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Marblehead Youth Hockey Association, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 established in 1958 and is one of the town's oldest organized youth sports programs.  MYHA offers organized competitive ice hockey to boys and girls.  The organization currently boasts 18 teams and 200 players plus a vibrant Learn-to-Skate and Whack-a-Puck program for new players interested in the sport.  MYHA currently participates in the Valley Hockey League, Middlesex Yankee Conference Girl's Hockey League  and Tri-State Mite Hockey League.

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50th Celebration - THANK YOU!!
50th Celebration - THANK YOU!!       An...
50th Celebration - THANK YOU!!

50th Celebration - THANK YOU!!




An open letter to all MYHA members:

On behalf of Marblehead Youth Hockey Association, I would like to extend our gratitude to the volunteers who made the St. Lambert 50th Exchange a success. A number of members of our community went above and beyond to make the event possible. Below is a summary of some of the outstanding volunteerism that made our program and town look so good.


Bill Shull - St. Lambert Chair



Bill Shull (Chair), Rafe Hershfield, Beezee Honan, Ben Mottola, and Tim Sheridan


Rafe Hershfield and Michael Fresolone deserve special recognition for their significant donation of time, effort, and resources. Both gentlemen played a major role in planning the print publications that were provided over the weekend. Rafe donated countless hours working on designing the amazing Commemorative Book. Michael donated countless hours AND resources designing and printing the Program. They were both responsible for the wide variety of signage, stickers, and banners that dressed up the rinks, cars, and even the road over Tedesco Street.


Skip Dyer deserves special recognition for his help with the planning of the Commemorative Book and the donation of the significant cost of printing the beautiful keepsake.


Ben Mottola and Tim Sheridan visited a number of local businesses to solicit advertisements for the book and program. They utilized the 50th Anniversary to raise money to support Marblehead Youth Hockey’s mission of providing hockey for all children in Marblehead. Money raised will be used to secure ice time for players to develop skills and a love of the game, provide financial assistance to families to insure all interested children can participate, and continue to keep costs as low as possible for all participating families. Tim also worked very hard to get coverage on MHTV and a Comcast Sports Network.


We are very grateful to all of the businesses and sponsors that took out an ad. Thank you for helping us achieve our mission. We ask the members of out community to please support those who so generously supported Marblehead Youth Hockey.



Lauren Santeusanio (Chair),   Sasha Titus, Sophie Piersol, and Katie McCarthy     


Lauren Santeusanio deserves special recognition for her endless effort planning all of the player events and supervising the movies at MVMS until the very end. Her work made it possible for many members of MYHA to celebrate with St. Lambert friends at the Landing.



Karen Wales (Chair), Michele Mottola, and Kirsten Bosworth                    


Karen Wales and Michele Mottola spent immeasurable hours planning every detail to make the highlight event of the weekend one that we will never forget. Karen also coordinated the beautiful blankets that were distributed as gifts.



Bruce Woodfin was involved in just about every aspect of the weekend. By organizing the games, referees, scorekeepers, and the MHS Girls Hockey table he helped make the event run smoothly.


Peter Pound coordinated the Future Stars game. It was no small task to organize 25 seven year olds and all of the coaches to pull of a game in front of the weekend’s biggest crowd.


Steve Clay and Emily Dixey kept the website and MYHA membership up to date with all of the events, schedule changes, and notices.


Brian Gray spent a significant amount of time working with the Boston Bruins organization. He was able to secure very generous donations for the raffle, a superior advertisement, and a letter from Cam Neely, and NESN coverage of the Exchange. Brian was also very helpful with coverage in the local media.


Dave Santeusanio was involved in every aspect of the weekend planning. He also spent months working to get the event covered by the media. To date, the 50th Exchange has been featured in USA Hockey Magazine, New England Hockey Journal, Salem Evening News, and the Marblehead Reporter.


Scott Garfield and Brian Donovan for organizing alumni game fundraiser. Scott was responsible for all of the work on Facebook, including collecting photos and general outreach. Brian also worked with the town to secure sign placement.


Frank Hart for supporting many of the efforts to insure a successful weekend.


The MHS Girls Hockey Team provided support not only at the rink by selling food, but also at MVMS as chaperones for the movie night.


All of the parents that volunteered their time to chaperone the events at Tower School, the Community Center, and MVMS.


All of the Head Coaches and Team Coordinators that fielded a massive number of emails to insure all rosters were complete, information was disseminated, donations and decorations were in place, and a high quality and welcoming atmosphere was created.

by posted 11/20/2014




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by posted 11/16/2014


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