The Ithaca Adult Hockey Association was formed during the summer of 1999 by a group of players from both the Cass Park and the Rink leagues. The primary goal of IAHA is to promote a healthy and fun recreational adult hockey league in Ithaca by providing oversight of the league administration, improving parity among teams, promoting sportsmanship, and encouraging players at all skill levels to participate.
January 31, 2021
Unfortunately, we need to tell you that we are unable to put together a league for this season. We didn't receive quite enough 'Yes' responses to be able to commit to the ice time for the minimum of three 10-player teams. Thank you to the 92 of you who responded to the survey, and the handful who sent us comments. This level of response shows we have a wonderful membership and community here in Ithaca.
We are pursuing ice time for two pickup games per week. Once secured, we have a lead coordinator to whom we'll pass the contact info for those players who indicated they were interested or not sure about playing pickup hockey. If any of you are willing to help coordinate, please let us know, and we'll pass your name along as well. These games will be run outside of IAHA, as without a registered league this season, our USA Hockey status is currently inactive.
Thanks again everyone, sorry, and we hope we'll be able to get back on track next season.
We typically begin organizing for the season in late August and start distributing information in mid September.
If you are new to the league, you can get a lot of information from our most recent Information Package and Schedule. If you want to join or have additional questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, we have not received enough interest in A/B games the past few seasons. Please click here to indicate your interest for next season.
Rotary Club of Ithaca scored 16 minutes into overtime of game 2 to win the 2019-20 Ithaca Adult Hockey Association Ambis Cup over runner up Boston Angler Sportfishing. The final score of the game was 4-3. Rotary held a 2-0 lead midway through the second period, but Boston Angler scored three unanswered goals to take a 3-2 lead mid-way through the 3rd period. Rotary tied the score late, forcing the overtime. Rotary won the first game of the series by a 3-2 score.
Rotary, 14-10-2, 3rd place during the regular season, advanced to the championship round sweeping their quarter-final series over Kirbylab Microfluidics, and winning their semi-final series 2-1 over HitZ/Valor Strength and Conditioning.
Boston Angler, 10-11-5, 5th place during the regular season, advanced with a 1-0-1 quarter-final series win over James Orcutt Real Estate, and a 2-1 semi-final win over regular season champion Uncle Joe's Sports Bar and Grill/Barton Chiropractic.
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