Welcome to the 2014-2015
Anchorage Hockey Association registration for the 2014-2015 season is now open!
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to register online now!
2014 Comet Tune-Ups and Evaluations
Tune-ups ~ September 6th and 7th
Evaluations ~ September 11th - 14th
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Players must be registered with AHA’s Recreational Program for 2014-15 prior to participating in the Comet tune-ups and evaluations. Players who wish to be considered for placement on the Comets roster should plan to attend all evaluation ice times IF AT ALL POSSIBLE. Evaluation ice fee is due at the rink before the player goes on the ice. An additional fee of $600 is due by November 1st for players selected for the Comets. Players not selected for a Tier III Comet team will be placed on a Tier IV team.
* AHA may add or subtract Comet teams based on skill level present at evaluations
Little Dipper 8U Mite Red Evaluations
Anchorage Hockey Association is proud to announce Chris Heisten as the Head Coach of AHA’s Little Dippers 8U Mite Red Program. Chris has been coaching with AHA North Stars program every year since his retirement from Professional hockey in 2005. Heisten brings a wealth of knowledge and passion for teaching the fundamentals of hockey to young hockey players. Chris will be joined by his brother, AHA coaching director Barrett Heisten and Mite director Matt Shasby to help develop our young athletes. Our Red program will follow USA Hockey ADM model guidelines, where our coaches will use age-appropriate training methods to help develop our young athletes skill sets. At this age, skill development is our top priority.
Evaluations for the Red program (2006 & 2007 birth years) will take place September 8th & 10th from 6:00 to 7:00pm at BB2. You will first need to register your child with our Little Dippers “White” division to participate in our Red evaluations; evaluations will be free of charge for all 2006 & 2007 birth year players that have registered with AHA. If your child is selected to play for our Red program, additional fees apply. Our Red program will practice on Monday and Wednesday evenings and will play half-ice games versus other associations (Allstars, Eagle River, Moose, Valley) on the weekends.
Any questions about our Little Dippers Mite program, please contact Barrett Heisten: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Anchorage Hockey Association Office Hours will
resume on September 13, 2014
Tuesday 11 AM to 1 PM
Thursday 6 PM to 8 PM
Saturday 10 AM to Noon
Please contact us by email or leave a message at 272-7825
Pay your 2014-2015 Comet Fees here!
AHA Recreational Program Director
AHA Vice-President for North Stars
HELPING EVERY KID PLAY
THE GREATEST GAME ON THE ICE!
It's about kids.
It's about teaching:
Character, Teamwork, Skills and FUN!
The Legacy of Anchorage Hockey Association and the Anchorage North Stars
Articles of Incorporation and by-laws for AHA were filed on June 6, 1961 making the Anchorage Hockey Association (AHA) officially 53 years old. The principal founder of AHA was Dempsey Anderson who coached for AHA for several years and provided skating instruction and moral guidance to several generations of Anchorage hockey players. The Dempsey Anderson Arena was named in memory of Coach Anderson. AHA is a charter member (since 1972) of the Alaska State Hockey Association (ASHA). Anchorage Hockey Association is sanctioned as an affiliate of USA Hockey, the national governing body for amateur hockey in the United States.
As the largest and most comprehensive youth hockey organization in Alaska, AHA is proud of its legacy of being the leader in offering all levels of hockey to the boys and girls of Anchorage. Many past AHA players have advanced to higher levels of the sport in the junior, collegiate and professional ranks. Many more have applied the lessons learned through participating in hockey in their everyday activities and have continued as volunteers in AHA. Whether you aspire to win the Stanley Cup or the AHA End-of-Season Championship, hockey will always be a part of your life you’ll never forget. The skills learned here will help prepare you for life – setting goals, developing leadership skills, promoting teamwork and fair play, respect for others, and giving back to our community. Many of our former players have come back to AHA as coaches and volunteers. We have multiple generations of proud AHA families and players. You, too, can be a part of AHA's legacy.
To play the game is great; to love the game is greater.