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2019-20 MYHA Team Records & Standings
by posted 03/23/2020

 

2019-20 Season (updated Mar. 23, 2020)          
Team Wins Losses Ties W/L% GF GA Place
18U Tigers (LIAHL 'AA') 14 11 1 56% 88 87 4th
16U Tigers (LIAHL 'A') 15 8 0 65% 121 59 3rd
14U Tigers (HVHL 'A') 13 28 4 32% 124 162 5th
Girls 16U (CGHL 'AA' /19U D1) 31 15 2 67% 125 79 Champs
Girls 14U (CGHL 'AA' /14U D1) 31 10 6 85% 176 65 1st
Girls 12U (Independant) 17 3 3 85% 112 53 N/A
12U Tigers (LIAHL 'AA') 21 18 9 54% 154 163 3rd
12U Cubs (HVHL 'A1') 11 24 6 31% 131 173 6th
12U Cheetahs (HVHL 'B') 23 12 2 66% 212 107 4th
10U Tigers (LIAHL 'AA') 37 12 2 76% 313 185 4th
10U Cubs (HVHL 'A1') 14 25 1 36% 124 204 6th
10U Cheetahs (HVHL 'B') 9 30 1 23% 142 301 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 236 196 37 55% 1,822 1,638  
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All MYHA Activities SUSPENDED Until Further Notice
by posted 03/12/2020

In light of the rapidly developing situation regarding COVID-19, the MYHA Board has decided to suspend all hockey activities until further notice. This includes practices and games (home and away), as well as the pre-tryout clinics which were scheduled to begin next week.

We will continue to monitor the situation, and will let everyone know about the status of our annual BBQ (currently scheduled for Sunday, March 29th), any potential resumption or rescheduling of the pre-tryouts clinics (or refunds, as necessary), and the tryouts themselves.

 
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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, and then went 4-1 to win the CGHL 19U Division I Championship in dramatic fashion in a seven round shootout. They also finished 4-0 and earned 1st seed in the East Region for the NYS Playoffs. 
  • 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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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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