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Kohlman Cup Tryouts

The Kohlman Cup is named in honor of the late Don Kohlman. Mr. Kohlman was a longtime member of the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association Board of Directors and was instrumental in the creation of the Kohlman Cup in 2004. 

The Kohlman Cup is a weekend spring tournament for Tier II Pee Wee age players from throughout Wisconsin. In order to be eligible to participate in the Kohlman Cup a player MUST be a Wisconsin resident, and MUST play for a Wisconsin Tier II association. Players tryout for their regional team and compete against the other regions in a weekend festival. Any player from a Tier II Pee Wee organization is encouraged to tryout for the Kohlman Cup! 

Girls and Boys can tryout for their regional team.  If this interests you or if you would like more information and register for tryouts click here

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Parents' Guide to Buying Equipment

For a parent of a new hockey player, entry into the sport can be an intimidating experience. And that feeling can start long before the first goal or even first skate blade hits the ice. That’s because outfitting your youngster – 6U, 8U, whatever age they might be starting – requires equipment that’s specific to hockey. A basketball parent buys a pair of shoes and a ball, while a hockey parent is looking for head-to-toe gear. Fortunately, Scott Aldrich – USA Hockey’s manager of hockey operations and longtime equipment man – is here to provide some tips and demystify the process.

5 Tips for the First-time Hockey Parent

We've all been there at some point. Here's an article from USA hockey with some tips for the first-time hockey parent!

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