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Early Registration for 2024-2025 Season

Happy spring, hockey families!

While you are getting ready for spring sports, your MAHA board members are thinking up the 2024-2025 season. We invite you to register early. Knowing who will play next year will help us determine how many teams we will send into competition, how much ice to rent, etc.

We are excited to have an experienced and dedicated group of coaches returning to work with our players next season.

  • 8U - Head Coach = Duncan Rollason
  • 8U Jam Mites - Head Coach = Dana Robinson
  • 10U (2+ teams) - Coaches = Mike Leonard, Taylor Quesnel, Mike Bergeron, Matt Bourgeois and Andrew Daly
  • 12U (2+ teams) - Coaches = Matt Kubacki, Joe Giordano, Matt Daly, Erin Robinson, and Eamon Del Giacco
  • 14U (1 team) - Coaches = Brendan Collins, Adam Paquette

What’s in it for you? If you register by April 30th, you will save $50 on your season fees and receive a MAHA t-shirt.

Check out the registration for more information. And please reach out to us via with any questions.


Interested in Bruins Learn to Play or Learn to Skate?  Registration will open for these programs over the summer

With our best wishes for a fun spring season,

Your friends at MAHA

Hockey Camps!

If you are interested in working on your game after the season, here are a few camps to consider. We encourage you to reach out to your coaches to discuss which camp might best suit your interests.

Girls 4 Hockey (G4H)

Light the Lamp


Kellian Hockey

Hometown Hockey

Amanda Pelkey Camps

Rutland Summer Ice - 3v3, Skills and Stick & Puck

Vermont Flames Spring Skills Camp

Vermont Flames Summer Hockey School

Dave Randall - North American Hockey Systems

Pro Stride

Laura Stamm Power Skating

Greg Carter Hockey Camps

MAC Goaltending

TPG Top Prospects Goaltending

Please let us know if you recommend others not listed here!

Thank you State Playdown volunteers!

Hello Fellow Middlebury Hockey Families!

Thank you to all the families who volunteered and showed up to cheer on the Tigers at the  State play-down tournaments these past two weekends.  We appreciate your support.

Enjoy the last couple weeks of the hockey season!

- MAHA Board

Neck Guard Policy

On behalf of the MAHA board, effective immediately all MAHA players are required to wear a neck guard during all practices and games. Coaches will ask players to go back to the locker room and get their neck guard if they show up on the ice with out it. Neck guards are a simple way to prevent a potentially life-threatening injury. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to MAHA's Player Safety Coordinator, Krysta Laroche,,  or any other board member.

If you are unsure what a neck guard is or where to buy them, we have listed a few options below. Most hockey retailers have them, as well as Play It Again Sports (Blue Mall in South Burlington) and Kevin Smith Sports (Williston Road in South Burlington).

Simple neck guard: : Shock Doctor Ultra 2.0 Neck Guard Black Junior : Sports & Outdoors

Compression shirt with built in neck guard: CCM Neck Guard Long Sleeve Baselayer Top - Youth | Pure Hockey Equipment

If you are curious why this is now becoming a requirement, attached is the link to a recent NPR article about the recent death of a former Pittsburgh Penguins player died after being cut in the neck by a skate. Demand for neck guards soars after hockey player's death : NPR

Happy, safe skating!

-  The MAHA Board

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