The above link is designed to give those who witness any alleged zero-tolerance violations by spectators toward officials, players or spectators during a youth hockey game.
IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!
Click here to watch a step by step demonstration on how to live score a game.
***10U divisions -- ONLY Quick Score (QS) games! Do not click on the time, click on QS.**
Coaches & Officials- check to see if you need to level up your CEP, Background check and Safe Sport training.
MAHA Grow the Game Director Russ Barnett has put together the following document to share growth ideas here in the state. Please reach out to Russ at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your ideas on how MAHA can continue to Grow the Game.
10U Half-ice playing rules will be updated soon. Check back later or ask your associations MAHA rep.
The MAHA Board has passed the MAHA Officiating Abuse - Zero Tolerance Policy. This policy will be in effect immediately. Please make sure that all within your local associations and USA Hockey registered adult groups are aware of this policy.
USA Hockey recently released its Declaration of Player Safety, Fair Play and Respect. Along with examples of acceptable body checks and non-acceptable body checks. Please find that information in the links below.
Declaration of Safety, Fair Play and Respect.
The video to the right shares examples of acceptable and unacceptable body checking to help educate all involved in the sport as to the intent of the Declaration, which is focused on player safety and moving our sport forward.
It should be noted that USA Hockey supports legal body contact and body checking. The culture shift is an on-going effort to eliminate 1) hits from behind, 2) late hits and 3) hits to the head by more clearly defining body checking.
Please click the link to view the new MATCH penalty requirement for anyone that uses hateful or discriminatory language. USA Hockey rule 601 (e3). https://www.usahockey.com/news_article/show/1061121
The Program Services site is a resource center for local youth association leadership. Its goal is to provide local associations with the tools necessary to deliver the best youth sports experience in their community. These include growth and retention programs that associations can easily apply in their own structure.