KIHA HOCKEY SCHOOL
$75 PER PLAYER
SPECIAL GUEST INSTRUCTORS
KIHA ALUMNI AND HAWAII'S OWN
ZACH PAMAYLAON, Danbury Hat Tricks FPHL 2023 League Champions
LANCE HAMILTON, Elmira Mammoth FPHL
JORDAN NAHOI-BARICAR Team USA men's 18U FIRS World championships Silver medalist
DAILY MON - WED, 9AM - 12PM
TWO GROUPS FOR SCRIMMAGES
9AM - 945AM ON RINK
1000 - 1030 DRYLAND
1045 - 1145 ON RINK
1145 REVIEW OF DAILY SKILLS TAUGHT
FOCUS ON SKILLS
MONDAY Agility, Balance, Coordination, acceleration, forward, backward, crossover work
TUESDAY Stickhandling, passing and shooting
WEDNESDAY Scrimmages, 1- 1 fundamentals, review of previous days work
OPEN TO ALL AGE GROUPS HD APPROVAL REQUIRED
5/25, 5 spots open
Honolulu native, Jessica Koizumi returns to Oahu for a special engagement for women hockey players!
August 15th – 19th, Tuesday - Saturday
Tuesday, August 15th 7:30 – 9:00pm, $10 per player KIHA members
Wednesday, August 16th 7:30 – 9:00pm $10 per player KIHA members
Thursday, August 17th 7:30 – 9:00pm $10 per player KIHA members
Saturday, August 19th, 11:00am – 12:00pm KIHA Wahine hockey clinic $10 per player
$15 non KIHA members for any dates above
Jessica, will be working with females of all ages. On Saturday, August 19th, from 8:00 - 9:00am, she will be doing an introductory “FREE” learn to skate clinic for any female hockey player who would like the opportunity to try to start skating!
Prior to joining the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs, she participated for Cal Selects Hockey Club from 1999–2003, and was recognized as the Cal Selects Player of the Year for 2002–03. Koizumi competed for the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs and finished her career ranked seventh all-time on the Bulldogs scoring list. She accumulated 155 points (84 goals, 71 assists). In 2006–07, she led the Bulldogs with six game-winning goals. Koizumi was a two sport star and was also a member of the Bulldogs' softball program.
In her senior season (2006–07), Koizumi was the Bulldogs captain. During the semifinal match of the 2007 NCAA Women's Frozen Four, Koizumi registered two goals (including the game-winner) and an assist as the Bulldogs bested Boston College in double-overtime. The final game of her NCAA career was the championship game of the Frozen Four tournament.
Koizumi has attended the USA Hockey Women's National Festival from 2004 to 2007. In September 2007, Koizumi was selected to be part of the American contingent competing in the 2007 Four Nations Cup, held in Leksand, Sweden. From 2004 to 2006, Koizumi was a member of the United States U-22. In addition, she claimed a gold medal at the roller hockey world championships in July, 2006. At the 2008 IIHF World Women's Championship, Koizumi was part of the gold medal winning roster.
She has also represented Team USA at three Women's World InLine Hockey Championships, from 2005 to 2007 respectively. That included a gold medal in Detroit in 2006 and a silver medal in France in 2005.
In addition to her gold medal at the 2008 IIHF Women's World Championship in China, Koizumi also was part of the U.S. team's second-place finish at the 2007 Four Nations Cup. She was on the U.S. Women's Select Team in 2008–09 while getting her master's degree in education from Minnesota- Duluth. She also played for the U.S. Under-22 Select Team in the series with Canada in 2004 and 2006.
Koizumi played in the CWHL with the Montreal Stars and the Boston Blades. In 2010, the Stars reached the 2010 Clarkson Cup semi-finals. The following year, Koizumi was part of the 2010–11 Boston Blades season. She helped the Blades win the Clarkson Cup in 2013 and 2015. In the second last game of the Boston Blades regular season in 2013–14, Koizumi logged her 50th career point with the Blades. Of note, this makes her the first player to register 50 points with the Blades franchise.
On July 9, 2015, Koizumi signed with the Connecticut Whale of the PHF. Competing with the Whale in the NWHL's first game on October 11, 2015, she would score the first goal in franchise history and the first goal in league history. On November 14, 2015, Koizumi was named the captain of the Connecticut Whale, with Kaleigh Fratkin as the assistant captain.
On September 12, 2016, Koizumi announced her retirement from playing and accepted an assistant coaching position with the Ohio State Buckeyes women's ice hockey program.
Currently, she is the Associate Head coach for the University of Vermont Catamounts women's D1 hockey program
Koizumi has also served as a head coach at multiple USA Hockey National Girls’ Hockey festivals, working with the U14 team in Rochester, in 2010; the U16 team in St. Cloud, Minnesota, in 2009 and 2010; and the U17 team in Lake Placid, in 2007. She also served as an evaluator at USA Hockey's Pacific District tryouts in Seattle, from 2007 through 2009.
KIHA NEW FALL SEASON FOR ADULT AND YOUTH BEGINS JULY 10TH
*****PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE NO YOUTH GAMES UNTIL THE WEEKEND OF JULY 22ND DUE TO PLAYERS ATTENDING NARCH SUMMER FINALS****
YOUTH LEAGUE STARTS UP JULY 10TH
10U 6:00 -7:30PM MONDAYS. $120 per player
8U 6:00 -7:30PM TUESDAYS $100 per player
12/14U 6:00 -7:30PM WEDNESDAYS $180 per player
16U 6:00 -7:30PM THURSDAYS $180 per player
10 practices/10 games
ALL YOUTH GAMES ARE PLAYED ON SATURDAYS
8U, 12/14U 9:00AM, 10U AND 16U 10:00AM
DOUBLE HEADERS PLAYED ON JULY 22ND AND 29TH
Two teams per division, 10 players max per team
8u/10u coaches on floor with referees for games
***TOURNAMENT PLAYERS ARE REQUIRED TO PLAY UP ONE DIVISION IN AGE. *EXAMPLE, 8U TOURNAMENT PLAYER WOULD BE REQUIRED TO PLAY IN 10U
IN ORDER TO PLAY IN OUR ADULT LEAGUE A HOCKEY PLAYER AT KIHA MUST FIRST PLAY THEIR OWN AGE CORRECT DIVISION. EXCEPTION ARE TOURNAMENT PLAYERS AT THE "AAA" LEVEL.
ADULTS BEGIN MONDAY JULY 10TH
IRON MAN TOURNAMENT
35 AND OVER 10 GAMES PLUS PLAYOFFS THREE X 20 MINUTE PERIODS $220 PER PLAYER
D1 July 10th, Monday 7:00pm $180
D3 July 11th, Tuesday 7:00pm $180
D2 July 12th, Wednesday, 7:00pm $180
D4 July 13th, Thursday, 7:00pm $180
Wahines July 12th, Wednesday 8:00pm $100 (EIGHT REGULAR SEASON GAMES, NEW JERSEYS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE)
D5 new session begins July 11th, 7:30 - 9:00pm 10 WEEKS $100 PER PLAYER
1 IRON MAN TOURNAMENT
8 REGULAR SEASON GAMES
PLAYOFFS INCLUDED FOR ALL DIVISIONS
OUR NEW KLINIKS START SUNDAY, JUNE 4TH, 11TH, 18TH AND 25TH
HD APPROVAL REQUIRED
EACH KLINIK HAS 8 SPOTS ONLY
9:30AM "SHOOT TO SCORE"
ALL THREE SHOTS ARE FOCUSED ON, PLUS PROPER TECHNIQUE. INCLUDES SHOOTING OFF THE PASS, WEIGHT TRANSFER AND IMPORTANT STICK POSITIONING TO REACT TO SCORING SITUATIONS
WORK ON THE USE OF PROPER AGILITY, BALANCE AND COORDINATION
$10 PER CLASS OR $40 FOR ALL FOUR WEEKS
KIHA PROSHOP: for all your roller hockey & public skating equipment needs.
THAT INCLUDES KIHA'S PARKING LOT!!!!!!
NEW MAY 13th, SATURDAY Learn to play BEGINNER hockey class is 10 weeks 8:00 - 8:30am to enroll, skaters must have taken "Beginner hockey skate class" $100 per skater $12 equipment rental Equipment and gear is available
The mission of KIHA is to provide players of all ages and skill levels both Male and Female a very safe and fun environment to learn and play Inline Hockey.
Everyone Plays - Our goal is for Kids to play Inline hockey , so we mandate that every child on every team must play at least half of every game.
Balanced Teams - Each year we form teams as evenly as possible, because it is fair and more fun when teams of equal ability play.
Positive Coaching - All of our coaches are AAU background screened and encouragement of player effort provides for greater enjoyment by the players and ultimately leads to better skilled and better motivated players.
Good Sportsmanship - We strive to create a safe, fair, fun and positive environment based on mutual respect, rather than a win at all costs attitude, and our program is designed to instill good sportsmanship in every facet of KIHA.
Player Development - We believe that all players should be able to develop their inline hockey skills and knowledge to the best of their abilities, both individually and as members of a team, in order to maximize their enjoyment of the game.
SKATE THE ADULT WAY (18 & OVER!!!)........SUNDAYS FROM 6PM UNTIL 8PM!