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 CAHA Board of Directors is currently in the nomination process for two (2) Director openings in North Carolina and one (1) Director opening in South Carolina.
Any Registered Participant Member of CAHA may nominate himself / herself or any other person who resides within the geographic district of the open Director position(s). Nominations shall be in writing and must include: (a) the registered participant member's name and address, (b) the nominee's name, address, and acceptance statement, and (c) a brief resume of the nominee's qualifications and hockey-related experience.
Nominations close May 6, 2015
2015 OPEN DIRECTOR POSITIONS
Term of Office: 2015-2018
North Carolina 3 - Fayetteville, NC, Greenville, NC, Wilmington, NC
North Carolina 4 - Hillsborough, NC, Raleigh, NC
South Carolina 6 - Columbia, SC, Greenville, SC
Please carefully read the election rules. Failure to properly follow the rules may void any or all nominations received during this process. All nominations received within the specified time frame and in accordance with the nomination rules will be placed upon a ballot and forwarded to CAHA Member Associations for voting.
The 2015 Boys Prospect Tryouts were held April 10-12, 2015 at the Extreme Ice Center located in Indian Trail, North Carolina.
Tryouts were open to all male U.S. citizens born in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001, who are legal residents of North Carolina or South Carolina.
The 1998, 1999 and 2000 players selected during the affiliate tryouts will advance to the Southeastern District Festival. The Southeastern District Festival selects players to attend the USA Hockey National Camps and Festivals held during the summer. Twenty (20) 2001 birth year players, 2 Goalies, 12 Forwards and 6 Defensemen, selected from the Affiliate tryout to advance to the Southeastern District 14 Camp held annually during the summer.
CAHA Girls Clinic with Olympian Julie Chu
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CAHA Championship Tournaments
General Information, Rules and Applications
Play Up Policy
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The CAHA Championship Tournaments are the qualifying tournaments to advance teams to the Southeastern District Tier I Tournament, Southeastern District Tier II Pee Wee Tournament and the USA Hockey National Championships. Click the link below for the game schedule.
Congratulations to CAHA Champions advancing to the Southeastern District Championship:
Tier II Pee Wee
Pineville Falcons (CAHA #1) - Champions
Charleston Jr. Stingrays (CAHA #2) - Runner Up
Tier I Bantam
Carolina Jr. Hurricanes
Tier I Midget U16
Carolina Jr. Hurricanes
Congratulations to our North Carolina Tier II champions advancing to the USA Hockey National Championship:
NC Tier II Bantam
NC Tier II Midget U16
NC Tier II Midget U18
Charlotte Jr. Checkers
Each year, USA Hockey publishes its Annual Guide, which details the organization's administrative structure, programs and philosophy, bylaws, rules and regulations and much more.
The Official Playing Rules provides consistency for all participants, to ensure a safe and positive playing environment while continuing to focus on skill development and enjoyment of the sport.
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