MHA Girls Program

The mission of the MHA Girls Program is to provide girls ages 6-19 with an opportunity to play organized hockey on an all-girls team. Though costs vary, both the Competitive and House side of the Girls Program will pay a registration fee.

Our goals are to:

1) Promote the game of hockey with emphasis on fun, skill development, and lifelong friendships.

2) Provide a positive and thorough learning environment for girls to acquire individual and team skills.

3) Promote respect, trust, courtesy, and good sportsmanship among all of our participants. 

4) Provide an environment conducive to female players becoming the best person they can be and having confidence in all future pursuits. 

5) Achieve overall continued growth and development in the sport of hockey.

Why Dual Roster?

Girls can play with their coed team at the association of their choosing, then join an MHA’s Girls team for additional ice time.

Opportunities include:

additional practices

all-female coaching staff

games against different teams

Ponytail Tournament


2022-2023 Divisions

10U birth years 2012 & 2013

12U birth years 2010 & 2011

14U birth years 2008 & 2009

16U/18U birth years 2004-2007


Comp-level girls will have tryouts in May/June, to be determined by the ASHA Girls and Women's Council. House level teams, number dependent, may have evaluations in September. MHA's season-long development opens in September. The season culminates with the Ponytail Tournament in early March.


Evaluations and practices are held primarily at the Harry J. McDonald Memorial Center.


Comp teams will skate roughly 4 times per week, games usually on the weekends.

Teams will play 10-20 games over the course of the season.

House teams will skate roughly 2 times per week, games usually on the weekends.

Girl's Development will occur roughly once per month.


Comp jersey sets (home/away) are required and can be purchased online. Your Team Manager will reach out for a number preference. Jersey needs for Ponytail will be determined in January.

Additional Costs

Team Managers could collect money for additional tournaments the team picks up during the season.

MHA offers an optional development program that runs in the fall from September-November for 8U/10U/12U registered House or Comp players. This is only for MHA registered players.


Scholarships are available, and packets can be found under Resources on our homepage. Please fill out and turn in/postmarked by September 8, 2021 to Heather, MHA Office Manager.

Frequently Asked Questions

Any questions regarding girls hockey with MHA can be directed to Girls Coordinator, Nic Dutton,

or MHA Office Manager, Heather Calcaterra,

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