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Registration Instructions

2020/21 Registration OPEN

The 2020/21 CAHA registration is now OPEN!!


  • Register with USA Hockey. 
    • Follow the first link below to register your player with USA Hockey.
    • If you have an existing Sports Engine account, you will be prompted to use that information. 
    • If you are new, please create an account.  You will receive an activation email to your email account.
    • Always save your login and password information for future use. 

Step 2: Register with CAHA

*** Complete Step 1 above *** 

  • Locate the link below to register with CAHA. 
  • You will need your USA Hockey registration number. 

REMEMBER:  Keep your user name, password and USA Hockey registration number somewhere safe for your future reference.

COACHES ONLY: Coaches Concussion Management Form

Coaches must complete the Coaches Concussion Management form.


Use this paypal link to submit payments for your CAHA bill.

Please read carefully before registering

Welcome to the 2020/21 Hockey Season! 

Cadillac Area Hockey Association participates in multiple fundraisers throughout the season, in an effort to keep player ice fees as low as possible. 

  • All families are expected to participate in fundraising.  
  • In order to register for 2020/21, all past balances must be paid in full. 


Thanks to support from Boon Sports Management, ice fees for the upcoming hockey season have been discounted as follows:

Cross ice - $200

Squirt - $450

Peewee - $700

Bantam - $950

Payment schedule

$100 due at registration

40% will be due on November 1

30% due on January 1

30% due on March 1

Example of payment schedule:

Squirt fee is $450

Due at registration $100 (remaining balance $350)

November 1 (40%)________ $140

($225 yearbook ad payment)

January 1 (30%)______ $105

March 1 (30%) ______$105

For special payment arrangements or questions, please contact Ryan "Duke" Schultz at

3 easy ways to make a payment: 

  • At the Wex in our locked payment box just inside the pro-shop.
  • MAIL to:  CAHA PO Box 1023 Cadillac, MI. 49601. 
  • **** Paypal **** Use the link above. 


Hockey Scholarships

Thanks to some generous donors, the Cadillac Area Hockey Association has a scholarship fund set aside to help families that have difficulties paying their ice bills.  If you are in need of some financial assistance please fill out the Scholarship Application below, and return it by November 10,2019

All award decisions are at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee and are kept confidential.

Awards are given only when funds are available.

Applications can be mailed to: CAHA, PO Box 1023, Cadillac, MI 49601


Check out the form below for the full Terms and Conditions of the SLAPSHOT DISCOUNT PROGRAM offered by CAHA.


Below are the links that parents must complete in order to enter locker rooms or to volunteer in the penalty box. 

Parent Volunteer Registration

In order for a parent to enter the locker rooms at any event or to volunteer in the penalty box, the following must be completed:

Step 1:  Register with USA Hockey using the link below. 

Step 2:  Complete background check using the link below.   

Step 3:  Complete the Safe Sport Training using the link below.  

CAHA Thanks you for your willingness to volunteer and help!

STEP 1: USA Hockey registration

Click on the link and follow the link for Ice Managers/ Volunteers.

STEP 2: Background check

Click the link below to complete your USA Hockey background check. Scroll down and click on Michigan Amateur Hockey Association. Scroll down on this page until you find: Local Volunteers, Locker Room Monitors, State & Local Board Members and All Others Begin Here. Follow instructions.

STEP 2: Background Check for all who wish to enter locker rooms.

Must complete this background check in order to enter locker rooms with players.

STEP 3: Safe Sport Training

Parents must also complete this Safe Sport Training in order to enter locker rooms during the season.

STEP 3: Safe Sport Training

This is the final step in being able to accompany your child into the locker rooms.