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Signings & Commitments

PHA Icemen Alumni 2022 Signings & Commitments 


Now entering our seventh season, PHA will be fielding teams that play a competitive AA & AAA schedule through tournaments/showcases, home and away games. 

PHA teams will also play in the NAPHL (North American Prospect Hockey League) Showcase division for the upcoming season.

  • Experienced non-parent Head Coaches
  • Weekly professional powerskating/skills instruction
  • Weekly professional goaltending instruction
  • Weekly professional dryland training

2016-2017 U14 Tier 2 National Championship appearance

2018-2019 U16 Tier 2 National Championship appearance

2019-2020 U18 Tier 2 Silversticks International appearance


Very Competitive Schedule

Exposure to Junior & College Scouts

Professional Coaching

High End On Ice Skills Training

High End On Ice Goalie Training

High End Off Ice In-Season Training Powered by Equilibrium Fitness

Summer Fitness Program (Separate Fee) Powered by Equilibrium Fitness

USA Hockey Tournament Bound Teams

1 Full Ice Summer Practice Each Week

1 Full Ice In-Season Practice Each Week

1 Shared Ice In-Season Practice Each Week

1 Weekend Full Ice In-Season Practice (Schedule Permitting)

45 to 55 Game Schedule

15 to 20 Home Games

4 to 6 Showcases

Fall & Summer Fitness Testing

Video Review Sessions

Training Through MaxOne


PHA Icemen partner with the Positive Coaching Alliance

The Pittsburgh Yetis and PHA Icemen take responsibility of being a leader in youth sports very seriously. Not only are we responsible for building “better athletes”, we must also build “better people”. Youth sports is an important part of every child’s life and in their journey to become a successful person and good citizen. The Yetis and PHA Icemen Hockey clubs are proud to announce they have made a commitment in 2022 to become a partner of the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) and stand firmly against the “win at all costs culture” in youth sports. All Yeti and PHA Icemen coaches, will work to become certified “double goal coaches” who strive to win, while never compromising the more important goal of teaching life lessons through sport. Athletes are taught to become “triple impact competitors” who strive to make the game better, make their teammates better, and make themselves better in everything they do. Yeti and PHA Icemen parents are expected to be “2nd goal parents” who leave the first goal of “winning” to coaches and athletes, while focusing entirely on supporting the 2nd goal of teaching life lessons through sports.