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Youth Tier I 16U, 18U Amherst, New York April 28-May 3, 2021
Youth Tier II 14U McKinney, Texas April 29-May 3, 2021
Youth Tier II 16U Grand Rapids, Michigan April 29-May 3, 2021
Youth Tier II 18U Green Bay, Wisconsin April 29-May 3, 2021
Girls Tier I 14U, 16U, 19U West Chester, Pennsylvania April 29-May 3, 2021
Girls Tier II 14U, 16U, 19U Irvine, California April 29-May 3, 2021
Senior Women's West Chester, Pennsylvania April 28-May 2, 2021
Sled St. Louis, Missouri April 8-11, 2021
Adult Men's Wesley Chapel, Florida April 15-18, 2021
Adult Women's Wesley Chapel, Florida April 22-25,2021


Alaska State Hockey Association

COVID Update 12.5.2020


According to new information and guidelines released by the CDC ASHA’s policy will changes effective immediately in concern to players/coaches/parents who are deemed to be close contacts of a positive case of Covid-19. The updated policy will read as follows:

  • If a participant has been in close contact with someone (participant, family or community member) diagnosed with COVID-19, and he/she choosing to get a Covid-19 test, he/she may be able to end the quarantine period after 7 days of quarantine, on the 8th day. He/she should take a COVID-19 test within 48 hours prior when they hope to end the quarantine (on day 6 or 7). They must continue to quarantine until the test comes back negative, which may be longer than 7 days. Even if the test is negative and he/she ends quarantine, they must continue to wear a mask when around others and monitor for symptoms for the full 14 days. If they develop any symptoms or their test result is positive, they must self-isolate. If he/she chooses not to take a Covid-19 they should quarantine for a full 10 days after date of exposure.  They may end the quarantine on day 11 if he/she do not develop symptoms. They must continue to wear a mask when around others and monitor for symptoms for the full 14 days. Self-isolate if you develop symptoms and get tested.
  • Change in policy that states Associations should continue to record and maintain their records of all Covid related cases but they no longer need to send that information to Anna Culley within 24 hours. They are asked to send the information monthly for informational purposes only. If Associations have questions on the policies or procedures for isolating or quarantining they can contact Anna.

October 7, 2020

Dear USA Hockey Family:

We hope this finds you and your loved ones well and enjoying the Fall. It’s been a challenging time for all of us navigating our way through the pandemic, but the positive attitude of the hockey community has certainly been inspiring.

With the 2020-21 season getting up and running in many places across the country, we wanted to take the chance to reinforce the importance of following local and state guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a whole, our hockey community has done a terrific job in this regard, but we do get some reports of people not following guidelines. It’s important we all do our part and continue to make sure we wash our hands regularly, sanitize equipment, social distance and wear masks (and wear them properly) according to the guidelines.

To help ensure everyone has access to the benefits our sport provides – including physical, social and mental – we must remain vigilant in our efforts to minimize the opportunity for the spread of the virus in our hockey family. We understand that conditions and regulations vary across the country, and while we know frustrations exist, let’s continue to work together for the good of all.

While we know that there are no activities that are risk free as we navigate this pandemic, there are some key factors within our sport that contribute to safety. Consider:

  • Hockey players are covered in equipment head to toe (unlike most other sports).
  • Ice rinks have significant HVAC systems to regularly circulate fresh air into the facility.
  • USA Hockey provides a controlled environment with players having to register and those players rostered on a team.  It is known exactly who is on the ice; groups are together for the season; and there is no co-mingling.
  • Studies show players are within a six-foot radius of another player for less than three minutes per game. Players are on average on “immediate proximity” (actual contact with another player) for under two seconds per incident.
  • With the significant size of the playing surface and facilities, there are responsible ways forward to conduct the sport keeping social distancing and hygiene at the forefront.

In conjunction with input from a wide group of stakeholders, including medical professionals, affiliates, and our rinks partners, among others, USA Hockey has published Return to the Rinks Guidelines and Mitigating Risks Recommendations, along with other resources, to assist programs across the country in safely returning to the sport in relation to COVID-19. You can find all of our resources related to COVID-19 online at

USA Hockey Names Hockey Club Fairbanks Model Association



The youth hockey club becomes the first Model Association in Alaska


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Hockey announced today that Hockey Club Fairbanks has earned designation as a USA Hockey Model Association, becoming the first Model Association from Alaska and increasing the total number nationwide to 25.

With the designation, Hockey Club Fairbanks has committed to fully implement programming dedicated to age-appropriate, age-specific skill development in accordance with USA Hockey's American Development Model throughout the 8-and-Under, 10-and-Under and 12-and-Under age classifications.

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