Mini Mite division will skate the first 3-4 practices and then the teams will be divided up.
Practices are every Tuesday at 6:00PM (Grey Rink) and Saturdays at 11:00AM (Blue Rink)
Please visit www.lakelandarena.com for information
Practice will be Tuesday 9/4 at 5:00PM
All Bantam families will receive an e-mail with information on the Bantam team today. We had players drop and do not have enough players for 2 teams. Some registered players will be on a waitlist while we work with other rinks to try and create a second team. We apologize for this delay.
HC: Joe Catanzarite
First Practice:9/7 at 6:40PM
Second Practice:9/9 at 11:15AM
HC: Don Farnsworth
First Practice:9/7 at 7:20PM
Second Practice:9/9 at 9:15AM
Co-Coaches: Kyle Stearns & Jon Karibean
First Practice: 9/7 at 7:00PM
Second Practice: 9/9 at 10:15AM
HC: Ty Valascho
First Practice: 9/7 at 7:40PM
Second Practice:9/9 at 10:45AM
HC: Al LaLone
First Practice: NEW DATE AND TIME Saturday 9/8 at 1:00PM
Second Practice:9/9 at 9:45AM
HC: Chris Lobocki
First Practice: 9/7 at 8:00PM
Second Practice: 9/9 at 11:45AM
Squirt, Pee Wee and Bantam Teams will be posted Friday evening here on the website.
Practices (First 2)for Squirt, Pee Wee, and Bantam divisions will start on Friday September 7th and Sunday September 9th.
Mini Mite players will have their first practices on Tuesday, September 4th at 6:00PM and Saturday, September 8th at 11:00AM. Teams will be divided up after a few skates.
Mite players-Information will be posted at www.lakelandarena.com on Tuesday.
Now taking registrations. If you are looking for Mite Full Ice you need to go to www.lakelandarena.com
If you are interested in signing up for house hockey please call Brad Martin at 248-666-2090
We have NO room for Bantams
You can register with the link to the right or go to www.lakelandarena.com
Lakeland Hockey Association (LHA) is a non-profit volunteer based organization that oversees one of the finest youth hockey programs in
LHA is a non-profit volunteer based youth hockey organization whose sole purpose is to promote a safe, economical, and rewarding experience for its members wanting to participate in ice hockey. LHA believes in fairness, integrity, player education, sportsmanship, and player enjoyment at all levels. Success is measured off the ice as young players develop into responsible adults that our community can be proud to have as ambassadors.
LHA’s goals are to develop its players′ work ethic and character on and off the ice, teach the fundamentals of hockey, and promote good sportsmanship and everlasting friendships. LHA strives to create a program that provides a challenging yet fun and safe environment for its players.