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RAVENS 10U TIER III Pumpkin Sale and Raffle Fundraiser- Weekends in October

The 10U Tier III Ravens will have a pumpkin sale weekends in October, as well as a Giant Pumpkin Raffle.  So, don't run out to the Kroger just yet and get one of their second rate Charlie Brown pumpkins!  Get one of the best Home Grown pumpkins from Johnson's Giant Pumpkin Farm in Saginaw, Michigan.   

KVHA 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Registration Player Packets

New for the 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Season:  Player Packets are available for downloading here

For Travel and Ravens Players, please download and complete the forms, and return to your team manager or head coach.

For House Players, please download and complete the forms, and return at Evaluation skate(s).  

For Little Rebels Players, please download and complete the forms, and return to the KVHA office.


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KVHA 2016-2017 Season Fall/Winter Registration


Registration for the KVHA 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Season is now open.  Registration does not carry over from the previous season and must be completed each year for the Fall/Winter Season.   The Registration Fee is as follows:

  • Non-Refundable Registration Fee of $285.00 if registered on or after August 1st, 2016.
  • Registration is free for the Learn To Play / Learn To Skate Program (Little Rebels), however there is a season ice fee for that program.

All KVHA registrations will be online and can be paid using a credit card or debit card (Discover, Mastercard, and Visa).

Players will be prioritized based on their paid registration date and time, meaning that players with earlier registrations will be placed first.  Returning KVHA players, and their family members, registering before June 30th, 2016 will be given priority over new players.

Please click on the following link to begin the registration process.  If you created a website account in the past, you can use the same username and password this season.  House ice fees are available to view after you click to register.  Registration fees are non-refundable, unless the player is not offered a spot on any KVHA team before December 31st, 2016.


Concussion Information & Signature Sheets For Parents, Athletes, & Coaches

Click on the above link for USA Hockey and MAHA required concussion information.

KVHA 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Season Registration

Registration is now open for the 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Season.

Please click on the link to register.

Important House 2016-2017 Season Information

As summer winds down and everyone gets ready to go back to school ... this weekend, hockey season will be underway! 

Thank you for bringing your player out to Conditioning and Evaluation Skate times over the last few weeks.  We are pleased with the great turnout of skaters who participated.  Add in the jersey sizing that has occurred, and we are strongly reminded that hockey season really does start soon!

August Evaluation Skates

All of the KVHA House League Evaluation Skate times have occurred.  We trust that you felt the process ran smoothly.  The purpose of the Evaluation Skates and Puckmasters Coaches is to provide the Head Coaches with a consistent and objective score on all players, so they are able to draft balanced teams.  Balanced teams provide the best chance of a positive experience for everyone. 
Likely you recognized Steve and Kyle from Puckmasters in Wixom, who attended all of the Evaluation Skates for the Mite, Squirt, Pee Wee, and the Bantam Divisions. They used consistent and objective criteria for evaluating each player in preparation for the Draft process later this month.  We continue to have positive feedback about their presence, thank our members and players for their patience during the Evaluation Skates, and look forward to using the Puckmasters work product as we move into, and through the Draft process.    

Both Steve and Kyle made a point to compliment the level of players at all the Evaluation Division skates this year. They noted overall improvement of skill and work ethic at each skate.  Great job to the KVHA players!

Many Coaches and KVHA Representatives field concerns and requests by parents who wish to have their player on a certain team, with certain players, or with a certain coach.  We are all sensitive to such positions, but KVHA is bound by USA Hockey, and MAHA mandates that explicitly prohibit pre-drafting of teams.  KVHA cannot tell Coaches who they may or may not draft.

Jersey Sizing

KVHA will order jerseys for House players after the Draft process.  Jerseys are projected to arrive in or around mid-October.  If you are a House player who has not been sized for a season jersey and socks, please promptly contact the office.  It is best to send an e-mail to this time of season, as it will take longer to respond to a voice mail.  Jersey orders placed after the initial order in late August will be delayed.  Little Rebels will receive Tim Horton’s jerseys and do not require jersey sizing. 

Team Draft

With our division coaches interviewed, selected, and approved by the KVHA Board, the Hockey Director and House Director held the Team Draft night on Thursday, August 25th.  Teams did not form until the draft, and the draft was not open to anyone other than the Head Coaches, who are drafting a particularly scheduled division.  Per Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) Rules, each coach may protect ONE player and that one player may or may not be the coach's child.  At the end of each division draft, each team list is reviewed by KVHA’s MAHA Representative for the correct ratio of first and second year players, for the correct number of out-of-district players, and for an average rating of all the team's players, even with all the other teams in the division.  This process is required and helps assure a competitive House season.  By now, your should have heard from your Head Coach, and be sure to check your email and spam folders to make sure you didn't miss the communication. Once you hear from your Head Coach, then please offer your assistance as an Assistant Coach or Manager. Nothing at KVHA runs without willing volunteers.

Team Schedules

Teams will begin taking their ice time this weekend, Friday, September 2nd-Sunday, September 4th as part of the 2016-2017 season.  No team will have ice time on Labor Day, Monday, September 5th.  You will be notified by your Head Coach, after the Draft, of your team and of your skate times. 

Additional Season Events

Many have asked if KVHA will be offering any training opportunities to members at an affordable cost.  In the past, we have had various outfits run clinics throughout the season. We do not have any clinics scheduled at this time, but ask that you email with your interest level and we will use that information for programming.

Goalie Skills Clinics ran three times this summer and we hope to continue periodically throughout the season with additional opportunities to develop our existing goalies and to give a jump start to those who would like to explore becoming a goalie.

KVHA will hold two Try Hockey For Free days this season and they are sponsored in part by USA Hockey.  Keep an eye out for information regarding these events so you can tell your friends, family, and neighbors about the fun opportunity to give hockey a try. As well, we will be in need of volunteers to make it a fun event for all the new faces we hope to see.

2016-2017 Ice Fees

While never wavering from the commitment to the integrity and quality of our program, KVHA continues to analyze and minimize the increased costs to play hockey. 

We remain proud to continue to provide our players and their families with a fun and memorable hockey experience.

The 2016-2017 Season Dues are as follows.



6 Monthly Payments Of

Little Rebels












Pee Wee










KVHA appreciates our members' willingness and ability to pay season ice fees by using a credit card through the use of the payment plan set up on the website. This modality of payment keeps accounts current, which prevents the need for Coaches to enforce the undesirable rule of not allowing a player to participate, when ice fees remain unpaid.  KVHA does not accept personal or cashier's checks, or cash. 

You may pay the ice fees in one payment, or you may pay in six equal monthly installments.  Payment information is posted below.  Please click on the link below to set up your payment plan.

Enjoy the last days of summer and welcome to a new season of hockey....Hockey.....HOCKEY!

KVHA House 2016-2017 Season Ice Payments

Registration is now open for 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Season House Ice Payments.
Please click on the link to set up House Season Ice Payments.

KVHA 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Rental Equipment

KVHA has 30 sets of starter hockey equipment.  The equipment is geared for new players and includes everything except skates, stick, helmet, mouth guard, neck guard, and a sports cup.  KVHA will have 15 sets of the “Small” size (approximate ages 4-6) and 15 sets of the “Large” size (approximate ages 6-8).

This equipment will be rented for the 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Season on a first come, first serve basis.   A deposit of $100 is due at the time of rental.  The equipment must be returned at the end of the season in good, clean condition.  If the equipment is returned by April 3rd, 2017, in good, clean condition, a refund of $75 will be mailed in the form of a reimbursement check. 

KVHA 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Rental Equipment Request

KVHA will be offering beginner Rental Equipment for the 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Hockey Season.  You must register with the Kensington Valley Hockey Association (KVHA) for the 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Season BEFORE requesting Rental Equipment.  Please click on the following link to request Rental Equipment.

Note: If you are currently in possession of equipment used during a previous season, you must complete the Loaner Equipment Request to use the equipment again during the 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Season.

2016-2017 Fall/Winter Loaner Equipment Request

KVHA Loaner Equipment questions should be directed to the KVHA Office at (810)229-6087, or

House Program

Kensington Valley Hockey Association offers a House Hockey Program consisting of the following Divisions: Mini Mite (age 5 & 6), Mite (age 7 & 8), Squirt (age 9 & 10), PeeWee (age 11 & 12), Bantam (age 13 & 14), and Midget (15 & 16).  Peewee, Bantam, and Midget teams will participate in the Little Caesar's league and does require limited traveling. Approximate Ice time alotted for each division is listed below;

  • 2 hours of ice per week for 27 weeks for Mini Mites, Mites and Squirts
  • 2 hours of ice per week for 27 weeks for PeeWees
  • 3 hours of ice per week for 27 weeks for Bantams
  • 3 hours of ice per week for 27 weeks for Midgets

At the end of the regular season, all teams in each division go into a playoff tournament.

KVHA 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Travel Head Coaches

Birth Year Division Team Head Coach
2007 Squirt A Rebels Jimmy Sokol
2007 Squirt A Renegades Mike Benoit
2006 Squirt AA Rebels Ken Alexander
2006 Squirt AA Renegades Jay Storm
2005 Pee Wee A Rebels Tim Sellis
2005 Pee Wee A Renegades John McDermott
2005 Pee Wee A Raiders Dave Patterson
2004 Pee Wee AA Rebels Marc Pouliot
2004 Pee Wee AA Renegades Russ Ciesielski
2004 Pee Wee AA Raiders Pat Marody
2003 Bantam A Rebels Michael Wainwright
2003 Bantam A Renegades Matt Krusniak
2003 Bantam A Raiders Kevin O'Connell
2002 Bantam AA Rebels Lance Lumpiesz
2002 Bantam AA Renegades Brad Dedrick
2000-2001 Midget A Rebels Dan Gardiner
2000-2001 Midget A Renegades Brad Smith
2000-2001 Midget A Raiders Joe Kocur
1998-1999 Midget AA Rebels Dan Bender

Kensington Valley Hockey Association (KVHA)

KVHA Office Hours for September and October 2016:

  • Monday 9AM to 4PM
  • Wednesday 9AM to 4PM
  • Friday 9AM-4PM

 KVHA Youth Leagues

During The Months of September through March

September through March the Kensington Valley Hockey Association (KVHA) administers all Youth League Hockey Programs.

  • House Teams
  • Travel Teams
  • Girls Ravens Teams
  • Learn to Play Hockey (Little Rebels)

During the Spring months, the Kensington Valley Hockey Association (KVHA) administers the Youth League Travel Program.

  • Travel Teams
  • Girls Ravens Teams

The Kensington Valley Hockey Association (KVHA) Office is conveniently located at the Kensington Valley Ice House (KVIH) in Brighton, at the back of the lobby, behind the concessions.

For more information or questions on youth related programs during September through March, please contact:

Kensington Valley Ice House (KVIH)

KVIH Youth Leagues

During the Months of April through August

April through August the Kensington Valley Ice House (KVIH) administers all House Youth League Hockey Programs.

  • House Teams
  • Learn to Play Hockey (Little Rebels)

For more information or questions on youth related programs during April through August, please contact:

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    Did You Know...

    ...that KVHA is a non-profit, volunteer based organization, commited to the kids it serves. All KVHA Board Members are volunteers and are not paid in any way for the time they donate to the Association.

    ...that KVHA is not a part of the Kensington Valley Ice House or Hartland Sports Center other than as a customer.

    ...that 100% of KVHA fees are returned to it's members in the services the Association provides.

    KVHA Mission

    Kensington Valley Hockey Association

    The Kensington Valley Hockey Association (KVHA), a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Organization, is committed to developing youth sports. We offer area youth an opportunity to participate in an exciting, challenging sport while emphasizing camaraderie, sportsmanship and fun. KVHA provides a competitive environment of learning and good sportsmanship at all skill levels for both boys and girls in the sport of hockey. This is possible through the outstanding efforts of you, our volunteers. The Coaches, Managers, Administrators and other Support Staff are the backbone of our association. We thank those for their commitment and dedication to the greatest sport in the world: HOCKEY!