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Happy spring!

First all of, thank you for the incredible show of support during the Hockeyville campaign. Although we weren’t the winner of the grand prize, we came out of it with some funds that will be very helpful for the upcoming renovation to Memorial Sports Center. And more importantly, we were reminded how wonderful and generous our Middlebury hockey community is, so thanks again!

In other news, the Memorial Day parade is coming up. Please come and march with MAHA! Meet us at the Center for the Arts parking lot at 8:30 AM on Monday morning. Look for the Zamboni; we’ll be handing out jerseys for kids and parents to wear. Dress festive! We hope you can join us.

Lastly, Middlebury College will again be offering some summer camps in August. This is a great opportunity to get some summer hockey in, right in our own backyard.
Details and registration forms here:

As always, thanks for your support of MAHA. 

Middlebury is a Hockeyville Finalist!

Communities build hockey and hockey builds communities. This year, Memorial Sports Center of Middlebury was selected as one of the four finalist communities who have rallied together behind an amazing story.  

Now it's up to us (and America) to vote Middlebury as the next Kraft Hockeyville! Here's how YOU CAN HELP!

  • VOTE! There is a very short voting period that runs from 12am on Friday, April  13th through 11am on Saturday, April 14th. 
  • Multiple votes are allowed!
  • Spread the word! Use your social networks and email!


The winner will be announced on the afternoon of April 14th during  during an intermission of NBCSN's Stanley Cup Playoffs coverage!


Middlebury’s Try Hockey for Free day was a wonderful experience for the players and coaches who came out to Memorial Sports Center on March 3rd, 2018. The event attracted 36 registered children from the Addison County area between the ages of 4 and 8. Coaches from the Middlebury Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) and volunteer coaches led the kids through basic hockey drills focused on skating, puck handling, and safe play on the ice.

Try Hockey for Free is a great way to give families who are considering hockey the chance to give the sport a try, and we hope that we’ll see many of these awesome kids again next season in MAHA’s Learn to Play and Mite programs.

Photos from the Try Hockey for Free event are available for viewing and free download at

-Michael McAuliffe 

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All sizes (youth & adult) available for try on at Forth 'N Goal Sports

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68 Main Street, Middlebury, VT 05753
Phone: 802-388-3444