AAAHA has operated youth hockey programs since its founding in 1951 and is committed to providing instructional and competitive hockey opportunities, for all players without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, or national origin. AAAHA seeks to develop character, sportsmanship, and physical fitness among the youth in the local community by providing an environment that fosters a positive learning experience, teamwork, and friendship. AAAHA affiliates with USA Hockey, MAHA and other ice hockey associations to promote, encourage and improve the standard of hockey.
Program fees are listed on the registration page.
If you are looking for a House team, click on the House option at the top of the page. The House teams are listed on the left of the page.
If you are looking for an Instructional program, click on the Instructional page.
If you are looking for a schedule, click the team/program you want and the calendar will appear at the bottom of that page.
All equipment is required to play hockey! Hockey helmet, mouth guard, shin pads, hockey pants, neck guard, elbow pads, shoulder/chest pads, gloves, skates.
AAAHA will be offering the following teams for Spring 2017. Registration is open, schedules are on the website. Please check this page of the website for registration link. Spring is a fun, shortened season beginning the week of April 10th.
Mites (ages 6-8)
10U Squirt (ages 9 & 10, birth years 2007-2008)
12U Pee Wee (ages 11 & 12, birth years 2005-2006)
14U Bantam (ages 13 & 14, birth years 2003-2004)
18U Midget BB ( ages 15, 16, 17 & 18, birth years 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999)-Program Full
Mini Mites- ages 4-6
Girls Programs-(Spring only) All ages welcome for Fall
Girl's Clinics - 12U
Girls 14U Tier 2
01 Wolves (Spring Only Team)
The AAAHA Board of Directors would like to congratulate the following candidates that were elected to the Board during Saturday's election.
Drew Denzin 3 year term
Sue McDowell 3 year term
Rich Tuzinsky 3 year term
Stefan Chmielewski 3 year term
Joel Yates 1 year term
ELECTIONS The AAAHA Board of Directors is a twelve (12) member classified board with staggered terms of office. Elections shall be held each year during or prior to the General Membership Meeting to fill all open board positions and the unexpired terms of any vacant board position(s). Each elected director shall hold office for a term of three years. The terms of the Directors shall be staggered, in so far as practical, so that only one-third (1/3) of the terms of office shall expire in any one year. Persons seeking election to the Board of Directors should show a continued, vital and active interest in the affairs of amateur hockey within the Association’s jurisdiction and have demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary and desirable to the operation of the organization in compliance with MAHA and USA Hockey guidelines. Any individual with a felony conviction or a misdemeanor conviction for financial fraud or misappropriation is disqualified from serving on the AAAHA Board of Directors. All candidates must also submit the MAHA background check.
The following candidates have submitted their applications on or before the the published March 1, 2017 deadline to be elected to the Board of Directors. Voting will begin Saturday 3/11/17 12:01am, end Sunday 3/12/17, 12:01am, with the results announced at the March 12th annual board meeting. Voting will be online, email information will be sent. The candidates are listed in the order the applications were received.
Our Learn To Play Hockey program is for our newest skaters, age 8-14.
Carrie Keil and her staff will run all on ice sessions for LTP as well as a handful of sessions for all house and instructional programs.
"Carrie coached many local AAAHA house and travel teams, and accepted the position of Skating Coach for the University of Michigan Men’s Hockey Team under current head coach, Red Berenson. As time went on, Carrie found herself working with a number of competitive youth teams in the southeastern Michigan area, and began training players on a private basis as well. Carrie is now currently the Power Skating Coach for the USA NTDP U-17 and U-18 teams housed in the newly renovated USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan, and has been a part of their remarkable program for the last 16 years".
Executive Director- House Director, MAHA Representative
Interim President- Steve Armstrong
Interim Vice President- Rhonda Ford
Secretary and Squirt House Coordinator- Steve Armstrong
Treasurer- Stefan Chmielewski
Instructional Program Director- Open Position
Interim Girl's Program Director- Sue McDowell
Ice Scheduler/Member At Large-
IP, House and Travel Paperwork and Team Manager Coordinator- Shawn Schaefer
Jersey/Apparel Coordinator- Rhonda Ford
A.C.E Coaching Director- David Ford
Non Board Positions-
AAAHA Travel Director- Rich Tuzinsky
Please visit the Board page for contact information.
We would like to welcome Shawn Schaefer to the AAAHA Board of Directors. Shawn will be assisting the Instructional, House and Travel programs with paperwork questions, collection, etc.
If you have any questions about your child's paperwork, please contact Shawn.
Also, Shawn will be training and assisting Team Manager's. If you are interested in volunteering to be a manager for your child's team, or, you are a current team manager with questions, please contact Shawn Schaefer!
IP, House & Travel Paperwork Coordinator/Team Manager Coordinator
AAAHA is pleased to announce the continued relationship with Keil Power Skating for the upcoming 2016/2017 season!
Carrie Keil and Keil Power Skating bring 34 years of power skating experience to all AAAHA House, Travel, Instructional, and Girls Programs.
You may be familiar with Carrie as the Power Skating Coach for the USA Hockey NTDP, and the popular "Skating Treadmill".
We are pleased that Carrie offers her team of professionals to help out the members of AAAHA at all skating levels.
Proceed to the Instructional tab near the top of this page to find the skill and age-appropriate choice for your child's introduction to ice hockey.
All of our instructional programs welcome both girls and boys. Two sessions of Timbits and Learn-To-Play Hockey are offered, one beginning in October, the other in January. The Mini-Mite program begins in October and ends in mid March.