Minnesota Hockey

Minnesota Hockey is the statewide governing body of amateur hockey in Minnesota and an affiliate of USA Hockey. Since 1947, Minnesota Hockey (formerly known as the Minnesota Amateur Hockey Association - MAHA) has been providing volunteer services for the development and promotion of all youth hockey in Minnesota. Robert Ridder was the founding president of the MAHA, and affiliated the state group with the Amateur Hockey Association of the United States.[1][2]

Minnesota Hockey
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SportIce hockey
Founded1947
FounderRobert Ridder
No. of teams119 (approx.)
Country United States
Official websitewww.minnesotahockey.org

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Disabled HockeyEdit

Minnesota Hockey also governs Disabled Hockey.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Minnesota Amateur Hockey Association: The Early Years". Vintage Minnesota Hockey. Retrieved 2018-10-08.
  2. ^ Allen, Kevin (2011). Star-Spangled Hockey: Celebrating 75 Years of USA Hockey. Chicago, Illinois: Triumph Books. ISBN 9781633190870.

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