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Girls Committee

USA Hockey National Player Development Camp Registration Now Open

MAHA Girl's Winter Meeting Report 2023

Give the Gift of Hockey

Host a girls only Little Wings program at your rink.  This is a great way to get new skaters involved.  Want to know more, click on the link below:

PSA on Abuse Of Officials

Please watch this and share with your teams and parents. We can all make a different.



MIDAM Camp At Bowling Green

Any family interested in this summer camp please contact Bill and get registered.  Information and camp overview is below.

MAHA Approves Pilot Program for Non National 14U Classification

Dual roster for females on primary youth teams

Please use the form below for this request.

USAH Membership Statistics 20-21 and 8U Reports

USA Hockey NPDC Tryout Information 2022 and Timeline for Notification


No selections will be made or announced until all affiliates have concluded their tryouts.  Parents of players/goalies selected should receive an email from Jean after May 24!

USA Hockey Female Officials

Click on the link below and consider being a ref for the 21-22 hockey season.  There are many opportunities to attend a class and become certified.

USA Hockey Girls and Women's Page

Please check out the link below for some of the great resources and articles from USA Hockey.  More updates and material will be added as it becomes available.

Important Forms

Dual roster for two tournament rule and also 10 game rule for girls playing on boys primary house teams below along with the Substitute goalie form new this season.

Why Should Girls Play Hockey?

Check out the video below and listen to the MAHA girls explain why it is great to play girls hockey!

Girl's/Women's News

2022 - 2023 Michigan Residency

Per the MAHA Pilot Program Out of State Player Requirements approved on March 15, 2022:
•    Tier I organizations are limited in the number of non-Michigan (out of state) players per organization.  
•    Non-Michigan players will be defined as players who were rostered with USA Hockey outside of Michigan during their first regular season of play after the 8U age classification.
•    Once a player is considered/determined to be an out of state player, that player will be considered an out of state player no matter how long they play in Michigan.
•    A player whose entire family has moved to and become residents of the state of Michigan for reasons other than to play hockey, may apply for acceptance as a Michigan resident player.  The Executive Board which will review the provided documents and have the final approval.