Get a jump start on the 2015-16 season and Skate with the Tigers. Middlebury Union High School Hockey coaches Derek Bartlett, Matt Brush, and the high school hockey players will be running a 5 day clinic Monday, October 12 through Friday, October 16. The focus of the clinic will be skill development as well as specific hockey concepts involving offensive and defensive play.
If interested, contact email@example.com to register. The clinic fee is $90 which covers ice costs and includes a donation to the Middlebury Union High School boys and girls hockey programs.
This season MAHA will continue its longstanding commitment to coaching excellence, respect for the game, and competitive play. In particular, I am excited to introduce our new ‘Girls Learn to Play Hockey’ program, to optimize use of USA Hockey’s American Development Model (ADM), and to leverage the enthusiasm and expertise of 2 incoming board members: Levi Doria (Director of Coaching) and Eileen Sears (Girls Program Director). I am confident these developments will improve the hockey experience for current participants, while broadening access for the local community.
MAHA’s board and its coaches strive to establish a safe and fun environment for youth athletes, but the organization will truly thrive with input and enthusiasm from all participants. I look forward to seeing players give their best this winter and to parents encouraging their kids. And, if you have feedback on the program or are interested in volunteering with the organization, the board would love to hear from you.
Finally, I would like to thank outgoing board members Rick Viens, Terri Phelps, and Bryan Carson. We are excited to build on the impressive standards they established through their years of service to the organization.
at the The Warming Hut (Recreation park @ Mary Hogan School). Visible from the rink.
or Wednesday, Sept. 23rd, 6pm to 8 pm.
at the Memorial Sports Center, 296 Buttolph Drive, Middlebury, VT.
For more information about fees and programs, including, Learn to Skate for 4 to 7 year olds and Learn to Play Hockey for girls 9 to 14, view our 2015-2016 Handbook
Q: I already registered my skater for the season, do I need to come?
A: Information about our MAHA programs for the upcoming season will be available. Payment of fees is also due at these sessions.
Q: I still want to register my skater for a MAHA program -- can I do that during these sessions?
A: Yes. For more information about our programs and fees, please view our 2015-2016 Handbook
Q: Do I need to register my player with USA Hockey?
A: Yes! To sign up for a MAHA program, all participants (except Learn to Skate players) must register as members of USA Hockey prior to registration. To do this, please visit www.usahockeyregistration.com/ and register your son or daughter as a player. A $44 fee will be charged. (Exception: Those born in 2009 or after do not have to pay the $44 fee. However, they still need to register and obtain a USAH number.) Please print and bring the confirmation sheet with you to registration or email the page to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Do you need equipment?
A: Equipment rental will take place at these sessions, so please bring your child with you for a fitting.
Q: Are you interested in a scholarship?
A: Scholarships are available for all programs on a first come-first served basis.