The 2018-2019 AHA Winter Season games are tentatively scheduled to begin the weekend of October 27, 2018. The 2018-19 Winter Playoffs are tentatively scheduled for April 12-14, 2019. The schedule is released approximately two weeks before the start of the season. The complete Winter schedule is released before the start of the season.
For teams that do individual registration: must have 17 registered players, including one goaltender, and a maximum of 20 players (including goalie.) A team may buy out remaining spots if they wish to roster fewer than 17 players. For teams that do team pay: must have a minimum of 14 registered players, including one goaltender, and a maximum of 20 players (including goalie.)
For more information please visit the AHA Winter League home page: https://www.ahahockey.com/p/winter-league
All new players to AHA league play, excluding Beginner School, are required to attend an Evaluation. At our Evaluation you will be run through a few on-ice drills and then have a scrimmage in the time remaining. During this time our team of evaluators will determine what level of play you are best suited for. If you are new to AHA we will help place you on a team in the appropriate skill level.
If you are brand new to the sport of hockey with no organized experience previously, we recommend you consider our Beginner School.
To be assigned a spot in an Evaluation you must register online below. We do not accept walk-up registrations unless previously arranged by the Registration Coordinator.
When you attend an Evaluation we request that you bring full equipment for your own protection. Please arrive 30 minutes before the Evaluation to check in and get dressed. You will need to participate in the session for the full 90 minutes. More details will be emailed to you shortly before your scheduled evaluation session.
Tuesday, Aug 28 - 1845 - Breck Arena
Thursday, Aug 30 - 2015 - SLP W
The Adult Hockey Association Hockey Winter League is the AHA's Premier League with over 140 teams in 9 skill levels.
• November through March
• Playoffs for qualifying teams
• 20 Regular Season games
• 90-minute games; 17-minute stop-time periods
• Two USA Hockey referees
• Scorekeeper at each game, boxscores, online stats
• Parity enforced at all levels