Please read these instructions and complete the below form to begin your team's registration process for the 2017 JAHA Douglas Island Cup hockey tournament.

Registration is on a first come, first served basis based on JAHA's receipt of the below registration information and a non-refundable deposit of $450. Only online payments will be accepted.

There is a 10 TEAM MAXIMUM for this tournament - 6 teams maximum for the EXPERT division and 4 teams maximum for the ADVANCED/INTERMEDIATE division. One spot in each division may be reserved for a Juneau-based team. JAHA reserves the right to modify the division breakdown based on the number and skill of teams that register.

Registering below places you in a queue. We will send you an invoice within 72 hours of your registration. You will have 72 hours to submit payment from the time the invoice is sent to hold your place. If payment is not received within that window, we will move on to the next team in line until the 10 team maximum has been met. If you do not receive an invoice within 72 hours, please feel free to contact us, but it likely means the division and/or tournament is full.

We will contact you for complete roster information and USA Hockey #'s after your registration has been paid and confirmed.

Please add to your e-mail's "safe senders" list to avoid missing any communications from us!


May 28, 2017 - Out-of-town team registration is open.

August 1, 2017 - Juneau-based team registration is open.

August 15, 2017 - ALL registrations and payments are due by 5pm Alaska time.

August 25, 2017 - Tournament begins!

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* 1. Team Contact Information

Please select which division your team is signing up for below. JAHA reserves the right to verify a team's overall skill level and/or move a team from one division to another based on the overall skill level.

EXPERT - This is the most competitive division. Players in this division have substantial hockey abilities, skills, knowledge, and experience. Players in this division have been coached and have played considerable hockey in the past and some have extensive organized hockey experience, likely to include high school or junior level play, advanced college, or higher.

ADVANCED/INTERMEDIATE - This division is for players who are familiar with the rules of hockey, are generally athletic, have good knowledge of the game, skating, and puck handling skills, and can play at a general competitive level. This division may also include those newer to the sport.

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* 4. If you are bringing your own jerseys, what is the primary color?