Pittsburgh Amateur Hockey League
The 15th Annual Brad Wess Memorial Scholarship Showcase will be held on Friday, May 6th at 7:00 pm at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena in Johnstown, Pa.
The application can be downloaded by CLICKING HERE.
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The following rule was voted on during the 1/23/2022 Meeting. ALL TEAMS VOTED "YES" TO IMPLEMENT IMMEDIATELY.
Neck Guards: ALL players (including goalies) who take the ice, MUST be wearing their neck guard(s) properly. The goalie has to have a neck guard plus a gobbler. If a player is caught on the ice (warm-ups or game) without it properly worn, they will be told to leave the game. If it falls off during a play, they should put it back on as soon as possible. This is not a penalty, it is a LMHL rule. (As of 1/23/22)
Please note: The players should be held accountable to dress appropriately for each game. Coaches, League Reps, Refs, Medics, and volunteers in the Penalty box should be checking. We are working together to prevent tragic accidents as a result of improper wearing of neck guards.
League MVP - Tanner Kalmanir - Forest Hills
League Leader in Points (Regular Season) - Adis Ultanbekov - Bishop McCort
League Leader in Goals (Regular Season) - Adis Ultanbekov - Bishop McCort
League Leader in Assists (Regular Season) - Tanner Kalmanir - Forest Hills
Top Goaltender - Nikta Velski - Bishop McCort
Top Offensive Player - Zachary Dunlap - Hollidaysburg
Top Defensive Player - Ilia Zhdanov - Bishop McCort
Coach of Year - Donald Lamison - Westmont
Rookie of the Year - Ilia Zhdanov - Bishop McCort
Unsung Hero Award - Rafe Grove - Johnstown
Senior Leadership Award - Tanner Kalmanir - Forest Hills
Sportsmanship Award - Nicholas Rozich - Westmont
Player/Scholar Award - Zachary Page - Richland
Playoff MVP - Adis Ultanbekov - Bishop McCort
GALACTIC ICE RINK COVID RESTRICTIONS as of OCTOBER 9th, 2020
GUIDELINES AS SET FORTH BY PENNSYLVANIA STATE HEALTH – October 2020
Currently in PA we are under an indoor capacity limit, for spectators and participants, that applies to hockey games, practices and all on-ice events.
As of October 9th, 2020, the following capacity guidelines will be enforced at Galactic Ice Rink.
The limited capacity of Galactic Ice will be set at a maximum of 220 persons.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT FACE COVERING RESTRICTIONS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING ARE MANDATORY WITHIN GALACTIC ICE AND WILL BE STRICTLY ADHERED TO. WE ARE A PRIVATELY OWNED FACILITY AND RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REMOVE ANYONE NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE RESTRICTIONS PUT FORWARD.
. Entrance and exit to the arena will be clearly marked and must be followed.
The plan, within Galactic Ice, must be followed by all associations.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR SPECTATORS AND PARTICIPANTS
Take your temperature before coming in… 100+ temperature. STAY HOME!
Please do not arrive more than a half hour before your game time. The entire facility is disinfected, where feasible, between time slots.
Skaters should arrive partially dressed in their equipment, when possible.
LOCKER ROOMS ARE PROVIDED FOR TEAMS AND, WHEN POSSIBLE, MUST BE USED. THE LOBBY IS NOT TO BE USED FOR TEAM FUNCTIONS OR TO GET PREPARED FOR ICE ACTIVITIES.
Use Hand Sanitizer stations provided frequently.
Please be aware that our staff will be diligently cleaning and disinfecting while events are ongoing. We ask that you give them the space they need to perform this function.
Masks will be worn by employees, where possible.
Masks are not mandatory while on the ice or bench areas.
Occupancy levels must be strictly adhered to.
Spectators will be encouraged to please watch the games and practices from the bleacher area, while maintaining social distancing.
During the on-ice program turn over, patrons are encouraged NOT to congregate, in groups. THE LOBBY AREA MUST BE CLEARED TO ALLOW FOR THE NEXT GROUP TO ENTER.
We ask that spectators do not hang behind in the building after their session is complete.
While under these restrictions we ask that parents to not invite a large number of family members to participate.
No shower use in the locker rooms are allowed at this time.
We need everyone to work together during this unusual time. We all have the same goal that is to keep our programs on going for the entire family. To ensure that Galactic Ice remains open we all need to do our part.