The Armstrong Arrows "National Bound" Program is an elite Tier II Hockey Program with the intent of their teams competing for the USA Hockey Tier II National Championships each year. Armstrong Arrows National Bound 19U Girls Team is a proud member of the Pittsburgh Amateur Hockey League (PAHL). This team is a girls only team.
The goal of each “National Bound” Team is to qualify for the USA Hockey Tier II National Championships March 31 - April 4, 2022. 19U Girls USA Hockey Tier II National Championship Location: West Chester, PA
You must click on and read the AAHL Tryout & Travel Hockey Guide 2021-2022 before registering.
Girls age 19 down to age 15. Girls born in the year 2002 up to 2006.
Arrows player uniforms consist of home / away jerseys, socks, and shell . Each player will be required and responsible for the purchase and care of their Arrows uniform. Costs associated with their uniform are not included in the season fee. Please see policies for more information.
2021 - 2022 Season
** Please download and read the "AAHL Tryout and Travel Hockey Guide 2021 - 2022" found on the home page. **
If registering before April 1, 2021, your USA Hockey confirmation number will not be required to complete the online registration. Your 2021-2022 USA Hockey confirmation number will be required before tryouts. Either bring a paper copy to tryouts to turn in at sign in, or alternately, the option to upload it to your AAHL registration will be available.
If registering after April 1, 2021, your USA Hockey confirmation number for the 2021 - 2022 season will be required to complete the online registration.
Please register now for the upcoming season!
AAHL reserves the right to hold supplemental tryouts to fill any & all open roster positions post open tryouts.
AAHL will adhere to all policies of USA Hockey and Mid Am in regards to tryout dates.
PAHL Team Placement:
Arrows Nat. Bound 19U Girls may or may not compete in PAHL. If so, AAHL will make a placement recommendation, but the PAHL determines the final placement of ALL teams in the league. AAHL cannot guarantee the level of play for any team playing in PAHL.