Michigan Amateur Hockey Association


The Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) is a sanctioned affiliate of USA Hockey which supervises the activities of over 2,500 amateur hockey teams, and 50,000 playersand coaches using a volunteer workforce of elected and appointed officials.  MAHA administers amateur hockey in Michigan through seven established districts. Each District is responsible for the local teams and Associations in their area.

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MAHA was organised in 1951 and was incorperated on May 28, 1964. The Charter Members of the organization were:

President - Fred Huber Jr. - Detroit
First Vice President - Henry D. Schubert,  Dearborn
Second Vice President - E. L. Abbott, Sault Ste Marie
Secratary - Treasurer - W. J. Spence, Oak Park
Director - James G. Ward Jr., Escanaba
Director - Dr. Thomas Gilson, Ann Arbor
Director - Raymond Ulbrich, Marquette
Director - Jack Stoer, Grand Rapids
Director - Palmer Brevik, Calumet
Director - Arthur Dahlstedt, Marquette
Director - Carl Springberg, Cadillac
Director - Frank Gallagher, Flint
Director - John Lounsbury, Detroit

 

The purposes of this Association are:

  • To develop and encourage sportsmanship between all players for the betterment of their physical and social well-being.
  • To encourage and improve the standard of ice hockey in the State of Michigan.
  • To affiliate with the USA Hockey and other hockey associations.
  • To conduct ice hockey tournaments and to select representative teams for other tournaments.
  • To do any and all acts desirable in the furtherance of the foregoing purposes.
The MAHA is a not-for-profit organization established under the Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act. The principal office of the MAHA shall be in the State of Michigan.