MAHA offering ice hockey clinics for youths

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Amateur Hockey Association is offering some mentoring that will enable youth hockey players to get a jump on the 2015-2016 youth hockey season and skate with the Middlebury Union High School Tigers.
MUHS hockey coaches Derek Bartlett and Matt Brush, along with high school hockey players, will run a youth clinic from Monday, Oct. 12, through Friday, Oct. 16, at the Memorial Sports Center.
The clinic will focus on skill development as well as specific hockey concepts involving offensive and defensive play.
The fee for the clinic is $90, which covers ice costs and includes a donation to the MUHS boys’ and girls’ hockey programs.
For more information, visit To register, send an email to [email protected].
For beginners, MAHA will host session 1 of its “Learn to Skate Program” in two sessions beginning next month.
This initiation to ice hockey is a six-week program introducing hockey skills with an emphasis on skating and fun. The program is geared for children age approximately 4 to 7.
Session 1 runs each Saturday from Nov. 7  to Dec. 12. The second session begins Jan. 2, 2016. Skates and protective gear (helmet, knee and elbow pads, and gloves or mittens) are required. The fee is $80 per session.
To register for “Learn to Skate” send an email to: [email protected].  For more information on this program and other MAHA youth hockey programs, visit

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