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Valley Hockey League
Season

September through April

The Valley Hockey League consists of more than 60 programs and 500 teams from Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine and is regarded as the most competitive in the Northeast. In addition to playing at all Valley Rinks the league also skates games at over 50 other rinks throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire in order limit travel for all member teams.

The league provides unparalleled parity across all ages and talent levels due to the large number of teams and divisions at each level: Squirts – 136 teams, 23 divisions; Peewees – 127 teams, 21 divisions; Bantams– 98 teams, 16 divisions; Mites – 101 teams, 17 divisions; and Midgets – 50 teams, 9 divisions.

The league annually conducts a six-to-seven week parity round to determine suitable levels of competition for each team and makes appropriate seeding adjustments for the remainder of the season. Teams have the option of a 45-game schedule in the American Conference or a 30-game schedule in the National conference.

Valley League Website

Valley Middle School League
Season

November Through March

The Valley Middle School League is the biggest middle school league in the northeast with 50+ teams from New England. Majority of games are played on Sunday evenings. 

The league provides parity across all age groups and talents due to the number of teams at each level: 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, and 8th Grade. 8th Grade Divisions will play by Bantam age level rules.  5th, 6th & 7th Grade Divisions will play by Peewee age level rules.

The league runs a parity Jamboree to place teams in proper divisions before running a 10-14 game schedule including playoffs. 

Valley Middle School

Valley Spring League
Season

May Through June

The Valley Hockey League Spring League runs from May to June for all levels at the Valley Rinks.  Divisions include Elite/AAA, AA, & Open. 

Register a full team or as an individual and choose which two rinks are preferred between Haverhill/Lawrence & Malden/Hockeytown. Preferred day's of game and a free hour of practice is also included. 

Parity adjustments will be made to keep games competitive. 10-11 games guaranteed as well as playoffs. 

Valley Spring League

 

New England Hockey League
Season

September Through March

The New England Hockey League is comprised of All-Star teams from the Valley Hockey League and South Shore Conference, with 5 regional teams at each birth year from Mites through Peewee Majors.  These All-Star teams offer elite training and competition for the best young hockey players from across Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The NEHL provides players from the Valley Hockey League and the South Shore Conference with the unique opportunity to play for their town program and also train and compete at the Elite Level each week with their All-Star Club Team from Greater Boston, North Shore, Middlesex, Merrimack Valley/NH and South Shore.

Games are played Sunday afternoon/evening starting September/October through March with playoffs. Games are scheduled around hometown VHL games in order to avoid as many conflicts as possible. Skills sessions and practices are conducted each Friday on alternating weeks. Skills sessions are run by a professional staff including director, Andrew Andricopoulos, a renowned skills director, Prep School Coach and QMJHL scout.

New England Hockey League

Elite 9 Hockey League
Season

September Through March

The Elite 9 Hockey League is a youth ice hockey league composed of nine clubs: six charter members and three Boston Hockey League qualifiers. Headquartered in New England, the E9 is widely considered to be the premier youth ice hockey league in the region.

The league was organized on January 22, 2014, and draws many highly skilled players from all over New England. Teams play over 30+ games against each team in their respective divisions and playoffs. 

 

Elite 9 Hockey League

Boston Hockey League
Season

September Through March

The Boston Hockey League is considered one of the premier youth hockey leagues composed of teams throughout New England. Teams play a parity round in September to set divisions. 

Once divisions are set, teams play 30+ games plus playoffs.

Boston Hockey League

Elite 9 Girls League
Season

September Through March

The Elite 9 Hockey League is proud to announce 2019-20 as the inaugural season of the E9 Girls Hockey League.  The league will be comprised of several of the top Tier I Hockey Organizations in New England including Boston Advantage, Valley Jr. Warriors, Boston Americans, Lovell Knights and Middlesex Icemen.  For the inaugural season the E9 will offer U10, U12, U14, U16 and U19 levels as well as D1 College Prep Training.

The E9 will offer elite girl hockey players the opportunity to train with premier coaches and instructors and compete against the very best players in New England.  The core founding members of the E9 have been pioneers in player development for boy’s hockey in New England over the past 15 years and have developed more NCAA D1 & D3 players than any other program in New England.  That trend will continue in the girl’s spectrum as these organizations establish the E9 as the premier league for player development across all levels of hockey.

Elite 9 Girls League

E9 Prep Showcase League
Season

August Through November 

The Elite 9 Hockey League announced the E9 Prep League back in 2017.  The E9 Prep League offers a Showcase Division that will feature the top 8 Midget/Prep Teams in New England at the U18, U16 & U15 level.  By limiting the Showcase Division to include only the top 8 teams at each level, the E9 Prep Showcase Division offers players the highest level of competition combined with unprecedented exposure to Hockey East, ECAC and NHL scouts each and every weekend. Those two factors have resulted in the E9 Prep League attracting the top Midget/Prep/High School players from across New England.

College and Pro scouts have shown excitement about the league and in particular the showcase format, which will feature 200 of the Top College and NHL Prospects all in one venue on one day each week. The E9 Prep League is comprised of two separate divisions:  Showcase Division and Elite Division. lt has set the standard for Tier I & II Midget Hockey in New England with 40 total teams, including 25 Tier I National Bound Teams.

E9 Prep Showcase League 

Collegiate Prospect Combine
Season

August Through November 

The Collegiate Prospect Combine will provide a select group of elite female hockey players the opportunity to develop and hone their skills throughout the Fall by training with and competing against the very best NCAA Division I prospects in the Northeast. The Combine is focused on teaching individual skills concepts with a 10 week progressive development model, which has been specifically designed by our renowned coaching staff including Scott Pellerin, Senior Director of Player Development of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Seth Goodrich.

Players will go through 3 different phases in their training geared towards overall player development and team concepts. Phases will include technical skills, positional specific skills, and high compete training. Through the on-ice skills training, off-ice workouts and competitive games, players in the CPC program will be training and furthering their development in the 10 weeks leading up to their Winter season. The combine will also offer unparalleled exposure, with many of the top Hockey East and ECAC Coaches attending these weekly sessions showcasing the top college prospects in the country all under one roof.

Collegiate Prospect Combine

TriState Mite Hockey League
Season

December Through March

The Tri-State Mite Hockey League will offer interested teams a full service, Supplemental Full-Ice Mite League for the 2019-20 season. TSMHL league members will play 15 regular season games plus playoffs. The TSMHL will operate out of a network of over 50 rinks throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

The TSMHL will provide a customized and user-friendly website that will offer comprehensive schedules, scores, standings, rosters and will also be integrated with the league’s proprietary back-end scheduling software to offer teams numerous reporting capabilities, game cancellation forms and other useful tools.

The TSMHL will provide all players, coaches and officials insurance that will include: basic medical, catastrophic medical insurance underwritten by a major Insurance Provider with an A.M. Best FSR rating of A- or better.

13-15 Full-Ice Mite Games + Playoffs

  • Games Beginning early December
  • Supplemental to hometown mite teams
  • Utilize a network of 60 Rinks
  • Great experience for Mite Majors moving up to Squirt in 2020
  • Cost $277 per game per team

TriState Mite Hockey League