Adult Hockey Association has programs designed for everyone from the beginning hockey player to intermediate level players.
Beginner School gives adults who have never played organized hockey a chance to learn to play hockey.
November - April and April - August.
Winter League has several levels of no-check hockey so that players of all abilities can find a level that fits their skill. The lowest level (D2) is generally for players with very little hockey experience who have recently graduated from the Beginner School to get their first taste of league play. Our highest level (Elite) is for more experienced players, most of whom played hockey growing up and may have experience as high as Juniors or College. In between, with seven levels of play, there is a level for all players to play at in a safe and competitive environment!
October - April
Summer League is designed to be a little bit more relaxed than our Winter Program. There are fewer skill levels of play and fewer games. During the Summer we encourage forming teams with a mix of players from other AHA Winter teams or with players new to the league. This mix promotes improved sportsmanship and allows players to test and sometimes improve their skills. A light-weight jersey is provided so that everyone on the team has the same jersey.
June - August
Intermediate Shooting/Offensive Zone Clinic is offered in the fall and offers players an opportunity to improve their skills and get ready for the Winter Program.
Advanced Skills Clinic offers players hoping to both learn some new skills and dust off the cobwebs for the Winter Season. The four-week clinic will go through everything from skating to scoring at an advanced pace. This clinic is geared for those players with at least a few years of hockey experience.
Goaltender Clinic offers goaltenders a great opportunity to improve their skills and tune up their all-around game. Each of the participants will have direct access to experienced goaltender coaches who will help them hone their mental approach to the game while expanding their current range of skills.
Intermediate Instructional Summer Program runs throughout the summer and is designed for the intermediate-skilled player to enhance their skills by working on various elements of the game.
June - August
To ensure parity at all levels and that players play at the correct level according to their ability, all new players for league play are required to attend an evaluation session.
Visit www.AHAWomen.com for information on Women's Programs.
USA Hockey Affiliation
As a member association of USA Hockey we use a modified USA Hockey Rulebook. This means we play by USA Hockey Rules plus additional rules governing safe non-check hockey. You can download a copy of the USA Hockey Official Rules of Ice Hockey and theAHA Rules Addendum. Full equipment is required. Checking and excessive force are prohibited and penalized. Fighting is NOT tolerated.