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Board positions open at Santa Fe Hockey

By John Utsey 03/24/2023, 10:30pm MDT

Nominate yourself or someone else with this form.

Dear Hockey Families,

While the season has ended, the Santa Fe Hockey Association Board continues to meet on a monthly basis in preparation for off season programming and next season.

We have a few open positions on the board and are looking for applicants interested in joining our team.

The SFHA Board is responsible for:

  • Season planning
  • Scheduling
  • Marketing / social media
  • Website
  • Registration
  • Finance
  • Discipline
  • Compliance
  • Rostering
  • Jersey & equipment needs
  • Recruiting managers & coaches
  • Club programming & player development
  • Updating / monitoring local bylaw compliance
  • Fundraising
  • And much more!


We are looking for individuals with strong organizational and communication skills and an interest & experience in the areas of non-profit fundraising, marketing & social media.

If you or anyone you know is interested in joining the SFHA Board, please download and fill out this interest form for consideration.

Applications are due April 17 via email to:


SFHA Board

NM Player Development Camp MARCH 26 -- Register now!

By John Utsey 03/09/2023, 10:00am MST

A chance for your player to shine!

2023 New Mexico Boys & Girls Player Development Camp

The Land of Enchantment Amateur Hockey Association (LOEAHA) is excited to announce the 2023 New Mexico Player Development Camp (NMPDC) to be held March 26, 2023, at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center in Santa Fe, NM.

The PDC is an opportunity for boys and girls with birth years 2006 - 2010 to participate in high-level drills, demonstrate their hockey abilities, and compete for the state allocated roster spots to attend advanced District Player Development Camps (PDC).

The camp will consist of skill-based, on-ice drills, a competitive scrimmage, and a presentation by the New Mexico Referees Confederation about officiating and the path to becoming a high-level official. Guest speaker Kenny Greer will share his story and experiences of advancement from youth hockey right here in NM to the world of professional hockey in Europe.

The Flyer for the camp is here. It is incorrect though as it lists birth years through 2009.  2010 players can attend the camp.

The Registration form for the camp is online.  Sign up here.

Points to consider.

1) It's a one-day training camp to improve your hockey skills.

2) You will be evaluated by coaches and other experts who don't normally see you play. This can be valuable feedback for your development as a player.

3) You could be selected to advance to the Rocky Mountain District Player Development Camp.

Note that only NM permanent residents may be considered for selection to the District PDC at the NM PDC. Residents of other states are welcome to participate in the NM PDC but must pursue selection for District Camp through their home state affiliate’s PDC.

Registration is due by MARCH 23




Welcome to the Santa Fe Hockey Association, the home of the Santa Fe Capitals, where we continue to support the mission to grow hockey in the Southwest by providing opportunities for girls and boys of the Santa Fe community to succeed both on and off the ice. Here at Santa Fe Hockey Association, we are committed to fulfilling the three promises of youth hockey:

Promise of Fun
Promise of Guidance
Promise of Achievement

Do you want to maximize your ice time, improve your game, and help us make a difference? We are here to help you achieve your goals. We are introducing Life Skills Development, a pilot initiative with a promise to develop life skills that build a foundation for a child's confidence, pride, focus, and responsibility.  Learn more here.

Ready to elevate your game with private and semi-private instruction? SFHA is pleased to introduce "on-demand" coaching sessions with coach Lisa and coach Sage. Learn more here.

Go Capitals!


SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – After COVID dwindled the number of youth hockey players in Santa Fe, coaches are trying new methods to build the youth programs back up. Blades on fresh ice and the puck gliding away as kids chase after it was much-awaited sights in the rink for coaches and families, alike. Watch the full story here.

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