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About AAHA

About The Arizona Amateur Hockey Association

The Arizona Amateur Hockey Association (AAHA) is a non-profit organization, whose purpose is to:

  • Develop and encourage sportsmanship between all players for the betterment of their physical and social well-being.
  • Encourage and improve the standard of ice hockey in the State of Arizona.
  • Associate with the USA Hockey and other hockey associations.
  • Conduct ice hockey tournaments and to select representative teams for other tournaments
  • Conduct player development and selection camps for the purpose of selecting players for the Regional player development camp.
  • Do any and all acts desirable in the furtherance of the foregoing purposes.

Message From the AAHA President

 

Dear Hockey Player, Parent, Coach, Manager, Referee and Fan,

Welcome to the new AAHA (Arizona Amateur Hockey Association) Website. We have moved our website to a new host and updated the content and information available. We would like to become your source for hockey information in the state.

AAHA is the official affiliate of USA hockey and governs amateur hockey in the state. Each association that has at least 75 members has representation on the AAHA board. The AAHA board meetings are held each month and we encourage you to get involved in this organization.
 
Included on this new updated site are the AAHA Bylaws, the AAHA Polices and the AAHA USA Hockey Affiliate agreement that all the Hockey Associations in the state must follow.
 
We have also added a new hockey calendar that can be used by everyone in the state. If your team or association has an event coming up or if you know of any hockey related activity, tryout or camp, just e-mail it to azamateurhockey@yahoo.com and we will add it to the calendar. By publishing this information, we are not endorsing these programs but instead are merely serving as an information source to publicize all the hockey activities in the state and allow everyone to make their own decisions on what programs that they want to participate in.
 
We have also added links to all the hockey associations, rinks and professional hockey programs in the state. If your link is not present, just e-mail it to us and we will add it.
 
Again, if you have any input, suggestions, questions or would just like to get more involved in Arizona hockey, please feel free to e-mail me at azamateurhockey@yahoo.com or call me at 602-999-9194.
 
Thanks again and welcome to the AAHA,
 
Jon Brooks
President
Arizona Amateur Hockey Association