles, and stronger relationships with peers and adults.
As of July 1, 2015 the 2015-16 registration is open.
Please use the following link https://burrillvillwjhl.sportngin.com/register/form/372394050
Instructions and payment options can be found in the news section and also under the registration tab.
BJHL looks forward to another great season!