The Atlantic Hockey Federation will be collaborating with the Amateur Hockey Report for the 2022-2023 season. Entering their 22nd year, Amateur Hockey Report is one of the leading ‘unbiased’ sources for scouting with the biggest collection of scouted player reports and over 100,000 player profiles. Clients of AHR include the NHL, CHL, NCAA and many junior hockey programs. AHR covers U10 to U18 and juniors of all levels, not just elite players allowing all players exposure to every college and junior team. 

AHR will write player and team features for the Atlantic Hockey Federation. Plus, AHF players have the opportunity to register through AHR to read player reports on the players in the league. “Amateur Hockey Report is the premier scouting service for 10U-18U in the country, the AHF is excited to work with AHR to educate and promote our players,” stated AHF Commissioner Tony Zasowski. This partnership ensures that all players are gaining the necessary exposure to assist them in their advanced goals and aspirations. 

“The Atlantic Hockey Federation is an innovative Tier 2 league with a bright future and AHR is excited to find the talent it holds and get those players exposure to the highest levels of the game,” said AHR owner Eric Krupka.

About Atlantic Hockey Federation – In its 2nd year, the Atlantic Hockey Federation (“AHF”) is one of the largest USA Hockey Sanctioned Elite Tier-II Youth Hockey League that facilitates games throughout the Mid-Atlantic for its club members and families. The AHF provides high-quality league games and showcases for over 500 teams from 45+ organizations across 6 Mid-Atlantic states. The AHF currently fields youth hockey programs at AA, A and B divisions for the following age groups: the 8U AAA Full Ice, 8U Half Ice, 10U, 12U, 14U, 15U/16U and 18U age levels. The AHF is truly a unique opportunity as each of the Founders and Member clubs operate at all levels of the youth and junior hockey spectrum from Mite thru to Midget at the youth level and from Tier III juniors all the way up to Tier I juniors in the USHL.  If you are looking for value and exposure to play college hockey, the AHF is also for you.