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Ithaca adult hockey association

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. 
For the 2023-24 season, IAHA will offer a B/C Division only.  An A/B Division is being organized by the Community Recreation Center, and they are currently reserving spots at their site (click here).  For information about A/B, email Alex Hayes at

Congratulations to the 2022-23 B/C Champion Rotary Club of Ithaca

Rotary Club of Ithaca capped their wire-to-wire regular season first place finish with a 5-0-1 post-season record to win the 2022-23 B/C Division Ambis Cup Championship.

League Information (for 2023-24 season)

There are no B/C leagues in Ithaca during the spring and summer.  If you are new to the league and want some information, please check out last season's registration material.  Last year's game schedule will answer most of your schedule questions.  If you still have questions, or want to be added to our mailing list, please email us at  We plan to begin registration for the 2023-24 season in late September.
New players who are above the intermediate level should consider the A/B division run by the Community Recreation Center.  This includes players who have played youth travel, high school, college club, or any organized hockey at a highly competitive level (even if it was 30 years ago).   A/B is currently reserving spots at their site (click here).  For more information about A/B, email Alex Hayes at

Behavioral Concerns

The Ithaca Adult Hockey Association intends for this to be a safe, inclusive, and fun experience for all participants.  Any concerns of inappropriate or dangerous behavior at a league game, either on or off the ice, may be reported to  A board member will be assigned to review your concern, investigate the particulars, and take any corrective action deemed necessary by the Board.