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High School Tryouts for the 2022-2023 Season Announced

The Louisville Metro High School team will hold tryouts on: 

Wednesday, June 8, 2022 from 7:00-8:00 PM

Saturday, June 11, 2022 from 12 noon to 1:00 PM

Eligibility: Players must be in 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grade for the 2022-23  school year. Players can only play for 4 years at the high school level. 7th and 8th graders are not eligible as well as those that attend St. X and Trinity High Schools. (St. X and Trinity have their own high school teams.)

8U Travel team tryouts to be announced at a future date. Please do not register your player for these until the tryout dates are announced.

KAIHA will use an online-only registration process for the tryouts. 

Players will need to register for both USA Hockey and KAIHA in order to attend the tryouts. This is an online-only registration process. Please register in advance of the tryout. Coaches/team representatives will have a list of registered players. Walk-ups are allowed at the tryout, but please arrive early be prepared to go on your smartphone and register/pay before the tryout begins. 

USA Hockey fees for the 2022-23 season are listed below. Do not use last season's number to register for the tryout. 

KAIHA registration fee for the 2022-23 season is $70. The tryout fee is $30 for one or both tryouts. If you registered in advance and did not pay the tryout fee, you will need to pay at the door. Checks payable to KAIHA. 

See links below to register with USA Hockey and KAIHA. 

 

2022-2023 USAH Age Divisions and USAH/MidAm Fees

Birth Year Age Division   USAH/MidAm Fee
2004-2005                  18U                     $75
2006-2007    16U                     $75
2008-2009    14U                     $75
2010-2011    12U                     $66
2012-2013    10U                     $66
2014-2015    8U                       $55
2016 & younger     6U                       $20

2022 Spring Skates Registration Now Open


Introducing the Director of Hockey

Louisville Ice Cardinals Community:

Over the past few weeks, the KAIHA Board of Directors has been actively soliciting and interviewing candidates for a Director of Hockey for the organization.  This new position will be a key element in the further enhancement of both house and travel programs within our association.  The goal is to provide a resource for players and coaches to further improve on-ice and off-ice training development as well as providing support and guidance to our already strong coaching staff.  We were pleasantly surprised that we received 6 applications to be considered and we are very excited to announce that Louie Abounader has been selected to serve as our new Director of Hockey. 

Please join us in congratulating Louie in his new role! 

In the coming weeks, he will be spending time at the rink becoming acquainted with everyone and gaining familiarity with our programs, parents, coaches, and players.  If you see him, please feel free to introduce yourselves to him, as he is eager to meet everyone as well..

We look forward to the talents and enthusiasm that Louie will be bringing to our association.  Please help us make him feel welcome as he begins his journey with us.

KAIHA Board.


Summer 2022 Hockey Development Camps

Information about the hockey camps at Iceland Sports Complex can be found here: https://www.summerhockeyco.com/ as well as the PDF linked below. 


KAIHA Statement on Non-Sanctioned USA Hockey Activities:

The KAIHA Board wants to share information with you regarding teams playing in non-sanctioned USA Hockey games and tournaments. If a USA Hockey registered player and/or team chooses to participate in an unsanctioned event/tournament, they must participate without any connection to USA Hockey and KAIHA. This means they cannot use their USA Hockey team roster, team name, team jerseys and colors or any other reference to the USA Hockey registered team and to KAIHA. Additionally, the USA Hockey medical and liability insurance is voided; therefore, the coaches and player families take on full responsibility for anything that may happen. It is important to note that the tournament may or may not have insurance coverage for teams and participants. Finally, both MidAm and KAIHA discourages teams from being involved in unsanctioned events, but they also recognize that all participants are free to make their own decisions and adjust to the current situation in the manner they determine is fit and appropriate. 

KAIHA Board


Iceland Sports Complex-Youth Ice Hockey Covid-19 Guidelines

Youth Ice Hockey COVID-19 Return To Play Guidelines Iceland Sports Complex

The steps below will be in place at Iceland Sports Complex, Louisville, KY in order to continue to enjoy the fun and excitement of youth hockey. Please be advised, this is not a comprehensive list and individuals should continue to follow all CDC, federal, state and local orders and guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

• Individuals will take an illness self-assessment at home and stay at home if any COVID-19 signs and/or symptoms. Temperatures will be taken upon entering Iceland Sports Complex.

  • Individuals with risk factors for COVID-19 medical complications should not enter the facility.

  • Face coverings/masks will be worn by all unvaccinated individuals within Iceland Sports Complex including the locker rooms. Players/coaches/on-ice officials (referees) may remove masks just prior to fastening their helmets and skating onto the ice.

  • Players and on-ice officials will bring their own labeled water bottle to the rink.

  • Handshakes have been eliminated and teams should consider alternative ways to acknowledge each other at the end of an ice session.

  • A maximum of 2 adults/parents acting as a game timekeeper and official scorer are allowed in the scorekeeper box at one time.

  • A maximum of 1 adult/parent is allowed in the penalty box and will serve as the penalty box attendant. 

  • Spitting is not allowed anywhere on Iceland Sports Complex property, including the parking lot.