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    Home of the Bozeman Amateur Hockey Association

    Got hockey? Bozeman does!

    For more than 20 years, BAHA has been providing quality, affordable youth and adult hockey programs to the community of Bozeman and beyond. Formed in the mid-1980s by a handful of die-hard hockey enthusiasts, BAHA has grown to more than 700 members. 

    BAHA offers a variety of hockey programs for all levels of experience, in addition to making Bozeman’s one-and-only indoor ice rink at Haynes Pavilion available to the public for recreational skating and events. Whether your or your child’s skating skills fall at complete novice or seasoned expert, chances are BAHA has a recreational or competitive league to fit that skill level.

    Visit the links on the top menu to learn more about everything BAHA has to offer the Bozeman community. We hope you’ll join us!

    BAHA's Mission

    The Bozeman Amateur Hockey Association is a nonprofit service organization whose mission is to provide facilities and programs for the development of quality, affordable and disciplined competitive and recreational hockey. 

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    2013-2014 Youth League Registration

    Online registration for the 2013-2014 Youth hockey season AVAILABLE NOW!

    Any questions? Please contact Adam Turner at aturner@bozemanhockey.org

    *Please Note: A $50.00 late fee will apply to all travel program registrations starting Sept. 9th.  There are no late fees for non-travel programs and these begin the week of Oct. 28.

    2013-2014 Adult League Registration

    The Adult Haynes Hockey League is nearly full! Registration by appointment only, subject to availability.  

    Please contact Adam at aturner@bozemanhockey.org

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    For general information, call (406) 586-5557.