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The Missisquoi Amateur Hockey Association

The purpose of MAHA shall be to provide the opportunity for the youth within MAHA’s service area to play amateur hockey at prescribed levels which may consist of T-Blades, Mites, Squirts, Pee-Wees, Bantams, Midgets, and corresponding girls’ teams such as U-10, U-12, or U-14. It shall also be a purpose of MAHA to prepare its players through attention to skill development and competition for future play at high school level.

MAHA Registration is Now Open for the 2018-2019 hockey season

The MAHA registration is now open for the 2018-2019 hockey season.

Please click here to register.  

Please follow the registration instructions and  a reminder, you will need to register with  USA Hockey prior to registering for MAHA.


New This Season!

You will see a new registration option for an U12 Girls team this season.   It is the MAHA boards hope to have a U12 girls team..  This will be a building year for this team made up of 9,10,11 and 12 year old girls who wish to play on a girls team.  They will be scheduled with same skilled U10/U12 teams.   If you know of any girls in this age group who would like to play hockey please pass on the registration information to them.   Please note:  This U12 girls team does not prevent a girl from playing on a U10 or U12 youth team if she so chooses. 

If you have any questions please contact Adam Fortin at

If you would like to apply for a Warner Home scholarship, please contact Judy at 868-3694 or for more info.

Please go to "Documents" on the MAHA website to find the MAHA Registration Plan 2018-2019.

MAHA's Monthly Meeting

MAHA's next monthly meeting will be held

on Monday, July 23rd at 6:30pm

at the Highgate Arena 

All Are Welcome!!

Please Note: The agenda will be posted on the MAHA website prior to the meeting.

MAHA 2018 Dryland Training

The goal for offering the summer dryland training is to allow individual players a convenient, low cost opportunity to improve themselves, not only as hockey players but as an all-around athlete. 

This also provides an opportunity for parents, who may not be able to help on ice during the regular season, to be involved in the development of our young athletes.   The training will follow the USA Hockey ADM dryland training with various other drills that will challenge our athletes. 

Players will be divided by U10, U12, U14 and High School for the upcoming 2018-2019 season.

There will be six pieces for each session:

-Pass, catch and shoot                  -Puck handling

-Core and back                              -Agility and balance

-Running and jumping                  -Upper and Lower Body

There will also be a goalie specific piece to be done during the puck handling and the pass, catch and shoot sessions. 

It is understood that summer is short and busy.  For that reason we will offer a few options, you can choose to attend a few or all the sessions.

$5.00 per session


For all 13 sessions $30.00 or $50 for family discount.

Sessions will be held twice a week starting July 10th running to August 23rd,

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00pm – 7:00pm for a total of 13 sessions.  

Please note:  There will be no session on August 2nd due to Field Days.

Required equipment:

-Gloves and stick                        -Good athletic shoes

-Willingness to work hard           -Positive attitude

Please click here to sign-up so we can plan on how many players will be participating. 


Please contact Adam or Mark prior to registration if you are interested in helping.  

Registration will take place at the arena 1/2 hour prior to the scheduled sessions.

For questions, please contact

Adam at


Mark at

It’s that time of year again and we are opening the sign-ups for Franklin County Field Days!

MAHA will no longer be using Sign-up Genius.

The MAHA board recently added “Dibs” to the MAHA Sportsengine account.

"Dibs" is an online tool for organizing volunteer opportunities (hours). 

You can browse and claim your “Dibs” to fulfill your Field Days Hours, General Hours and State Tournament Hours.


  • Click on “Dibs”
  • Login in to your Sportsengine account or Create an account
  • Go to available sessions
  • Click on “2018 Field Days”
  • Select a Day and Time under “Item”  Please Note:  Each item is 2 credits (hours)
  • If you have more than one child in MAHA please use your oldest child’s name when asked for Athlete’s name.
  • Click on Claim this Dib Item   

If you click on the envelope marked messages at the top of the MAHA page this will bring you to your page and if you click on “Dibs” it will show you all the items that you have signed up for.

You will receive an email confirming your claim and an email the day prior to your scheduled Dib.

Please Note: Once hours are worked you will be given credit for those hours and you can monitor your hours through Dibs.


Franklin County Field Days

Parking Cars at the Franklin County Field Days is MAHA's largest fundraiser that includes the entire organization.

This year's event will be August 2nd-August 5th.

Those who registered for the 2017-2018 hockey season must fulfill their registration required hours at the 2018 Franklin County Field Days.

U8, U10, U12 and U14’s are required to work 6 hours per family.

T-Blades are required to work 4 hours per family.

Please note:  If you have a T-Blader and an older player on a travel team you will be required to work only the 6 hours.

Set-Up:  Setting up the parking spaces.  (pounding stakes and putting up caution tape)

Garbage Pick-Up:  

Players helping pick-up garbage on the grounds need to be 8 years old or older.

Please limit 3 slots per family.

Parking Cars:  

Someone parking cars must be 18 years or older.

This is a requirement from the Field Day Directors.

Take Down:  (Taking down caution tape and pulling stakes)

Any additional hours worked will count toward the upcoming 2018-2019 season’s general hours.  

This is an important fundraiser for MAHA and any additional hours you can work will be greatly appreciated.

If you have any questions, please contact

Karen at  

or Marcy at



2018 Referee Seminars

Mark you calendars.

For new and returning officials for the 2018/2019 season.

USA seminar Burlington 10-7-18
USA seminar Hartford VT 10-20-18
USA seminar Rutland 11-4-18

Consider becoming a referee, Vermont is at an all time low for officials at all levels. 

Additional information will be sent out once the USA Hockey registration is open.





We recommend all parents take the USA HOCKEY Safe Sport Parent Course. This program is developed for parents of athletes, and addresses important topics around recognizing, preventing and taking action against misconduct in sports

    Adam Fortin

    Adam Fortin

    MAHA President P.O. Box 77 Highgate Center, VT 05459


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