The Adult Ironman Award is presented annually to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of an American-born adult ice hockey player. The criteria for the award may include performance during the current or previous playing season.
2008 Tom Hendrix (Columbia, Md.)
2006 Norm Dann (Tampa, Fla.)
The Adult Member of the Year Award is presented annually to recognize an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the program during many years of service to the ice hockey community as an adult player and/or volunteer.
2008 Rich Wasilewski (Clearwater, Fla.)
The Chet Stewart Award was established in 2000 to recognize an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the USA Hockey Officiating Education Program during many years of service to the hockey community as an official and volunteer. The award, which is presented annually, is named in honor of the late Chet Stewart, one of the founders of the Officiating Education Program and a long time USA Hockey volunteer.
2016 Pat Bush (Raleigh, NC)
2013 Kevin Upton (Silver Spring, Md.)
2011 Bob Keltie, Sr. (Boca Raton, Fla.)
2009 John Robinson (Towson, Md.)
2008 Robert Klein (Atlanta, Ga.)
2000 Ken Sheeran (Roanoke, Va.)
Established to recognize the accomplishments of the top American-born player in college hockey each season, the USA Hockey College Player of the Year Award is chosen by a committee that includes many of the leading administrators and coaches from NCAA hockey. The USA Hockey College Player of the Year Award is presented by Bauer Hockey.
2010 Blake Geoffrion, Nashville, TN (University of Wisconsin)
The USA Hockey Disabled Athlete of the Year Award annually recognizes the outstanding perseverance and dedication by a disabled hockey player through demonstrating the ability to overcome obstacles in the pursuit of excellence both on and off the ice. The recipient of this award exemplifies a positive role model for all disabled hockey disciplines.
2013 Christy Gardner (Lewiston, Me.) member of the USA Warriors Ice Hockey Program
2006 Joe Howe (Washington Ice Dogs)
The President's Award is presented to individuals for outstanding contributions to the USA Hockey organization.
2013 John Coleman (Falls Church, Va.)
2010 Mike Mulhall (Matthews, N.C.)
2009 Mike Mulhall (Matthews, NC)
The Walter Yaciuk Award is presented annually to an individual who has demonstrated a consistent commitment and contribution to the coaching education and development of USA Hockey coaches. This individual has been a long term supporter of the USA Hockey Coaching Education Program and has, by example, demonstrated its values.
This award is named in honor of the late Walter Yaciuk, one of the founders of the Coaching Education Program.
A selection committee consisting of USA Hockey’s National Coach-in-Chief and the District Coaches-in-Chief determines the nominees and selects the winner.
2003 Bob McCaig (Acworth, Ga.)