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  • There will be a fundraiser for the GFAHA organization SOON! Scroll down for more info!
2014-2015 Hockey Season begins!
29 Days
Over 50 Years of Quality Youth Hockey


Age Divisions by birth year for the 2014-2015 season.

High School - Birth Year Group 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999  **Player MUST be in High School AND have an appropriate birth year.

Bantam - Birth Year Group 2000, 2001

PeeWee - Birth Year Group 2002, 2003

Squirt - Birth Year Group 2004, 2005

Mite - Birth Year Group 2006, 2007, 2008 *If younger must have participated in Learn to Play, Learn to Skate and/or be approved by the Board to skate up.

ALERT!!! Youth hockey registration for the 2014-2015 season is here!!


Registration dates will be as follows:  (You need attend only one night to register*)


Squirts and higher divisionsAugust 26th and August 28th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at                                                             the Crystal Inn (atop Gore Hill)

 MitesSeptember 16th and 18th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at the Crystal Inn.


*Please go to prior to registration night and complete the USA Hockey registration online, print off your member number/ registration number and bring it to the Crystal Inn.  There is a $40 fee for this and it IS mandatory to be able to play. 

2014-15 Registration Fees: 

Learn to Play - $75

         Mites/U8 - $300 


             Squirts/U10 - $500 


                   Pee Wees/U12 - $600 


                        Bantam/U14/U16 - $750


                       High School/U18 - $925 


          Fundraising Goals:


             Mite & Squirt - $300

                        Pee Wee & Bantam - $350

          High School - $400


"Pints for Pucks" Fundraiser night!


   Please come join us on Monday, September 29th for the Pints for Pucks fundraiser for the GFAHA at Mighty Mo.Brew Company from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm. The Mighty Mo will give $1.00 of every pint purchased back to GFAHA which will be directly applied to team expenses, which help offset costs to parents and players! There will also be 100 "Silly Pint" cups, adorned with the GFAHA logo for purchase as well. All proceeds will also go to the GFAHA. Get yours,  and get it filled up at "the 'Mo" and enjoy it with some of their great pizza! Save the date and tell your friends! Support youth hockey at the Mighty Mo! 



Upcoming Referee Clinic!

September 4, 2014

  There will be an upcoming referee clinic on October 11th at the Great Falls IcePlex. 

 Anyone interested should contact Mike Houseman @ (406) 899-7783 for times and more information.


    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. "



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! 


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