Travel - COED

CCYHA travel hockey program provides players with an opportunity to develop in a competitive environment by providing a challenging, fun, athletic team atmosphere that provides lasting benefits to each player. Our goals are to develop its players’ work ethic and character, teach fundamental hockey skills, and promote good sportsmanship. 


10U SQUIRT (2013 & 2014)


12U PEEWEE (2011 & 2012)


14U BANTAM (2009 & 2010)


Program Overview


For the 2023-24 season:

  • 10U (Squirts) - 2013 & 2014
  • 12U (Pee Wees) - 2011 & 2012
  • 14U (Bantam) - 2009 & 2010


Tryout evaluations are typically held in April / May. The hockey season varies by team but usually runs September to March.


Teams for the 2023-24 season are as follows

  • 2009AA
  • 2010AA
  • 2009/2010A Mixed

  • 2011AA
  • 2012AA
  • 2011A
  • 2012A
  • 2011/2012A Mixed

  • 2013AA
  • 2014AA
  • 2013A
  • 2014A

For the final number of teams, CCYHA may add or subtract the number of teams mentioned above based upon the following:

  1. Ice Time Availability
  2. Number of qualified travel level players trying out
  3. Availability of qualified coaching
  4. Players accepting roster spots


Practices are typically twice a week at the various OhioHealth Chillers


CCYHA travel hockey teams have the option to schedule as many non-league games and tournaments as desired. The number of competitive games and amount of travel is up to the coach and the parents. As a general rule, a parent can expect 40 to 65 games of league play, tournaments and non-league games over a six-month season. Teams typically schedule three to seven tournaments a season.


CCYHA 'A' travel teams normally play in the Metro Columbus Hockey League (MCHL).

CCYHA 'AA' travel teams normally play an independent schedule at the appropriate level of competition. 

However, new and different travel league options are evaluated prior to the start of every hockey season.

The exact number of league games will directly correspond to the number of teams registered in each division, ranging from 14 to 30.


All CCYHA travel hockey teams are self funded and self managed fiscally. Each head coach and team treasurer determine their team's fee structure and sets costs for services such as off-ice activities and skills coaches. 

A typical team budget is in the $30,000 - $41,000 range and individual costs may be around $1,700 - $2,600 (fees have been as low as $1,600 and as high as $2,900 per player). 

These costs do NOT include jerseys, equipment or travel-related expenses such as gas, food, lodging, etc. which are paid separately by each player. Teams may participate in fundraising activities which must be approved by CCYHA.

CCYHA provides travel hockey teams with ice scheduling, team apparel ordering, referee scheduling, billing and registration services. CCYHA charges each team a administration fee to help cover the costs and time to provide these services to teams under the CCYHA charter.  


Players in this program must purchase organizations home and away jerseys and socks from the CCYHA vendor. These costs are not included in the team fees and must be paid by each family upon ordering. Ordering is done immediately after tryouts in addition to other items such as warmups.


CCYHA values the relationship with Columbus Blue Jackets and our travel teams are branded as the CCYHA Blue Jackets. As such, certain items must match the designs of the Columbus Blue Jackets and include CCYHA designation. 

Helmets must be navy blue. If used, helmet stickers should be consistent for the entire team and match the scheme of the Columbus Blue Jackets. 

Hockey Pants must be red (can be black pants with a red ‘shell’).

Hockey Gloves can be any combination of red, white, blue and/or black. 


If a qualified parent head coach is not an option, certain teams may be run by a paid professional coach. The team is responsible for compensating coach fees for practices and games and for compensating the coach's food, lodging and transportation fees for away games.

Head Coaches (typically parent coaches) have the option of hiring skill coaches who are compensated by the team. This person is in charge of preparing and running team practices in conjunction with the head Coach. 

In the event a family or a parental relationship exists within the team, the coach’s food, lodging, and transportation fees shall not be the obligation of the team unless decided otherwise by all parents of the team. Teams budget one hotel room for each tournament with the understanding that many tournaments will have complimentary rooms which the should receive.


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