USA Hockey extends deadline to apply for 2020-21 COVID-19 Temporary Coaching Card By Jim Clare, AHAI Coach-In-Chief As has been mentioned many times, we are dealing with some new and challenging scenarios in our lives and in the hockey world…. Read More ›
Hockey is back in Illinois! Since the rinks are now able to offer limited hockey training during Phase 3 of Restore Illinois, AHAI wanted to offer some assistance on what on-ice and off-ice training could look like and how to… Read More ›
Introduction of temporary card allows for flexible option during COVID-19 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Hockey announced today that it will conduct its Level 1-4 coaching certification clinics virtually until it is deemed safe to host large group gatherings. In addition,… Read More ›
June 30 is the deadline for filing Combined applications for the Fall 2020-2021 season. Applications will need to be filed electronically by the organization’s registrar using the AHAI Web Tool. The application is being updated and will be active soon. Full information for all contacts at your club including: name, mailing address, email address and phone number must be updated immediately so that they will receive all correspondence and instructions for all High School activities.
Memories from the 2019-20 Illinois High School Hockey Season will last forever, even though the final weeks of the season came to an abrupt end when the world was, to put it mildly, turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic.
Anthony Arnoni, a four-year varsity player for the co-op Leyden Eagles, is delivering the Senior Speech to the Illinois High School Community. The 18-year-old Arnoni will attend Elmhurst College in the fall. He was a defenseman in uniform No. 22 who skated his youth career for the Panthers.