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Martensville Minor Hockey Association  
Welcome to the Martensville Minor Hockey Association (MMHA) web site. MMHA is a group of volunteers, parents, players, and community partners, whose common goal is to provide a hockey program for young people in Martensville and surrounding area. We encourage fun, fair play, development, healthy competition and personal growth. We want to ensure that each child who plays hockey in our organization ends the season with a sense of satisfaction, having experienced good friendships and personal development and that each volunteer ends the season with a feeling of a job well done.
SMHA Coaching Clinic Schedule Sask Valley Vipers Public Skating & Shinny Schedule
  Sask AA Bantam Hockey League
Registration night for the 2014/15 season will be held on Wednesday, May 21 at 7:00pm at the curling rink. MMHA will now be accepting Visa/Mastercard/Debit for payment, but you must pay all fees in FULL and in person if you wish to use this method of payment. Cheques will still be accepted if you wish to pay in instalments.
Courage Bear has accepted the position of Midget AA Head Coach for the 2014/15 season. Registration/tryout times and details to follow.
Jason Leedahl has accepted the position of Pee Wee AA Head Coach for the 2014/15 season. Registration/tryout times and details to follow.
The lottery winners have been drawn and the list is posted on the Fundraising page.
A link to the public skating and shinny schedule on the City of Martensville web site has been added above.

Any families having a difficult time with the financial burden of sports registration fees can apply to Kidsport for assistance.  Kidsport is a children's charity dedicated to assisting children of families facing financial obstacles to participate in community sport programs. The KidSport™ goal is to provide these children with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of teamwork, dedication and responsibility through participation in sport.  For more information, contact Angie Reddekopp at recprograms@martensville.ca or 306-931-3385.