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2019 Select Camp Nominees

Thank you everybody for participating in our 2019 NAHA select camp. It was another great year of growth in our city. We will continue to expand and get more opportunities in our district.

Congratulations to all of the selected players this year! You will be getting an email from USA hockey in the near future with instructions on how to further register for the district camp or Western regional high performance camp for the 2005 birth years.


2002 birth year selections


Goaltender - Owen Kennedy

Defense - Trent Carter

Forward - Joshua Williamson

Forward - Mick Corrigan



2003 birth year selections


Goaltender - Blade Taylor

Defense - Nicholas Bonaldi

Forward - Connor Brazil

Forward - Matthew Gross

Forward - Andrew Lackas

Forward - Heath Mensch

Forward - Ian Williams



2004 birth year selections


Defense - Mykah Carter

Defense - Matthew Lackas

Defense - David Salcido

Forward - Dominic DiTondo

Forward - Kevin Hanly

Forward - Jacob O'Brien

Forward - Micah Williamson



2005 birth year selections


Goaltender - Max Madison

Defense - Dexter Kichline

Defense - Cole West

Forward - Kai Blum

Forward - James Knurbein

Forward - Austin Moline

Forward - Keegan Morse

Forward - Ryan Pavlinsky

Concussion Webinars

Got questions?

  • how do concussions actually occur?
  • how do they primarily occur in the sport of ice hockey?
  • Are concussions different in male and female hockey players?
  • Are recoveries consistent, or different with every athlete?
  • Can concussions actually be prevented?
  • What’s up with baseline testing?
  • What does USA Hockey’s concussion program say?
  • Why does the Pacific District have its own concussion protocol?........and what does it mean?
  • Every state has different concussion laws – how do we follow them?
  • Is my program doing everything it’s supposed to, according to our state laws?

All members of the Pacific District are welcome to join one of the scheduled educational Concussion Protocol Webinars below. Primarily beneficial to program administrators, coaches, managers, trainers, parents and other volunteers (athletes may also find it interesting).

The schedule is below. However, any program or affiliate can request a dedicated webinar for their members – just ask!


Webinars have open attendance and now do not require an RSVP – Join one!

Sep 4, 2018 7:30 PM PST

Sep 6, 2018 7:30 PM PST

Sep 11, 2018 7:30 PM PST

Sep 13, 2018 7:30 PM PST

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Meeting ID: 564 992 573

Or Telephone:  1 646 558 8665

Nevada Hockey Selected To Pilot USA Hockey Concussion Protocol - Click Here For More Information

NAHA is pleased to partner with the Pacific District of USA Hockey and Players Health in a pilot program to study injury management, specifically incidents of concussion. Click on the header above for more information.

NAHA Annouces Select Camp for 2019

2019 NAHA Select Camp for youth (boys and girls) registration is now open. Click on the Registration link to begin the process.

If you have any questions about the camp, please email Evan Zucker at 


NAHA Select Camp Information

  • Registration dates: to December 31, 2018
  • Camp dates: January 11th to 13th, 2019

o   ‘02-‘03 Youth

§  Friday 5:15 pm - Skills and Drills

§  Saturday 4:15 pm – Scrimmage

§  Sunday 8:15 am – Scrimmage

o   ‘04-‘05 Youth and Girls

§  Friday 6:30 pm - Skills and Drills

§  Saturday 5:30 pm – Scrimmage

§  Sunday 9:30 am – Scrimmage

·        Location: SOBE Ice Arena 2407 N. Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89130

·        Requirements:

o   Camp fee per player: $50.00

o   Online registration required

o   Birth years: 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005

o   Must be a US citizen

o   Must play in at least one of the following levels:

                A, AA, AAA, High School, Prep School or equivalent.


Camp Registration Information

  • Camp Registration Link:
    • All forms must be filled out on the online system.
    • If you have registered in prior years please make sure to update information.
      • No player registrations will be accepted past the deadline. NO EXCEPTIONS.
      • No refunds will be given.
      • No scholarships or discounts will be offered
      • NO Waivers will be granted for players unable to attend camp due to tournaments, etc., however waivers may be granted for players with a documented injury or players unable to attend the camp due to out of district play.
    • To qualify for a waiver, you must submit the following information: 
      • 1) Register Online
      • 2) If injured, written documentation from a licensed physician
      • 3) Hockey Resume with cover letter of why you cannot attend
      • 4) Two letters of recommendations
    • All items must be emailed to

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