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Las Vegas 2022

Las Vegas International Championships

November 10-13, 2022 -- Las Vegas, NV



This tournament is FULL!  Any teams that register after August 25th will be placed on a wait list!


The annual Armed Services Hockey Association tournament in Las Vegas is the largest open invitation international military ice hockey tournament in the world.  2022 marks the 19th anniversary (counting a year off due to COVID) of the tournament, which has grown from 6 teams to nearly 60 teams and 800 players in a few short years.  ASHA is 501c3 IRS approved public charity, registered as an international amateur sports association.


1 APRIL 2022
Team registration opens for all teams.


Register at this link:


1 AUGUST 2022

Individual registration opens for all players without a team.

The "Free Agent" registration page will appear here on our website on 1 August - you will be placed on a team on or before 15 October 2022.

Entry Fee



$500 non-refundable deposit due immediately upon registration.


Other payments can be paid at any time - 

Venmo: @armedsvcshockey


ASHA Swag Store:


Payment-in-full due by September 15th - failure to pay in full by that date will result in immediate removal of your team from the tournament. Due to previous issues with payments, this is mandatory and not extendable. 


Individually registered players (those without a team) will coordinate with their assigned team for payment.


7 Team pools for first 2 games


10 playoff divisions from those initial pools for next 2 games


Top 2 teams in each playoff division move on to division championship


4 games guaranteed to all teams

Each team is guaranteed 4 games. Teams that reach their division's championship will play in a 5th game.  Teams register for one of five divisions and are placed into one of six pools, based on their registration level combined with the average level of their registered players.  After 2 games of pool play, teams are distributed among seven divisions, based on power rankings (win/loss, head-to-head, goals for, etc).  The top two teams in each division after two more games move on to the championship for that division.