Coaching

Goaltender Development Manager

IHA requires a highly motivated and organised individual to oversee and coordinate the goaltender specific components of the IHA Player Development Program. This position reports to the IHA Player Development Director and also requires communication and a strong working relationship with the IHA Coaching Director, High Performance Director and Women’s Director. This position will require… Read more »

2018 National Peewee Development Camp a hit with the kids!

The 2018 IHA National Development Camps are well underway with our first National Peewee Player Development Camp completed and proving again to be a hit with our kids. Last year’s camp was hugely successful and this year has proven to be even better with a record number of participants.  In addition to developing the skills… Read more »

Ice Hockey Australia National Team Coaching Positions open

Attention: IHA Accredited Coaches Ice Hockey Australia is currently seeking “Expressions of Interest” from IHA accredited Coaches for following Head Coaching Positions for the 2018 World Championships: National Senior Men’s Team 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Senior Men World Championship Division II Group A  In Tilburg, Netherlands, 23-29 April 2018  Participants: Netherlands, Australia, Serbia, Belgium, Iceland,… Read more »

Goaltender Development Manager – Appointment

IHA is please to announce that Bruce Poling has been appointed to the newly created role of Goaltender Development Manager. Bruce will report to the Player Development Director – Ryan O’Handley. We look forward to expanding the existing programs and supporting goaltenders nationally. Bruce can be contacted via email at goaltenderdevelopment@iha.org.au  

Overseas coach recruited to lead national team

AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY TEAM MEDIA RELEASE Overseas coach recruited to lead national team CANBERRA—  Ice Hockey Australia has decided to search abroad for its newest National Women’s Team recruit – head coach Lindsay McAlpine from Alberta, Canada. “We’re very keen to move up in the world rankings,” says  national women’s director and former head… Read more »