GSAHA Online Registration is Open!
Click the following link to find all USA Hockey coaching clinics being offered at this time.
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016
All teams are guaranteed 2 games. Mite Madness is a double elimination tournament.
For questions, please contact Shelly Strahan at email@example.com.
Registration link coming soon.
The Golden Spike Amateur Hockey Association Board of Directors is excited to announce that plans for the upcoming season (2016 – 2017) are underway and that a full selection of teams will be available! Our projected numbers are looking to support multiple house, select and travel teams. House programs for the Mini-Mites, Mites, Squirts, Peewees and Bantams are set and ready to go. We are also pleased to announce the formation of U16 and U18 teams, level of play to be determined by numbers and skill sets. Select teams will be offered for the Mites, Squirts, Peewees and Bantams and the coaching staff is close to being finalized. And for a third year in a row, we are excited to announce the continuation of the Travel teams, also called Elite teams. Teams in this level of play will be the Squirts, Peewees and Bantams. We are thrilled to be able to offer this many options to our Golden Spike players!
We recognize that participating in the sport of ice hockey is a significant commitment in terms of time and cost. Your Board of Directors is deeply grateful for all that our parents and families do to allow their children to be a part of this great organization. It is our top priority to guarantee a positive experience for everyone in GSAHA.
Golden Spike Armature Hockey Association strives to provide an environment where all players have the opportunity to develop a long-term passion and appreciation for ice hockey through individual skill development, teamwork, competitive play and camaraderie.
While games are great fun, practice and core-hockey skill development are the keys to a hockey player's improvement and advancement in the game. Priority will be placed on improving our players' skills through multiple touches, effort and proper technique. We hope to accomplish this by emphasizing good coaching at every level, running efficient and fast-moving practices, and focusing on individual-skill development. Again, we want what is best for your player during the season, and this usually happens when they are appropriately challenged but also given frequent opportunities for on-ice success.
If you have any concerns or are interested in volunteering, either as a coach, manager or director, please contact Jason Empey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GSAHA is a non-profit organization operating youth hockey programs for the benefit of people in the northern Utah area. These policies and procedures were initiated and established to provide written guidance for the Association.