skip navigation

Palouse Youth Hockey Association


The Palouse Youth Hockey Association (PYHA) is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization which fosters national and international amateur sports competition, and is dedicated to the development, advancement, and enjoyment of youth hockey on the Palouse (roughly the region of southeastern Washington and north central Idaho).

PYHA, in partnership with USA Hockey and the Idaho Amateur Hockey Association (IAHA), aims to provide a safe, enjoyable, and challenging hockey experience to those who want to participate in our program.

It is the policy of this organization that there shall be no physical or sexual abuse of any PYHA participant. Additionally, PYHA does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, nor national origin.

Learn to Play Hockey

Thank you for interest in PYHA's Learn to Play Hockey.  Our regular hockey season is over for this year.  Look for season registrations opening by August 2022 for the 2022 -2023 season.

We are working to acquire additional gear with USA Hockey and Idaho grants to allow us to host more sessions.   We will offer a fall program as well as Try Hockey For Free sessions for youth and for girls.

See you on the ice!


Players Registration Fees for 2021 - 2022 Season

The PYHA Board has approved player registration fees for the 2021 - 2022 hockey season.

6U      $100 

8U     $350                10U     $400

12U     $450               14U     $550

18U A   $750              18U B   $750


Fees at 6U are discounted and are not subject to further reduction.

2021 -2022 Practice Schedules

Practice schedules posted on team pages

Players Registration Fees from Last Year, 2020 - 2021

The PYHA Board has approved player registration fees for the 2020 - 2021 hockey season.

6U      $115

8U     $390                10U     $390

12U     $420               14U     $475

18U A   $725               18U B   $725


PYHA's Home Ice

For more information about PYHA's home ice, please visit