Teams looking for games with MHA should contact Tim Smith at email@example.com
We can start Skills Training on December 14. It looks like USM will remain closed to the public so we will continue using the Colisee and Troubh when available. We will also be skating at Thompson's Point on Monday evenings.
Massachusetts is currently only allowing Massachusetts teams to play games in Massachusetts at this time. The Valley League is working on scheduling games in NH vs Maine/NH teams. More info to follow.
MHA begins their season right after Labor Day and continues into mid to late March. We practice 2-3 times per week (mostly 3 times) for approximately 80 hours of practice time every year. Most of our practices at at USM's Olympic sized rink. We sometimes skate at the Colisee in Lewiston if USM's college teams play during our practice times. Our teams play our games in the Valley League based out of Haverhill, Massachusetts. We play a 35 game schedule where we play two games on a Saturday about 3 times per month. Games are usually about an hour or so apart. Games are usually in Haverhill, Lawrence or Methuen, MA. Please read more about the Valley League on this webpage.
Download the SportsEngine App to keep up to date with your child's MHA team! You can keep track of the schedule for practices and games.
Game schedules and standings for our teams can be found here.
MHA will continue playing in the the Valley Hockey League. This is one of the largest leagues in the United States and has produced many top junior, college and pro players over the years. The league has been a gateway for many players to be noticed by many of the top programs in the northeast. By having a large number of teams, the league is able to have a parity system that allows teams to be placed in a division that best fits them.
Who is Graeme Townshend? Click on the link the link to find out.
Graeme personally designs practices for MHA and will be on the ice with your child weekly during the year.
What makes MHA different than other organizations??? We develop our players instead of always worrying about the W's and L's. Yes, we like to win during the regular season. We just don't limit our players ice time to get the W. If your child puts in the effort in practice and games, he/she WILL get better. We offer the most skilled skills instructors around. Graeme Townshend, Seth Goodson and many other guest instructors from Townshend Hockey will help prepare your child to be a better hockey player. More information about our Townshend Hockey instructors can be found at www.townshendhockey.com
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MHA is an organization where their mission is to develop their hockey players to be the best that they can be. Practices are designed with more of an emphasis on teaching skills rather than just teaching systems.
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