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Looking to participate in a sport that requires skill, strength, strategic thinking and the desire to play as part of a team?  Whatever level you play at, hockey can enhance your life, improving fitness, strength and coordination.

Whether you are looking to play casually in our recreational league or competitively with one of our traveling teams, you'll find our organization to be a great place to learn new skills and meet new friends.

Player Information

See the Registration page/tab for status and links.

FVHA's current program is open to girls and boys of all ages and abilities.  The program is designed to teach the fundamentals of hockey and the philosophy is to ensure that players have fun while improving their skill level.  Emphasis is placed on skill development, team work and sportsmanship.  All levels are scheduled for about three hours of ice time/week.

Season game and tournament schedules are set in October for all teams except 8U/6U Mites.  Additional opportunities to host or travel to other rinks for games and/or tournaments  can be added to the schedule and will be organized by the team manager with input from coaches and parents. 


The following forms are required by the registrar before any child will be allowed to skate.  

  • Online registration
  • Payment for the current session (or payment schedule arranged).  Note:  Players will not be added to the team roster and will be ineligible for league play or State without payment in full or payment schedule arranged.  Please see the Scholarships section below for need.
  • A copy of the child's birth certificate (new players)
  • USA Hockey Registration - entered when you register online 
  • For High School, players must have a letter of attendance in a high school, be amateurs and cannot play more than 8 consecutive semesters while in grades 9-12. Please see the USA Hockey Annual Guide for details.


Families intending to apply for scholarships should register online, pay the deposit fee and mail their application and request to FVHA so it is received no later than October 10 of the current year.  Mailing:  FVHA, PO Box 2205, Kalispell, MT 59903 .  For scholarship questions you can contact at the link below.

Info Scholarship

USA Hockey Registration

Register for free as a volunteer.

Safesport Training

Look up in USA Hockey what the SafeSport requirements are this year.

Flathead Valley Hockey Association Sponsors

Interested in becoming a sponsor of Flathead Valley Hockey Association?

Purchase your own Board Ad

Buy a corporate sponsorship ad that goes on the boards at the Woodland Ice Center.