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Dublin High School Hockey Association



Summer League: Begins June 5 – with playoffs ending July 31 

DHSHA will field 4 teams to participate in the Chiller’s Summer League program. This is similar to Pond Hockey but played at the high school level (5v5 non-checking). 

The teams will be Celts Gold & Celts Black (Jerome), Team Green (Coffman) and Team Black (combination of Scioto and Coffman players) 

• Each Player must have a valid USAHockey number. 

• Cost Per Player: $150 (Addt’l cost for jersey, if needed) 

Summer Skate: Begins first week of June 

Each school provides an opportunity for players to practice with their respective high school team and additional ice time with the high school coaches. (final details on dates and times will be forthcoming. 

• Fee for the 2021/22 season will be credited toward each player’s registration fee when registering for the high school season. 

• Cost Per Player: $125 (To be paid at or prior to the first session

Captain Skates: Begins first week of September Thru Tryouts 

• Generally two times per week, instructed by professional coaches 

Upcoming Season: 

The official dates are not yet released but here is an anticipated overview: 

• Mandatory 4 Checking Clinics – 10/29, 11/1, 11/2, 11/3

• Tryouts 11/5 & 11/6 

• Season Begins 11/19/21 and Ends 3/13/22 

Please reach out to your team trustees to register for these programs, and with any additional questions. 

Adam Allgeyer Memorial Tournament


Dublin Hockey Families and the Central Ohio Hockey Community:

Our annual Adam Allgeyer Memorial Tournament had to be postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and it is unknown when it will be rescheduled for the 2020-2021 season.  With proceeds from past tournaments, the Dublin High School Hockey Association (DHSHA) established and continues as the custodian of a separate fund in Adam’s name to provide scholarships of financial assistance to families that may not be able to afford the annual cost of ice hockey. 

In an effort to raise funds this year without the tournament, the Association has established a GoFundMe Charity campaign.  100% of each donation will be placed in the Allgeyer Scholarship Fund.  

On behalf of the Allgeyer Fund, the Dublin High School Hockey Association is truly appreciative of your donation and support!

Thank you!

Scholarship Information

The Allgeyer Tournament will continue to fund the Adam Allgeyer Scholarship.  The Association encourages supporters to make donations in Adam Allgeyer's name to the Dublin High School Hockey Association (DHSHA). With these contributions, DHSHA established and is the custodian of a separate Allgeyer Fund. One of the purposes of the Allgeyer Fund is to provide scholarships of financial assistance to families that may not be able to afford the annual cost of Ice Hockey. Applicants shall be in good standing with the association, participate in at least two major fundraising activities (Memorial, Irish Festival, Allgeyer Tournament), and must be willing to commit to volunteer 8 hours for either the Allgeyer Tournament or another DHSHA event.  The deadline for application is September 1st. The President will convene the Allgeyer Scholarship Committee. All information provided to the Committee is anonymous. The Committee will confidentially review and respond to all requests. A response from the Committee may require an interview with the player and/or the player's parent(s). Eligibility and consideration will be based on the availability of funds, the number of requests and academic eligibility.

For more information, please contact the DHSHA President. 

Mission Statement

The Association was formed to provide financial and other support for Ohio High School Athletic Association (“OHSAA”) sanctioned (“Varsity”) hockey programs at all Dublin high schools, and such club teams (“Club”) as are necessary to operate a well-rounded program.
The Association’s goals are:

  1. To provide a positive high school hockey and academic experience for Dublin City School District ("District") students.
  2. For its programs to be competitive statewide.
  3. For its players and parents to be ambassadors for the District and the game of hockey.

Board members shall, to the extent possible, make decisions which are best for all players within the Association.