In the early 90s Greg, Jay and Hetson all used to play hockey, but in different leagues, because Jay and Hetson lived in LA and Greg lived in NY. Hetson still lives in LA and still plays (he's a huge Kings fan). Greg and Jay also play, whenever they can.
In 1998 they started the Bad Religion Hockey Club (BRHC) and played their first Charity Game in Edmonton, Canada, with 600 fans in the audience. They also started selling the BR Hockey Club jerseys on tour. Greg explained that over the years they have met numerous other bands who also love to play hockey. "We always dreamed of starting a musicians hockey league that could be open to fans, musicians, and the media people. There is a league in Canada to which some of our friends belong. SNFU, and the Odds, are a part of the Musicians Hockey League, or MHL". Die Toten Hosen and The Leningrad Cowboys also play hockey (and are friends with BR) so another game may take place in the near future. If you have a local club that would like to play, get in touch with BR through Michelle.
In a Buffalo Sabres hockey game they played Punk Rock Song during one of the time outs.