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Upcoming Clinics in Santa Fe!

(April 7, 2021)

Youth Hockey is back in Santa Fe. We have a few options for those looking to make up for lost ice time this season. Saturday 3 vs 3 hockey tournaments, and Wednesday power skating and puck handling skills clinics. First Clinic is THIS Wednesday April 7th. 3v3 Starts this weekend April 10.

Wednesday Skills Clinics are focused on power skating, puck control and shooting. All age groups are encouraged and skills will be adapted to skaters abilities. Wednesdays April 7,14,21,28, May 5,12,19,26 from 7:00pm – 8:00pm and the cost is $140 per skater.

Saturday 3v3 league Every Saturday players get put into teams of 4 and play a round robin format. Last two teams standing play a championship. The next Saturday we re-pick teams and continue. The advantage of 3v3 is more puck touches, creativeness, quick decision making and follows the ADM model set by USA Hockey for skills development. Teams will be picked each week from the players who are there, so if you miss a Saturday, you aren't letting anyone down. We know the spring is hectic, come play when you can.

Saturdays April 10,17,24, May 1,8,15,22 $120 per skater.

2 Sessions

9:00am-10:00am - Squirt U10 + Peewee U12 

10:00am-11:00am - Bantam U14 + JV

Also, Christian Grunnah is bringing his "Skate to Score Clinic" to the GCCC Ice rink on May 27,28,29 $240.00

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Feel free to forward this email to any other hockey families you know. We want to keep youth hockey alive in Santa Fe and this season has been hard on our club. Lets get the kids back on the ice. If you know any families that might be interested in youth hockey in Santa Fe, let them know about the Wednesday clinics, and send them our way.



2021 New Mexico Boys & Girls Player Development Camp

(March 1, 2021)

The Land of Enchantment Amateur Hockey Association (LOEAHA) is proud to announce the 2021 New Mexico Player Development Camp (NMPDC) to be held April 3, 2021, at The Outpost Ice Arenas in Albuquerque.

The PDC is an opportunity for boys and girls with birth years 2004 - 2007 to participate in high-level training, demonstrate their hockey abilities, and compete for the state-allocated roster spots to attend advanced District Player Development Camps (PDC).

This year LOEAHA has partnered with the Outpost Ice Arena and the NAHL NM Ice Wolves junior team to provide all participants a high-level skills training and competition experience. The camp will consist of skill-based on-ice drills, an introduction to off-ice hockey speed training in the Ice Wolves Speed Gym, and conclude with a scrimmage and possible selection to represent New Mexico at additional USA Hockey camps later this summer.

The cost to participate in the NMPDC is $80 for Boys and $60 for girls. Registration includes lunch and a NM PDC jersey for camp attendees to keep.

Sessions are as follows:

• Girls 2004-2007 Birth Years 7:30am – 11:30am

• Boys 2004-2005 Birth Years 9:00am -2:45pm

• Boys 2006-2007 Birth Years 10:30am -4:00pm

Registration must be completed by April 1, 2021, and can be completed online at on the Register/Pay page at the top of the website

Please look for the registration associated with your player's year of birth. You’ll need to log into your account or if you don’t already have one please create an account. If you have more than one player eligible to participate you can register both before checking out.

For more information contact PDC coordinator Matt Coulombe. email:


2020-21 Hockey Season is ON!

(January 10, 2021)

Dear Taos Hockey Players and Families

Taos Youth Hockey Association is pleased to announce the start of the 2020-2021 Hockey Season. 

Although this year will look a lot different than years past we are moving forward with a hockey season for the youth of Taos. TYHA Coaches have agreed to grace us with their time to help players progress even during this time. 

We will be asking each player to fill out a registration packet this year but there will be no fees to participate in this program this year from Taos Youth Hockey. USA Hockey numbers will not be needed. This will be a completely free service Taos Youth Hockey Association is providing to the youth of Taos. Please email to receive your registration packet.

This year’s season will be practiced by using Zoom. What to expect.

  1. Regular Zoom meetings with coaches to review skills and drills that each player can practice on their own.
  2. Video recordings that players can share with the group (if they would like) of them practicing their drills while on zoom calls.
  3. Coach and Player rapport
  4. Team Building for when players are allowed to return to the ice.

Our goal for this year is to keep the momentum for the players in any dryland skills and drills that will help them progress for the upcoming season 2021-2022. If any gear is needed to do these drills please contact us at

Actual ice time will be left up to the individual coaches and families of that age group as Taos Youth and Family Center will not be laying ice this season. This means travel to other cities like Santa Fe, Alamosa, or Albuquerque who have very little or no ice time as well.

Some families have utilized outdoor ice as a way to get ice time. Again this will be something left up to the individual coaches and families of their perspective age group. 

Thank You

Taos Youth Hockey Association 

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