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STRAUSS Pre-Season Tent Sale THIS WEEKEND!!

By Administrator 09/11/2015, 7:45am CDT

Accepting 2015-16 FA Applications for Mites/8U ONLY

By Administrator 07/14/2015, 8:30am CDT

SAHA and SALA Partner with Positive Coaching Alliance

By Jay Johnson 11/03/2014, 8:45am CST

Focuses on winning and life lessons for youth athletes

SafeSport

By Kelly Biever 12/04/2013, 4:00pm CST

What is SafeSport?

Has your Helmet expired and what does that mean?

By SAHA Admin 11/16/2013, 3:15pm CST

Helmet Expired?

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Bantams B2 Team show great sportsmanship

STILLWATER, Minn., March 12, 2018 – In an historical event, the Stillwater Area

Hockey Association (SAHA), is sending nine boys and girls youth hockey teams to the Minnesota Hockey State Tournament on March 16-18, 2018.  SAHA had an incredibly strong 2017-2018 season sending 15 teams to the Minnesota Hockey Regional Tournament, and advancing nine teams to the Minnesota Hockey State Tournament. 

Bantam B2 Black goes 5-0 winning Woodbury Rumble Championship

STILLWATER, Minn., March 12, 2018 – In an historical event, the Stillwater Area

Hockey Association (SAHA), is sending nine boys and girls youth hockey teams to the Minnesota Hockey State Tournament on March 16-18, 2018.  SAHA had an incredibly strong 2017-2018 season sending 15 teams to the Minnesota Hockey Regional Tournament, and advancing nine teams to the Minnesota Hockey State Tournament. 

Colder By the Lake champions

By Shane Stratmoen 02/12/2018, 8:00am CST

Junior Gold 16 Black claims tournament championship

After 5 well-played hockey games in and around Duluth and Superior, the Stillwater Junior Gold 16 Black team took home the title in the 2018 Colder By the Lake tournament, a 22-team affair that included teams from across Minnesota and 3 Canadian teams.  The Ponies compiled the best point total in the 4 pool games, defeating Farmington 8-1 and White Bear Lake U16 11-3 on Friday.  The team continued their high level of play in defeating White Bear Lake Jr Gold B 9-3 and Moorhead 5-1 on Saturday. 

The team entered the final day of head-to-head play as the #1 seed, matched against the #2 seed Fort Francis Midget Canadians.  The Ponies started the game in convincing fashion, racing out to a 3-0 lead after the 1st period, a highlight including goalie Mason Day turning away a penalty shot.  The team picked up a goal in both the 2nd and 3rd periods before surrendering a late goal to Fort Francis with less than 3 minutes to play.  The Junior Gold 16 Black team has now placed 3rd in the Edina John Reimann tournament and won the Hudson Raider Cup tournament this season.  Congratulations!