Click on the registration link below to pay for your 2020-2021 teams fees.
You will not have to re-register your teams, Please be sure to add your teams age classification to your team name.
Example Jr Everblades 10UAA
Per SAHOF rules all Associations must register annually with SAHOF. You must register your Association first before registering your teams.
Alliance 16U AAA Capture NAPHL Dixon Cup Championship
USA Hockey is hosting a series of virtual certification clinics for all levels. These clinics are held via Zoom and hosted by several Districts around the country. You are encouraged to attend one of these clinics to achieve your next level certification. The Central District will be hosting some CEP clinics in August, but you may attend clinics hosted by any USA Hockey District (one nice thing about technology). As we get closer to the season, and if the situation allows, AHAI will be hosting some in-person clinics as per our usual structure. Until then, go virtual and get certified! Click here to view a list of upcoming clinics.
All coaches, volunteers and referees must be screened per USA Hockey and the State of Florida
The Florida Alliance is happy to announce their coaches for the 2020/21 season
18U- Anthony Perdicaro
16U- Gilles Richard
15U- Jim Brown and Al Hargest
14U- Rob Michaud and Drake Berehowsky
2008- Ryan Brindley
All other age groups will be tournament teams and coaches will be announced shortly.
We look forward to seeing everyone again as soon as all our lives return to normal.
Stay safe, stay healthy
Congratulations to the following candidates for
being elected to SAHOF Board of Directors
A special congratulations to Matt Janusz for being this years recipient of the USA Hockey New Leader Award
The Discipline Comittees will hold Match Penalty Hearings once a month. The following are the dates for each District:
8/19, 9/23, 10/28, 11/25, 12/23, 1/27, 2/24, 3/23, 4/27, 5/25, 6/22, 7/27
North/Central and West Districts
8/26, 9/23, 10/28, 11/25, 12/23, 1/27, 2/24, 3/23, 4/27, 5/25, 6/22, 7/27
To: All Rink Directors, Program Directors, Players, Coaches and Parents,
SAHOF has been in constant contact with all rinks in the State during this time of crisis. Many of the rinks have utilized this time as an opportunity to make improvements to their facilities and are taking all the proper steps to make the rink a shining example of health and safety.
In a meeting last evening, the SAHOF Board of Directors weighed the input received by each facility, and the projections from our State and local governments in respect to lifting restrictions on ice rinks to determine a path forward towards starting tryouts for the 2020-21 season.
Accordingly, the SAHOF Board of Directors have set the following dates for Tier I and Tier II tryouts to convene for the 2020-21 season:
Tier I Tryouts – July 10th – 12th
Tier II Tryouts – July 13th
Dates are still subject change
No Organizations are permitted to offer player commitments or conduct any kind of tryouts prior to these dates. Complaints for alleged violations will be directed to the Disciplinary Committee of SAHOF.
This years SAHOF Annual Meeting will be held virtually Saturday, June 20th utilizing Zoom. All information for the meeting will be posted on the SAHOF website www.sahofhockey.org.
As we work together on a collective path back to hockey, we realize that this pandemic has caused many of our members hardships that may make a return to hockey difficult. As we move forward, SAHOF will be working with Organizations and rinks to strategize on different ways to assist families impacted financially that may be in need of support as we work to retain as many of our members as possible.
As you may know, the United States government enacted the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and SafeSport Authorization Act of 2017 on February 14th, 2018. USA Hockey has been working on addressing the changes necessary for the USA Hockey SafeSport Program based on this Act.
Click HERE for a memorandum from Casey Jorgensen, USA Hockey General Council, which provides details about these changes.
The changes approved at the USA Hockey Annual Congress last week to comply with the government requirements will directly impact players in Florida
To comply with the government requirement, USA Hockey does not want players or officials turning 18 to become ineligible in the middle of a season.
Therefore, USA Hockey is requiring all players 17 years of age or older on or before December 31st of that playing season and who play on a team in a classification that allows minor aged players, to complete SafeSport Training before being added to a team and prior to participation with the team (on-ice or off-ice). This requirement applies to all teams in the age classifications Youth, Girls, High School, Junior Hockey, Flex Hockey and Disabled Hockey programs that allow both minor age and adult age players (anyone over 18 years).
Players in the group identified above that have not completed the SafeSport Training cannot be placed on the team’s roster in the USA Hockey registration portal (where rosters are created). The computer program will prevent the player from being added to the team until they have completed the training. Because the player is not on the Official Roster, they are prohibited from participating with the team until the training is completed and the player can be added to the roster.
We strongly recommend that players act on this new requirement NOW if they are currently 17 or older, or will be on or before December 31st.
The program takes about 90 minutes to complete online. Once the fall season is underway, players will be consumed with school, hockey, and other commitments. It is to their advantage to take the SafeSport Program NOW and not wait until it is time to be placed on a roster and games are starting.
The SafeSport Program is free. You must have a USAH Registration Confirmation Number to register to take the training. Players registered with USAH for the 2018/19 season can use the USA Hockey Confirmation Number from that season (which is valid until August 31, 2019) to register to take the training. They may also register with USA Hockey for the 2019/20 and use that confirmation number to register for the course. Effective September 1, 2019, registration for the program requires a 2019/20 USA Hockey Registration.
To take the SafeSport Program access the online program via the USA Hockey Website https://www.usahockey.com/safesporttraining. Or use this direct link to access the SafeSport site: https://safesport.org/authentication/register?token=71d4f2f9-bddb-4e6d-bb2a-37211b8999d9.
Like the requirement this year to complete SafeSport, we anticipate additional changes regarding screening in the 2020/2021 season. At the present time, for the 2019/20 season, there is not a requirement for these individuals to be screened.
Enjoy the summer, and if you are or know someone that meets the age requirement for this new rule, we hope you take advantage of using some of your time to complete the SafeSport program.
This Link will allow you to view the new district boundaries in Google Maps.
The NHL analytics team uses tracking technology to compare cross-ice to full-ice for 8U players
A cutting-edge NHL analytics team put the test to youth hockey for the first time ever, comparing cross-ice hockey to full-ice hockey. Watch this video and see what you think.