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Congrats to those State Camp participants selected to move on to the Rocky Mountain District camps. 

Kyra Yu
Mina Maciunas
Alice Peterson
Gabrielle Hicks
Grace Hicks
Thomas Hendry
Lindros Beard
Kaleb Combs
Hunter Byers
Will Miele
Jesse Guyer
Kody Goodwin
Karl Zodda
Jake Rotzler
Taylor Mellon
Jamahl Eakett
Tristan Slot
Andrew Lindley
Conor Mullholand
Wyatt McNeil
Conner Mauck
Mason Mannek
Che Landikusic
Cannon Rogers
Gavin Poulsen
Zachary Jerome
Bronson Fox
Christian Phinney
Trenton Wendt
Ammon Anderson
Garrett Jackson
Bryce Miller
Brock Fizer
Aidan Lawson
Zane St Martin
Bradin Zaba

Congratulations to our Utah teams heading to Nationals!

Upcoming Events

  • May
  • 4
UAHA Board Meeting
  • 7:00pm-10:00pm (MDT) Ical_event_icon
  • E-Center - Grizzlies Conference Room
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  • May
  • 8
Lady Lightning Tryouts
  • May
  • 10
Lady Lightning Tryouts
  • May
  • 12
High School Hockey Board Meeting
  • Jun
  • 1
UAHA Board Meeting
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  • E-Center - Grizzlies Conference Room
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Lady Grizzlies are off to Nationals - Please Support

Congrats to Nash Worden!

Nash Worden has quietly made a name for himself over the past three seasons skating for the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League (USHL). With USHL teams routinely advancing their players to NCAA Division I schools, the defenseman added his name to the lengthy list of recruits when he committed to the U.S. Military Academy (Army) nearly a year ago. “It was very exciting,” the 19-year-old said of his decision to attend West Point. “I always pictured myself possibly being in the military, but never thought it’d pan out because of hockey and the path I’d chosen. “After (Army) reached out to me and I did research on the school, it was a no-brainer; everyone I talked to said it was an unbelievable school, surrounded by unbelievable people.” There are military bloodlines in the family, as Worden’s mother, Jennifer, was in the Air National Guard, and one of his cousins, Steven Pfister, was in the Marines. When he played with the Pikes Peak Miners in Colorado, Worden, the Lancers’ captain this season, lived with his second cousin, Darin Thompson, who was in the Army. A Kaysville native, Worden got his start on the ice playing for the Davis County Wind after his father, Darin, founded the Davis County Youth Hockey Association. He also played for the Utah Stars and Utah Jr. Grizzlies and credits his family and Darryl Olsen and Chrissy Alesch as coaches who helped him recognize his talent. “I started to skate after my father and I watched the Colorado Avalanche win the Stanley Cup in 2001,” said Worden, who began his junior career in the North American Hockey League with the Wichita Falls Wildcats. “After that, we started to go to Utah Grizzlies games and, after that, I really wanted to start playing hockey. “Since I’ve played in Utah, the sport has grown a lot; more kids are playing and there are more coaches and resources out there for young players to learn and grow, which is helping develop more and more talent.” - Matt Mackinder - See more at: http://corubberhockey.com/marches-to-west-point-continues-for-worden/#sthash.BeBrnqTc.dpuf


All Invitational Tournaments or Mite Jamboree's should be registered through the USA Hockey Rocky Mountain District Registrar, Bruce Karinen.  All teams must be USA Hockey Registered.  

Please contact Bruce directly at 801.278.8865 

USA Hockey Safesport Program

All Coaches and Volunteers who have regular access to minors must complete the SafeSport Training.  

Adult Hockey Leagues

Congratulations Anea!

Nov. 24th, 2014
Utah hockey standout commits to Brown for 16/17 Season

Utah hockey standout, Anea Ferrario, commits to Brown University starting 2016/17 season.

After many months, and countless conversations with coaches, his parents and his advisor, the 61197lb defensemen made his choice. Once I visited Brown, I knew it was the place for me. I chose Brown because I couldnt pass up the Ivy League academics mixed with a top D1 hockey program, as well as a campus that just felt right for me and the coaching staff is a great fitFerrario said.

Ferrario started playing hockey after watching the 2002 Olympics in his home state. At 4 years old, Anea stepped on the Ice with Golden Spike to begin his journey. The journey took him from Golden Spike Hockey, to the Regulators and finally the decision to move to Colorado at age 14 to play for the Thunderbirds. Ferrario was drafted 25th overall in the 2014 USHL Prospects Draft by Bloomington. He was traded shortly after to Des Moines where he has had a chance to play a handful of games this season, while his regular team, Victory Honda U16s have off weekends. Ferrario is planning on being in Des Moines full time for the start of the 2015/16 season.

This is one of the biggest accomplishments of my life, Im dedicating four years of my life to Brown, but I know its the right choice for me, and I cant wait for my time at BrownFerrario said. Hockey has brought me so many opportunities I cant even begin to name them all. I wouldnt be the person I am today or have some of my favorite memories without hockey. So many people have helped me along the way, all my past and present coaches, Mariko, my power skating coach, and of course my biggest support team, my familyFerrario said.

Over the Boards said it best – “Brown gets huge pick up with Ferrario signing

2014-2015 Background Screening Registration


USA Hockey Patches

How to obtain USA Hockey Patches -
1.   Only the organization or team manager may request patches, patches will not be sent to individuals.
Each player is eligible for only one kind of patch per season.
3.  The only person to issue USA Hockey patches is Cathy Anderson.  Please send her a copy of the scoresheet in which the player qualified for the patch with the name of the player circled to Cathy Anderson at catherine.anderson@jordandistrict.org.
4.  Please include a physical address for her to send the patches to
5.  The patches available are Hat Trick (3 goals in one game), Playmaker (3 assists in one game), and Zero Club (shutout for goalie).


April 3,4,5 2015

Utah Olympic Oval, 5662 Cougar Lane, Kearns, Utah


Welcome to the 2015 Utah State Player Evaluation­­ Camp. We are excited that you are joining us and wish you great luck in your evaluations and tryouts.


Here are few reminders to help you through the weekend:


  • Check in starts on Friday, April 3 at 4:00pm. Please check in at least 1 hour before your first ice session.
  • Please wear the jersey assigned to you for every ice session as this is the only means by which the evaluators can identify you. (color and number).
  • Players are required to be on time and attend all ice sessions.
  • Bring your own water bottle as no water bottles will be provided.
  • Parents/spectators may not approach or engage the evaluators or coaches at any time during the camp. Failure to comply with this may result in the player disqualification from the camp.
  • Players shall wear only plain single colored socks. No team socks or helmet stickers.
  • Remember that you are evaluated at all times, both on the ice with your hockey skills and off the ice, which includes sportsmanship, work ethic and attitude.
  • Play hard, play fair and have fun. This camp is intended to be fun and filled with great hockey. Use this opportunity to make new friends.
  • Games shall be officiated and infractions will be penalized consistent with USA Hockey which will affect player ice time as the player will be directed to the end of the bench upon penalty expiration.
  • Exit interviews will be held for each age group immediately following your final ice session. Every player that wants to participate in an exit evaluation will receive approximately 5 minutes with evaluators. Questions are encourage, however, to be fair to all players, we must limit the time to approximately 5 minutes.
  • All exit interviews are done face to face on a first come, first served basis. Parents are welcome to attend and participate; however, parents may not hold places in line.



The Rocky Mountain District Camp Selections will be posted to the UAHA website by Thursday, April 9th. If you are selected to the RMD camp, you will receive further instructions by email.


If you need assistance during the camp, please contact:

      Brian Clements – Youth Council Representative and Camp Director at 801-680-8618