The Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association Ice Hawks U-14 Tier III squad won the Alaska State Hockey Championship on Sunday in Wasilla. The tournament included 10 teams from around the state.
The Under-16 Ice Hawks scored another win on day two of the Tier II National Championships in Troy, Mich., this time edging the Utah Jr. Grizzlies 6-5 in overtime.
The Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association Under-16 Ice Hawks finished off an impressive three days of pool play at the Tier II National Championships in Troy, Mich., on Friday morning, defeating Huntsville (Ala.) 7-4.
After a successful three days of group play, the Under-16 Ice Hawks were eliminated from the Tier II National Championships on Saturday with a 6-2 loss to the Greensboro Stars (N.C.) in Troy, Mich.
The Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association Under-16 Ice Hawks began pool play at the Tier II National Championships with a victory in Troy, Mich., on Wednesday morning...
Thanks to the success of an Under-14 team this year, opportunities for girls hockey players are growing on the Kenai Peninsula.
37 years ago Sterling missionary Al & Bernice York felt the community needed a winter event for kids to get them outdoors and experience traditional Alaskan winter fun and games.
As a community campus of UAA, KPC is embracing the opportunity to welcome and support the UAA Seawolves hockey team to the Peninsula. UAA will play Ontario's University of Windsor Lancers at 7 p.m. on Oct. 2 at the Soldotna Sports Center.
Soldotna resident Mr. Kelly Wayne Perkins, 55, died Sunday, June 20, 2010.
The Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association (KPHA) would like to thank all of the sponsors for the 2008-09 hockey season. The many donations made over the past year helped support the teams of KPHA by assisting with the purchase of uniforms and gear, buying ice for practices and games, paying for referees, tournament registration fees and supplying scholarships for youth who otherwise would not have had the opportunity to play hockey.
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