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Districts 2023 Update
This season teams will have two options for districts. The State/National qualifying traditional districts and a non-state qualifying district tournament to be played at the end of the season in March. The traditional districts will follow the same schedules, bracketing and tournament rules as previous years. The D4 Tournament is a Non-State Qualifying District Tournament designed for teams who are designated Howe 2 or below. The D4 Tournament is a Non-State Qualifying District Tournament and will be played similarly, but the bracketing and the number of rounds may differ based on the number of teams entering. The cost for teams to enter either level of district play will be $130.00. Registration is now open, please be sure to register for the correct tournament. Once teams are registered they will not be able to switch the type of tournament.
October 11, 2022 - 6:00-7:30pm Split Season Team Credentialing Farmington Hills Area
November 1, 2022 - Last Day to Register for Districts NO EXCEPTIONS
November 15, 2022 - Final Day to Withdraw from Districts NO EXCEPTIONS
January 2-3, 2023 5:30-7:30pm District Full Season Teams Credentialing Farmington Hills Area
Youth House and Tier 2 for D4 Registration Link: https://maha.sportngin.com/register/form/220085823
Youth Tier I and Girls Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III State playoff registrations are also now open.
Respective links for each registration can be found at https://www.maha.org/2023entry
The application for the District 4 Growth Initiative Grant Request for the 2022/2023 hockey season. The purpose of the grant is to assist an association in growing the game of hockey. Grants can be used for items like increasing participation for 4-8 y/o age group and participation in try hockey for free & girls’ hockey weekend! See the link below for other ideas!
Application is available below! For questions contact Maria Biederman
MAHA has created a quick guide for associations, coaches and other team personnel to assist with kicking off the season.
Please see below and contact your D4 Representative if you have any questions.
D4 Board meetings occur typically on the second Tuesday of each month. This is subject to change based on director's availability.
Please refer to the calendar for upcoming meeting.
Click here to learn more about the Role and Responsibility of a District Director.
February 23, 2021–
The Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) announced the launch of a new ‘Tryout Locator,’ available to all MAHA - affiliated associations starting with the Spring 2022 tryout season.
Players and families can filter the information, by age group and season, to make it easy to locate potential teams.
Associations and/or teams can post their tryouts on the MAHA website by having a primary contact complete a simple form. The tool allows teams to enter up to four (4) dates, times and locations for their respective tryouts.
Changes and/or modifications can be made to the information as needed.
If you haven’t done so already, please encourage all of your travel teams to utilize the MAHA ‘Tryout Locator’ for posting their seasonal tryout dates. You can access the ‘Tryout Locator’ on the home page of the MAHA website, or you can link directly at https://www.maha.org/2022tryouts
USA Hockey encourages players, parents, associations and rinks to celebrate Girls Hockey Weekend October 8-9, 2022, to build awareness, celebrate your current players and grow participation from coast to coast. Registration for events coming soon!
If your organization is holding a girls try hockey for free event this week please register at https://www.usahockey.com/girlshockeyweekend & hashtag any social media posts to #girlshockey
More Information upcoming.
See Girls/Women page for new grant opportunity for girls playing hockey.
MAHA District 4 Council schedules hearings on the fourth Wednesday of each month.
Contact the D4 Chairperson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you receive a match penalty.
Visit the CALENDAR page for a by month view of events.
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