All players need to be registered with USA Hockey and Casper Amateur Hockey Club before taking the ice.
CAHC offers eight (8) divisions of hockey:
- 6U (under 6 years of age: 4-6 years old)
- 8U (7-8 years of age)
- Squirt (under 10 years of age)
- Pee Wee (under 12 years of age)
- Girls (ages 10-19 years of age)
- Bantam (under 14 years of age)
- High School/Midget (under 18 years of age)
The level of play within each division (8U through High School/Midget) may include a House program (recreational), a Wyoming Amateur Hockey League (WAHL) team (Squirt division and higher), and a Travel Tournament team (tryouts required for Squirt division and higher with potential travel in and out-of state). The number of registrants in each division will dictate the number of teams and what levels of play will be offered (House, WAHL, and/or Travel).
All CAHC players are ambassadors of the organization and the City of Casper which they represent, especially when playing games outside of the Casper area. The CAHC encourages all players to be as competitive as possible, but to play within the rules of the game, with respect to the officials and their decisions, with respect to the rules of the game, and maintaining his/her self control on the ice at all times.”
In the Casper Amateur Hockey Club all players will be given:
- the opportunity to learn the game of hockey.
- the opportunity to play the game of hockey.
- a safe environment in which to play the game of hockey.
- instruction on proper technique and skill development.
- the opportunity to experience the joy of victory and the acceptance of defeat.the promise that each member of the organization, whether player, volunteer or staff, should seek to perform each aspect of the game to the highest level of his or her ability.
- the promise that each member of the organization, whether player, volunteer or staff, should seek to perform each aspect of the game to the highest level of his or her ability.
- Parents are role models for all players on the ice. Respect visiting players and their parents. Be supportive and positive! Let the officials look after the game. Games are to be enjoyed by everyone.
Points to remember:
- Come prepared
- Give support
- Get to the rink on time
- Show respect to teammates and coaches
- Practice good sportsmanship at all times
- Express yourself appropriately
- Work hard at practice and games