CAHA Strategic Plan Action Steps

By Zachary Maggart 01/14/2020, 9:45pm EST

Seeking Organizational Input

Zero Tolerance Policy

By USA Hockey 11/07/2019, 3:15pm EST

THA-Carolina Thunderbirds 4Topps Table

By Jacob Dahlin 10/31/2019, 4:00pm EDT

Greensboro Ice House - Ice Resurfacing Policy Update

By Jed Firestone 10/23/2019, 3:15pm EDT

Support THA with FlipGive

By Jed Firestone 10/16/2019, 3:30pm EDT

USA Hockey Concussion Management Program & CRR App

By Jed Firestone 09/25/2019, 4:15pm EDT

Rec Hockey Registration is Open!

By Jed Firestone 09/11/2019, 7:40pm EDT

CAHA - Body Checking Information

By Jed Firestone 08/30/2019, 12:00pm EDT

Net-Front Tips with John Harrington (14u-16u)

By Michael Rand 04/03/2019, 9:15am EDT

John Harrington knows the importance of winning battles in front of the net, both as a player and a coach.

A member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic gold medal team and a Minnesota Duluth product, Harrington is currently the head coach of the Minnesota State women’s team.

Winning, Development, and the Big Picture at 10U

By By Michael Rand 04/03/2019, 9:00am EDT

If 8U is about cross-ice hockey and fundamental skill-building, there is perhaps a tendency to rush into opposites at 10U.

As parents, coaches and even players emerge from 8U, they may be yearning for something dramatically different.

The grass may appear greener at 10U – with full-ice hockey.

The problem is that a complete 180 is seldom a good idea, and it certainly isn’t in this case. Bob Mancini, a regional manager for USA Hockey’s American Development Model, has some thoughts on why 10U hockey still requires a look at the big picture and a focus on skill development over results.