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The last face-off dot being placed. Now we are adding some layers of ice over the lines. We hope to have the rink ready skate by this evening or tomorrow. Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time and energy to get this done!

Mite game with Craig 12/29 @11:45am. Hope to see everyone there!

Kodiak practice is in full swing :)

New covered walkway to keep players safe from falling ice. This will now be the main entrance to get into the Hut. The town would still like us to park in the back parking lot. 

New covered walkway to keep players safe from falling ice. This is now going to be the door the get in the Hut. The town still wants us to park in the back parking lot.


~ Gear Night on the 12th and 13th went great!

If you missed it, contact us and we'll help!


Parent Info Night was 10/2. If you weren't able to make it, this is what you missed...


Once we have our ice, practices will be:

~ Mites (age 8 and under) have practice Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30-6:30

~ Squirts (age 8 to 10) have practices Tuesday and Thursday 6:30 to 7:45

~ Peewees (age 11-13) Have practice with the Squirts on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30-7:45

The Squirts/Peewees will go to Craig for scrimmages during 4 of our Thursday practices. Jan. 9th, 16th, 23rd, and Feb 6th from 6:30 - 7:30pm


Gear night is Nov 12th and 13th. This will be when we gear up new players and current players and exchange gear for different sizes.
If this date doesn't work for your family,text Steph (970-819-1253) and we'll setup another time.


Registration is open! Payment plans available.
Register on this webpage, under the "registration" tab.
Contact Steph with questions/problems.


Additional info about the rink:

-Learn to Skate will be run by Nikki Knobel on Monday and Wednesdays 4:30-5pm. $5 per class. Contact Nikki 970-846-2083

- Family Open Skate is on Fridays at 6pm throughout the year followed by Adult Drop-in Hockey at 8pm


Oak Creek Kodiak Squirts received Runner Up in the CAHA State Tournament March 5, 2017

Congratulations to the OCHA Squirt's and  Coach's

 for winning second place in the

CAHA State Tournament on March 5, 2017



Andrew Fox said it well - Congratulations!!! to our Oak Creek Kodiaks Squirt Hockey Team! On taking 2nd Place at the CAHA State Championship, Mt. Yale Division Tournament!!!
This is an amazing accomplishment when you consider how many practices were missed due to weather and that Goalie Aiden Schamanski missed even more recovering from a mild concussion! Aiden had a 1.931GAA for the Tourney!!!!! Awesome stuff Aiden!

Out in front of him the Kodiaks out scored their opponents 2...4 to 9. and were out scored by the Champs, Highland Hills Orange 7 to 5 over 2 games. In the title game they came up short 4 to 3 in 2 overtimes!

Way to Close out the season and for many their last game as Kodiaks!!!! We are so proud of you all! Thank you to the coaches who give their time with out asking for anything in return and the parents for all the sacrifices they make for their kids "love of the game". The Kodiaks will look back on this weekend and remember the friendships made and the passion they shared.


Thank you for checking out the Oak Creek Kodiak webpage! 

The Oak Creek Hockey Association exists to provide recreation through the sport of hockey and introduction to competitive play founded on sportsmanship and skill development whereby all who wish to play may be eligible to fully participate.

The Oak Creek Hockey Association and Town of Oak Creek offer free skating at all times, pending the hockey schedule. The hut will be open with ice skates to borrow during Public Skate and Stick N Puck. These schedules can be found under the calendar tab.


Email Oak Creek Hockey Assn!


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