The chief objectives of this association are to promote, develop and administer a competitive hockey program. The program is meant to serve the youth of West Fargo and surrounding area. Our objectives will be accomplished by offering high quality coaching, adequate ice time for practice and skill development, and exposure to advanced competition through participation in high caliber games and tournaments.
Practices are held at the Veterans Memorial Arena - 1201 7th Ave E, West Fargo.
Registration is open for the 2014 - 2015 Season. Click on the registration tab to the left for additional details and the registration link.
Note that tryouts are closed to all spectators.
The Peewee's are scrimmaging against Fargo on Sunday, as this is part of the tryout process that scrimmage is also closed to spectators. This is at the request of both Fargo and West Fargo as each have a closed tryout process.
Note from Fargo:
Fargo's policy is that all tryouts, including scrimmages, are closed to parents. The only adults allowed in the arena are coaches who are evaluating players. Please notify the families within your program. We would appreciate if you would follow the same policy for the Fargo scrimmage.
Termite and Mite Parents:
Jersey/Socks Pick up Schedule
Play It Again Sports
2501 45th St SFargo, ND 58104
Monday November 3 10:00-5:00pm
Tuesday November 4 10:00-5:00pm
Wednesday November 5 10:00-5:00pm
Thursday November 6 10:00-5:00pm
Coaches, Team Managers, Board Members and Coordinators will need to follow the attached link and complete their NDAHA background screening.
West Fargo is hosting the following tournaments in 2014 - 2015:
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Let me play well but fairly.
Help me to learn something that matters once the game is over.
Let competition make me strong but never hostile.
Always let me help my opponent up.
Never catch me rejoicing in the adversity of others.
If I know victory, allow me to be happy; if I am denied keep me from envy.
Remind me that sports are just games.
If through athletics I set an example, let it be a good one.