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Just a reminder that all MOHL levels of play are NO_CHECKING levels. Penalties are becoming a problem. Verbal assault, derogatory remarks, head shots and dirty play is not part of the game. it reflects poorly on not just the player but each coach on the bench and the association they represent.
The WNYAHL will suspend, remove and discipline teams and associations for overly aggressive play and activities that are detrimental to the game whether on or off the ice. Everyone needs to keep the game safe and fun to play for everyone.
WNYAHL Board of Directors
WNYAHL MOHL COORDINATOR
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Welcome to the WNYAHL Midget MOHL league. The MOHL originated as a conceptual idea many years ago by Paul Dennis, a Cheektowaga board member. Paul believed that house leagues from the various organization who did not have multiple teams at each level could work together in a cooperative spirit to enhance the ice hockey experience for house league players while continually striving to develop hockey players thus making their house league experience fun and rewarding. Statistics were de-emphasized, standings were not kept and organization teams had the flexibility to schedule as many or as few games as they desired to keep with the proper practice to game ratio and their player development initiatives.
Over the years the MOHL league has grown at all levels eventually leading to the Midget MOHL that offered teams more structure with full standings, playoffs and championship games. Those that kept the MOHL constant should be commended. Today, the WNYAHL is proud that the Midget MOHL is back under the jurisdiction of the league with 25 teams. The league hopes that under the direction of the WNYAHL it will thrive and remain true to the original principles of keeping the game in perspective and making the game more fun and rewarding for all.
Good Luck to All teams
The WNYAHL is pleased to announce that Bob Lewek will be the MOHL Coordinator.
Bob comes to WNYAHL with an extensive background in hockey and sports management, program registration, discipline, team management, player development and a great desire to give back to the community with his countless volunteer work. Bob is currently a USAH Associate Registrar in the West Section of the NY District. He brings a wealth of knowledge in the day to day running of a league, competition and his input and goals for developing a great MOHL league will be an asset to WNY.