We're very excited for the 2022-2023 Travel Hockey season!
Tryouts will be held during April 25th - 28th. Times have been announced! See below!
You can register at the link below!
- Last Updated: March 23, 2022, 8:37 PM
The Atlanta Mad Hatters Travel Hockey Program will provide youth hockey players with the opportunity to further develop their hockey and life skills to teach them to be a complete player on and off the ice. Provide a safe and fun atmosphere for youth hockey players, allowing them to push themselves outside of their comfort zone to reach new levels of development.
The Mad Hatter's association provides a detail oriented coaching staff, committed to player development with a heavy emphasis on skill based instruction to give all players the tools to execute high level hockey systems and strategies.
The Atlanta Madhatters believe in the development of the
complete hockey player to ensure they reach their full potential
on and off the ice. This is done by providing a training and
playing environment of the highest quality. We are dedicated
and highly invested in the building of the complete player
physically, technically, tactically, and mentally to prepare them for
Our Atlanta Madhatters coaching staff understand and teach
not only the importance of individual skill development but also
team-building skills such as how to respect one another,
unselfish behavior, decision making, the importance of
communication and not cutting corners. Most of all we want to
help our players develop long-lasting friendships and have fun in
a safe and nurturing environment.
We have created a system and invested in resources for long
term development for our athletes to excel. In addition to our
professional coaching staff, the organization has invested
resources geared toward total player development - from the
classroom, to the gym, to individualized on-ice training.
Players - Who work hard/compete, are coachable, show good sportsmanship, and who push themselves outside their comfort zone.
Coaches - Who emphasize details and give players individualize feedback and attention. Who also show great leadership and communication skills.
Parents - Who support their players goals, not their own goals for their player. Who show courtesy and respect towards the officials, players, coaches, and other team.
Officials - Who give our teams the opportunity to play the game they love, and keep the game safe for all involved.
Volunteers - Who step up to participate in game day operations and keep things working behind the scenes.
As a Tier II Program, the Atlanta Mad Hatters 14U and 16U teams participate in the NAPHL (North American Prospects Hockey League) league, in the Showcase Division. The 2020-2021 Season marks the second year the Mad Hatters 14U team competed.
The Mad Hatters went up against against teams from California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Illinois to name a few. As a Tier II team, competing against teams at this level is a great experience. To qualify and advance through the tournament to to the final and compete for the 1st place in the team's second year participation in a major accomplishment! Kudos to the coaches and entire team for working hard all season!
Director of Youth Hockey
Asst. Director of Youth Hockey
Director of Hockey Operations