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Home of St. Cloud Youth Hockey Association

SCYHA is run by a dedicated group of volunteers. Countless hours of effort are put forth annually to make this recreational activity thrive in St. Cloud Minnesota. Please feel free to visit our contact page to reach any of the individuals involved.

SCYHA Mission

St. Cloud Youth Hockey Association will strive toward providing all members with a positive growing environment, which enhances a competitive spirit defining sportsmanship and respect for others through the sport of hockey.


Do you have a 4-8 year old that is thinking about hockey but you’re not sure what it all entails?  Now’s your chance to try Hockey FREE!!! Come with questions and bring your future all-stars for some fun and information. Staff will be available to share info on costs, equipment, schedules and more. Registration is available on the day of the event or please use the link above to register! 

Equipment will be available for those that need it. Please make sure to have your own skates though or you can rent some.

2021 Apparel Store is OPEN!

See the Apparel link for information!


Squirt, Peewee, and Bantam = 11/8/21 @ HBNHC

JR Mite & Mite = 12/13/21 HBNHC

More details to follow on specific times

New To Hockey

If you would like to get more information or find out where to start click on the document below.  You will find useful information and also contact information for who to call. OR start by calling Jaime with questions 320-420-3488

Mid Summer Shot Club 2020

Please see Documents below to start you Shot Club Tracking...Video below! 
Hockey Summer Fun!

U15A's Head to State!!!!

By webgeek 03/06/2018, 2:45pm CST

U15A's Head to State!!!!

It's official - the U15's will head to State as a top seed after beating Woodbury 4-0 in the Region Championship game . Awesome job girls!

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Cold Dry Hands?

Great article about how useless a short bench is in youth hockey. Please encourage all to read! "The game is for the kids, all of the kids. Research nationwide tells us that players would rather play on a team that wins 50% of their games than sit on the bench of a championship team with little or no playing time. The bottom line is that all of the kids want to play."