As of March 11, 2019 Cadillac Peewee Gold season will officially end. The 2018/19 Season roster will be disbanded and page removed. If you have any questions please speak with your coach for further information.
Parents and Players please be advised that as of March 11, 2019 Cadillac Peewee Blue's season will be ended and the team disbanded from that day forward for the remainder of the 2018/19 Hockey season.
Please see Chris Piskor for further information on this.
In this area, you will be able to register your first-year player.
You will also find useful links that will guide you as a parent along the way.
If you have any questions along the way feel free to contact any of our growth committee members, they will be more than happy to assist you along the way.
Cadillac Area Hockey Associations growth committee members are:
Growth Committee Chair/ Mini Mite (6U) Coach
CAHA President/ Peewee Coach
CAHA Public Relations Chair/ Safe Sport Coordinatr
The Wex Manager/ Coach
If you are registering a new player for the first time the following will guide through what needs to be done.
1) You must register the player with USA Hockey at the following link:
Register with CAHA by clicking the following link. You will need your players USA Hockey confirmation number so please either print the confirmation form or write the number down so you have it.
Here is another chance to order apparel for CAHA. Orders are due No later than January 17, 2019. See Sandy Foster for any questions you may have. All payments are done online unless arrangements are made with Sandy.
Do you want your son or daughter needs to start from the begining? The Wex offers free learn to skate for children ages 3-7. This program offers the child a safe learning environment and instructors who have been skating for years. Some of the Learn To Skate instructors are Cadillac Area Hockey Association coaches.
CAHA and DTE Energy would like to congratulate the following players for completing their 2017 5000 Puck Challenge.
Sportsmanship is one of the key elements we teach our children when they play. Weather it is a junkyard football game or an organized event such as a hockey game, football game or any other game. It takes a lot of discipline and strength to be a good sport, and I feel that these moments need to be highlighted. Not only do these moments show good parenting but, also good coaching. CAHA has always been able to pride itself in how well we play the sport but, we can also take pride in the fact that we have outstanding players that at all times show top notch sportsmanship. If your player, son, or daughter show signs of such great sportsmanship send it to us and we will highlight it here in our sportsmanship corner.
Last night it looked to everyone in the rink like Brayden tipped in a goal. Even the official went to him for his number to give to the scorekeeper. Brayden fessed right up and told the official he missed the puck and the shooter actually scored it. The official asked him twice if he was sure. After the game I told him how proud I was that he told the truth about it rather than claim the goal that he easily could have. His response was "dad, I care more about being a good teammate and winning than stats, what kind of teammate would I be if I took credit for someone else's goal"
Congratulations Cadillac Pee Wee's
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Kadin, Keaston and Collin at the Turcotte Camp in Traverse City