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Hockey Factory Madison Spring Team Programs

Hockey Factory Madison offers two exciting programs. We offer our stand alone AAA teams and our AA Alliance teams. 

Scroll down to check out the two programs and what they can offer your skater!

AAA Spring Teams

What are the Hockey Factory Spring Teams? The Hockey Factory Spring Teams are tryout based teams that participate in one full ice practice a week and participate in 1 to 3 tournaments. Tournaments locations are in WI, MN, MI, Or IL. Teams are picked by birth year at these levels. 

Available Birth Year Boys Teams: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009

Tryouts: Skaters participating on these teams will need to go through our Tryout Process

Available Birth Year Girls Teams: Girls U8, Girls U10, and Girls U12

What is the average cost?: Cost is tentatively b/w $700 and $775 

Length of the season? The season varies b/c of tournament but will start in March and end at the end of April or Mid-May. It varies by team.

Practices: All AAA Hockey Factory team practice as a team out of the McFarland Ice Arena and other various rinks in the Madison area. 

AA Alliance Teams


The Alliance Teams structure their spring program in collaboration with member organizations of Northwoods Wisconsin Rapids, Northwoods Minocqua, Northwoods Wausau, Hockey Factory Madison, Hockey Factory Fond du Lac and Hockey Factory Milwaukee.

Team Selection

Each location has skaters sign up to participate on an Alliance team and then are placed on an Alliance team based on their tryout or evaluation performances. Skaters will be assigned an Alliance team with skaters from the other Alliance programs. An example of how a team could be constructed is below. All skaters who sign up will be placed on a team. 

Practice Locations

Skaters attend their local teams practice slots and can even attend other members Alliance practices. Each Alliance practice is structure on developing individual skills run by either a Northwoods or Hockey Factory coaching specialist. Prior to attending their first tournament, the Alliance teams will participate in a team camp weekend to have a weekend of team building practices.