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Fundraising Link Added to top menu

Fundraising is very important in keeping Faribault Hockey thriving in our community.  This helps all kids have the opportunity to be active and to continue to grow in a positive direction.  With the hope they become a great human being.  With everyone's help we can achieve a lot for our kids and the kids of Faribault!  Thanks You!

FHA Gun Raffle

2016 FHA GUN RAFFLE DETAILS (click link) TICKETS: $40 each (500 tickets total) DRAWING DATE: October 1, 2016 at 8pm LOCATION: Faribault Ice Arena All are welcome to attend the drawing and gather together for the gun raffle, beer garden, bon fire, washer board tournament, band, etc. More details to come.


Sports and extracurricular activities plays a very strong positive influence in kids’ lives.  This Fundraiser will help raise funds for these organization to help them thrive and continue to help our kids and community grow in a positive direction. This event is an evening out for the adults that includes great music and a washer tournament as a fundraiser event that benefits Faribault youth sports and extracurricular activity organizations.  Want to get this as big as the Basilica Block party…need to set goals!   :-)

FHA 2016 Summer Ice Membership (Includes pre-2016-2017 fall conditioning sessions for certain levels)


Faribault Summer Ice Membership

Dean Weasler and Alli Miller would like to invite you to Hockey Summer Camp to help you become a better skater.  This is a local, non-expensive membership that will teach you Power Skating, Agility Skating, Speed, Passing, and Shooting techniques. Would love to see you on the ice this summer for a FUN experience.

On-line Registration (click here)

Any questions please ask at the FHA End of the Season Event on March 7th.

2016 Summer Ice


(Includes pre-2016-2017 fall conditioning sessions for certain levels)




Great Skills

Fits your schedule

Builds upon your current skills

Reasonable cost with GREAT Value    


The schedule is set up for you to attend as many or few of the ice hours as you would like. Coaches will be available for each of the scheduled ice hours to run kids through drills specific to their needs. Kids will be grouped together to work on specific skills. Small area games will be played when enough players are available. The program will have between 50-60 hours of ice (summer and for certain levels pre-conditioning is also included) available for players to participate in.


  • $200 for the first child for players entering 2016-2017: PeeWees, Squirts, U14, U12, and U10
    • $100 for each additional sibling
  • $100 for players entering 2016-2017 Mites/U8 or younger (5:30 – 6:30 PM ) – there is no pre-conditioning sessions and is scheduled 2 days a week
    • ​Hockey Equipment Rental is available for $25 over the summer.  Please attend one of FHA Equipment Return/Exchange Days.

WHO: Any Youth Hockey Player from Mini-Mites-Bantam for 2015 – 2016 Season

WHAT: Summer Ice Membership (includes pre-2016-2017 conditioning program for certain levels)

WHEREFaribault Ice Arena

CONTACT INFO: Dean Weasler 612-203-3306 and Alli Miller 507-261-4645

Summer Equipment Rental:   Any questions on equipment please contact Ryan Hanson at 507-384-8236 or Paul Archambault at 507-330-2165.  Summer Cost: $25 with security deposit.

Hockey Equipment Rental turn-in or summer exchange for rental


Any questions on equipment please contact Ryan Hanson at 507-384-8236 or Paul Archambault at 507-330-2165.   Equipment summer rental is $25.  

Minnesota Hockey's Fall HP 14/15 Tier 1 Program

Good Afternoon,

Attached is an information sheet on Minnesota Hockey's Fall HP 14/15 Tier 1 Program.  Hopefully you've been made aware of the program via your home district and association.  Registration will be opening up on May 9th and we'd love your help in continuing to get the word out on the Fall HP 14/15 Tier 1 Program.   


You are receiving this note as you're either an Association President, Association Hockey Director, or are a leader in your local association.  It would be great if you could pass along the attached information sheet, or forward this e-mail on to your association leaders as well as coaches and families of players in Pee Wees/12U and Bantams/15U that are eligible.  The Fall HP 14/15 Tier 1 Program is open to 2001 and 2002 year players.  

Some highlights:

     - Focus on Skill Development

     - 18 practices and 15-17 games

     - Top-notch coaching

     - Play with and against top players from around the state

     - Opportunity to qualify for 2017 Tier 1 National Championship

     - Great preparation for association or high-school hockey season


If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me.  

Thanks for your help!

Take care,

Mike Terwilliger

New Hockey Programs Manager

Minnesota Hockey

317 Washington Street
St. Paul, MN 55102

Office: 651-312-3463

2015 - 2016 FHA Year of Focus

Our goal as an association is to continue to improve as we hope our hockey players do year after year. If you have questions or concerns please reach-out to the hockey board at one of the monthly meetings or directly to a board member.  Thank you for participating in our survey. Your feedback is important as this is what guides us the following year for improvements.

Below is where the Board and Committees focused their energy based on feedback from 2014-15 season’s survey:

  • Tournaments
    • Thank you for everyone who helped at these tournaments as this is what makes them successful!!!!
    • 11 Tournaments that includes Bantam B Districts and the mite jamboree (last year we hosted 8)
    • Total Team: 89
    • Total Skaters: 1,302
    • Skaters from as far away as Kansas City, Duluth, Bemidji, etc.
    • Participating teams have provided positive feedback and hope we continue to host these tournaments.  Their kids had a great time!
    • These tournaments are a huge fundraiser for the Hockey Association.
    • Thanks again everyone!!!!!
  • DIBs
    • By having people sign-up before registration we had 98% concession coverage…huge difference this year versus other years.
    • Only a few people we need to follow-up on who said they would participate but did not
  • Communication
    • Migrated to NGIN new website format as it is more mobile friendly
    • Coaches or managers sent out a weekly email that includes what the kids are working on along with the calendar of events.
  • Recruiting
    • Positive Branding of Faribault Hockey – more signs and communication
    • Heritage Day parade
    • 136 registered skaters on October 31st, 2015 and final current number is 152 Hockey players.  The 152 does not include the kids in the Learn to Skate program
    • Learn to Skate – 23 skaters
    • Try Hockey Free – 45+ kids participated
  • Positive branding of Faribault Hockey
    • Positive word of mouth
    • Signs continue to hang at FIA that promote positive hockey
    • The grievance committee was never used this year…this maybe a first
    • Higher-level of expectations of our hockey players
    • Hockey players volunteering at Learn to Skate, Try Hockey Day, School Day to Skate
    • District 9 has commented very positively on our association this year…kudos to everyone (parents, skaters, and all fans) in the association.  Please keep this up!!!!
    • These things go a long way to help with recruiting and retention of our skaters.  Please continue to help in this area and spread the word!!!!!
  • Hiring non-parent coaches
    • This past year we had 7 non-parent coaches (3 more than last year).  Based on survey feedback we will continue to do this as much as possible.  Also if it make financial sense. 
    • If anyone has names of potential coaches for 2016-2017 Season please pass name and contact information to Director of Hockey.
  • End of Year Event
    • Kept at FIA as Survey feedback was positive
  • Hockey Summer and Pre-Season Skating
    • See Flyer/Handouts, FHA Website, Director of Hockey
  • Sell FHA Apparel to players and non-players
    • Based on recommendation from last season survey
    • Did 2 runs of selling apparel to players and non-players.  Utilized this as a FHA fundraiser
  • Fund Raisers
    • Calendar
    • Wreaths
    • Gun Raffle
    • TBD Summer Event -> moving to end of September or early October
      • Need everyone’s help to promote and partake to help make this a success

2016 Calendar Winners

Former Faribault Hockey Association Player Patrick Eaves reaches 500 NHL Games Milestone

Celebrating Faribault Hockey Success:

Patrick Eaves was born May 1, 1984. He played youth hockey in numerous communities growing up....“(Patrick) was part of a Faribault PeeWee team that went to the Minnesota State Tournament,” Mike said. “He was on the team with (his brother) Ben, Max Bull, A.J. Walker. He played for Faribault, and then Shattuck-St. Mary’s..."Whenever we went to the rink, it was always about a game – about having fun.”

Article can be found on Let's Play Hockey:

How-to select player level calendar tags and use calendar schedule views - Example Oct 24

A number of people are stating they can't see their players level on the Hockey Calendar schedule.  Please see document on instructions how to set the correct tag for your player(s) view.  Also in the instruction, it shows 3 examples on the calendar view after selecting your tags.

Hope this helps!

2015 - 2016 Teams

Hockey Director Update

We are happy to announce Alli Miller and Dean Weasler will be splitting the Faribault Director of Hockey role for the 2015-2016 season. Our goal as an association and the directors is to continue to enhance our programs and to provide the best hockey for our kids.

Thank you Alli and Dean!

Player and Parent Forms

Electronic Background Checks

Minnesota Hockey requires background checks for all members - District 9 Board Members, Coaches, Managers, Association Board Memebers and Association Representatives. New this year is the electronic background check which allows you to complete the process in a mere minutes. Please use the link below to access the Minnesota Screening form and process. Follow the directions, it will take less than 2 minutes.

Electronic Screening Form

Choose the Electronic Screening link and follow the directions. You will be processed for the required background check.