Registration of Development Level Players is now open. This registration is for players Squirts, Mites, and Termites and includes players born on or before 12/31/2013.
This year we will have three payment options. They include:
NEW THIS YEAR: As a part of your registration this year, you will now need to provide the following information: 1) Insurance Information, 2) Emergency Contact Information, and 3) Medical History Information including the last date of your players tetanus shot/booster.
Please click the link below to begin your Development Level Registration!
|Fall 4 on 4||$75|
|Spring 4 on 4||$75|
*Camp Participation is Dependent on Skating Ability
The Aberdeen Hockey Association is pleased to announce the naming of the new Girls Varsity Head Coach Shelby Edwards. Shelby grew up in Rapid City & played varsity for the Rushmore Thunder. She attended SDSU where she studied Physical Education. While attending SDSU she played for the SDSU ACHA Hockey Team while being the assistant coach for the Brookings Rangers. She won state in 2012 and was a 3 time league champions. After SDSU Shelby moved to Nebraska to start the first ever women’s hockey program at Midland University. In 2015 she helped start the Girls Team South Dakota, she currently the head coach of the U16 team and assistant coach of the U19 team. She coached the National Camp in St. Cloud for the Girls U15 development Camp in 2015 and the girls U18 Camp in 2016. She is also currently the development rep for the state of South Dakota. "I am looking forward to the opportunity to coach a team that has had such great success and continue to help them grow as young ladies and hockey players, but am most looking forward to working with a great group of girls and the support system that they have from their parents, grandparents, friends, and AHA." -Coach Edwards
The Aberdeen Hockey Association is pleased to announce the naming of the new Boys Varsity Head Coach Jon Aldinger. Jon was born and raised in Aberdeen. He spent 13 years playing for the Cougars growing up. Since his playing days Jon has spent 18 years coaching youth Hockey in Aberdeen. He also plays men’s league. When he isn’t at the arena Jon spends time working at Quest Construction.
“I've experienced all the ups and downs as a player and a coach. Just want my players to love the game as I do! Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.” -Herb Brooks
“It's not necessarily the amount of time you spend at practice that counts; it’s what you put into the practice.” -Eric Lindros
“I love the game, people I played with & all the boys I’ve coached along the way. I want the boys to love and find the passion I have for the game.” –Coach Aldinger
Much of the communication that AHA is providing is done through the email address you have attached to your NGIN profile or within the AHA website. This is the email address you provided during one of your prior registrations. Please make sure the email address associated with your profile is your correct email address.
Do you think you missed a communication? You can find all communication sent to your NGIN account in your Inbox found at the top of the AHA website after you log into your account. This is in addition to the email that was generated to your specific email address.
Know someone who hasn't received an email? Please encourage them to check to make sure their correct email address has been provided. Thank you.
Jeff Scheel, AHA President
If you've got a bunch of used hockey gear taking up space in your house, or if you are looking to get a good deal on some used hockey equipment, be sure to check out the Cougar Classifieds by clicking in the column on the left.
The Aberdeen Hockey Association (AHA) will provide the youth of the Aberdeen area opportunities, both recreational and competitive, to participate in ice hockey. Lifetime lessons will be learned in: responsibility, physical fitness, discipline, cooperation, sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership, and most important, "fun" with peers.