The NZIHF is hosting Hockey Canada Goaltending Coach Perry Wilson. Clinics are designed for goaltenders and goaltending coaches and will take place throughout April.
The New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation invites applications for New Zealand team coaching and management positions in the at the following levels:
National U20 Mens Team, National U16 Mens Team, National Under 18 Womens Team, National U18 Mens Team. Find out more >>
The NZ U18 team did themselves and their rowdy supporters proud by making a real game of the Gold Medal match up against a strong Turkey team. In the finish, the Kiwi boys came up short with Turkey snatching the Gold Medal with a 5-4 victory.
A close game throughout, New Zealand had some good chances in the final minutes of the game, which made for an exciting finale. Congratulations to our boys and thanks to all the supporters who made noise at Botany!
The Auckland Ice Hockey Association is seeking Representative Team Coaches and Managers. If this sound slike you, please download the nomination form and send it the AIHA President no later than March 31, 2015.
The latest AIHA newsletter has just been publsihed. Click here to download a copy.
Our friends at Centre Ice are having their annual sale on Saturday 21st March 2015 at 126 Lansford Crescent, with plenty of activities to support Ice Hockey, including visiting Ice Blacks, U10's fund raising BBQ and shoot the puck competition. You can visit the store next to the Avondale Rink or shop on-line at www.centreice.co.nz. More information on the sale event can be found here.
The Auckland Womens representative team completed the NZWIHL 2014-15 season with resounding success, after they completed the season with 10 wins and 2 losses, and convincingly won the competition cup. Click here for more information.
The AIHA Peewee competition in 2015 will take on a new format, with a competition desiogned to increase puck time, intensity and enjoyment. Check out the Peewee page here for more information.
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.
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 email@example.com