Boys AA

The Nashville Jr Predators Hockey Club offers Tier II Boys hockey teams at for players between the ages of 9 to 18 who compete against tier II competition across the country. All of our Tier II Boys teams are a part of the Southeastern Amateur Hockey Association District. For more information on each team, select your team below or continue scrolling to learn more about the Boys Tier II Program.



    All selected players will participate in training camp in August to prepare for the season. Camp highlights include positional clinics, team building, on-ice training, off-ice training, classroom instruction and video sessions.


    All the teams will participate in a unique High-Performance Weekend to kick off the season. In addition to all the components of a routine High-Performance Weekend, this is an opportunity to meet the coaching staff and other Jr. Predators families.


    Parallel weekday practices will be provided in each local supporting association (on-ice & off-ice); combined age groups; heavy focus on skill development; follow the skill progression of the USA Hockey ADM Program.


    At least once a month teams take on this training camp style experience. Typically 4-5 hours on-ice practice, off-ice training, classroom style instruction, video analysis, team building, cross-over instruction from entire coaching staff are all included. These weekends help maintain a high practice-game ratio.


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Tier 2 Affiliate Hockey Alliance

The Carolina Jr. Hurricanes, McKinney North Stars, Coral Springs Makos, Nashville Jr Predators and the Vegas Jr. Golden Knights are proud to announce the formation of the Tier 2 Affiliate Hockey Alliance (T2AHA). The schedule will consist of 5 divisions, 10U AA, 12U AA, 14U AA, 16U AA, and 18U AA and have representation by all 5 member clubs. Each member will host a weekend and travel to 3 of the other 4 member club host weekends, with the exception of 18U who will each host a weekend and travel to 2 of the 4 host weekends. Balanced schedules, no tournament entry fees, minimized hotel nights, no stay to play requirements and consistent competition are some of the highlights of the partnership.

The goal of the alliance is simple, create a partnership with programs consisting of like-minded individuals to ensure an efficient, well executed competition platform while removing logistical challenges that plague Tier 2 hockey clubs. With solidified backing from all 5 member clubs, the T2AHA is immediately set up for success and drives home all the key elements that a club desires when creating a travel schedule that consists of efficiency and effectiveness.