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 Hockey season is almost here! 

         Registration for the 2015-16 GFAHA hockey season is coming soon!

Here's what you need to know:

WHEN:  Registration will take place over TWO nights. August 25th OR August 27th. You need attend only ONE NIGHT to register your player. 

WHERE:  Crystal Inn atop Gore Hill next to the IcePlex, breakfast room.

WHO:  ALL GFAHA players NOT participating in the "Learn-to-play" program.  LTP registration will be at another date. More to come.

HOW:  Payment may be made by cash, check and new this year, credit cards, utilizing SPARK PAY!                          (a nominal processing fee may apply)  Partial payments may be arranged as well.  

OTHER: 

 Players must register with USA Hockey and pay a fee for insurance coverage prior to the first day on-ice. If a players registers before registration night, they can print their bar code out and bring it to GFAHA registration.

More information regarding practices and game schedules will be coming soon! 

 

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Attention Parents and Players! : We need your help!!

HOCKEY HOCKEY HOCKEY! !!

 

We need kids! Girls and boys of any age! We also need coaches so if you know of anyone that may be interested, please contact a board representative. smile emoticon
:UPDATE:: FEES start around $300 + required fundraising for the youngest age 5. It goes up from there. The learn to play program is $75 per session and takes age 4 and up. Please join our Facebook page as well!!

 

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ATTN: PLAYERS-COACHES-PARENTS: HECC HELMET RULE CHANGE!

    Some new changes have been made by USA Hockey regaarding helmets and helmet certification. ALL helmets used on the ice during USAH sanctioned events must be in good working order and  HECC certified. Each certified helmet must also have a current certification sticker affixed in plain view to the back of the helmet. Each sticker will have and expiration date on them. Helmets with expired stickers will not be allowed on the ice. This includes all USA Hockey members--player helmets, referee helmets, and goalie helmets as well. Please check your equipment prior to the season starting to make sure you are in compliance with the new change. Below is an excerpt from the new rules and regulations book and photos of the HECC stickers that should be located on each helmet.

 

  "... (c) It is mandatory that all players (except Adults) wear a HECC approved helmet (including ear protection) with chin strap properly fastened.

       *(Note) HECC certification includes an expiration date on the sticker and a helmet that has an expiration date that hasexpired is no longer considered certified. The player may notwear a helmet that does not have a valid and current certification sticker. Players in the Adult classification must wear a hockey helmet (including non-HECC approved) with chin strapproperly fastened. "

 

NOTICE TO PLAYERS AND PARENTS:

January 22, 2014

A quick reminder to all ice users and lockeroom guests, that it is YOUR responsibility to maintain the cleanliness, order and general appearance of your lockerooms! There have been several instances and complaints about these rooms being left in a desheveled condition with trash and other items left on the floors and in the showers. Please be cognizant of ALL users of these facilities and our guests, and keep them clean!! Let's take pride in our IcePlex! Parents and coaches can help by maintaining a presence in the lockerooms and reminding players to pick up after use. Thanks everyone for your help in this! 

 Here are some of the results from some  of our end-of-season    tournaments and games. Congratulations to all!

 

 

The squirt division won the Don James Memorial tournament this past weekend.