Once again, the Skinner Stickhandling and Skating School is coming back to Capitol Ice Arena!! This camp will fill up fast so register today and secure your spot.
April 23rd 7pm
Middleton Township Town Hall
7555 Old Sauk Rd
Middleton 18U won the McGuire Cup Championship in the Dells !!!! Awesome work from our MYHA Midget players and special thanks to Waunakee partnering both players and coaches for this steadfast season!!!!
It was a great weekend of hockey at the State Tournaments.
Bantam C made it to the finals and lost a tough game against Hudson to take Second Place!!
Bantam B lost to Superior in the Semi-Final game and ended up winning their last game to take Third Place!!
Thank You Letter From Ava Jambor
Dear Middleton Hockey Families,
Thank you so much for all the love and support you have shown me and the Sanger family. The Super Noah Fundraiser that took place at Madison Ice Arena on January 26th was a HUGE success! I am beyond thankful for everyone who came and made that day possible including the Middleton High School boys hockey team. Thanks for backing such an important cause! It was such a great afternoon full of fun activities, amazing homemade food, and of course, hockey! It is awesome to see all the Super Noah stickers and bracelets out there showing awareness. The Sanger family and I appreciate all of you more than you know. Our mission, however, is far from complete. Every 3 minutes someone in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Our goal is to raise at least $50,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma society to help fund cures, treatments, therapies, research, etc. in hopes that one day everyone, including Noah, will live in a world without cancer.
Thank you again for everything! Let’s stick it to cancer!
Lots of love,
For more information and ways to donate please visit my website, https://events.lls.org/wi/madisonsoy19/ajambor
CHANGING THE GAME PROJECT - OCT 21
CtGP is an organization focused on giving youth sports back to kids by changing the way parents and coaches interact with athletes and each other. This leads to a healthier club environment for kids across all levels. Some of the coaches within our club have attended CtGP sessions around the state and have nothing but great things to say. (Learn more here: Changing the Game Project)
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Caps Day in the Life
On Saturday, April 13th youth hockey skaters will have a chance to spend a ‘day in the life’ with the Capitols. They’ll be able to go behind the scenes for a morning practice, video sessions, pre-game meal, team meeting and more! The fun day costs $40 per skater. Four tickets to the Capitols last home game is also included in the package.
Spaces are limited, so if you’re interested please contact Juliette ASAP. firstname.lastname@example.org
These area spring and summer On and Off Ice Training options are not associated with the Middleton Wings. Posted are a mix of both for-profit and non-profit opportunities. If you have a program, camp, or training service available that would be of interest to our members, please contact our web admin with details at email@example.com . Stay tuned for more updates as they come in.
Hockey is a tough sport. From the first time on ice when kids have to learn to pick themselves up after a fall through the highest levels of competition, this sport demands physical and mental toughness.
We have a great young skater in our Cross Ice program, Noah Sanger, who is facing a different sort of challenge…a battle with Leukemia.
For those that have met Noah, you’ll know of his courage and toughness. He’s an active kid that plays hockey, soccer, and loves to play with his younger brother…he is an inspiration to us all. The good news is Noah has a great support team, from his family and friends to his medical team, to his hockey family.
To help Noah and his team as they fight this battle, Middleton Youth Hockey is offering each player the opportunity to show your support by purchasing a “SUPER NOAH” helmet sticker. These stickers will be available through your Team Rep, Age Level Director, or call/email Steve Chafe firstname.lastname@example.org 608-358-6606. Your donation of $5 will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to fund research and family support for those affected.
Registration for the
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Levels available for age 3-18!
MYHA Players are encouraged to wear red helmets, red breezers, and red gloves.
Officiating Seminars start in August. Check out https://dchoa.org/ for more information.
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Middleton Youth Hockey
PO Box 628311
Middleton WI 53562
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