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Register HERE for the Frisco Way Camp and/or Fall Season Tryouts.

PLEASE NOTE: You must make payment on the Registration Options page or your registration will not be valid! Players must be born in 2006 or earlier and be in Grade 7 or higher.

The Frisco Way Camp will be held Tuesday, July 30 through Thursday, Aug.  1  from 11:45 AM-1 PM and 1:15-2:30 PM. Players will be assigned to one of the two sessions.

Varsity tryouts will follow on Saturday, Aug. 3  from 5:15-6:45 PM. JV tryouts will held on Sunday, Aug. 4 from 3:45 to 5:15 PM.

All events will be held at Frisco's Comerica Center on the Stars rink.

As for the season itself, the FIHA board is pleased to announce that we are LOWERING our fees for the 2019-20 campaign! It's the stated goal of this board to provide the best possible high school hockey experience for our families. That starts with enhancing our coaching staff and adding more buckle practices to provide more ice time and increase exposure to higher levels of competition. Thanks to the success of our 2018-19 fundraising efforts, we're also able to offer all this for a reduced cost to you! Varsity skaters will pay just $1,625 for the season. Varsity goalies will pay just $1,475. Junior Varsity skaters will pay $1,350 while JV goalies will pay $1,200.

We hope that these lowered fees not only make playing high school hockey easier for our current families, but  encourage others  who might be sitting on the fence to join us as well.  And remember,  we'll have another fundraising effort that will enable families to save hundreds of dollars off this year's fees as well. We'll have details at the preseason parent meeting.

We're incredibly excited for the year ahead, including the chance to defend our state title. We hope you'll be a part of it!


USA Hockey now requires all players that turn 17-or-older in 2019 to complete the on-line SafeSport Training. Players will not be allowed to play, practice or be rostered for the 2019-20 season until this training is complete. In addition, all club board members, team managers, volunteers and coaches must complete this training.
Players should complete their 2019-20 USA Hockey registration prior to taking the SafeSport Training. A link for SafeSport Training Is open at:

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City of Frisco honors Varsity Gold Champs

The 2018-19 season officially came to a close with a day dedicated to our Varsity Gold squad.

The team was honored during Tuesday's meeting of Frisco city council, where Mayor Jeff Cheney proclaimed May 7 as "Frisco Ice Hockey Varsity Gold Team Day" in recognition of our 2019 Texas state championship and third-place finish at Nationals.

Our boys were awarded custom-fit Justin Hats -- a good look combined with those national medals -- and a personal copy of the proclamation. We reciprocated with signed team photos and FIHA polos.

Our deepest thanks to City of Frisco TX - City Hall, and especially Mayor Jeff Cheney and Deputy Mayor Pro Tem John Keating, for this tribute and for their enduring support of FIHA.  We don't say it enough, but we couldn't do what we do as an organization without them.

Moments like this remind us what a privilege it is to represent this city and we couldn't be more proud to do it. Now it's time to put in the work so we can earn a return visit in 2020!

Behind-The-Scenes Summer Fun!

Thanks to Frisco players Kyle, Dillon and Jacob (along with a couple neighborhood friends) and FIHA board members April and Trisha for volunteering their Thursday night to sort out the massive stack of brand new jerseys for our summer teams. Appreciate the assist, guys. Wouldn't have been ready to start the season without you! Thanks also to our friends at Y&S Sports for rushing through the order to ensure our players would have these jerseys in time for Sunday's openers.

Parents: A reminder that we still need volunteers to serve as room monitors before and after our JV games this summer. If you're willing to help, please email

2018-19 Photo Call!

We'd love to update the photo carousel with images from the 2018-19 season ...but we need your help to do it!

If you have pictures of your player or team from any point this past season -- games, practices, community events, the banquet, etc -- we'd love to show them off. Pick a few of your favorites (no more than five, please) and send them to and we'll get them posted. Thanks.

Frisco Announces Two Coaching Hires for 2019-2020 Season

The Frisco Ice Hockey Association is excited to announce the addition of two new coaches to our  staff for the 2019-2020 season.

Joe Blaznek will join FIHA as the Head Coach of our Varsity Silver squad. Coach Joe was most recently the Varsity Bronze coach with McKinney HS. He's familiar to many players in our program, having coached them with the McKinney North Stars the past four seasons.

Coach Joe brings eight years of coaching and 14 years of professional playing experience to FIHA.

Robert (Bobby) Chapman will join FIHA as a Head Coach with our Junior Varsity.  Coach Bobby was most recently the Head Coach of the McKinney JV Gold team. He's also coached many of our FIHA
players with the McKinney North Stars the past four seasons.

He brings four years of coaching teams and in skills camps, along with a background in hockey operations and hockey program coordination.

Coach Blaznek and Coach Chapman will be participating with our summer teams. Both bring a strong background in player development through skills training along with an understanding of hockey systems that together has led to individual player advancement and success for their teams on the ice.

The remainder of the 2019-2020 coaching staff will be announced this summer.

 - Coach Mike Hogan, FIHA Director of Coaching

Frisco wins bronze at 2019 USA Hockey High School Nationals

It wasn't the color they were gunning for, but Frisco's Varsity Gold squad is coming back to Texas with a hard-earned bronze medal from the 2019 USA Hockey High School National Championship.

Frisco dropped a 2-0 thriller to Colorado's state champs Boulder Monarch in Sunday's semifinal.

The bronze is Frisco's second national medal in three years. The team claimed gold in 2017.

The two evenly matched squads battled for every inch of ice through two scoreless periods before Boulder broke through with a pair goals early in the third. Frisco's offense dominated the rest of the period, generating multiple chances, but was unable to secure the equalizer.

Cam Pendleton, making his second start of the day, was solid between the pipes for Frisco, stopping 28 of 30 shots he faced.

Frisco finished the tournament with a 4-1 record, knocking off the champions from California, Indiana, Ohio and Wyoming.

It was announced after the game that the team will be honored by the City of Frisco during a council meeting on May 7. Details of the event will be forwarded shortly.

Well done, boys! Looking forward to another impressive result when DFW hosts the national tournament in 2020.


Another week, another championship for FIHA! Varsity Gold claimed the ATT Metroplex High School Hockey League championship Thursday night with an 8-0 win over Highland Park.  Special teams were the difference as Frisco tallied four power play and two shorthanded goals in the rout. Cameron Wee led the way with a pair of goals, while Mikey Kennedy,  CJ Bachman, John Muir, Cullen Hogan, Cole Enloe and Stefan Kruger each chipped in singles. Cam Pendleton turned aside all 14 shots he faced to earn the shutout.

Varsity Gold now has a month to gear up for the National Championships in Cleveland, Ohio. Don't miss out on your chance to help support their journey! FIHA has a number of fundraising events in the coming weeks including a Summer Prep Camp, FIHA night at Panera, a public skate at StarCenter, a GoFundMe page and a state champs hoodie sale. Let's dig deep and support the boys as they work to capture Frisco's second national title in three years!


For the second time in three seasons, Frisco has captured the Texas Amateur Hockey Association State Championship! The club swept the three-game preliminaries, then sealed the deal with a clinical 8-0 evisceration of McKinney on Sunday.  Stefan Kruger scored his first of two goals 49 seconds into the contest to provide all the offense needed in support of Weston Walker's 21-save shutout. Congrats to our players, coaches, parents and everyone in the FIHA organization! Next stop: Cleveland for the National Championship in March! We'll have fundraising details shortly.

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