• 2017 Indoor Pan American Cup - Argentina vs Trinidad & Tobago

    Argentina Tops Standings, Canada & USA Undefeated. Day 1 Womens Indoor Pan Am Cup  x 5  x 3

    Uruguay suffer first loss while Guyana, Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago search for first points

    An enthusiastic crowed welcomed Guyana and Canada for the opening match of Day 2 They were disappointed when Michelle Weber opened the scoring for Canada. Some nice passing and good finish by Kathleen Leahy doubled their lead More

  • 2017 Indoor Pan American Cup - Guyana vs Trinidad & Tobago

    Canada and Trinidad & Tobago Convincing on Day 2 Mens Indoor Pan Am Cup  x 4  x 3

    Argentina earns first points while Barbados, Mexico remain winless

    Day 2 of the Mens Cup opened with Canada playing Barbados. Initially Barbados held possession for periods of time but were susceptible to the strong passing and quick attack from Canada. More

  • Ken Pereira (Canada)

    400th Cap milestone for Canadian Ken Pereira  

    Looking for his next Pan American Cup gold medal, the co-captain of the Canadian Indoor National Team is no rookie: today, in Georgetown, Guyana, Ken Pereira took his position on the court after hearing the pre-game Canadian national anthem for the 400th time, a combination of 348 outdoor Caps and 52 indoor Caps! More

  • 2017 Indoor Pan American Cup - Argentina vs Barbados

    Argentina and Uruguay top the tables with two wins on Day 1 Womens Indoor Pan Am Cup  x 6  x 6

    Canada and USA undefeated after one match while hosts Guyana suffer narrow loss

    The opening match of the 2017 Womens Pan Am Cup started quickly for Argentina. Three goals by Carina Guzman in the opening 3 minutes had Barbados on their heels. More

  • 2017 Indoor Pan American Cup - Canada vs Mexico

    Canada and Trinidad & Tobago Impress on Day 1 Mens Indoor Pan Am Cup  x 3  x 3

    Canada, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago picked up victories on day one of the Mens Indoor Pan American Cup in Georgetown, Guyana More

  • 2017 Indoor Pan American Cup, Guyana - Canada

    Canada ready to face the heat in Guyana  

    Scott Sandison, coach to Canada, current reigning men’s champions

    With just a few days to go before the 7th Indoor Pan American Cup bursts into life, we meet up with the coach of one of the teams tipped to take the title. Scott Sandison is coach to the current reigning men’s champions, Canada, and as one of the players in the last edition of this event, Scott has a good idea of what his players can expect as they seek a third consecutive indoor title. More

  • PAHF Managing Director

    PAHF Managing Director  x 2

    Day-to-day management of the organization

    The PAHF seeking an experienced, dynamic leader, passionate about sport and its’ development in the Pan Americas, and ready to take on the challenge of strategically growing the programs and resources of PAHF as its Managing Director. More

  • 2017 Indoor Pan American Cups

    Indoor hockey provides new opportunities

    Fast, furious and great entertainment, indoor hockey is the lesser-known relative of the outdoor game, but with the advent of the seventh Pan American Indoor Cups in Georgetown, Guyana, in October, this is a chance for some of the nations who are still at the developmental stages of the outdoor game to really make a challenge for a podium place. More

  • 2017 Pan American Cup - Semi-Final - USA vs. Chile

    Chile turn up the heat on top teams

    The fifth women’s Pan American Cup threw up a new player on the scene as Chile pulled off a shock defeat of the USA to set up a final with Argentina. This was the first time in the Cup’s history that the final was not contested by the two heavyweights of the PAHF hockey scene, Argentina and USA. More

  • Canadian umpires Sacre, Klenk on the rise at Panamerican Cups  

    Just as a new era of hockey has evolved. Now more than ever are the demands for quality, intuitive and fit umpires a necessity of one of the world’s most popular team sports. Meet Lelia Sacre and Tyler Klenk, umpires of PanAm Cups in Lancaster More