For boys born in 2010 or earlier, or girls born 2011 or earlier. This is a chance to skate and see who is the best in the state. Even if you aren't, this is a great opportunity to gain more hockey knowledge and more hockey experience.
The camp will consist of skill-based, on-ice drills, a competitive scrimmage, and a seminar.
Kelly Boyles, certified Nutrition Specialist, Personal Trainer and Health Coach will present
Sports Nutrition for Youth Athletes, focusing on developing an individual fueling plan for peak
performance. We hope to have a brief presentation during lunch on advancement opportunities in
hockey including Juniors, College, and opportunities in Women's hockey.
Location: The MAC
All Association Members are encouraged to install the Sports Engine app on their mobile devices. Sports Engine is the primary tool used to share up to date team information by Team Managers and Coaches. Coaches are also requesting that Players RSVP for practices and games to assist in planning practices and games.
Please contact your Team Manager or any Board Member for more information or assistance in setting up and utilizing the app.
Our website is an important source of Association general information, game schedules and Member resources.
The Board of Directors approved a new Refund Policy and amended Disciplinary Policy at its December 4th meeting. These Policies are available as PDF documents under the REGISTRATION > FORMS tab on the Home Page.
The Board also approved a new Financial Policy that provides guidance for all of our fiscal operations. This Policy will be published in the near future.
These Policies are an integral part of our ongoing efforts to update our Policies and Procedures to ensure consistency with our governing body Land of Enchantment Amateur Hockey Association and USA Hockey.
These Policies are effective immediately. Questions/comments may be directed to any Board Member using the email links under the BOARD tab.
The following Spread sheet is the GCCC schedule. You can find Stick and Puck times as well as open skate sessions.
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.
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.