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CAHA Norcal Adult Hockey State Championships 2019

California Adult State Championships 2019

The 2019 Event will be held in 2 locations:

San Jose 4/26-4/28

Registration and information below


Anaheim 5/3-5/5

Registration and info here:

San Jose will host the following Divisions:

Advanced, Intermediate (Full), Novice, Rookie, Over 60, Over 50, Women intermediate/Novice

Anaheim will host the following Divisions:

Elite, Intermediate, Rookie (Bronze) , Over 40, Women’s Open

San Jose Location Championships

Solar4America Ice at San Jose and Fremont (operated Sharks Ice) and California Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA)  invite you to the 10th Annual California Adult Hockey State Championships! The coed division will play in San Jose and the female division will play primarily in Fremont. Our goal is to provide a great tournament experience plus great competition at many different divisions and levels. Games will start Friday morning at 9am and end Sunday evening.


  • Three game guarantee
  • Participation gift for all players
  • Championship Mugs (1st place teams)
  • Stanleys Sports Bar in San Jose/Fremont
  • Tournament Entry Deadline: February 25th, 25 team sports will be saved for North and South teams, after this deadline we will open this to all teams from any region. Final Registration deadline March 25th.
  • Please note the Women's division will be headquartered at Fremont.

ONLINE REGISTRATIONS: All registration is required to be completed online using our online NGIN registration process. Below you will find information on what divisions will be available as well as tournament guidelines.

ROSTER: You will be required to modify and edit your tournament roster using this the NGIN registration site, please see roster instructions below.

All Players must be 18 years of age or older by April 20th, 2019.

Registration is now open!




ELITE (ONLY OFFERED IN ANAHEIM/IRVINE): Highest level of players accepted. Teams may be comprised of players with professional (all levels and European), NCAA college (Div. I and III), Major Junior or Junior A playing experience.

ADVANCED (FULL): Team is comprised of players a step below the Elite level or players who have not played competitive hockey in a significant time.

INTERMEDIATE (FULL): Team is comprised primarily of experienced recreational level players, with the remainder of the team having Varsity or JV High School, Competitive Midget or Junior C experience players. No Junior A, Professional or College Division I players will be allowed.

ADVANCED BEGINNER (FULL): Team is comprised of players who are still beginner in nature, and play one level up from the pure novice level.

NOVICE (FULL): Team is comprised of beginner level players who play in the lowest recreational leagues available. This player began playing the game as an adult, and has 1-5 years of playing experience.

ROOKIE (FULL: Team is comprised of true beginners who have just taken up hockey. This player has limited ice and roller hockey experience. Absolutely no upper level players will be tolerated.

WOMEN'S ELITE OPEN (ONLY OFFERED IN ANAHEIM/IRVINE): Team is comprised of any skill level women's players and is designed for the top skill level teams and players.

WOMEN'S INTERMEDIATE: (Fremont primarily):  Team is comprised primarily of experienced recreational level players, in between the beginner and advanced levels.

WOMEN’S NOVICE (FULL Fremont primarily) : Team is comprised of intermediate to beginner level players. If there is an opportunity to split level into intermediate and beginner skill level CAHA will review based on applications.

50 & OLDER OPEN: Open to players of all skill levels who are at least 50 years old by December 31, 2019

50 & OLDER BEGINNER (CANCELLED): Open to players of all skill levels who are at least 50 years old by December 31, 2019

60 & OLDER: Open to players of all skill levels who are at least 60 years old by December 31, 2019

40 & OLDER will be offered in Anaheim Irvine.

Cost: $985

All registration for this year's event will be done online starting by 1/22/2019

Game Schedule/Results

We have a Real Time Online Game Scoring System, called Time-To-Score (TTS), which was developed at Sharks Ice. You can follow action by clicking on the Game Number once the game has started. The game results are updated at each stoppage. You can also download the scoresheet for printing at the end of the game.   

The entire schedule can be read by clicking on the the tournament name. Team Schedule is available by clicking on your "Team Name". Division schedule is available by clicking on the "Division Name".

CAHA Tournament Schedule and Results:

2019 Divisional Breakdown and Rules

Playoff tree can be found by clicking on the playoff tree on the standing link for each division:

Advanced, Women Novice: 4 teams, 3 Games Round Robin, Top two teams in Final

Intermediate: 8 teams, Two four team conferences, 3 Games Round Robin, Top team from each division in Final.

Women’s Open, Over 60: 3 teams, 4 games round robin, 2 times against each team, then top two in Final

Over 50: 3 teams, 4 games round robin, 2 times against each team, then top two in Final

Advanced Beginner, Novice: 12 teams, three 4 team conferences, 3 games round robin, top team from each division, plus wild card team in Semi and then Final

Novice II: 6 teams, 3 games round robin, then top two in Final

Online Registration

All registration for this years event will be done online.

Registration is closed.


Sharks Ice Waiver

"Sharks Ice Waivers" are required for all players, coaches, and managers, even though your team may have previously signed the waivers for past events. Please prepare a new waiver for each coach, manager, and player. Indicate the tournament name as the event.


The CAHA Adult Hockey State Championships 2019 has partnered with RoomRoster for April 26th-28th. The RoomRoster system allows your team to stay at the hotel of your choice. 

System benefits:

          Book any hotel in the local area that has availability

          Current online rates or better

          Team block courtesy hold

          No signing hotel contracts

          Small reservation deposit now; pay balance at check-in


After tournament registration, an account is created for each team in the RoomRoster Event Support System. The team rep is emailed their team rep account login link to begin the hotel booking process. When the team rep selects the team hotel, a unique team member link is created and can be emailed to each team member to create their own reservation within the block.

Please do not hesitate to contact our RoomRoster Support Specialists at 1-888-723-2064 or should you have any questions or require any assistance during the hotel booking process.