The HMIHA is a non-profit, recreational hockey club open to resident youth (age 5 to 15) who want to play ice hockey. Our mission is to teach our communities' youth about hockey, sportsmanship, team play and how to be competitive while having fun. We bel
 
 
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HM Program Changes for '16-'17 Season
06/09/2016
HM Hockey Parents/Players,   Recently the Harding-Madison...
Continuing our Partnership with Middlebury Sports
09/12/2014
  This year all Harding Madison Hockey families will...
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT CONCUSSIONS
09/26/2009
Hockey is a contact sport in which there is a risk of concussions. ...
 
HM Program Changes for '16-'17 Season

HM Hockey Parents/Players,

 

Recently the Harding-Madison Ice Hockey (HM) Board was advised by the Management team at Twin Oaks Ice Rink that they will no longer offer HM the opportunity to purchase ice time on Monday nights for practices.  After numerous discussions,  the Twin Oaks Management team remained firm with their decision, that this ice is better suited for other hockey programs.

 

As a result of their decision the HM Board is exploring other options for practice ice for the upcoming 2016-17 hockey season and beyond. This includes all available ice at each of the nearby rinks, including Twin Oaks.  The goal will be to secure a sufficient number of practice sessions across the season.  Please understand, the final outcome will likely include practices occurring on different nights and at different times during the week, as well as on weekends.

 

Registration for the 2016-17 Fall/Winter season is expected to open in mid-July at hmhockey.com.  Similar to previous seasons, this will include game-only and practice ice options. We expect to have more information regarding practice ice availability as we approach registration.

 

For the 2016-17 Fall/Winter season HM plans to enter teams in the Mennen league for the Mite, Squirt and Pee-Wee levels as the HM Board believes the Mennen league offers a more balanced and competitive league, with a greater variety of teams to play.  The Middle School team(s) will again play in  the Aspen (Randolph) league. Currently we anticipate the Middle School team(s) to be compromised of those entering 6th, 7th & 8th grades in the Fall.

 

The HM Board will continue to send updates as we move forward with any and all information we can provide. The HM board remains committed to our mission to teach our communities' youth about the game of hockey, sportsmanship, team play and how to be competitive while having fun, and will continue to do so as we adjust our program against external circumstances for the benefit of our players.

 

If there are any questions at this time please contact  .

 

Thanks again for your interest and participation in the HM Hockey Program.

 

The HM Board


by posted 06/09/2016
Continuing our Partnership with Middlebury Sports

 

This year all Harding Madison Hockey families will continue to get a membership card to Middlebury Sports.

With convenient locations at both Mennen Arena and Randolph (near Aspen Ice), it is a full service hockey pro shop that can serve all your equipment needs.

The membership will get you the discounted price on both equipment and skate sharpening at either of their locations.

In order to receive your card, you just need to go to the Middlebury Sports shop at either Mennen Arena or Randolph (near Aspen Ice) and say you are with Harding Madison Hockey.  They will confirm your name against the list they have and complete the registration in their computer system.

Click Here for Middlebury Sports Locations and Hours

 

 


by posted 09/12/2014
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT CONCUSSIONS

Hockey is a contact sport in which there is a risk of concussions. 

Please use the links below to open helpful documents from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention which answer the following questions:

What is a concussion?
What are the signs/symptoms of a concussion?
How can you help your child prevent a concussion?
What should you do if you think your child has a concussion?

Concussion Facts for Parents
Concussion Facts for Players


by posted 09/26/2009
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