SJHA is dedicated to the maintenance and dynamic growth of youth hockey in Washington State while developing Seattle Junior Hockey Association as one of the premier youth athletic programs in North America.

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Beginners Registration is open!


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Fall Session -  Oct 14 - Dec 9


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Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 - 10:00am-11:45am

Olympicview Ice Arena - Mountlake Terrace, WA

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SJHA Warm-Up Apparel Fittings and Ordering
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OVA is looking for help!
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Seattle Totems Billets Needed!
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Did you know you can contribute to the success of SJHA just by shopping...
SJHA Warm-Up Apparel Fittings and Ordering

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Starting this Saturday 9/23 at 8:00am, the OVA Pro Shop will be processing new orders for SJHA track suits, warm-ups and hats.  They will have a rack of warm-ups and dryland apparel available to try on for sizing purposes.  *All orders for SJHA apparel must be made in person and pre-paid at the OVA Pro Shop*.  They will be taking orders through Wednesday evening at 8:00pm, to give everyone an opportunity to come through the shop for fittings.  The orders should arrive in mid to late October.  Make sure to stop by and place your order!

by posted 09/22/2017
OVA is looking for help!

Olympicview Ice Arena, in Mountlake Terrace, WA is looking for a self-starting, diligent, dependable candidate to fill a Facility Maintenance / Ice Tech position 30+ hours/week during nights and weekends.  This is your chance to drive the Zamboni!! :-)


by posted 09/21/2017
Seattle Totems Billets Needed!

Seattle Totems Jr “A” Player Housing FAQ

The Seattle Totems Jr “A” Hockey Club is currently looking for billet families for the coming season. The billeting concept is considered by many as a hockey tradition. It involves host families opening their homes and families to out of area players, and provides an opportunity for these young men to pursue the next step in their developing hockey careers. These talented players, who show potential to play at an elite level, seek the opportunity to play for an organization that can help them achieve their goals.

What is expected of the host family? The player needs a room of his own, or can share with a team member if a family is hosting more than one player. He needs a bed, dresser, closet space and a desk or table and chair (similar to what is provided in a college dorm room). While the players are expected to provide such items as electronics, each housing situation has its own unique set of circumstances (some might need help with transportation, others might not). The family also provides three meals a day: breakfast, lunch and an evening meal. When the players travel, they will take care of their own food expenses.

What is expected of the players? They must obey all team and house rules and show respect and consideration toward all family members. They will need to take care of their own belongings but are also expected to pitch in to share duties as a member of the household. Players will be monitored by the coaching staff and host families will have open dialogues with the coaches to address any concerns.

How long is the host family’s commitment? This varies depending on the player. Some are with the family during the hockey season only. Others need to complete the school year. This is up to the billet families and player’s family to resolve. Players practice 3 times per week and travel the Pacific Northwest and West Coast for games and can arrive back home after midnight during game series.  All go home over holiday breaks. Carpooling between players and families is highly suggested.

Families receive a monthly billeting payment from each player of $350 per month. This includes costs related to everyday living, and does not include travel expenses, school expenses or other extraordinary care. Some families opt to house more than one player as they are able to carpool to practice, travel together and are company for each other.

These players, at this level of hockey, are disciplined and hardworking individuals. They would greatly appreciate the opportunity to continue their development, albeit sometimes at a great distance from their homes. All that’s needed from you is a willingness to help a player pursue his dream. Thank you for your consideration in sharing your home and family.

Want to discuss the possibility of serving as a host family? Please call Mike Murphy at

206-909-2681 or email at

A new player coming in this week from the Czech Republic is in need of a host family!

by posted 08/24/2017

Did you know you can contribute to the success of SJHA just by shopping at and Fred Meyer???

Follow this link for the Amazon Smile program and select Seattle Junior Hockey Association as your charitable organization!  You can also contribute by shopping at Fred Meyer with the Community Rewards program!  Just go to this link and register Seattle Junior Hockey Association as your Community Program!  All contributions will go to the general fund and will help to sponsor things like scholarships, the year end bash and other SJHA activities!

by posted 03/16/2015
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