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GCCC Stick and Puck in Santa Fe
    GCCC in Santa Fe will have a Stick and Puck...
2016-2017 Registration is OPEN
Registration for the 2016-2017 season is now open for all age...
More Volunteers Needed
Los Alamos Hockey Association needs your help! Our kids are...
Hilltoppers-Wreaths Across America
Los Alamos Hilltopper Hockey is supporting Wreaths Across America...
GCCC Hockey Season Reminder 2016-17
September 14, 2016   Hello Teams/Coaches, (Please...
Required Forms
Thank you for registering for the LAHA all Program in SF. Please...
Concussion Training
  Mandatory Concussion Training  New Mexico Coaches...
MANDATORY USAH Requirements For Volunteers
  Lori Hinojosa is LAHA's new SafeSport Coordinator....
LAHA Executive Board
The nomination process for the LAHA Executive Board is complete....
GCCC Stick and Puck in Santa Fe
GCCC in Santa Fe will have a Stick and Puck session Nov 12th for any interested players. See info below. 

A stick and puck has been added to Saturday 11/12/16.




8:30 - 9:30AM


Stick and Puck



$6.00 / $8.00



Thank you,


Haemi Rogers, M.S.

GCCC Adult Hockey League Coordinator

Work: 505-955-4032

Cell: 505-603-9515

Fax: 505-955-4090



by posted 10/26/2016
2016-2017 Registration is OPEN

Registration for the 2016-2017 season is now open for all age divisions.  

Please read for clarification, and if it is still unclear please ask. 


Atom Registration for Birth Year 2009 and later: First time player ages 7 and under may register free for the first half of the season, Phase IReturning Atoms of any age will need to pay for registration. If your player is Birth Year 2009 and has played before they will be a Mite, and should register under Recreational House or NMHRL (see below).

Recreation House and NMRHL 

Recreational House: The Mite (8U-Birth Year 2008 and 2009), Squirt (10U-Birth Year 2006 and 2007), Peewee (12U-Birth Year 2004 and 2005), Bantam (14U-Birth Year 2003 and 2002), Midget (18U-Birth  Year 1998 and younger) levels offer a “Recreational House Only” which requires no travel outside of Los Alamos.  All games and practices will be held in Los Alamos!  This option may appeal to those families who wish to limit their travel and time commitment, or those who are brand new to hockey and are looking for a way to test out the sport.

NMRHL: If your athlete wishes to play in games against other New Mexico recreational hockey teams (NMRHL), in addition to house league games, choose the Recreational House and NMRHL option. Most families will want to register for this option. This will require you to travel to Santa Fe, Taos, Albuquerque and Rio Rancho to play games.

High School ages register for the highest level team on which they plan to play, see below for explainations on the differences between Midget Developmental or Varsity.

High School

High school aged athletes should register for the highest level team on which they plan to play, Midget Developmental (formerly known as JV) or Varsity. Players born in 2002 have many options, Bantam, Midget Developmental, or Varsity (if selected). Register that player for the highest level team on which they plan to play. If they would like to play with the Midget Developmental team they only need to sign up for that and they will be eligible to play at the Bantam level as well; the higher fee covers play at both levels. If they do not want to play with the Midget Developmental team then they will need to register for Bantams. The key is to register the player for the HIGHEST level team for which they will play games.

Register here: http://register.lahockey.org

by posted 10/20/2016
More Volunteers Needed

Los Alamos Hockey Association needs your help! Our kids are provided a wonderful hockey season because of the work of fabulous volunteers. We need more!!


LAHA hosts two festivals, Holiday Hockey Festival and the 3v3 Cross ice Jamboree, for recreational teams across NM, TX and CO. We have even hosted teams from California. These events need people to help organize and run them. Without volunteers these events can not happen. Please let me know if you are able to help LAHA and our players keep these festivals going for another year. 


Holiday Hockey Festival: Dec 27 and 28 for Peewees/Minis and Dec 29 and 30 for Squirts/Mites


3v3 Jamboree: Jan 28 and 29 for 8U and 6U

If this opportunity isn't for you, LAHA can use you in other ways, email for more information. 

Thank you for your help, 


Susan Oldham

LAHA President

by posted 10/20/2016
Hilltoppers-Wreaths Across America

Los Alamos Hilltopper Hockey is supporting Wreaths Across America as a fundraiser. They will be putting wreaths at the Santa Fe National Cemetery. Find a HS hockey player if you are interested in supporting high school hockey in Los Alamos and recognize and appreciate our veterans at the same time.

Please check-out our Wreaths Across America page and click 'Donate' to place a wreath on a veterans grave on December 17th. ALSO, please share this page with your friends, so we can get closer to our goal of coverage every veteran grave in…

by posted 10/13/2016
GCCC Hockey Season Reminder 2016-17

September 14, 2016


Hello Teams/Coaches, (Please forward this to everyone associated with your organizations)


To start our 2016-17 youth hockey season I wanted to send out this reminder about policies and procedures.


  • No curbside drop off for skaters under 11 years old, guardians must be present with skaters until the coach has arrived and takes over supervision and must be present when ice time ends
  • All skaters/patrons must stop at the front desk to check in, please be courteous to the front desk staff
  • Rentals that begin before or after facility hours – access/policies/procedures apply
  • All access to games or practices will be 30 minutes before scheduled on ice time
  • If the facility is open when your rental begins all access and exits must be through the front main entrance doors
  • Guardians are responsible for supervising their spectators and spectators must remain in the ice arena with guardians
  • No floor hockey / using of sticks off ice or in locker rooms (Safety and facility damage)
  • USA Hockey has rules and policies for Safe Sport/Locker Rooms/ Background Checks / On Ice Coaching
  • Locker rooms will be locked until a coach or authorized volunteer arrives and gets the key from the skate shop
  • Locker rooms should be left in the same condition as they were received, cleaning fees may apply if abused, staff may walk through with coaches if needed
  • Questions? Please contact me
  • Please see our GCCC Patron Code of Conduct below



GCCC Patron Code of Conduct

The Community Services Department strives to provide a friendly, safe and enjoyable family atmosphere for all patrons.

In order to maintain a pleasant environment, all patrons of the facility must refrain from the following list of infractions.

  • Actions interfering or disrupting the ability of staff to provide a safe, family environment.
  • Failure to follow staff directions.
  • No Alcohol, drugs or illegal substances allowed on GCCC property.
  • Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs resulting in even the slightest degree of impairment, or dealing or possession of illegal substances.
  • Use of foul, offensive or abusive language.
  • Harassment, intimidation or any other type of behavior that interferes with someone's ability to use the center, including sexual harassment and creating a hostile environment for others.
  • Any physical or violent altercation with another person or staff.
  • Bringing any type of weapon into the Center, or onto the grounds of the facility.
  • Disregarding posted rules and misuse and or abuse of facility equipment.
  • Causing physical damage to anyone's personal property.
  • Theft of property belonging to other patrons or staff.
  • Disruption of public or private activities.

This list should not be construed to be a complete list, but rather is representative of the types of behavior that are deemed to be unacceptable.

Staff of the Chavez Center is committed to ensuring that all patrons follow the Code of Conduct so that nothing interferes or disrupts their ability to provide a safe family environment.

When patrons fail to abide by the Code of Conduct staff may ask a patron to leave the facility for a set period of time, up to and including permanent suspension.

In the event that an individual fails to follow staff direction, the Santa Fe Police Department will be contacted for assistance.

Please be aware of and comply with all posted rules in the facility.


Thank you,


Tom Miller

Ice Arena Manager

Direct: 505-955-4031

Fax: 505-955-4090

Cell: 505-553-5888



by posted 09/14/2016
Required Forms

Thank you for registering for the LAHA all Program in SF. Please print out the following forms, fill them out, and bring them to the first practice...


The following forms must be completed by the appropriate individual and submitted to the team manager at the beginning of the current season:

Consent to Treat & Medical History Form (Each Player)

Player Code of Conduct (Each Player)

Participant Code of Conduct (Each Player)

Parent Code of Conduct (Each Parent)

Substance and Physical Abuse Policy (Each Player)


by posted 09/02/2016
Concussion Training
Mandatory Concussion Training 
New Mexico Coaches and Team Manages of "Travel Teams" and "High School Teams" are required to complete Concussion Training. Please go to 

by posted 09/02/2016
MANDATORY USAH Requirements For Volunteers


Lori Hinojosa is LAHA's new SafeSport Coordinator. Please read the following and complete the necessary steps before Sept 1, 2016 or interaction with children. 


Volunteer Requirements

LAHA Adult Volunteer registration is open and ready for the 2016-17 season- volunteers must register- it's free.

USAH requires volunteers to have a background screening as well as SafeSport Training (takes about 2 hrs.) prior to any volunteer activity.

These are mandatory, and are good for two years. If you completed a SafeSport training two years ago, then you only need to complete the refresher course this year (not as long as initial training).

If you are someone who falls with in the listed positions below, please complete these items ASAP.

PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE POST- there are links and instructions you must follow.

Per the USA Hockey Safe Sport Program Handbook those who need to be screened include:

1. Members of the LAHA Board of Directors

2. Local program administrators

3. Coaches

4. Team managers

5. Officials (over 18)

6. Locker room monitors

7. Team drivers (unless professional transportation companies are used)

8. Travel chaperones

9. Anyone with regular, routine or frequent access to youth participants

We may require that additional persons be screened.


Please check to see if your name appears onhttp://www.newmexicohockey.org/page/show/829216-good-to-go the "Good To Go" list first.

Screenings are good for 2 years, and you may have been cleared for this season already from a previous screening. Only proceed if your name doesn't appear on the list or if it is in RED.

Screenings cost a considerable amount of money, please only do them every two years.

If your name doesn't appear, please proceed to the link below, this part is very quick.

The website is: https://loeaha.volunteerportal.net/    password: hockeyiscool

Please remember, the background screenings can take 2 - 4 business days, and then have to be manually entered on the LOEAHA site. Therefore, should you not see your name on the list after 4 days, please email me directly before running another unnecessary screening.


This part takes a couple of hours, but is required. Remember, you do the initial training with a subsequent 'refresher' course every two years.

First, you must register as coach, referee, or volunteer on the USAH website, a membership number is required for the training. https://www.usahockeyregistration.com/login_input.action

Once registration has been completed, then please proceed to the SafeSport training page.


Please keep a copy of your training certificate for your records.


by posted 08/29/2016
LAHA Executive Board

The nomination process for the LAHA Executive Board is complete. Renee Dunwoody, Kathi Fisher, and Jeff Goettee were up for reelection. Three positions were open, all three agreed to run again, and we received no new nominations. Therefore, no voting is necessary. This is the elected executive board, by default. 


Kevin Brake

Renee Dunwoody

Kathi Fisher

Jeff Goettee

Susan Oldham

by posted 08/09/2016
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