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Littleton Youth Hockey Association

P.O. Box 2864
Littleton, CO 80161
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  • Description - Littleton Youth Hockey Association

    The Littleton Hockey Association Hawks (LHA) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, which enjoys an affiliation agreement with the Colorado Competitive Youth Hockey League (CCYHL), the Colorado Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA), and USA Hockey. LHA conducts its programs primarily at South Suburban Ice Arena and The Ice Ranch in Littleton, Colorado. All teams are registered with CAHA and USA Hockey. In partnership with the parents, coaches and South Suburban Parks and Recreation, we strive to ensure that children are provided a meaningful, enjoyable, challenging and safe hockey experience. We are an athlete-centered organization that places the needs of children first. We give each Member the opportunity to participate to the best of their ability and to develop as a young athlete. Together, we will nurture the physical and emotional well being of all Members in an environment that fosters and promotes a sense of community. We are guided by the values of good sportsmanship, honesty, respect for all individuals and personal integrity. The Hawks are committed to the long-term growth and development of all levels of developing ice hockey players. Our success will be measured by more children who enjoy playing and participating in hockey in the future.

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    Hockey,  Sports Skills

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