Founded in 1989, the Lane Amateur Hockey Association (LAHA) and the Eugene Jr. Generals are a non-profit organization that aims to promote citizenship, sportsmanship, and physical development among the youth of Eugene, Springfield, and the Willamette Valley. LAHA accomplishes this by sponsoring and promoting organized ice hockey for boys and girls, ranging from 4 to 18 years of age. We are in compliance with the rules and regulations of USA Hockey and the Oregon State Hockey Association (OSHA).
LAHA and the Jr. Generals offer a varying number of teams, leagues, and overall options to choose from so you can find the perfect fit for your young one(s) on the ice.
For new youth hockey players ages 4 to 13, this program focuses on skill development without the pressures of competition. The curriculum is designed to introduce beginners to the game’s basic skills using small student-to-teacher ratios.
Participants are introduced to the skills of skating, passing, puck control and shooting. Children learn through participating in practice drills and informal scrimmages under the direction of certified USA Hockey coaching staff. Players will learn on a cross-ice section once per week.
Road Map to Hockey Success
The Lane Amateur Hockey Association and the Eugene Jr. Generals are here to help your young one(s) find their own path along the road map of hockey. Starting with our Intro to Hockey program, LAHA provides youth players with a structure that is most conducive to personal and physical development while simultaneously emphasizing fun, sportsmanship, and and citizenship.
Eugene Generals Developmental Ladder
The Eugene Generals Developmental Ladder provides a clear and succinct route of development, showing players and parents alike our step-by-step process that has been carefully cultivated to provide Jr. Generals players with the utmost opportunity for physical and athletic development in a fun and encouraging environment. Players are given tangible, visible goals that they are challenged to achieve so they can progress to the next rank and continue their hockey development.
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