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PACIFIC NORTHWEST AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

WELCOME TO PNAHA

PNAHA is a USA Hockey Affliiate serving the State of Washington.

PNAHA is part of the USA Hockey Pacific District which includes the States of Alaska, California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington; and one non-affiliated State: Hawaii.

PNAHA consists of its Associations, who assign Directors to represent them at PNAHA meetings and who elect the PNAHA officers.

PNAHA Associations and Directors                PNAHA Officers

Check out the Action Calendar for important dates for associations.

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2015 PNAHA TOURNAMENT AND FESTIVAL CHAMPIONS

2015 PNAHA 12u B and 14u B

Click here for 12u & 14u B Scores and Standings. 

Congratulations to the 12u and 14u B Winners.

12u B Tri-CIties Jr. Americans 14u B Everett Jr. Silvertips

2015 PNAHA 10u and 12u Festival

Click here for 10u & 12u Festival Schedule, Scores and Standings. 

Congratulations to the 10u and 12u Festival Winners.

10u Gold Spokane Jr. Chiefs 12u Gold Spokane Jr. Chiefs
10u Silver Everett Jr. Silvertips 12u Silver Sno-King White Jr. Thunderbirds
2015 10u Gold Spokane Jr. Chiefs
2015 10u Silver Everett Jr. Silvertips
2015 12u Gold Spokane
2015 12u Silver Sno-King Jr. Thunderbirds

2015 PNAHA 14u and 18u Tier 2 Tournament

Congratulations to the 2015 PNAHA Tier II State Champions.

18u - Tacoma Rockets

14u - Sno-King A2 Jr. Thunderbirds

2015 PNAHA 16u Tier 1 State Champions

16u Tier 1 Everett Jr Silvertips

Hosted by KVHA


2015 16u Tier 1 Everett

PNAHA Teams Show Strong in Phoenix

February 19, 2015, Tyler Nostrant


The Tri-Cities PeeWee Rep Jr. Americans celebrate their championship effort in Phoenix.


The Seattle Jr. PeeWee NW Admirals make it gold in Phoenix.

This past weekend seven various PNAHA member teams attended the Arizona Hockey Union’s 2015 Presidents’ Day Invitational Hockey Tournament in Phoenix, which is highly regarded as the largest hockey tournament in the United States.  To say the least, these teams showed that Washington is a strong hockey state, and represented PNAHA and its member associations well against teams from every corner of North America. 

PNAHA was represented by two teams in the Bantam AA Division; the Spokane Bantam AA team and the Sno-King Select A2 team.  As luck would have it, the two teams ended up facing each other in the semi-finals, and the Jr. Chiefs ended up losing a very close game 2-4 to the Sno-King team.  In the championship game, the Jr. Thunderbirds got off to a slow start giving up a goal in the first minute of play to the Hyland Hills Jaguars of Westminster, CO.  The rest of the game would be a very tough contest, and the Jr. T-birds ended up taking second place with a 0-1 loss.  The Jr. Chiefs ended the weekend 3-1 while the Jr. Thunderbirds finished with a record of 3-2.  In the Bantam A Division, the Sno-King Bantam Select A3 team was able to make it to the semi-finals, but ended up losing 3-4 to the West Vancouver (BC) Thunder.  The Jr. Thunderbirds ended the weekend with a 2-2 record.

While the results in the Bantam age group were good, the PNAHA PeeWees proved to be a formidable collection of teams.  The Sno-King Elite A1 PeeWees made it all the way to the championship of the PeeWee Elite Division, but ended up losing to league foe Port Moody (BC) Panthers in a tightly contested 2-3 shootout loss.  The Jr. Thunderbirds ended the weekend with a 3-2 record.  In the PeeWee A Division, the Tri-Cities Jr. Americans were able to avenge a first game loss to the Atlanta Fire to win the championship 2-1 in overtime against the same team.  With only the one blemish on their record, the Jr. Ams ended the weekend 5-1.  In the PeeWee B Division the Seattle Jr. Northwest Admirals PeeWee Tier II team ran roughshod over the competition and went 5-0 on their way to winning the championship.  The title game was never really in doubt, with Seattle winning 6-1.

In addition to the team accomplishments, many of the PNAHA players took home individual honors:

Player Name

Team

Age/Div.

Stat

Number

Rank

Brayden Shaw

Sno-King

Bantam AA

Goals

7

1st

Liam Bland

Spokane

Bantam AA

Assists

5

3rd

Trevor Zalud

Spokane

Bantam AA

Save %

.931

2nd

Carson Vanwinkle

Sno-King

PeeWee Elite

Save %

.929

2nd

Cameron Langston

Tri-Cities

PeeWee A

Goals

10

1st

Ethan Ennen

Tri-Cities

PeeWee A

Assists

9

1st

Andrew Tworkowski

Tri-Cities

PeeWee A

Save %

.909

2nd

Kaden Shahan

Seattle Jr.

PeeWee B

Goals

6

T-1st

Tyler Waram

Seattle Jr.

PeeWee B

Goals

5

3rd

Brodie Hebb

Seattle Jr.

PeeWee B

Assists

6

1st

Jackson Metz

Seattle Jr.

PeeWee B

Assists

4

T-2nd

Jason Murphy

Seattle Jr.

PeeWee B

Assists

4

T-2nd

Caleb Kim

Seattle Jr.

PeeWee B

Save %

.970

1st

Logan Paredes

Seattle Jr.

PeeWee B

Save %

.917

3rd

 

Congratulations to all of the PNAHA member teams in their fantastic showing at this once in a lifetime event!  For more information on the AHU Presidents’ Day Invitational, please visit http://www.presidentsdayhockeytournament.com/.

2014 PNAHA TOURNAMENT AND FESTIVAL CHAMPIONS

PNAHA B Tournament and Squirt Festival Results

Congratulations to the following teams for their performance at the PNAHA B Tournament and the Squirt Festival.

Spokane 14u B
Tri-Cities 12u B
SJHA Red - 10u Festival Gold
SKAHA Harris - 10u Festival Silver

Congratulations to the PNAHA Tier 2 Champions

18u - Spokane Jr. Chiefs
14u - Team Seattle
12u Red - Spokane Jr. Chiefs A
12u Blue - Spokane Jr. Chiefs B

Good fortune to the 18u and 14u champs who will represent our State at Nationals at the beginning of April.


WWFHA 19U T2 Girls Win 2013 Regionals

Congratulations to theWWFHA Girls 19u T2 team on winning Districts. 

Good luck in Nationals.


2013 PNAHA SQUIRT FESTIVAL RESULTS

Tri-Cities won the gold division with a 5 - 1 win over Sno-King White.

Sno-King Blue won the silver division with a 3-2 win over SJHA Blue. 

Congratulations to all.

Tri

2013 PNAHA Tier II Results

Congratulations to all the teams and players on a great effort this weekend.
Good luck to the Bantams and Midgets at Nationals.


18U Champs: Sno-King Rockets


Bantam: Sno-King / Team Seattle Minor


Pewee: Tacoma Rockets