Kalkaska Area Hockey Association

Kalkaska Area Hockey Association works with area youth and their parents in Kalkaska and the surrounding area to provide for and promote the growth of hockey. KAHA will work to provide the best possible experiences by encouraging, developing, advancing and administering the sport of ice hockey. KAHA will work closely with state (MAHA) and national (USA Hockey) hockey organizations to emphasize and support grassroots hockey participation. KAHA is committed to developing coaches who will be effective instructors and role models, through a comprehensive education program at all levels of the sport. KAHA will continue to offer high quality, reasonably priced hockey while maintaining a non-profit 501(c)3 status. KAHA will recognize those businesses and individuals who have helped maintain the organization and who work to promote community efforts.

Vision Statement
KAHA will work to serve community youth in promoting quality and affordable ice hockey for years to come. KAHA recognizes area youth have fun while gaining accomplishment and skills playing hockey. KAHA will work to facilitate quality competitive youth hockey in Northern Michigan.

Learn to skate

The focus and goal of the Learn to Skate (L2S) curriculums are designed to teach beginner hockey players the fundamentals of skating. Every association will have different needs, access to ice, a large variation in ages (4-10 years old) and number of players in their L2S sessions. If you have 5 or 60 new players, USA Hockey recommends that you use age and skill appropriate drills to teach the players how to skate and play hockey. It’s important for these players to become comfortable on the ice, learn the basic hockey stance, stride, knee bend, use of edges and how to hold a stick before moving into a learn to play, 6U or 8U full hockey curriculum.

Adult Open Hockey

Full equipment is required. Adult open hockey is the traditional full ice game set up, some call it “drop in” hockey. Max 30 skaters / 4 goalies.All players must be over 18 years of age, and not a student in high school.

Figure Skating

Coming Soon