We are excited to offer the opportunity to participate on a variety of levels for the fall season of “Home Town Hockey” in Chelsea. Home ice for CHA programs is at the Arctic Coliseum, located on Old Manchester Road just off M-52. You may obtain information about CHA programs, registration information, schedules and other CHA news from our web site.
Email coach Colby Parks
Classes will be divided up into:
Please check out our full ADM page for detailed program information.
U6/U8/Squirt through Midget Divisions: The emphasis is on a low-keyed, fun program that provides for the continuing development of individual and team hockey skills. Spring teams use eleven (11) ice times for each team. Fall teams use fifty (50) ice times with full and shared ice as scheduled. In addition, power skating sessions and off-ice sessions are scheduled for fall house teams. The individual coaches will determine the use of each ice time, based on CHA approval. All players will be evaluated for team placement. Individuals at each level, who do not have skills required for team placement, will be referred to the Learn to Play Hockey program. Evaluation sessions are scheduled by team divisions, which are based on the birth year of the player. Players should select the evaluation session that includes their birth year. All evaluations will be held at the Arctic Coliseum. Full equipment is required.
Squirt through Midget Divisions. CHA Travel programs are designed for the very skilled player and require a high level of commitment from players and parents. Per 1998 MAHA ruling, A level teams are limited to first year players. Travel tryouts are scheduled by team division, which is based on birth year of the player. All tryouts will be held at the Arctic Coliseum. Full equipment is required and a fee will be charged for each session. Please contact coaches for additional information.
The CHA currenlty has an opening for the Girls Hockey Director. If you are interest in filling this position please contact Rick Westcott.