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    HAWK Board Meeting

    February 12 2015 6:15 PM 4322 Remembrance Rd Coaches Corner

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    MAHA Squirt District Tournament

    HAWK Hockey will be hosting the Squiirt B District tournament January 30th to February 1st 2015

    There will be a sign up for volunteers soon. We will need your help.

    Congratulations to all of the HAWK teams that won the right to play in the District Tournament.

    Did you miss the last Apparel Sale

    Hawk will have round #2 for the apparel. Place your orders by January 15th with your team manager and your order will be delivered by January 31st. 

     

    See all of the apparel and prices under the apparel tab on this site.

     

     


    Link to Michigan Hockey Article on Tier 1 program

    The information below was reported by Michigan Hockey Magazine, the source for Hockey News. Click to see original article or updates on story.

    HAWK is now part of a Tier 1 AAA association

    MAHA announces the associations that have been granted Tier I status

    – DECEMBER 10, 2014

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    By @MichaelCaples -

    During the MAHA summer meetings, the voting board approved a rule change to put a state limit on the number of Tier I (AAA) associations allowed within MAHA sanction.

    Associations had to apply for Tier I status with hockey’s governing body, and at the MAHA winter meeting, the following associations were approved:

    • Little Caesars
    • Belle Tire
    • Honeybaked
    • Victory Honda
    • Oakland Jr. Grizzlies
    • Compuware
    • Michigan Nationals
    • West Michigan Elite Hockey HAWK IS 1 of 12 Members

    The Marquette Electricians and the Soo Indians will be able to keep their midget major programs, as well.

    These changes will begin at the start of the 2015-16 season. Ten-and-under AAA hockey will be available to the above associations for the 2015-16 season, as well.

    “I like the fact that we’re trying to create the proper development pyramid,” said MAHA president George Atkinson at the time of the rule change passing. “We’re starting at the top, and we’re trying to get that development pyramid back in line, because obviously our development pyramid has been upside down. That’s probably the best thing that I like about it, because it’s trying to get the development pyramid back into alignment.”

     

    District 6 associations join forces to create new Tier I program

    – DECEMBER 10, 2014

    UPDATE (Jan. 7, 2015): The West Michigan Elite Hockey Association is looking to fill coaching positions. Click this link for more information.

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    Photo by Michael Caples/MiHockey


    By @MichaelCaples –

    Twelve hockey associations in District 6 have joined forces to bring a new Tier I hockey program to West Michigan.

    The new association – named the West Michigan Elite Hockey Association – was granted a Tier I award from the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association at its annual December meeting, and will begin the process of constructing a new AAA organization quickly.

    The 12 associations will work together to field high-level teams from pee wees to midgets, with the focus on giving elite youngsters the chance to compete with a program close to home. The participating associations, which will all continue their house and travel (Tier II) programs, are the West Michigan Hounds, Kalamazoo Optimist Hockey Association, Grand Rapids Amateur Hockey Association, Lansing Hockey Club, Grand Valley, Jackson, HAWK, Rockford, Muskegon Chiefs, Battle Creek, GR Blades, and Kentwood.

    “The reason we came together as a group was to give kids in Michigan an opportunity to play Tier I hockey, but our goal is to give kids who live in District 6 and opportunity to stay close to home and play,” said Lansing Hockey Club president Jeff Mitchell. “In doing this, we hope to create unity in all the associations that have come together and continue to grow youth hockey in that area, and also give kids the opportunity to play Tier I hockey. We’ll still pull kids from the Detroit area and everything like that, but this is definitely good for the kids out in D6 and now we can grow our local associations together and give kids more opportunities to move on.

    The associations plan to work together over the next few weeks to sort out logistics, programs, coaches and expectations for each age group in the Tier I program.

    Login, Create New Account PLEASE

    To make our new site the best it can be we need your help. Here is what you will need to do.

    Step #1 On the top left corner you will see 2 tabs, Login or Create account. The account would be a Sports Ngin account. Many of our parents will already have a Sports Ngin account. From MAHA Background check, or other sports website. Choose the option that works for you. Dont worry you can link more than one account if you find you have 2.