Ringette “the fastest game on ice is a team sport played on an ice surface primarily by girls or women.  Ringette is played on ice and uses the speed of hockey and the strategies of basketball.  The participant uses a straight stick to control a rubber ring; with the objective of the game being to score goals by shooting the ring into the opponent’s net. 

Ringette was invented by Sam Jacks and was first played in Ontario in 1963.   Calgary has seen recent growth & expansion over the past several years.

In 1988, NW Ringette was officially created by the  amalgamation of the NW communities of Bowness, Triwood, West Hillhurst, Thorncliffe, Thornhill and Hungtington Hills.  New for the 2018 – 2019 season , the area has grown again to include communities in NE Calgary.

In its first year of inception NW Ringette carried 7 teams from Petite to Junior. Today, NW Ringette  registers over 430 athletes – over 30 teams.

NW Ringette is an affiliate club to the Huntington Hills Community and area.  Anyone living in Huntington Hills, Beddington, MacEwan, Sandstone, Hidden Valley, Kincora and the Panorama Areas that wish to play ringette are required to register through the Huntington Hills Community Centre.

To learn more about Ringette at Huntington Hills Community, visit NW Ringette website.