AIHA Womens Rep team trials

2014 sees some major changes to the National Womens Hockey tournament, with a round robin tournament being staged over the next few months. More information is available here. Trials start this Thursday , 28 August 2014 at Botany from 18:45 to 19:45.

And we have some U20 stats

The U20 Juniors stats have also been loaded. Click here for the link.

Updated AIHA Schedule

The AIHA Schedule has been updated, with a couple of changes to some SNC games in September. Click here for more information.

Peewee Stats updated

There is a mighty battle at the top of the Peewee competition, with the Hornets and the Cannons battling it out for top place in the league. Check out all the statistics, including individual player and goalie stats here.

New AIHA President and VP

Shawn Henry has resigned his position as President of the AIHA with effect from our last Board Meeting (on 21 May).  He does this reluctantly, but the pressure of running his own business has become too much and he has found himself unable to dedicate the time and  attention that his key role demanded.  The Board has accepted his decision and wishes to thank him for all he has done for the Association over many years.  We are delighted that Shawn will continue to attend our Board Meetings and will continue to do what he can, when he can, to assist us in running the Association into the future.

I am delighted to announce that Dan Biggs, Vice President, was happy to put his name forward to take Shawn's place as President and that the Board duly appointed him (in accordance with the Association's constitution) and did this unanimously.  Tim Ellis, previously our Vice President and to this point acting as a non-executive chairman, put his name forward to re-fill the Vice President role.  The Board proceeded to re-appoint him (and again it did this unanimously).

I am sure that all members of the AIHA will join me and the rest of the Board in thanking Shawn for his time and tireless efforts in the role of President and wish him well for the future; and at the same time, congratulate Dan and Tim on their new appointments.

Tomas Jonsson

Secretary AIHA



Women's League Officials

2014 Women’s National League Officials

AIHA is advertising the following positions:

1.  AIHA Women’s National League Coordinator

2.  Coach’s for the Regional League team

3.  Manager for the Regional League team.  

AIHA Women’s National League Coordinator role:
*  Organise, set up and run home games - Exact tasks still to be confirmed.
*  Work with the Manager and coach of their regional team to help organise the league team for home and away games.
*  Coordinate with the General manager of the Women’s National League - Jan Goulding.
*  Meet once a year in May / June with the League General Manager to goal set and strategically plan for the development of the league.  

PLEASE CONTACT AIHA VP Dan Biggs for more information or to express your interest in any of the above positions. Email

AIHA Ice Officials Strategy for comment

AIHA has drafted a three year strategy for the development of Ice Hockey Referees and Linesmen, and seeks comments from AIHA members. Please read the draft document here, and email your comments to by 5pm Friday 9th May.

Daily Reports from IIHF Tournaments

Both NZ Womens and Mens teams contested IIHF Tournaments in Italy and Spain respectively.

The Ice Blacks commenced their competiton in Spain on the 5th April and finished with a bronze medal. Click here for updates.

The Ice Fernz began their campaign in Asiago Italy on Sunday 6th April, and managed to finish 5th, relegating Australia to Division IIB. Click here for daily reports.


Information on the 2014 NZ National Women's league

Information is now available on the inaugural 2014 NZ Womens Ice Hockey League. The competition starts in November and runs through to March 2015 (with a break for Christmas / New Year). Click here for more information.

View past news here

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 More information will be available soon!

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Learn to Play

Learn to Play is a great initiative from the International Ice Hockey Federation. It is designed to provide children who would like to play ice hockey with a comprehensive introduction to the skills required and the basics of playing this exciting game. Click here for details on the 2014 LTP Program.

Registrations for 2014 are now OPEN

If you are thinking about playing Ice Hockey in Auckland then register now HERE.