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Calumet Hockey Association

Schedule for the week of November 2


The schedule for the week of November 2, will be posted during the afternoon on Saturday about an hour or so after the conclusion of the high school football game. 

2020-2021 Season Update / Final Registration Notice

All, as we begin the 2020-2021 Calumet hockey season, please keep in mind the following.

Registration deadline has been extended to FRIDAY OCT. 9th.


Please see below for registration information, or visit


There have been a number of questions about face coverings, season cancellations, etc. 

Q: What if the season cancels, will there be a refund?

A: If the season ends prior to 12/15, a refund of 2/3 of payment will be refunded. If the season ends after 12/15, but prior to 2/15, a 1/3 refund will be issued. No refund will be issued if the season is ongoing after 2/15.


Q: Will my player, with or without a health condition be required to wear a face covering

A: Currently yes, the State of Michigan and the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association both require all on-ice players, coaches, and referees to have facial coverings. While this may change this is the current policy.

Guidance on what facial coverings are acceptable is provided by MAHA on their website.




MAHA Face Covering and Registration Reminder!

If a cloth face covering cannot be tolerated while engaging in athletic activity, a plastic face shield covering the mouth and nose would also be acceptable.

That said, there are specifics about what is acceptable, please review the entire maha standards at:  the revised MAHA Return to Play Standards

Registration continues and it is essential that people get their players registered as soon as possible. We plan on a regular start to the season around 10/15.

Please read carefully:

Please visit the registration and get your players registered:

As always 100% of our players need to be registered at usa hockey:

You will need your USA Hockey Confirmation number to register. 

First year players will need to upload a copy of their birth certificate as yell.

Registration closes October 4th.

Player Registration is now Open for the 2020-2021 Season

Player registration for the upcoming season is now open. 

All registrations will be done online this year due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic.

To register your players, please visit:

If you have any questions, please email


Per current MAHA requirements, all players must wear facial coverings - for more information see:

The current plan is to have ice in by 10/15 and have a fantastic season!

A few last notes:

1) you must register you player with USA Hockey prior to registration with the Calumet Hockey Association. Visit:

2) If this is your players first year playing, you will need to upload a copy of his/her birth certificate during the process.

2020-2021 Calumet Hockey Association Participation Survey


All, as you may have heard the 2020-2021 Calumet Hockey Association season will see several changes related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Gretchen Whitmer's executive orders and guidance by the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA).

While there are many requirements for safe return to play, the primary effects of these factors have resulted in changes on the ground to our hockey program:

• All associations should designate a person or group, to serve as a liaison with your ice rink facility, as well as notifying all applicable parties if a positive test is confirmed
• All teams should designate a person who will be responsible for responding to COVID-19 concerns
• Notify any teams or players that shared ice sessions with the infected player over the previous 14 days
• Teams should not be penalized for forfeiting games due to COVID-19 concerns
• Do not use benches during practice sessions
• Players need to maintain 6 feet of separation whenever possible during practices
• Coaches and players shall wear facial coverings at all times during on-ice practices

We recognize that our parents and players may see difficulty in compliance with these requirements by the State and MAHA, but they are requirements. We are asking for patience and positivity as much as possible as we deal with these difficult challenges. For more information please see:


Please (one per Family) take the participation survey prior to 9/18 at:

Calumet Hockey Association Season Update

Dear Calumet Hockey Families,

As of August 21, 2020, Calumet Hockey Association is planning on having 2020-21 hockey season including AA hockey in the Squirt, Pee Wee and Bantam divisions. Calumet Hockey Association will be following guidelines set by MAHA and by USA Hockey.

These guidelines can be found at both respective websites. Calumet Hockey Association will be having a new website this year and we be offering an online registration option as well.

We expect to have the registration open in the next few weeks. We have been in contact with Calumet Township and we still need to work out some details in regard to the opening of the rink, but we are planning for a mid-October start for hockey.

Calumet Hockey Association

18U AA Fall Midget Hockey Options

Hello U 18 Parents,

There are two potential opportunities for  U 18 AA midget hockey this fall.  

Josh Loukus (Team REL) will be looking at starting the season August 21, please contact Josh directly at 906 369 5674 if interested in the team. 

Team Copper Country is also looking for players and they will be starting to skate on August 5 and they will be planning 3 to 4 skates prior to picking a team.

Jeff Mikesch contact information is as follows for team CC  906 869 6425.

It's very important to contact these guys if you have interest in playing as they will need to provide names and phone numbers to the staff at the SDC prior to skating.

If you have any questions that you may have for me, please do not hesitate in contacting me.

Enjoy the rest of the summer.


Interested in running for the Calumet Hockey Association Board?

If you are interested in running for the Calumet Hockey Association Board please contact Dave Yeo at 337-3166 by March 31.




Last day of Ice at the Gipp

The Last day of ice at the Gipp will be Wednesday, March 11.

Calumet Hockey Association Raffle Winners

The Annual CHA Raffle winners are as follows:

1st Place: Calvin Harju

2nd Place: Joel Keranen

3rd Place: John DePue

4th Place: Peter Golus

5th Place: Dayra Boberg


Calumet Hockey Association Board Meeting Dates and Times

The monthly board meetings for the Calumet Hockey Association will be held AT 6:30 pm on the dates listed below:

Monday November 11
Monday December 16
Monday January 13
Monday February 10

Annual Meeting TBD

Weekly Schedules are Posted

The full schedule for next weekend and the following week have been posted under the "Schedules" Page. Also Available here: Schedule

Introducing Calumet Hockey Association Mites Play Free Program

The Calumet Hockey Association is thrilled to announce that this year, there will very exciting changes to our hockey programs.

This year, we are eliminating fees for all Mite Division players; this includes all players in both the 6U and 8U Mite divisions. Eligible  players must live in CLK or Lake Linden School districts and born after 2011.

Interested? Here is important information about CHA Mite Hockey

Mites are FREE!

Mites will not be schedule for practice before 10:00 AM on Saturday

Mites will not be scheduled for practice before noon on Sunday (Mites rarely practice on Sunday at all after the Gipp Arena is open around Thanksgiving)

Mites will have 2-3 one hour practices per week

We are working on ways to help find equipment for players in need - All players need: helmet, neck guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, hockey pants, athletic cup, shin pads, hockey socks, and, or course skates and a stick.

Young players needn't know how to skate. 

Questions? Email

Hockey Registration Dates

Hockey Registration will be held on the following dates at the Colosseum.

Saturday, 8/24 from 11:00AM-1:00PM

Tuesday, 8/27 from 5:30PM - 7:30PM

To register with the Calumet Hockey Association, you MUST BRING THE FOLLOWING:



PAYMENT, See Below


First Year in Program FREE
Mites 6U FREE
Mites 8U FREE
Squirts 10U $645.00
Pee Wees 12U


Girls $645.00
Bantams 14U $665.00
Midgets 16U & 18U  $665.00

**All Divisions Other Than Mites Will Receive $150 in Raffle Tickets (15 tickets @ $10.00 each); Proceeds From Tickets Sold are Kept by Player’s Family to Help Offset Registration Cost.




The Calumet Hockey Association and Calumet Township, owner of the historic Calumet Colosseum, cannot express our thanks enough for the support received in making us Kraft Hockeyville for 2019.  

Just the nomination and voting experience alone is a reminder to us all of what a great community we are fortunate enough to call home.   Winning it all....priceless.

Be sure to visit our website often over the next few months for updates and information on what is sure to be plenty of volunteer opportunities to make this the best experience for our community. 




Calumet Jr. Kings Squirt AA take Districts with wins over Houghton and Marquette

Congrats to the 2019 District 8 Squirt AA Champs! The Calumet Squirt Jr. Kings!!!


Boards and Glass Fundraiser

The Calumet Hockey Association and Calumet Township have launched a major phase of the capital campaign for infrastructure improvements to the Calumet Colosseum.  We are seeking matching funds for a $90,000 Michigan DNR Recreation Passport Grant that will allow for installation of new boards and glass.  You can show your support by sponsoring a section of the boards or making a general contribution.  More information is available in the attachments below. 

Please contact any hockey board member to find out what sections remain available for sponsorship.

Thanks for your support in keeping youth hockey as affordable as possible and continuing the Calumet Hockey tradition.


Auto Pro 2017-18 Bantam B State Champs

Congratulations to the Auto Pro Bantam B State Champs.

The team went undefeated in the tournament which was played in Hancock this past weekend, and won the championship in convincing fashion 7-1 over Alpena.

The team played an unselfish brand of hockey that was fun to watch. The HoCo was packed with Calumet people cheering on the champs.

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Coaches have kept sports alive in 2020. Has your kid's coach helped them through this crisis?Nominate them   for a chance to win $2500!