Thanks for the tips everybody! Am contacting NAFHA (Northern Alberta Female Hockey Association) and ASHL (Adult Safe Hockey League). Anyone heard about these leagues?
I played ASHL here in Winnipeg. I guess it was ok - there were never any organizational problems (messing around with rinks or schedules) and everything was done in one multi-sheet arena. That said, the ice times SUCKED.
You can't blame the league for the actions of its players, but I found it ironic that in the non-contact Adult "Safe" Hockey League, I was leveled into the boards from behind and subsequently got into the only hockey fight of my career (at the age of 33, and I've played since I was 5).
Unless the league administrators are manifestly incompetent, it's all about the people you get to play with. If they're cool, you'll have a great time.
What ASHL division did you play in? I would be in the lowest one obviously, is roughing a problem only in the higher divisions? Btw, this ASHL Edmonton branch just started this year... no previous history to go on.
And even though this thread is 4 years old, I may as well answer the original question. http://www.erhl.ca has a dedicated co-ed league. http://www.bophockey.com is a small league -- just 8 teams -- but is also co-ed.