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2023-24 Lakeland Travel Payment Registration

Please click the registration link to register for your monthly travel ice payments below: 

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The only people allowed on the ice during a practice or on the bench during a game are rostered players or coaches.  Having others on the ice or the bench invalidates the USA Hockey insurance and puts the head coach at risk for disciplinary action and potential lawsuit should an un-rostered individual be injured.  The USA Insurance coverage will not cover you or anyone on the ice, including an injured party.  The rule applies to player siblings, coaches other children, friends, and even those rostered on other Lakeland teams. This is NOT optional, and coaches will be suspended immediately pending a hearing if it occurs. This is not a LHA rule, but a USA Hockey / MAHA rule and it will be strictly enforced.


The Lakeland Hockey Association provides a competitive environment for hockey players looking to take the next step on their hockey journey.

Our Travel teams compete at the Tier 2 (A & AA) level, in the Little Caesar's Amateur Hockey League (LCAHL).  

We are fortunate to have travel teams at each level, creating a tiered structure in skill level that gives players within the association a chance to develop and grow to a higher team within their own rink throughout their hockey journey.

We would love for you to be apart of our Lakeland Hockey family!


All coaches on the ice are required to wear a helmet. Guest 'coaches’ on the ice must also wear helmets.  It is the head coaches responsibility to make sure this policy is followed. If your team has someone come to your practice to work with your team and they are on the ice, they must have a helmet. NO EXCEPTIONS. These coaches must also be USA Hockey registered.  Again, failure to follow this policy puts the head coach at risk for disciplinary action. Both of these are USA Hockey rules and are not negotiable.