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IMPORTANT TRYOUT INFROMATION FROM MAHA

March Tryouts Push Back to April 7, 2020

Over the last week, we have seen local schools, universities, amateur and professional sports and both large and small business take important steps in order to best mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The President of the United States has declared a National Emergency, and the Governor of Michigan has also issued similar declarations.

As part of the Governor’s order, she is limiting large gatherings to 250 people, with a recommendation that gatherings not be over 100 people. We are expecting mandates of even lower gathering numbers as the amount of confirmed cases increase in Michigan. In addition, several municipal rinks have announced they will be closed for the next several weeks and some have also announced they are taking ice out early to reduce expenses incurred with idle facilities. This leaves some associations with no ice until early April.

Today (March 14) the Michigan Amateur Hockey Executive Board has enacted an additional emergency action to push back the start of ALL tryouts for next season until no earlier than April 7, 2020. The Executive Committee feels this best serves the overall well-being of our players, coaches, officials, volunteers and their families, and that it will help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. We also feel that this will help provide a fair and equitable playing field for all organizations and teams to be able to start tryouts on level footing. MAHA expects all organizations and coaches to be respectful of this change and MAHA will enforce sanctions of anyone found violating that date. Violations could include executing commitments, parent/player contact, evaluation skates, team building exercises etc. Sanctions can impact an organization's ability to play in leagues and district or state tournaments next season, as well. 

Be advised that tryouts dates could still change further as the situation evolves. 

We will continue to monitor state and local government directives and provide updates as needed. Thank you for your continued support. Stay healthy.

2020 Mini Mite and Mite Spring Hockey

2020 Sring Hockey Registration for Mini Mite and Mite below

Squirt, Pee Wee, and Bantam Spring Hockey Information Below

Squirt, Pee Wee, and Bantam Spring Hockey Registration Link Below

Mite Players

Mite Families,

Please go to www.lakelandarena.com for information about the Mite program.

Squirt Team 32- Lakeland Predators

Head Coach: Dave Ranger

 

Jackson Atwell
Noah Darnell
Noah Faw
Nathaniel  Faw
Brecken Fox
Noah Leddy
Quinlan Gnatek
Nola O'Dea
Landon Ranger
Sadie Schafer
Maxwell Wolfram
Emily Ziola

Squirt Team 33: Lakeland Griffins

Head Coach: Chris King

Cole Gerling
Caleb Kenerson
Logan King
Jack Ladouceur
Holden Malec
Kellen McKay
John-Paul Olszewski
Ethan Parsons
Dominic  Roncone
Fischer Seets
Henry Stewart
Charlie Sullivan

Pee Wee 42: Lakeland Predators

Head Coach: Don Farnsworth

 

Jeff Andrews
Zane Austin
Cameron Boucher
Evan Brueckner
Spencer Columbus
Owen Crossett
Mason Cuthbertson
Brooklyn Farnsworth
Kyle  Farnsworth
Roman George
Kylie McLeod
Patrick Riney
Michael Spangler
Matthew Toombs
Thomas Vargas
Cody Wink

Pee Wee 43: Lakeland Raptors

Head Coach: Al LaLone

Preston  Cook
Anthony Del Pup
Jay Fuhs
Maxwell Hopkins
Linkin Howell
Andrew Jennings
Luke LaLone
Ashley Leddy
Nolan Ouellette
Alexander Paige
Marcus Paul
James Pipia
Noah Sallach
Luke Sallach
Ari Snider
Liam  Sutherland

 

Pee Wee 44: Lakeland Griffins

Coaches: Kyle Stearns and Jon Karibean

Bode Bogosian
Tyler Caslmon
Dylan Coppens
Owen Fulsher
Benjamin Johnson
Alex Johnson
Alexander Karibian
Mikey Karwaski
Riley O'Rear
Nolan Payne
Taj Spencer
Griffin Springs
Garrett Springs
Miles Stearns 
Justin Verville
Noah Voss

Pee Wee 45: Lakeland Condors

Head Coach: Brad Palmer

Logan Carpinelli
Jack Drobot
Nicholas Eastman
Asher Kish
Jake Klimkiewicz
Nathan Marik
Everett Marik
Landon Metcalf
Nathan  Morgan
Marcus Palmer
Justin Palmer
Nathaneil Rickle
Gavin Rose
Daniel Szailer
Keith Tryson
CJ - Samuel  Yi 

Bantam 52: Lakeland Predators

Head Coach: Scott Wilson

Matthew Brown
Alan Chester 
Caden Davis
Cody Francis
Logan Jeannette
Michael Mendoza
Luke Nequist
Parker Pace
William Paul
Brendan Rhodes
Owen Richie
Joe Siciliano
Mason Spencer
Niklas Svenkesen
Jason Vandeputte
Tyler  Verville
Aidan Wilson
Dalton Zimmer

Atoms - Learn to Play Hockey Program

You can register with the link to the right or go to www.lakelandarena.com

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About Lakeland Hockey Association  

Lakeland Hockey Association (LHA) is a non-profit volunteer based organization that oversees one of the finest youth hockey programs in Southeastern Michigan.  Offering developmental, competitive, and recreational ice hockey programs for children ages 4 through 18.  LHA is governed by USA Hockey and Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA).  Our commitment to youth hockey and the love for the game continues to make LHA one of the premier hockey associations in Southeastern Michigan.

 

Mission

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.

 

Goals

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.   

 

LHA, USA Hockey, and MAHA

LHA is a member of USA Hockey and MAHA.  USA Hockey is the national governing body for the sport of hockey in the United States.  USA Hockey itself is a member of the IIHF (International Ice Hockey Federation), the world governing body for ice hockey.  Within USA Hockey there are eleven (11) different districts that make up USA Hockey.  The Michigan chapter of USA Hockey is known as Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA). 


MAHA governs the sport of hockey at a State level.  Within MAHA are 7 smaller districts that govern at a more local level.  LHA is part of the MAHA District 4 that governs Associations within Oakland and Livingston Counties.