|It is that time of year to begin the selection process for the USA Hockey Female Honors Award. This award is a yearly recognition for hockey organizations that are leaders in the growth, development and promotion of ice hockey for females. Click here for additional information on the award criteria and selection process.
Organizations will need to submit a one-page document listing their compliance per the criteria and an explanation of their leadership in girls’/women’s ice hockey. This document should be submitted to the USA Hockey Girl’s/Women’s Section Representative for the district as well as the Affiliate President from where the organization is based. The deadline for the organization to submit their information is April 11, 2018.
After the applications are reviewed and a winning organization is selected by the District, the Girls/Women’s Section Representative will need to provide the name of the organization along with the affiliate in which they are located in to Amanda Raider at the National Office (Amanda.Raider@usahockey.org or fax 719-538-1168). The deadline for this information to be received at the National Office is April 18, 2018. All winning organizations will be announced at the USA Hockey Annual Congress and they will receive recognition at an affiliate/district event.
We look forward to receiving information on the organizations in your area that are leaders in ice hockey for females.
District Playoff Schedule and Results
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE D4 WINNERS!
GOOD LUCK AT STATES!
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To make credentialing easy please make sure you follow the attached document. Please bring all necessary copies.
Out of District form
AAA Credentialing will be Jan 22nd - 27th at the Victory Ice Center (formerly the Arctic Pond). If you have any questions please contact Bill Smith at email@example.com.
YOUR TEAM MUST BE CREDENTIALED BY DISTRICT 4 PRIOR TO PLAYING IN STATES. NO EXCEPTIONS.
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The MAHA Annual Guide contains the Rules and Regulations under which we operate. Coaches and Managers have a responsibility to know these rules. To access the Guide, click here
GRAND RAPIDS - Hockey referee Oliver "Butch" Mousseau, who had been in a coma when he struck his head in a fall at Van Andel Arena, died. Mousseau was 48. The Erie, Colo. native hit his head in a freak fall before the WCHA Final Five game between Ferris State and Michigan Tech. He was transported by stretcher from the arena to Mercy Health St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Rapids. He was not wearing his helmet.