AIHA is looking for a new Funding Manager. This important volunteer role will help the club secure funding for club activities. It starts with strategy formulation, making applications to various funding organisations and providing funders with the necessary follow-up documentation. Full training will be provided. Please click here for more information.
At the 2014 AGM, Coach Csaba Kercso-Magos proposed a number of new initiatives for the Novice, Peewee, Midget and Junior levels of the game, which AIHA is adopting.
Please click here for more information and a copy of Csaba’s presentation.
Yes it's still summer, but Learn to Play Hockey starts this week. There are weekly sessions at Avondale every Wednesday at 5.30pm and every Thursday at Botany at 5.30pm. If you need to hire new gear from the AIHA gear library please try and arrive 15 minutes early. For futher inquiries please contact Csaba.
AIHA has arranged another holiday program for January 2015.
The holiday program will be held in the third and fourth weeks of January at both Paradice Avondale and Paradice Botany rinks. Click here for more information.
The 2015 NZ Men's National team, better known as the 'Ice Blacks', has been announced by Coach Janos Kaszala. The team includes a number of Auckland players. Congratulations to Michael Attwell, Jeremy Chai, Jordan Challis, Andrew Hay, Nick Henderson and Rick Parry, plus former Auckland players Andrew Cox, Josh Hay, Aaron Henderson, Jamie Lawrence and Remy Sandoy. The team announcement can be found here.
The Annual General Meeting of the Auckland Ice Hockey Association will take place at Lynfield Recreation & Youth Centre, 16-18 Griffen Park Road, Mt Roskill at 7.30pm on Wednesday 26thof November 2014. Copies of the Agenda, Annual Report and Board nomination forms are available here.
Fancy some training at Glenfield on Saturday? AIHA and Coach Csaba invite families and friends to a “Fund Sport Saturday” at Active Zone Glenfield, starting Saturday 15th November at 8am. More information here.
Dunedin will be hosting the IIHF U20 Mens World championship in January 2015. They are currently recruiting volunteers from other ice hockey regions assist with the running of the world champs.
Learn to Play information in Mandarin 学习打冰球 and Korean 아이스하키에등록하는방법
The Auckland Ice Hockey Association is pleased to offer Learn to Play Ice Hockey sessions for Chinese students and families (please click here), and for Korean students and families (please click here).
Learn to Play is a great initiative from the International Ice Hockey Federation. It is designed to provide children who would like to play ice hockey with a comprehensive introduction to the skills required and the basics of playing this exciting game. Click here for details on the 2014 LTP Program.
If you are thinking about playing Ice Hockey in Auckland then please look through the website for more information. Please send any inquiries to Coach Csaba email firstname.lastname@example.org