Since 1955 we at Port Huron Minor Hockey Association have been committed to exposing the game of hockey to the youth in St. Clair County. We have programs for kids of all ages. We offer Learn to Skate and Learn to Play Hockey programs as well as house and

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Golf Outing to help local families in need
07/24/2015
 
Fundraiser for longtime Silver Stick Volunteer
07/24/2015
Colleen is the wife of long time volunteer of the Silver Sticks and...
Learn to Skate & Learn to Play Hockey Registration Now Open
07/14/2015
We are pleased to announce coach Shayne will be returning for another...
PRESS RELEASE
06/30/2015
Press Release July 20, 2015   For immediate release...
Coaches' Reimbursement
06/24/2015
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Golf Outing to help local families in need

 


by posted 07/24/2015
Fundraiser for longtime Silver Stick Volunteer

Colleen is the wife of long time volunteer of the Silver Sticks and assistant coach of the Marysville High School hockey team Glen Sowinski.


by posted 07/24/2015
Learn to Skate & Learn to Play Hockey Registration Now Open

We are pleased to announce coach Shayne will be returning for another season to run the 8U Learn to Play program which will skate twice a week. He has also agreed to run our Learn to Skate program which will be on Saturdays at 10AM and a weekday every other week. Click here to register for either program.


by posted 07/14/2015
PRESS RELEASE

Press Release

July 20, 2015

 

For immediate release by:

 

PHMHA President Jim McPhee

Paul LaFontaine

 

“LaFontaine Family joins local business owners in support of Minor Hockey proposal”

 

            Just three weeks ago, the Port Huron Minor Hockey Association (PHMHA) proposed purchasing the McMorran Pavilion for $100,000.   The offer came promptly after the St. Clair County Community College proposed acquiring the Pavilion from the City of Port Huron for $1.00.  Recently, local business weighed in on the issue with more than 50 Port Huron business owners submitting a letter to the City Council and the McMorran Authority in support of PHMHA’s bid for the McMorran Pavilion.

 

PHMHA has now received a huge boost from the illustrious LaFontaine family which is famous in hockey circles.  Paul LaFontaine of Romeo, Michigan said he heard about the situation from concerned local businessmen.  “Right away, I knew we had to get involved to help save this rink and youth hockey.  Hockey has been such a huge part of our lives and McMorran is a great old rink with history and character.  Although it was more than 50 years ago, I vividly remember the atmosphere when I played a game there.” 

 

Paul said, “The LaFontaine family is honored to join the local business community in supporting McMorran and is committed to helping PHMHA in any way we can, including with our financial support and hockey expertise.”

 

PHMHA president Jim McPhee said he is humbled by the continued support of the community and business owners and overwhelmed by the generosity of the LaFontaine family.  “The community supports keeping hockey downtown and, with that support, we are putting together a plan that will meet these community needs while preserving the McMorran legacy.”

 

Paul LaFontaine said he is one of six brothers who all played hockey growing up.  The brothers’ love for the game continues today through their children and grandchildren.  Notably, Pauls nephew, Pat LaFontaine, played 14 seasons with the National Hockey League was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003.  He currently works for the NHL as its vice president of hockey development and community affairs.  Another nephew, John LaFontaine, coaches the NAHL team in Wichita Falls, Texas.  A great nephew, Jean-Paul LaFontaine, finished last season with the Minnesota State Mavericks.


by posted 06/30/2015
Coaches' Reimbursement

 

We are pleased to announce that we will reimburse some of our coaches for the cost of the coaching clinics, modules, safe sport, and background checks. All Head Coaches, and Non-Parent Assistant Coaches will be reimbursed as long as all other rostered coaches on their team have received their certification or are removed from their roster by December 10th each year. Reimbursement for level 4 coaching clinics will distributed over a three year period provided the coach continues to coach at PHMHA.


by posted 06/24/2015
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by posted 05/05/2015