The KVHA Tier 3 program is our recreational hockey program for the youth in Brighton, South Lyon, Milford, Hartland, Howell and surrounding communities. We offer programs for ages:
Recreational hockey, or tier 3, is less commitment, less cost and less travel than tier 2 or "travel" hockey.
House hockey is for all abilities and skill level from beginner to advanced. Players must have a minimum skill level to participate.
Our Mini-Mite and Mite teams play 1/2 ice in the Biggby Coffee House League with no travel. These divisions receive 2 hours of ice per week plus two in-house jamborees.
Our Squirt, Peewee, and Bantam teams participate in the Little Caesar's Amateur Hockey League (LCAHL), which requires some travel. Squirt teams skate at least twice per week, PeeWee teams skate approximately 3 hours per week and our Bantam and Midget divisions skate 3-4 hours per week. Onces games start, there may be one additional day for away games.
KVHA House Director
Click on one of the tabs below to learn more about our House program offerings and to learn more about season kick off activities.
Dates for the House Conditioning Skates as well as the House Evaluation Skates can be found on the individual tabs for each event. The dates are also located on the House Program page by clicking HERE.
NON ROSTERED PLAYERS/COACHES ON THE ICE OR BENCH
The only people allowed on the ice during practice or on the bench during games are those players rostered to the team and that team’s rostered coaches. Having others on the ice or the bench invalidates the USA Hockey insurance and puts the head coach at risk for disciplinary action and potential lawsuit should an un-rostered individual be injured. The USA Insurance coverage will not cover you or anyone on the ice, including an injured party. The rule applies to player siblings, coaches other children, friends, and even those rostered on other KVHA teams. This is not optional, and coaches will be suspended immediately pending a hearing if it occurs. This is not a KVHA rule, but a USA Hockey / MAHA rule and it will be strictly enforced.
All coaches on the ice are required to wear a helmet. Guest ‘instructors’ on the ice with teams must also wear helmets. It is the head coaches responsibility to make sure this is followed. If your team has someone come to your practice to work with your team and they are on the ice, they must have a helmet. NO EXCEPTIONS. These coaches must also be USA Hockey registered. Again, failure to follow this policy puts the head coach at risk for disciplinary action. Both of these are USA Hockey rules and are not negotiable.