Is hockey a new sport to your family? Feeling confused about the process?
Do you need someone to ask equipment, "how to" or "why" hockey questions?
Ask a mom who has been there!
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MAHA Academic Excellence
I am the Communications Chair for MAHA, hockey mom of 4 and wife to a MAHA Coach who will probably be on ice with your child at some time. I've tied a lot of skates and love seeing kids develop great friendships and learn life skills because of the game!
I am a mom of two boys in hockey. I have a Bantam this year and a PeeWee. I have held various volunteer positions throughout my time in the organization and gotten to know many new people. I started out knowing nothing about hockey as I grew up in a small town that didn’t have a hockey team. I have learned so much and would love to share my knowledge with you!
I am the Academic Excellence Chairperson for MAHA and the mom of three hockey boys. This year I will spend many hours at the rink with my Squirt, Bantam and high schooler. Although I grew up as a Rink Rat in ND, girls were not “officially” playing hockey so I was a figure skater. During my time as a MAHA Mom I have learned many things from coaches, the kids and other parents… and I’m ready to share!
The Sport NGIN app is a free download for either the iPhone or Android platforms. Once installed you'll need to add the teams you wish to follow. Note - only traveling teams will be listed. Search using "Mankato" then level and then team. For example, "Mankato Bantam B".
These instructions are iPhone specific. All of the steps should be done from your phone.
It will take approximately 1 minute before you will see MAHA events show up on your calendar.
All MAHA email communications for your player will go to the email address(es) that are associated with your NGIN account. You can modify those email addresses by following the instructions in the link below. Scroll down to the Change / Add Email Address section.
To change the name associated with your Account or Profile, follow the instructions in the link below.
Running the scoreboard clock is something every hockey parent will eventually need to do. And it can be a bit intimidating at first. Below is link to an online simulator that closely matches the clock at ASA. So now you can practice at home before you get to the arena!
Used with permission of Perinton Youth Hockey Association. Thanks to the original authors, Donna & Ed Lawler.
And here are instructions for you to print out ahead of time:
The document below walks you through what needs to be done before, during and after each game.
The Schulz family "Rink of Dreams" is located a short distance out of Madison Lake.