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Welcome to the home of the Appleton Wizards!

The Appleton Area Hockey Association (AAHA) is committed to developing competitive youth hockey in the Appleton, Wisconsin area while teaching our skaters the value of winning ... and losing ... with grace and dignity. Our aim is to increase our skaters' enjoyment of the game of hockey, advance their skills, and to help develop their character.

AAHA is a Division 1 member association of the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA, Region 3).

AAHA Retired Jersey Sale!

The new jerseys are on the way! AAHA is selling the retired jerseys to make space for the new ones. The cost for jerseys is $20/pair or $15/jersey. See the document below for a list of numbers and sizes. Contact Tabitha Mahoney to purchase a jersey.

Tabitha Mahoney

Vice President

2014-2015 Important Dates

Date Event
June 1 - Aug 31 2014-2015 Season Registration
June 28 AFIC AleFest at Memorial Park
July 1 Coaching Applications Due
Sept 1 Scholarship Applications due to Finance Committee
Sept 1 Application for Extended Payment Plan due to Finance Committee
Sept 1 Late Registration Fee goes into effect for returning skaters
Sept 7 & 11 Pre-Season Parent Meetings
Sept 17 Welcome Back Night! for all AAHA Families
Sept 22 - Oct 3 Skater & Goalie Conditioning
Sept 26-27 Octoberfest
Oct 1 Scrip Credits applied to skater accounts
Oct 6-10 Skater Evaluations & Team Placements
Oct 13 First Day of Team Practices
Oct 22 Team Manager Meeting
Nov 1 Skater Fees due in full
Dec 6-7 Girls Hockey Classic Tournament
Feb 7 Wizard Blizzard at Darboy Club
Feb 7-8 Playdowns at Green Bay
Feb 16-19 AAHA Board Elections
March 7-8 Monsters on Ice Festival
March 14-15 Squirt/U10 and Bantam/U14 State Tournaments
March 21-22 PeeWee/U12 State Tournaments

Want more ice time? Help support AFIC!

Help support AFIC in their efforts to raise money to build a second sheet of ice!


USA Hockey implemented a set of policies called The SafeSport Program. The purpose of this program is to create the safest possible environment for participation in hockey. The comprehensive program is focused on creating an environment that will deter abusers and assist those in the hockey community in recognizing, reducing and responding to allegations or suspected abuse. You can read about the program by clicking on the link below.

If you observe anyone violating a SafeSport Program policy, contact Tabitha Mahoney.


AAHA Hotwire - Sign up today in order to receive updates!

We use an online e-mail distribution list to communicate with the families and players in AAHA. Information typically includes updates about skating opportunities at the rink, camps, clinics, evaluations, upcoming events, etc.

If you are not currently receiving the AAHA Hotwire, please send an e-mail to:

hotwire-request@aahahockey.com  <----  using the subject of "Subscribe"


Skaters interested in joining AAHA  must reside within the boundaries of the public school districts of Appleton, Black Creek, Hilbert, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, or Sherwood to register and join AAHA.  If you reside in another city or school district you must register with the appropriate association such as Fox Valley, De Pere, Green Bay, Waupaca or Shawano.

Hockey 101 - Information for New Families

For those families who are new to AAHA or new to the game of hockey, we extend an enthusiatic "Welcome!". Hockey is a wonderful sport to play and to watch. Not only is it fast-paced and exciting, but the players learn valuable lessons and physical skills that will help them for a lifetime. 

In order to help families and individuals who are new to the game develop an understanding of the rules, gear and how to support the players, we have put together a collection of informative links to the USA Hockey website. 

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Voters overwhelmingly choose to drop the Wizard as the AAHA mascot. If AAHA adopts a new mascot, what aspect of Appleton culture should the new mascot represent?