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2019-20 Mite Ice Time Structure

Ice Time Structure November - December:

Weekend: 2 Ice touches (1 Saturday and 1 Sunday)

  • Shared Ice Practices with 3-4 Teams
    • ADM Station Practices
  • Half-Ice In House Hockey Games/Scrimmages

Weekday: 1 Ice touch

  • Shared Ice Practice with 3-4 Teams
    • ADM Station Practices

Ice Time Structure January - March:

Weekend: 2 Ice touches (1 Saturday and 1 Sunday)

South and West Teams:

  • Shared Practice with 1 Other Team
    • Zone/half-ice/full-ice Practices
  • Full-Ice In House Scrimmages and vs. D6 Games

East Teams:

  • Shared Practice with 4 Teams
    • ADM Station Practices
    • Half-Ice In House Scrimmages and vs. D6 Games 

Weekday: 1 Ice touch

  • Shared Ice Practice with 4 Teams
    • ADM Station Practices

'Hockey Parent 101' class - provided by hockeystop

HockeyStop will be offering a 'Hockey Parent 101' class before the season begins to answer all your hockey equipment related questions. 

Contact HockeyStop at Sharper.Skates@HockeyStopUSA.com

to sign up for a class!

http://www.hockeystopusa.com/

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The place to go for all your hockey questions

460 West 79th Street, Chanhassen, MN 55317

 

 

Mite Coaching Minimum Requirements

1) Background check – Good for 2 years, the season in which completed, plus the following season. 

2) SafeSport – Good for 2 years.  Completed in 2017-18 or more recent.

3) Age Group Specific Modules – Mite coaches minimum requirement is U8, does not expire.

4) Concussion – Required every hockey season.

5)CEP Level – Mites level 1 or higher, does not expire.

Link to check USA Hockey CEP level and Age Module

http://www.usahockey.com/page/show/893024-certification-list

Attention Interested Coaches!

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

1) USA Hockey Registration as a coach (need each year) http://www.usahockey.com/coachingcertification

2) MITE/8U age Module (good until coach moves to anther level i.e. U10, U12, etc http://www.usahockey.com/coachingcertification

3) USA Hockey SafeSport Cert (good for 2 years) http://www.usahockey.com/safesporttraining

4) Background check form filled on - MN Hockey Website http://screening.minnesotahockey.org/

Use CCHA login credentials: Association - Chaska/Chanhassen, District: 6

5) CDC Concussion Certification and Form

https://www.cdc.gov/headsup/youthsports/index.html.

6) 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:

http://www.cchockey.org/page/show/437057-news-for-coaches


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Sponsored by Twin Cities Orthopedic

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Mite Sponsors

Thank you to our Sponsors! 

Please click on each image to visit their website for more information!

 

Sponsored by Gray Pines Wealth Management

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Sponsored by Breakaway Hockey

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Sponsored by HockeyStop

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Sponsored by Starkey Hearing Technologies

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Do you own a local business?  Work for a company that supports sponsorships of youth sports?

The Chaska Chanhassen Hockey Association (CCHA) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit youth sports organization with a mission to offer a competitive hockey experience to boys and girls in Chaska, Chanhassen, Victoria, Carver and surrounding communities. CCHA has 600+ players that range in age from 5 – 18, representing over 450 families and nearly 2,000 family members.

In order to make hockey affordable, we are asking our community business partners to help sponsor certain high profile elements of our program. Corporate sponsorships allow CCHA to keep recreational and competitive hockey available to all players, regardless of their financial situation.

All of our sponsor levels are affordable, offer a great value, and may be tax deductible.

Contact Mark Heinert at mites@cchockey.org

Thank you for your support!

Mite League Structure and Age Groups

What are the Mite Levels in the CCHA?

  • Rookie Mites (Pre-K age boys and girls)
  • Termites (Kindergarten age boys and girls) or Girls 6U (Kindergarten age girls)
  • Mini-Mites (1st Grade age boys and girls) or Girls 6U (Kindergarten age girls)
  • Mites (2nd/3rd Grade age boys and girls) or Girls 8U (2nd/3rd Grade age girls)

Mite Hockey - Fun and Games


Off Season Dryland Practice

Here are a few videos of mite level skills that you can be working on any time you are not on the ice.  The best way to improve your on ice stickhandling and shooting skills is to also practice them off ice.

Stickhandling Dryland

Shooting Technique & Dryland

Hockey Nation - Music and Video

Big Shot

110 Percent

Agent 88 Stickhandling

Team Work

State of Hockey - MN Wild Anthem

U of M - Gophers - MN Rouser

Dude Perfect Hockey Edition

Goalie Gun

Zamboni Check

Flash Fans

Minnesota Wild Goal Horn

Stadium Chant - Zombie Nation