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MYHA25: A Banner Season
by posted 02/16/2020


A few weeks still remain in the MYHA’s 25th anniversary season, but already 2019-2020 has distinguished itself as a banner year.

Here are a few highlights as we head into mid-February:

  • All four teams that competed in the Long Island Amateur Hockey League qualified for the playoffs – a first in MYHA history. The 18U (4th place), 12U (3rd) and 10U (4th) Tigers all earned postseason berths in their respective LIAHL Tier II divisions; the 16U Tigers were the 3rd seed in the Tier III playoffs.
  • The 10U Tigers also reached the postseason in the Hudson Valley Hockey League. They went 15-2-1 in league play to finish first in the HVHL A Division.
  • The 14U Girls went 15-0-1 to finish first atop the Connecticut Girls Hockey League Division I standings.
  • The 16U Girls went 7-3 in CGHL 19U Division I, winning the regular-season title.
  • Both the 16U and 14U Girls teams qualified for the New York State Amateur Hockey Association Tier II State Tournament, to be played up in Buffalo the first full weekend in March. This will be the second-straight state tourney appearance for the 16U Girls, who once again will be the #1 seed in the East Section. The 14U Girls will be the #2 seed from the East.
  • In early February, the 12U Cheetahs went 4-0 to win C Division championship at the Jimmy Welch Tournament up in the Berkshires. They joined a growing list of MYHA teams that won tournaments this season: 18U Tigers (International Silver Stick, West Chester Regional), 8U Tigers (Liberty Cup), 16U Girls (Rhode Island Sting Columbus Day Invitational), 14U Girls (Rhode Island Sting Columbus Day Invitational).


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2019-20 MYHA Team Records & Standings
by posted 02/10/2020


2019-20 Season (updated Feb. 10, 2020)          
Team Wins Losses Ties W/L% GF GA Place
18U Tigers (LIAHL 'AA') 14 10 1 58% 87 84 4th
16U Tigers (LIAHL 'A') 15 7 0 68% 120 55 2nd
14U Tigers (HVHL 'A') 13 21 4 38% 112 124 5th
Girls 16U (CGHL 'AA' /19U D1) 29 11 2 73% 108 58 Champs
Girls 14U (CGHL 'AA' /14U D1) 28 7 4 80% 158 49 1st
Girls 12U (Independant) 12 2 3 86% 87 33 N/A
12U Tigers (LIAHL 'AA') 19 15 7 56% 137 139 3rd
12U Cubs (HVHL 'A1') 9 20 6 31% 119 146 6th
12U Cheetahs (HVHL 'B') 14 11 2 56% 139 87 4th
10U Tigers (LIAHL 'AA') 30 10 2 75% 267 155 4th
10U Cubs (HVHL 'A1') 12 22 1 35% 114 190 6th
10U Cheetahs (HVHL 'B') 4 28 0 13% 96 264 10th
8U Tigers n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a N/A
8U Cubs n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a N/A
8U Cheetahs n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a N/A
Totals 199 164 32 55% 1,544 1,384  
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Online Registration for 2020-2021 Season is OPEN
by posted 02/10/2020

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8U Tigers Capture Liberty Cup Title
by posted 01/21/2020


The MYHA had a dozen teams competing in the Liberty Cup Tournament in suburban Philadelphia over MLK weekend. All had fun, but one -- the 8U Tigers -- took home a title.

The 8U Tigers went 3-0 in round robin play of the Mite A Division. They beat one of two North Park teams in the semifinal round, then beat the Jersey Shore Wildcats in the final on Monday afternoon. 

Their championship banner will hang from the rafters at Hommocks, alongside the Liberty Cup finalist banner captured by the 10U Tigers, the only other MYHA team to advance to the championship game of its division. The 10U Tigers went 4-0 in round robin play before losing to North Park in the final. 

The 12U Cubs reached the semifinal round of their eight-team division, losing to the eventual champion Cyclones.

The 14U Tigers, 12U Tigers and 10U Cubs won their consolation games and finished third in their respective divisions. 

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MYHA Roundup: January 2020
by posted 01/14/2020


We have arrived at the busiest part of the MYHA's 25th Anniversary season. There's no shortage of news to share, so settle in for a full first update of 2020.


Ten MYHA teams will head to Philadelphia this weekend to compete in the Liberty Cup tournament. The entire contingent will be housed in the same hotel, giving us a chance to hang out together somewhere other than at a rink. Though there will be plenty of time for that, too.

Check out the MYHA Master Schedule of Liberty Cup tournament games here (or click here to follow the game schedule and standings for each division). If you happen to notice a Mamaroneck team is on the ice before or after your team's game at a particular venue, we hope you'll stick around to cheer them on. 

While in Philadelphia, MYHA families have a chance to catch the Flyers-Kings game at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday night (7:00 p.m.). Anyone interested in discounted tickets can still purchase them online. As well, the National Lacrosse League's Philadelphia Wings will host the Rochester Knighthawks at the Wells Fargo Center on Sunday night (7:00 p.m.). The Wings have made tickets available online for any interested MYHA families.


The 18U Tigers won't be joining the MYHA contingent in Philadelphia. They have tournament plans of their own.

By winning the 18U A division championship at the West Chester Regional back in September, the Tigers were one of 12 teams to qualify for the Silver Stick International Finals. They will play three round-robin games in Sarnia, Ontario, on Friday and Saturday, looking to advance to Saturday's quarterfinal round. The semifinal and championship rounds will be played on Sunday. You can follow the Chronicles of Sarnia on the Silver Stick website


The 16U and 14U Girls teams also have some impressive travel plans of their own. Both have qualified for the NYSAHA Tier II State Tournament, to be played up in Buffalo the first full weekend in March.

This will be the second-straight state tourney appearance for the 16U Girls, who once again will be the #1 seed in the East Section. The 14U Girls will be the #2 seed from the East.

Both teams will have home games at Hommocks on both Saturday and Sunday this weekend, if anyone not making the trip to Philly wants to check out the best girls hockey in Westchester County.


No playoff berths have been clinched just yet, but there is a decent chance that the four MYHA teams competing in the Long Island Amateur Hockey League will qualify for the postseason in their respective divisions. 

18U: Though they finished LIAHL league play back in early November, the Tigers are still in third place in the Tier II standings. There are three teams that mathematically could still finish ahead of the Tigers, but there are multiple games remaining between all three teams, making it unlikely that all three would jump ahead in the standings. 

16U: The Tigers also finished their league schedule back in November, and still they are in second place in the Tier III standings. It is even less likely that the three teams behind them who remain in contention for a postseason berth will all surpass the Tigers, making a playoff appearance probable.

12U: Things are much tighter in this division, but their two wins over the weekend have the Tigers alone in third place with four Tier II league games to play. 

10U: The Tigers currently are in sixth place in their Tier II division, but they're only two points behind the two teams tied for fourth place and the final playoff spot. They will play one of those teams in their final four regular-season league games, so a chance to advance still remains within reach.

Those same 10U Tigers have already clinched a playoff berth in the Hudson Valley Hockey League A Division. The Tigers are 13-1 in league play and can finish no lower than fourth in the 10-team league. 


* If anyone is looking for a pair of game socks to replace a pair that is worn or torn, we have a few left in various sizes that can be purchased online and made available before teams leave for their weekend destination.

* Much hockey remains to be played and enjoyed in the 2019-2020 MYHA season. But it's never too early to start thinking about next year. Online registration for players of all ages, from 8U through 18U, is open. Tryouts for the 2020-2021 season will be held the week of April 13-16. Registration for the pre-tryout clinics, which will run March 16, 19, 23, 30 & April 2, is also open. Anyone who registers by Jan. 30th will receive a 15% early bird discount.

* If you're not already following the MYHA on social media, be sure to check us out on Facebook (@MamaroneckHockey) and Twitter (@MamkHockey). We'll be posting updates this weekend from the Liberty Cup and the Silver Stick International.

* Not to be lost among the many accomplishments being accumulated by MYHA teams this season is one individual accolade everyone should be aware of. Erin May -- coach of our 12U Cheetahs, 10U Cubs and 8U Cheetahs -- was honored by USA Hockey Magazine as its first Coach of the Month for 2020. Check out the article featuring Coach Erin on page 17 of the magazine's January issue. 


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