Designated USA Hockey Affiliate Association
for North and South Carolina
“Ensuring every day will be a great day for hockey!”
Carolina Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA) is the USA Hockey governing body for ice hockey in the states of North Carolina and South Carolina. Formed in 2000, CAHA's mission is to encourage, foster and promote the development and growth of the sport of amateur hockey in North Carolina and South Carolina.
The purpose of the CAHA Grant Program is to assist affiliate member associations to increase participation in the sport of hockey and promote player development in the Carolinas. All member associations in CAHA are eligible to apply. Member associations will be asked to come up with ideas to grow the sport at the local level and can seek financial assistance from CAHA to help support their efforts. We are looking for the Associations to furnish the ideas, leadership and hard work to successfully manage their program and to help grow the sport of hockey within our Affiliate.
TIMELINE FOR GRANT PROGRAM
October 30, 2017 - Grant Applications Due
November 13, 2017 - Grants reviewed by CAHA Board of Directors
Please see attachment for application and Guidelines.
Play Up Policy
Play Up Policy Rule, Request Form and Information
Tampering, Tryout, and Release Matrix
Guide to common scenarios faced by players, parents and coaches
The CAHA Board of Directors recently adopted a proposal for amendments to the Play Up Policy which are effective for the 2017-2018 season.
Beginning in the 2017-2018 season: Players aged 13 and under shall not be allowed to move up an age classification except as provided in 19.6
Please visit the Play Up Policy webpage for full information on recent changes, articles and educational material on long term athlete development.
October 30, 2017 - Grant Application Due
November 4, 2017: Try Hockey Free
November 13, 2017 - Grants Reviewed by CAHA Board of Directors
November 15, 2017: ALL (girls, women, ) declaration CAHA
March 2 - 4 ,2018: Tier II Tournament
March 3, 2018: Try Hockey Free
March 16 - 17, 2018: CAHA Jamboree (proposed)
April 5 - 9, 2018: NATIONALS
April 20 - 22, 2018: Player development
July 21 - 22, 2018: Annual CAHA Meeting
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Club Excellence is a new online portal system designed to give USA Hockey associations a unique home to drive organizational success. The portal walks youth hockey leadership through the day-to-day needs of running a successful youth hockey association.
To access, the local association President or Vice President would need to submit through the link below. Once confirmed, they can invite the rest of the board to join them in the portal. Each leader has a job description, monthly tasks and a resource center with quick reference templates / best practice guides that relates to their association role.
If you have any questions about Club Excellence, please contact Brittany Bobak at (719) 538-1102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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