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Bluegrass Winter Break Hockey Camp 2022

The Bluegrass Winter Break Hockey Camp aims to grow the amazing game of hockey in the state of Kentucky at the grassroots level, by developing the skills and fundamentals of youth hockey players in the region for a two-week span during the 2022 Holidays/Winter Break. The camp will focus on dynamic power skating and technique, while also incorporating some stick-handling, shooting, and some friendly competition. Heading into its 2nd edition, Coach Louie Abounader will be at the helm of the camp’s sessions.


Iceland Sports Complex


  • Week 1: Monday, December 19th - Friday, December 23rd
  • Week 2: Monday, December 26th - Friday, December 30th

Age Groups:

  • Group 1 (8:00am - 9:00am) Ages 8 and younger
  • Group 2 (9:00am - 10:00am) Ages 9 through 12
  • Group 3 (10:00am - 11:00am) Ages 13 through 17


  • Week 1 12/19 - 12/23 $150
  • Week 2 12/26 - 12/30 $150
  • Both Weeks $250

To register download the PDF linked below and submit to Coach Louie.

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

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.