Player Registration for the 2016-2017 season is once again open. Thank you for your patience. Registration for returning traveling players will remain open through August 31st. Any registrations received after that date will be subject to a $25 late fee.
In-House registrations will be accepted through October 2nd.
Please click on the 2016-2017 Registration link to begin.
Attention all coaches and prospective coaches!
Coaching Applications for the 2016-2017 season are now being accepted. If you wish to be a Head Coach or Assistant Coach at ANY level in CGHA, you must fill out an application.
Interviews for traveling-level Head Coaches will be conducted by the Hockey Committee June 13-14 at the Youth Service Bureau in Cottage Grove. Candidates will be contacted for their specific times.
Please click HERE or select "2016 Coach Applications" on the left.
If you have questions, please contact CGHA Registrar Andy Roeser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shot Club is back for 2016!
Click "2016 Shot Club" on the left to see how you can take the 10,000 Puck Challenge and become a member of CHGA's Shot Club.
If you have questions, contact Todd Porter at email@example.com.
To our hockey family,
We want to thank our Cottage Grove hockey family for their generous support and kind prayers as we struggle through the devastating illness that has struck our son Josh. Josh is an A Bantam and has played hockey in the CGHA since he was four years old.
At age five he was diagnosed with a rare condition called Multi-Organ Autoimmune Disease. Basically Josh's immune system is attacking the major organs in his body as if they were transplanted. He has been recently hospitalized at Children's Hospital in St. Paul due to complications of the disease attacking his pancreas and liver.
On Saturday December 12th surgeons removed Josh's gall bladder which had grown to the size of a baseball. An examination of his liver and bile ducts indicated that the disease has attacked and damaged his liver. We are awaiting the results of biopsies taken at the time of the surgery which will help the doctors determine the extent of the damage to his liver and the speed at which the disease is progressing. It is likely that Josh will need a liver transplant if the disease can't be slowed down or stopped.
Again, thank you all for your wonderful kindness and the love and support you have showered on our family as we try to understand and accept this devastating news.
Andy & Katie Karels
Don't see your team's tournament picture in the slide show anymore? Check out the online trophy case by clicking on "CGHA Online Trophy Case" on the left.
Did your team recently earn a trophy at a tournament? We'd love to show it off proudly in the new CGHA Trophy Case.
Please click below to contact Joe Wegele to add your trophy to the case.
Trophy Case Volunteer