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Annual Centre Ice Sale – March 17th

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Need some new gear before the season kicks off? Good news, the Annual Centre Ice One Day Sale returns!

Sale 10% – 50% off!

In store March 17th 10am – 3pm

Online March 17th – 18th All Weekend Long

Available online March 17th:
https://centreice.co.nz/product-category/clearance/

Awesome deals on everything Ice and Inline and spend over $50 and receive a free Centre Ice T-Shirt* 80 up for grabs while stocks last !

Crazy deals on last season’s gear including sticks, skates, Apparel and protective!

Register Now: Leslie Brothers Hockey Training Camp

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Auckland Ice Hockey Association, in conjunction with Centre Ice are proud to be hosting the 2018 Leslie Brothers Training Camp at Paradice Avondale in April.

The training camp will take place between Friday 20th and Sunday 22nd April 2018, run by Canadian coaches and former pro players Boe & Nate Leslie. The weekend camp is open for players, along with a limited number of positions for goalies. All registrations will be on a first come first served basis.

The training camp will consist of a number of on ice drills, skills and skating sessions designed to improve player performance and ability.

Limited spaces are available, so be sure to register and secure your place by making payment in full. Registrations close April 1st. See below for how to register.

Find out more information about the Leslie Brothers on their website – www.lgsports.ca

Timetable:

Group 1 – Learn to Play, U12 & U15
Group 2 – U18, U20 & Women’s
Group 3 – Senior Non-Check

Friday 20th – Afternoon:
Group 1 – 4:45pm – 6:00pm
Group 1 – 6:15pm Off Ice

Saturday 21st – Morning:
Group 1 – 7:00am – 8:15am
Group 2 – 8:30am – 9:45am
Group 1 – 10:00am – 11:15am
Group 2 – 11:30am – 12:45pm

Saturday 21st – Afternoon:
Group 1 – 4:45pm – 5:30pm
Group 2 & Group 3 – 5:45pm – 7:00pm

Sunday 22nd – Morning:
Group 1 – 7:00am – 8:15am
Group 2 & Group 3 – 8:30am – 9:45am

How To Register:

All registrations and fees for the Leslie Brothers training camp will be managed through ClubHub.

  1. Login to your ClubHub account by clicking here

  2. Navigate to Tasks > Purchases & Bookings

  3. Click on “Courses” (at the top in yellow) to expand the selection choice

  4. Choose the course you wish to purchase by clicking on “Yes Please”

  5. Scroll down the page and click on “Continue”

  6. Make payment to secure your place

Players who have registered and made their payment in full will receive an email with more information.

AIHA To Take Part in Global Girls’ Game

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The IIHF Global Girls’ Game is a celebration connecting countries from all over the world in a single effort to grow Female Ice Hockey. Over two and a half days, 40 countries will host 1-hour hockey games in succession beginning in New Zealand before making its way across six continents until reaching its final destination in Canada.

How Does It Work?
There will be two teams of girls from Auckland, one in black jerseys and the other wearing white. A one hour ice hockey game will be played before the puck is passed on to another nation to continue the game. After 24 hours of play around the world, the scores for the black teams and white teams will be calculated to find the overall winning colour.

New Zealand has the honour of starting off the Global Girls’ Game on Saturday March 10th at 07:45am at Paradice Avondale in what will be an exciting weekend for everyone involved!

Learn to Play Term 1 Information

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The 2018 AIHA Learn to Play season kicks off soon at Avondale and Botany.

We’ve made some changes to the registration process, so please read about this below.

 

Term 1 Start Dates:

Avondale – Wednesday 14th February – On Ice at 5:30pm
Botany – Thursday 15th February – On Ice at 5:30pm

Full term dates can be found on our website – click here

Registration:

All parents and players must register with AIHA for Learn to Play at the start of the season. Registration costs $20.00 and is valid for the entire 2018 calendar year.

How Do I Register for Learn to Play?

  1. Parents and players can register online by clicking here.
  2. Parents can print out and complete a registration form and bring this to the rink by clicking here
  3. Parents can complete a registration form in person at the rink

We strongly encourage you to complete your registration form online or by printing and completing it yourself ahead of time to help make your registration process quicker at the rink.

Fees & Payment Options:

Parents can purchase concession cards at the rate of $150.00 for 10 sessions or pay for sessions individually at the casual rate of $20.00 per session without a card. Concession cards will be available for purchase at both rinks – please ensure you turn up early to purchase your card. We will have EFTPOS, VISA and cash facilities available.

All cards purchased in 2017 with leftover concessions will be valid for 2018.

Gear Hire:

Players can hire a range of gear for a fee of $30.00 per term (plus a refundable bond of $50.00). If you need to hire gear, please ensure you arrive early at the rink to find suitable gear for your child.

New for 2018: For players who wish to borrow gear, an invoice will be sent at the start of each term for the amount due. This can then be paid for via credit card or cash at each rink.

Learn to Play Games:

More information about Learn to Play Games, which will start in Term 2, will be sent out in the coming weeks.

More Information:

If you have any questions, or require more information please get in touch with the 2018 Learn to Play League Director, Sheree Anderson, ph: 027 617 8090 | e: ltp@aiha.org.nz

2018 AIHA Junior Registration Now Open

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2018 AIHA Junior & Midget Registration is now open.

Changes have been made to the league names for 2018 as follows:

2017’s League 1 will now be referred to as the “Junior League”
2017’s League 2 will now be referred to as the “Midget League”

Register for 2018:
You can access registration by visiting our registration website:

Click Here for Junior & Midget Registrations

Playing Fees:
2018 Playing fees will consist of:

Registration Fee – $135.00 ($105.00 if paid by March 1st)
Ice Fee Instalment 1 – Due 30th April 2018 – $210.00
Ice Fee Instalment 2 – Due 30th May 2018 – $210.00
Ice Fee Instalment 3 – Due 30th June 2018 – $210.00
Ice Fee Instalment 4 – Due 31st July 2018 – $210.00

Payments can be processed through ClubHub at the time of registration or after you have registered. Please support the Club by paying on time, or even better, early!

Season Information:

The first pre-season games for the Junior and Midget leagues will take place in late April.

Further details including teams, season formats and more will be communicated in the coming weeks.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the respective league manager:

Junior League:
Wayne Curtis
junior@aiha.org.nz

Midget League:
Jen Jones
midget@aiha.org.nz

2018 Senior Non-Check Registrations Now Open

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2018 Senior Non-Check Registrations are now open on ClubHub.

The registration and payment process has changed for 2018 and will be done so entirely on ClubHub. Players will now make payment to the Club directly, rather than to their managers. All fees will be loaded against your account on ClubHub from time of registration.

Playing Fees:
2018 Playing fees will consist of:

Registration Fee – $175.00 ($135.00 if paid by March 1st)
Ice Fee Instalment 1 – Due 1st March 2018 $142.00 – ($133.50 if paid by March 1st)
Ice Fee Instalment 2 – Due 1st June 2018 – $142.00 – ($133.50 if paid by March 1st)
Ice Fee Instalment 3 – Due 1st August 2018  – $142.00 – ($133.50 if paid by March 1st)

A total prompt payment discount of $66.50 will apply if all fees are paid prior to March 1st. Please ensure you support the Club by paying your fees on time, or even better, early! Payments can be processed through ClubHub at the time of registration or after you have registered.

The 2018 season will begin with the first games played on Saturday 17th March at both Avondale & Botany rinks & run through till late October / early November (depending on ice availability)

The number of SNC teams across each divisions will remain the same as 2017 Season.

5 Teams competing in A League (20 regular season games + Playoffs)
8 Teams competing in B League (21 regular season games + Playoffs)
6 Teams competing in C League (20 regular season games + Playoffs)

If you have any questions about registration, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the 2018 League Director, Karl Peni via email: aucklandsnchockey@gmail.com

More information about our Senior Non-Check programme can be found here: 
https://www.aiha.org.nz/hockey-leagues/senior-non-check/

Click Here for Senior Non-Check Registrations

Learn to Play Prize Giving – Free Event!

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Learn to Play Class of 2017 Prize Giving Event

We are hosting a prize giving event for our Learn to Play Class of 2017 and all LTP kids and parents are welcome!

Make sure you come along and pick up your award!

When: Sunday 10th December – Doors Open 8:45am
Where: Paradice Avondale
What: On ice game 9:15am – 10:15am followed by BBQ

Both Avondale & Botany kids & parents are welcome!

RSVP:

If you and/or your child wish to attend, please RSVP by clicking on the link below and completing your details.

RSVP – Click Here

 

AIHA Take Part in Global Initiative to Grow Women’s Hockey

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AIHA Take Part in Global Initiative to Grow Women’s Hockey

Auckland Ice Hockey Association took part in the World Girls Ice Hockey Weekend on Sunday 29th October.

The event, run in conjunction with the New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation (NZIHF) and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) has a global presence and aims to bring girls and women together on the ice so they can:

  • Be introduced to basic skills in hockey in a positive, fun and safe environment.
  • Learn about opportunities in ice hockey in their community.
  • Learn about fair play, sportsmanship, and teamwork.
  • Meet new friends and have a chance to fall in love with a new sport.

Close to fifty participants of all ages and skill level took part on the ice in what was a fun day for all involved and a great introduction to the world of ice hockey for newcomers to the sport.

Auckland Ice Hockey Association wishes to thank all of its volunteers who assisted on the day, as well as the New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation for their assistance and funding for the event.