Representative Hockey Program (Team HKAIH)

Our GOAL is to build a positive hockey environment for all players, coaches, and parents under the long-term sport development system at a competitive level.

Our Objectives
We focus on:
  • Ice hockey skills transfer from training to competition
  • Life skills (leadership, problem-solving, decision-making, effective communication, and interpersonal relationships in a teamwork environment)
  • Character building (cohesion, confidence, motivation, and persistence)
  • Comprehensive on-ice and off-ice development
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  • The players, as selected by HKAIH coaches, are committed to participating in both practices and games
  • Priority will be given to players currently receiving training under HKAIH programs (Regular Training / CTS / Generation Next / School League)
  • Please send a 2-minute video (demonstrate the skills of skating, shooting, and puck handling) by 1 August for coaches’ assessment
  • Players representing HKAIH not only required ability, desire, and good attitude, but also a strong commitment to the team
  • To express the commitment of the program, the players can only represent HKAIH in City League and Hockey 5’s, as this will enhance team bonding 
 U8  1 Jan 2009 – 31 Dec 2010
 U10  1 Jan 2007 – 31 Dec 2008
 U12  1 Jan 2005 – 31 Dec 2006
U8 U10 U12
Briefing session & fitness assessment  22 Aug 2017
Dry-land program  Every last Sunday 2:30-3:30pm from Sept 2017 to Apr 2018.
Program designed and run by Certified Strength and Conditioning coaches
On-ice training  Team training session x 5
City League
Sunday late afternoon or night time at Festival Walk
Sept 3, 10, 17, 24
Oct 22, 29
Nov 19, 26
Dec 3, 10, 17
Jan 7, 14, 21, 28 Feb 4, 11
Mar 4, 11, 18, 25
Apr 15
Mid-term assessment
Mid of Jan:
  • Personal progress report
  • Team progress report
Hockey 5’s  April 2018
Overseas activities exchange program
Watch international top level games: Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) in Shenzhen in late 2017
 Watch international top level games: Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) in Shenzhen in late 2017

Youth Hockey League (Asia Region): March 2018 in Japan
With the sponsor by HKAIH, the package fees will include above items 1-6 with HKAIH coaches’ professional leading, HKAIH T-shirt, and HKAIH team jersey.
Price HK$14,000 HK$17,000 HK$5,000

Applications & Enquiries
Interested applicants please indicate your name and submit your video to Phyllis Lee at on or before 1 August 2017. For enquiries, please contact Phyllis at 3713 2809.

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