Hello and welcome to the seventh NAPHL event of the 2020-21 season. Thank you for being a member and fan of the NAPHL! The weekend of December 18-21 features competition in the Tier 1 Conference. We are here to help inform and provide guidance through the upcoming NAPHL event in North Texas. Everyone has worked really hard to get players back on the ice, so please review this important information prior to your arrival.
Important scheduling note: Because of the ongoing Covid-19 situation and teams that are unable to participate, there have been alterations to the original schedule. Please make sure you are following the schedule links listed below.
Now in its 12th season, no other USA Hockey youth league does more for its players than the NAPHL. Operated by the full-time staff of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), who make it their mission to outperform others both on and off the ice in promoting its players. The NAPHL has proved over the years that the league is a great stepping-stone for development and training for young hockey players looking to gain experience and knowledge to work their way up to the National level.
The NAPHL continues to monitor local and federal guidelines and will follow the recommendations in place. Even with everyone’s participation, the NAPHL cannot eliminate all risk associated with Covid-19. By choosing to participate, players and guests are assuming the risk of contracting Covid-19 at the event. With that said, we need everyone's cooperation and commitment to follow the Return To Play guidelines as outlined by the NAPHL and the Children's Health StarCenters in Euless, Farmers Branch, Frisco, McKinney, Plano, and Richardson. A few of those guidelines are listed below but it is important that you become familiar with all of the Return To Play guidelines: Read Here
For those who will not be attending, all NAPHL games will be broadcast live on HockeyTV by selecting the Elite Package.