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Welcome to the Milton Youth Hockey Web site.  Its primary purpose is to provide a central location for information on Milton Youth Hockey - and at times other hockey related news and events.  Within these pages you will find everything you need to keep you well informed about our program and our teams. While we continue to enhance this site, we encourage your feedback and suggestions at any time! We welcome you to our program and appreciate your support.  Please check back often before, during and after the season for updates.  Send suggestions and comments to: , or use the Feedback tab found on the left menu of the homepage.

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Elections Results
Last evening the MYH Board of Directors held an election for two...
MYH's Travel Hockey Program
What is Travel Hockey? For those new to hockey and to MYH, we...
Elections Results

Last evening the MYH Board of Directors held an election for two vacant positions.  Jason Tsanotelis and Jamie Heggie were elected to the Milton Youth Hockey Board of Directors.  We congratulate them and welcome them to our board.

At the same time, we want to thank Chris Addesa, Kevin Hardy and Michael Lutz for their interest in joining the board. They were outstanding candidates who will hopefully play a role in helping elevate our program by volunteering for soon to be announced Milton Youth Hockey member participation groups.  

We thank David Skillin and Mike Vaughan who recently left our board but who continue to help MYH with their volunteer work behind the scenes.

In the upcoming 2017/2018 season Milton Youth Hockey will have 30 teams playing for our program.  It is impossible to expect a 12 person board to manage and operate a nearly 500 player organization and at the same time, continue to grow the program and make improvements for the future.

Our goal is to make Milton Youth Hockey the best program in the state of Massachusetts. The success in achieving this goal will not happen without the help of volunteers within (and outside) of our organization.  As we move to developing member volunteer groups that will help expedite our program's success, I ask that you think of how you may be able to contribute in moving the program to the next level.  The candidates who were not elected are examples of members whose personal achievements in the business world would be invaluable to improving our program.  

When the season begins in September, we will be asking for volunteers to help with fundraising, accounting, law, educational programs, ice scheduling, etc.  I ask that you consider volunteering and helping the Milton Youth Hockey program.

Thank you for everything that you do with helping us at MYH.

Have a great summer.

Kevin Keating

by posted 06/16/2017
MYH's Travel Hockey Program

What is Travel Hockey?

For those new to hockey and to MYH, we offer two major Hockey programs: A Travel program and a House League Program. We also offer a Learn to Skate program. For additional information about the last two programs, please see the appropriate tabs at the top of the Home Page. 

The MYH travel program consists of aged based boys and girls divisions.  The Boy’s division is broken in to five age levels based on USA Hockey guidelines: Mite (ages 7-8), Squirt (9-10), Pee Wee (11-12), Bantam (13-14) and Midgets (15-18).  The Girls division is broken in to five age levels based on USA Hockey guidelines as well: U (under) 10, U12, U14, U16 and U19. Depending on the numbers of registrations, MYH tries to field teams in all levels.

Within each level – boys or girls, teams are selected based on skating and hockey skills: “A” teams having the highest level and “C” teams have lesser skills.  Regardless of skill levels – whether your son or daughter is on an A, B or C team, MYH offers players a fun, safe and competitive playing environment.

As most of the players on the Midget and U19 teams are at the high school levels – and a majority of these players play for High School hockey, MYH offers a Half Season program.  This program typically runs from late August and ends prior to Thanksgiving.  They typically have about 13 games plus the one Skills/Power Skating and one Team Practice each week. 

For all the other teams, MHY offers a full travel season that runs from mid-September to the end of March.  These teams typically play about 30 games, and includes a weekly Skills/Power Skating and one team practice each week. 


by posted 03/18/2016
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