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By NYHA 07/01/2024, 9:30am EDT

SIGN UP TODAY USING CODE SUMMERTIME24 FOR A SUMMER DISCOUNT!

 

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Registration is open for the 2024-2025 Season! To get the summer discount of $25 off registration, enter code SUMMERTIME24 during check out. This is a limited time discount that expires on July 31st, so don't delay!

We will continue offering multiple other discounts on dues as well! See our terms and conditions for more information!

Under the Novi Goaltending Incentive program, ALL full-time goaltenders, 10U and older, that commit to being full time goalies for the entire season, will get 50% off of their team dues, through the NYHA. This program has been expanded to include both house and travel designations for the upcoming season.

The NYHA is dedicated to creating a positive, healthy and fun environment - where our players can develop their game, form lifelong friendships and be part of a great hockey community!

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DETAILS:
1. The emphasis of the House League Program is on fun, skill development, competitive team play, and sportsmanship.
2. Evaluation skates are conducted prior to the season. The ratings assigned during these evaluations are used to place each player on a team as part of a draft process that is required by the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA). This supports the intent to ensure that the teams are put together as even in ability as possible.
3. Ice time for games and practices are determined once the total number of teams have been established.
4. Teams often decide to attend additional hockey tournaments. This is at the discretion of the head coach and the parents to arrange. These added costs are borne by the teams.
5. Full equipment is required.
6. Jerseys and socks are provided by the NYHA.
7. Game Day participation, when applicable, is included (a fun hockey day at the NYHA) 

DIVISIONS OFFERED BY NYHA:
6U/Mini-Mites (ages 4-6 at the start of the season*)

  • This program focuses on building hockey fundamentals.
  •  It is an introduction to “team” play with practices and cross ice games.
  • Players will play and be challenged as they learn age appropriate skills.
  • The NYHA has adopted the USA Hockey Half-Ice Program required by MAHA at the 6U (Mini-Mite) level. 
  • Players practice and play hockey across the width of the ice surface.  
  • Practices utilize the USA Hockey ADM philosophy of station based skill focused drills. USA Hockey has shown that by participating in a half/cross-Ice Hockey Program, kids increase their enjoyment of hockey and find that their hockey skills are greatly enhanced.
  • Players compete in a league with the other surrounding associations in the half/cross-ice format.

8U/Mites (ages 7-8 at the start of the season*)

  • This program focuses on skating and puck handling.  Players continue individual skill development and work on building team skills.
  • Practices utilize the USA Hockey ADM philosophy of station based skill focused drills. 
  • Players compete in a league with the other surrounding associations in a half-ice league and full ice games will be introduced as exhibitions (as applicable), based on the rules established by MAHA.

10U/Squirt (ages 9-10 at the start of the season*)

  • Teams participate in the Little Caesars Hockey League which requires limited traveling.
  • Teams play home/away games within their Little Caesars Amateur Hockey League (LCAHL) division and have the opportunity to schedule additional games with teams from other associations. Some local travel is required.

12U/Pee Wee (ages 11-12 at the start of the season*)

  • Teams play home/away games within their Little Caesars Amateur Hockey League (LCAHL) division and have the opportunity to schedule additional games with teams from other associations. Some local travel is required.
  • Slap shots are introduced at this level.   

14U/Bantam (ages 13-14 at the start of the season*)

  • Teams play home/away games within their Little Caesars Amateur Hockey League (LCAHL) division and have the opportunity to schedule additional games with teams from other associations. Some local travel is required. 
  • Full body checking is introduced at this level.  

16U/Midget B (ages 15-16 at the start of the season*)

  • Teams play home/away games within their Little Caesars Amateur Hockey League (LCAHL) division and have the opportunity to schedule additional games with teams from other associations. Some local travel is required.

18U/Midget BB (ages 17-18 at the start of the season*)

  • Teams play home/away games within their Little Caesars Amateur Hockey League (LCAHL) division and have the opportunity to schedule additional games with teams from other associations. Some local travel is required.

* Reference the birth year for eligibility.