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About MAHA

Michigan Amateur Hockey Association

The Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) is a sanctioned affiliate of USA Hockey whose purpose is to develop and encourage sportsmanship between all players for the betterment of their physical and social well-being. The association supervises the activities of thousands of amateur hockey teams, and tens of thousands of players, using a volunteer workforce of elected and appointed officials. MAHA  supervises the activities of over 2,500 amateur hockey teams, and 50,000 players and 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.

If your interested in finding a hockey program in your area, simply enter your zipcode in the Find Hockey in Michigan tool on the home page. 

If you have specific questions and need to contact someone visit the Contact Us section of the website to locate the proper contact. 

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 501c3 not-for-profit organization established under the Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act. The principal office of the MAHA shall be in the State of Michigan.