The Southeastern District is divided into four Affiliate Associations: Carolina Amateur Hockey Association governing North Carolina and South Carolina, Potomac Valley Amateur Hockey Association governing Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, Southern Amateur Hockey Association governing Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee and the Statewide Amateur Hockey Association of Florida governing Florida.
Please visit this site regularly for news and information on District.
At this time, any player who has been selected to attend (or who is still in consideration for an at-large) at the National Girls Player Development Camps has been notified of her status. Only players who have been cleared to attend one of the three National Girls Player Development camps as of May 13th are listed here. If there is a change in status for any player who is currently "in consideration" as of May 13th, that change will be communicated directly to the player on June 17th, the next National Notification Timeline. If a player who is currently “in consideration” is cleared to attend a National Girls Player Development Camp on the next National Notification Timeline date, her name will be added to this list at that point.
Congratulations to the 2019 Southeastern District Player Development Selectees!
Looking for a tournament? All tournaments shown on our schedule are USA Hockey sanctioned events. To have your tournament listed, please follow the instructions for sanctioning a tournament. Tournaments are added to the schedule after approval from the Southeastern District Registrar.
To sanction your tournament, please mail your Invitational Tournament Application, tournament rules and a check for the sanction fee to the appropriate Associate Registrar listed below.
District of Columbia, Maryland
Bob Otte, email@example.com
Beth Lenz, firstname.lastname@example.org
North Carolina, South Carolina
Jessica Westphal, email@example.com
Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee
David Polk, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cindy Friedman, email@example.com
For questions regarding this policy, please contact the Associate Registrar serving your state.
Each year, USA Hockey publishes its Annual Guide, which details the organization's administrative structure, programs and philosophy, bylaws, rules and regulations and much more.
The Official Playing Rules provides consistency for all participants, to ensure a safe and positive playing environment while continuing to focus on skill development and enjoyment of the sport.
The USA Hockey Mobile Rulebook is the digital version of the current USA Hockey Rulebook. Use the search bar or click on 'Sections' to navigate the vast hockey resources including rules, descriptions, casebook examples and videos. All content can be shared on Facebook and Twitter.
Click here to learn more and find download links for your devices.
Club Excellence is an online portal system designed to give USA Hockey associations a unique home to drive organizational success. The portal walks youth hockey leadership through the day-to-day needs of running a successful youth hockey association.
To access, the local association President or Vice President would need to submit through the link below. Once confirmed, they can invite the rest of the board to join them in the portal. Each leader has a job description, monthly tasks and a resource center with quick reference templates / best practice guides that relates to their association role.
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.
What is it like to play on full ice as a 8 year old?
To demonstrate how a full sheet of ice looks to a child, USA Hockey put adult players on an extra large rink with giant nets to simulate what a child sees. The players found the games tiring, difficult and said they would lose interest quickly in the sport if that was what they faced. See how adult players opened their eyes to what is being taught by the American Development Model of cross-ice hockey and small area games. Learn more at ADMKids.com.