For those interested in coaching, or those in need of completing their required clinic level for this upcoming season, please check USA Hockey's Website for a listing of locations, levels and dates. There is currently a level 4 being offered in Rochester, MN in May and in Missouri in June.
Dear AMHA members:
It is that time of year again and we are looking for individuals that have an interest in running for Board positions. We will elect new Board members at the Annual meeting in April and have several slots that will be vacant. If interested in running for the Board, please forward your intentions to:
1.) Work Ethic: Success always follows those who work hard at their craft. There are never any shortcuts, both on and off the ice.
2.) Respect: For your teammates, coaches, opponents, the officials and even the game itself. Despite winning or losing, your character is what will be remembered. Make sure it’s a good one.
3.) Enthusiasm: Take pride in what you do and always come with a high level of energy. Not only will it benefit your performance but will encourage others to do the same.
4.) Discipline: If you play sports, you will face adversity. There is no way around it. At some point, the game will not be going your way or your team’s way. How will you react in those stressful situations? The best teammates learn to control their emotions, figure out the solution and attack the problem as a team.
5.) Selflessness: Always be willing to help others, and remember, “We always supersedes me.”
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In order to more fully utilize the features of our Website, we are asking that members do a few things. First, please log on (upper left corner) and update your membership with the most current information, such as your current email address and contact information. This will be important as we will attempt to utilize group features within the Website as we progress into next season. Please click HERE for a link as to how to do this. You should then log in to the Site whenever you visit as you will not be able to see some things if you do not. Thank you!
AMHA is also promoting young skaters to utilize the Learn-to-Skate program as an additional opportunity for coached skating lessons on the ice. This program is highly recommended for all skaters to continue to develop proper skating skills through the Hockey 4 level. Additionally, it is becoming a requirement for the youngest of skaters to pass at least Basic 1 before entering the Learn to Play Hockey (Pre-Mite) program. Click here for more details.