Southern California Amateur Hockey Association is the governing body for competitive and developmental youth hockey on Southern California and is sanctioned by the California Amateur Hockey Association as part of USA Hockey.

Known by the acronym SCAHA, the association was formed in 1974 [1] and officially lists 23 member hockey clubs.[2] SCAHA is the largest youth hockey league in the Western United States.[3]

SCAHA LeadershipEdit

SCAHA Executive Committee:

  • Robert Doherty, Commissioner
  • Sandy Blumberg, Deputy Commissioner
  • Bob Driffill, Treasurer
  • Nancy Hodge, Ace Coaching Coordinator
  • John Siberstein, Legal Counsel/Parliamentarian
  • Rosemary Voulelikas, Secretary

SCAHA Staff:

  • Annie Fisher, Statistician
  • Wendy Goldstein, Director of Member Services
  • Chris Carcerano, Ice Convener

2009-2010 SeasonEdit

For the 2009-2010 season, 22 clubs are participating in competition ranging from the Mite through Midget levels.

A total of 156 teams are competing under to auspices of SCAHA — with 37 at the tier level and another 119 at the developmental travel level. There are seven exhibition teams, five for the Lady Ducks and two Select Girls teams.[4]

The teams compete in one of the following playing levels: Mite, Squirt B, Squirt A, PeeWee B, PeeWee A, PeeWee AA, Bantam B, Bantam A, Bantam AA, Midget 16U A, Midget 16U AA, Midget 18U A, Midget 18U AA.

Participating clubsEdit

  • Anaheim Jr. Ducks
  • Anaheim Wildcats
  • Bakersfield Dragons
  • Bay Harbor Red Wings
  • Beach City Lightning
  • California Golden Bears
  • California Stars
  • California Wave
  • Channel Islands Riptide
  • Jr. Reign
  • LA Hockey Club
  • La Jolla Jaguars
  • Los Angeles Jr. Kings
  • OC Hockey Club
  • Ontario Eagles
  • Pasadena Maple Leafs
  • San Diego Gulls
  • San Diego Ice Arena Hockey Club
  • San Diego Saints
  • Valencia Express
  • Ventura Mariners
  • West Valley Wolves

Participating Rinks Edit

  • Aliso Viejo Ice Palalce
  • The Rinks: Anaheim Ice
  • Bakersfield Ice Sports Center
  • Center Ice Arena - Ontario
  • Channel Islands Ice Center
  • Culver City Ice Arena
  • East West Ice Palace
  • Isoplex - Simi Valley (formerly Easy Street Arena)
  • Glacial Gardens Skating Arena - Lakewood
  • Ice Town Arena - La Jolla
  • Iceoplex - Escondido
  • KHS Ice Arena
  • Kroc Center Ice Arena
  • Ontario Ice Skating Center
  • Orange County Ice Palace
  • Paramount Iceland
  • Pasadena Skating Center
  • Pickwick Ice Arena
  • San Diego Ice Arena
  • Skating Edge Ice Center
  • Toyota Sports Center
  • Valencia Ice Station
  • Valley Ice Center
  • Van Nuys Iceland

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