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Team Puerto Rico:

Women's National Team

Men's National Team

Men's National Development Team

Women's National Development Team*

Under-20*

Under-18*

Under-16*

Under-14*

Under-12*

*New Team, Currently Recruiting

Team Puerto Rico is for players with Puerto Rican nationality (meaning they were born in Puerto Rico or have parents, grandparents, great-grandparents born in Puerto Rico and/or are current residents of Puerto Rico).

Team Caribbean:

Women's A Team*

Men's A Team*

Men's B Team*

Under-16

Under-12

*New Team, Currently Recruiting

Team Caribbean is for players with other Caribbean heritage that do not currently have a team to play on (meaning they were born in a Caribbean nation or have parents, grandparents, great-grandparents born in a Caribbean nation and/or are current residents of a Caribbean nation).

2005

Aguadilla Ice Skating Rink opens it's doors on the west coast of Puerto Rico.

2006

The New York Rangers face off against the Florida Panthers in an NHL Preseason game in San Juan's "Choli."

2008

More ice arrives on the island as "Disney on Ice" debuts at the "Choli."

2018

Aguadilla Ice Skating Rink sees its last ice prior to Hurricane Maria.

2019

Team Puerto Rico debuts at the 2019 LATAM Cup in Men's Division 2 and wins silver.

2020

The Puerto Rico Ice Hockey Association, Inc. (PRIHA) is created, bringing formal structure.

2021

PRIHA debuts 4 new teams at the 2021 LATAM Cup, Women win gold and all 5 teams medal.

2021

PRIHA official membership registration surpasses 100 players.

2021

PRIHA becomes an official member of La Federación Puertorriqueña de Atletas Invernales (FPAI).

About Us

The Puerto Rico Ice Hockey Associaiton, Inc. (PRIHA) is a non-profit incorporated in Puerto Rico (Register # 443930). PRIHA is the sole governing body over ice and in-line hockey in Puerto Rico and for the Puerto Rican community worldwide. PRIHA is a proud member of "La Federación Puertorriqueña de Atletas Invernales (FPAI)". FPAI acts as the official, national governing body of Puerto Rico Winter Olympic Sports.

The PRIHA mission statement is "To foster and promote the sport of hockey in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Latin America and beyond. Initiatives include the organization of street, inline and ice hockey in Puerto Rico as well as the management of Puerto Rico's competitive inline and ice hockey teams." 

 

As PRIHA aims to grow the sport of hockey within Puerto Rico and the greater Caribbean community, it hosts and participates in multiple events annually with plans to increase the number of events over time. The Association manages the national programs and "Team Puerto Rico" across the Men, Women, and Youth categories. In addition to "Team Puerto Rico," the association also manages "Team Caribbean" which is for players of Caribbean nations with no formal Ice Hockey Association or Federation to date. The teams for both "Team Puerto Rico" and "Team Caribbean" cover different levels of skill and experience. You can find the events the association participates in as well as the different teams the association manages below.

Annual Competitions:

Every Fall: Amerigol LATAM Cup (Coral Springs, FL)

Every Spring: Amerigol LATAM Spring Classic (Dallas, TX) & Spring Evaluation Camp (Chicago, IL)

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