Ice Resurfacer Fundraiser
Thank you for your gracious support!
Click on the photo below to donate to the Ice Resurfacer Fundraiser and help us reach our goal........
...... we appreciate your support! Our rink is more than just youth hockey. We support Northland College Men's Hockey, Northland College Women's Hockey, Private Group Hockey Rentals, Ashland School District Skating Days, and Public Open Skating nights. Help us keep the ice ready to go for all of theses groups.
Thank you from the Ice Resurfacing
and the rest of the AHYA Board
AYHA Mailing Address
PO Box 169
Ashland, WI 54806
Welcome to the AYHA web site. Ashland Youth Hockey is an association of players, parents, coaches, and fans whose goal is to provide a safe and enjoyable place for boys and girls to play the game of hockey. Youth hockey for us is about great times and great competition, shared with family and friends.
Our well-run tournaments showcase competition from Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Canada, providing a unique hockey experience for players, parents and coaches alike. All AYHA home hockey games are played at the Bay Area Civic Center in beautiful Ashland, Wisconsin.
Come visit us at the top of Wisconsin this year!
AYHA is a member of both USA Hockey and the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association. USA Hockey sets standards for hockey programs throughout the United States. It defines rink specifications, team guidelines, playing rules, and officiating guidelines. USA Hockey also handles insurance programs for the protection of both the player and the Association.
WAHA governs hockey within the state of Wisconsin. WAHA is primarily concerned with age levels and tournament rules. WAHA conducts State Tournaments and other hockey programs in coordination with other states.
AYHA pays membership dues to, and is sanctioned by both of these organizations. This allows AYHA to be officially recognized by other associations and to participate in tournaments and leagues.
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