Thank you for your interest in the Moose Lake Area Hockey Association.
If your child is interested in playing hockey this season or you have questions, please contact any coaches or members of the Board. Information is available on the "Contact Us" or "Board" tab on the upper right.
The Board meets each month. Please check calendar for dates, times, and location.
Meetings are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend.
MLAHA has started the REBEL CLUB! This is a loyalty program for those who complete their youth hockey experience at Moose Lake. Every year you skate (without a break) at Moose Lake you will be given a credit toward your final year as a 12U or Bantam skater. As and example, if you start at mites your final registration will be FREE!!! Benefits will begin in the 2017/2018 season with our 12U and Bantams! This is a thank you to those who are invested in our program. Thank You!
Moose Lake Area Hockey Association is looking for an Equipment Manager for the 2018-2019 Season - The position is responsible to organize, track, and disperse rented hockey equipment. Must be organized, have good communication skills, and be available to assist with equipment needs. This is a volunteer position.
We are also looking for anyone interested in a JOB SHADOW for positions that will be open March 2019. You will have the opportunity to work alongside current Board Members in the following positions:
TREASURER, (Tori Ribich) - Interested parties should know or be able to learn QuickBooks, be organized, have a knowledge of accounting, work with accountant, good communication, and attend monthly meetings. It is a volunteer position on the Executive Board.
SECRETARY, (Vicki Brophy) - Interested parties should know word documents, be organized, attend monthly meetings, and good communication. It is a volunteer position on the Executive Board.
Please email email@example.com if interested or with questions.
All MLAHA players who log 25 Rink Rat hours (15 hours for Mites) will receive a free Rink Rat T-shirt! The optional program is a supplemental program to reward players who want the challenge of skating more than scheduled ice time. All who complete the hours will be entered into a drawing at the end of the year for a $100 gift card. Rink Rat skating should not interfere with schoolwork.
How does my child log hours?
Players log hours with an adult verification and turn in sheets to a coach once hours are reached. Hours can be reached by: Rink Rat skating, pond hockey, backyard rinks, refereeing, 3on3, clinics, goalie camps, open hockey, open skate, or any unscheduled skating opportunity.