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2018 Fall/Winter Franchise Opportunities


The Michigan Ice Hawks have franchise opportunities at the '08 and '09 birth years.  Interested parties/individuals should email us at:

2018/2019 FREE Learn to Skate / Learn to Play

The M.I.H.H.A. Learn to Play Program at Fraser Hockeyland will begin Sunday August 12, 2018.  This FREE program will run on Sundays at 11:00 am.  There is no commitment required,  just show up, have FUN and LEARN.  Space will be limited so sign up early to reserve a spot!  

All participants will need a U.S.A. Hockey registration form to participate.  The U.S.A. Hockey Form is no cost for future Hockey stars ages 1-6 years of age.  With said registration, future Players will receive not only U.S.A. insurance but the Official U.S.A. Hockey Magazine and other members only perks!


Every Big Guy Started Out A Little Guy

Follow the Three Steps Below to Register For The MIH FREE LTP

Step 1 - Click Here to Register!

Step 2 - CLICK HERE! To Register with USA Hockey

Michigan Ice Hawks

Step 3 - Email Your USA Hockey Registration To Us

Spring 2018 Teams Forming - Check For Updates

Team Head Coach Email
16U Black Myke Nevin
16U White Steve Fowler
16U Lady Hawks Greg Cheesewright
04 Bantam AA Guy Vanittersum
05 White Bantam A Vince Sceglio
Bantam B Adrian Cho
06 PeeWee AA Fred Legebokoff
07 PeeWee A Scott Pieknik
PeeWee B Brad Garner


Visit Coaches Corner Page For Information on Scheduling Referees

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Way To Go 07 Hawks

06 MIH Go 6-0 & Named Team of the Week By MyHockey!

MIH Midget BB Win Big!

06"s Start the Year Off Winning Early Bird Tournament

Bantams End Season On Top!

U16 Red LCAHL Champs!

Bantam B Win Again!

Brothers in Battle Reunites Coaches & Players

03 Black Win Big In Canada

Former Michigan Ice Hawk, Chesterfield Goalie Tyler Parsons Leads USA to Gold at World Juniors

, Detroit Free PressPublished 1:44 a.m. ET Jan. 6, 2017

Goaltender Tyler Parsons (Chesterfield) made 46 saves to help USA beat Canada, 5-4 in a shoot-out, to win the gold medal at the International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships in Montreal on Thursday evening.

Parsons, 19, finished with five wins with a 2.18 goals-against average and a .917 save percentage in the tournament. Parsons helped the London Knights win the Memorial Cup last season and was selected in the second round (54th overall) by the Calgary Flames in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

He is 11-2-2 with a 2.46 GAA and a .916 save percentage in 16 games this season for the Knights.