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CDP Youth Hockey

COYOTES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

This Coyotes Development Program is a year-round hockey program created for house/recreational hockey players starting with Mini-Mites through Bantam/Midget age divisions. It focuses on basic skill development with an introduction to team play concepts, in a FUN environment for learning. Players are given an equal opportunity to participate and are encouraged to play all positions.

The Goals of the Program are:

  • To have fun while playing hockey and engaging in physical activities.
  • To learn the fundamental skills required to play the game of hockey.
  • To create and refine basic motor patterns including: agility, balance and coordination.
  • To be introduced to the concepts of cooperation and fair play.
  • To learn good sportsmanship and to appreciate the spirit of teamwork and competition.
  • To develop friendships and make memories.
  • To prepare a player for the next desired level of hockey.

The Arizona Kachinas Hockey Association is the exclusive girls hockey association in the state of Arizona. The Kachinas Development program, consisting of all female rosters, plays in the CDP league at Ice Den Scottsdale and Ice Den Chandler alongside boys teams. The Kachinas offer an 8U/10U combo team playing in the Mite division (Scottsdale & Chandler), a 10U/12U combo team playing in the Squirt division (Scottsdale & Chandler), and a 12U/14U combo team playing in the Peewee division (Scottsdale only).

 

Benefits of playing for the Kachinas include:

  • One additional, optional ice time per week
  • Goalie coaching
  • Opportunities for additional games against other Kachinas teams
  • Mites participate in Mite Jamborees
  • Kachinas jersey and apparel

 

Note: There will be an additional $300 - $500 association fee that is not included in CDP registration fee.


ANNUAL PROGRAMS

The CDP offers year-round programming for its players through fall/winter league-play, spring and summer sessions, skills clinics and camps.

  • Prep Camp
  • Fall/Winter Evaluations
  • Fall/Winter League Play
  • Fall/Winter Playoffs
  • CDP All-Stars
  • Spring 3x3
  • Summer 4x4
  • Hot Dawg Hockey Camp
  • Safety Skills & Body Protection

MANDATORY USA HOCKEY REGISTRATION

PROOF OF REGISTRATION FOR THE 2020 - 2021 SEASON MUST BE SUBMITTED
WITH ALL CDP PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS.

The Coyotes Amateur Hockey Association is a USA Hockey sanctioned program and require all participants be valid members of USA Hockey prior to participation. USA Hockey requires individuals to secure their membership direct from the USA Hockey website. 

USA Hockey Registration is Easy:

  1. Click Here to access the USA Hockey Online Registration.
  2. Once paid, ($61 total $46 to USAH, $15 to AAHA) you will enter this number in the program registration

Once on file, you will not have to provide proof of USA Hockey membership again until September 1st of the following year.


CENTER ICE FUND APPLICATION:

Application Process
Open PDF file: “Center Ice Fund Application20”
Complete: ALL required information and attach necessary documents

*Please note that a complete application consists of:
Personal Data
Employment history
W2 or 1099(s)
Pay stub from current employer
Proof of player contract or registration
Academic Information

Application must be in .pdf or word format for acceptance.
Email to: centericefund@coyotesice.com

Eligibility

  • Any registered Coyotes Amateur Hockey Association Player
  • Ages 5 – 17
  • Demonstrated need for financial assistance


Timeline

  • Application Period
    • July 25th - August 10th, 2020
  • Review Period
    • August 10th - August 17th, 2020
  • Notification
    • August 20th, 2020
  • Fund distribution
    • September 1, 2020
    • Awarded funds will be applied to a players hard cost fee. Funds may not be used for travel expenses

CENTER ICE FUND - SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Coyotes Amateur Hockey Association is pleased to announce the launch of the Center Ice Fund for the 2020-21 season.

The Center Ice Fund was created to align qualified Coyotes Amateur Hockey Association participants with financial aid and other resources to eliminate barriers to participation and encourage personal development through competition, teamwork and athletic achievement.

For close to twenty years, CAHA and CAHA Chandler have remained the leader in the sport of hockey in the state of Arizona. With the Coyotes Development Program, Jr Coyotes, and the Arizona Bobcats, CAHA and CAHA Chandler now encompass thirty competitive traveling teams and nearly fifty house developmental teams. While we are very proud of the association’s growth and our competitive standing on a regional and national level, we also recognize that maintaining a program of this caliber requires significant financial commitment from our participants and their families.

The Center Ice Fund was conceived to ease this burden and remove financial barriers to participation. Any currently registered CAHA/CAHA Chandler player is eligible to apply for financial assistance.  Applications will be accepted beginning July 25th, 2020 and must be submitted no later than August 10th, 2020

The Center Ice Fund is 100% supported by private donations. Individuals or businesses interested in contributing to the Center Ice Fund can email us at centericefund@coyotesice.com for more details and information as to how to get involved.  All donations made through the Center Ice Fund are tax deductible and tax donation acknowledgement will be given upon receipt.

As always, thank you for your continued support of CAHA and youth hockey in Arizona!

Mission

The Center Ice Fund aligns qualified Coyotes Amateur Hockey Association participants with financial aid and other resources to eliminate barriers to participation and encourage personal development through competition, teamwork and athletic achievement.

Guidelines

 Funds awarded, shall generally be limited to 50% or less of association fees per recipient per year.

A complete application must be submitted to the email below on or before August 10th, 2020  for the coming year.

Funds will be awarded on an objective and nondiscriminatory basis. The Center Ice Fund committee will review all applications and will notify all applicants that are awarded by August 20th, 2020.

In the event a player, who has received financial aid leaves the CDP Program during the season, the Center Ice Fund reserves the right to have 100% of the funds returned to the Center Ice Fund.


Scott Munroe

Scott Munroe

Director of Youth Hockey Development - Chandler

Kristy Aguirre

Kristy Aguirre

Executive Director