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2021 Little Stormhawks Preseason Camp

Registration Deadline: Noon, Sunday Sept 12!

Contact Info

Contact Jessica Reinhardt, Mite Camp Director at with any questions.

CCHA Hockey Day at HockeyStop

October 3rd | 10am - 6pm
Hockey Stop | 460 W 79th St, Chanhassen

  • Hockey Gear Fitting and Guidance (bring your player and their gear)
  • Learn about how different sharpening techniques can help your players as they grow
  • Custom Skate Profile Analysis
  • Special in-store discounts for CCHA members

Any questions, email HockeyStop at

Little Stormhawks Camp: Sept. 19 - Oct. 24, 2021

All Rookie Mite (Pre-K) and 1st-Time Skaters (Child is Kindergartner+ or age 5+ and it is their 1st time playing organized hockey) can try hockey for FREE for 6 weeks.

CCHA Little Stormhawks Preseason Camp is for Boys and/or Girls ages 4 – 9.

Give your skaters a head start on the 2021 season with the CCHA Little Stormhawks Preseason Camp: a 6-week camp leading up to the start of the CCHA season.  Camp begins Sunday, Sept. 19th and then is held on every Sunday through Oct. 24th at the Chaska Community Center Ice Arena, Rink 2.

  • 1st-Time Skater (Child is Kindergartner+ or age 5+ and it is their 1st time playing organized hockey). Please register your child as a "1st-Time Skater age 5-9".
  • Rookie Mite (Pre-K)
  • Termite (K),
  • Girls Only 6U (K/1st grade) and Girls Only 8U (2nd-3rd grade)
  • Mini-Mite (1st grade)
  • Mites (2nd-3rd grade)
  • 6 Ice Sessions
  • Optional Open Skate each week for additional ice time
  • Camp Jersey Included
  • Cost is Free for Rookie mites and first-time skaters, $85 for all other levels

See below for information on:

  • CCHA Hockey Day at HockeyStop!
  • Help coach/on-ice organize - Volunteers needed
  • Equipment required

2021 Mite Camp Schedule

Try Hockey For Free 12:00 - 1:00pm
Rookie 1:00 - 1:30pm
Termites 1:30 - 2:30pm
6U/8U Girls 2:45 - 3:45pm
Mini Mites 3:45 - 4:45pm
Mites Group 1 5:00 - 6:00pm
Mites Group 2 6:00 - 7:00pm
Open Hockey! 7:15 - 8:15pm (last Sunday ends at 7:45pm)

2021 Little Stormhawks Mite Camp Registration Guidelines

2021 Little Stormhawks Mite Camp registrations age guidelines DOB between 6/1/2012 - 5/31/2017

Regular Season Age Classification 2021-2022 for Boys/Girls playing Mites:

  • Rookie Mites (Pre-k boys/girls DOB: 6/1/16 - 5/31/17)
  • Termites (Kindergarten boys/girls DOB: 6/1/15 - 5/31/16)
  • Mini-Mites (1st Grade boys/girls DOB: 6/1/14 - 5/31/15)
  • Mites* (2nd-3rd Grade boys/girls DOB: 6/1/12 - 5/31/14)

Regular Season Age Classification 2021-2022 for Girls playing  on a Girls Only 6U or 8U Team:

  • 6U (Kindergarten/1st Grade girls DOB: 6/1/14 - 5/31/16)
  • 8U* (2nd/3rd Grade girls DOB: 6/1/12 - 5/31/14)

*Those players that are born between June 1st and July 1st have the option of playing up with their current grade level.

More information available from MN Hockey here.

Questions? New to hockey? Email us @

Hockey Gear Required

CCHA Pre-Season Mite Camp participants are required to wear the following hockey gear:

  • Hockey Skates
  • Hockey Helmet with Face Mask
  • Mouth Guard (with strap – attached to the Face Mask)
  • Neck Guard
  • Hockey Gloves
  • Shin Pads
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Elbow Pads
  • Hockey Stick – wood stick, composite stick or similar (NOTE: no plastic street hockey sticks or plastic blades)
  • Hockey Socks that go over the shin pads or Sweatpants if not wearing Hockey Socks
  • Athletic Supporter (with cup protector for boys and pelvic protector for girls)
  • Hockey Pants/Breezers (suspenders if needed to hold up the Pants/Breezers)
  • Hockey Garter Belt to hold up the Hockey Socks (if not already built into the Athletic Supporter)
A limited amount of hockey gear may be available for first time participants to borrow while trying hockey for free. If this is a need, please contact us at to arrange prior to camp start date.

2021 CCHA Little Stormhawks Preseason Camp Details

CCHA Little Stormhawks Preseason Camp focuses on the fundamentals and fun of hockey.

Kids will learn and develop basic to advanced skating techniques based on each player and level ability. Forward, backward, cross-overs, edge work, skating with the puck, shooting the puck, fun drills, games and more.

Players are grouped into their appropriate age groups and skill levels in order to maximize development. CCHA Little Stormhawks Preseason Camp specifically works on fundamentals designed for each group level: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
We understand that growing hockey while building a winning program is based on developing our youngest skaters.
We proudly coach to the USA hockey's ADM model, check out more info on the ADM website here:

Interested in being a Coach for the Mite Camp?

We rely on on-ice volunteers to help make the Mite Camps run smoothly. If you are able to stand on your skates, can smile, encourage kids and be patient; then please come out on the ice! All you need for equipment is a helmet, skates, and a stick.  We also need help getting the equipment (goals/nets/cones/tires etc on and off the ice before and after each ice session. 

Contact the Mite Camp Director at for questions or more details. Also, when registering your child, check the box and fill out the section for On-Ice Helpers/Coaches. You can indicate which sessions you're willing to help with on our Sign-up.

Coaching Requirements

Mite/8U Coaches Need the Following BEFORE you can be on the ice:

  1. USA Hockey Registration as a coach (need each year)
  2. MITE/8U age Module (good until coach moves to anther level i.e. U10, U12, etc
  3. USA Hockey SafeSport Cert (good for 2 years)
  4. Background check form filled on - MN Hockey Website
  5. Use CCHA login credentials: Association - Chaska/Chanhassen, District: 6
  6. CDC Concussion Certification and Form
  7. CCHA Coaching application

Prior to 12/31 - The coach must attend a CEP Level 1 class. If they are not a CEP level 1 on Jan 1st they can not coach.

For more information please see the coach registration page: Become a Coach

NOTE:  Mite Camp Coaches only need USA Hockey number, Background Check and Safesport prior to being on ice. Those moving on to coach this season will have costs reimbursed. If you have any questions, please reach out to our Mite Commissioner at

Hockey Moms

Looking to connect with other hockey moms? Stop by the Moms on Ice table to learn how you can get connected. 

At Moms on Ice, we plan and execute fun, engaging events that unite our athletes, their families and friends, local businesses and organizations. Because when we all come together everyone wins. 

You can connect with them online! Find them on Facebook.