Marblehead Youth Hockey Association
PO Box 1426
Marblehead, MA 01945
2017-2018 MYHA Board of Directors
President - Judd Feingold
Vice President - Mike Piersol
Treasurer - Chris Giangrande
Secretary - Chris Young
Registrar - John Payne
* Website Administrator: Emily Dixey & Steve Clay
* Scheduler: Emily Dixey
* Learn-to-Skate / Whack-A-Puck Director: Matt Waldman
* Marketing: Remi Trudel
* Fundraising: John Payne, Rafe Hershfield
* Legal Committee: David Santeusanio
* VHL Rep: Frank Hart
* MYCGL Rep: Karen Wales
* Coaching Consultant: Bob Jackson
* Goalie Coordinator: Chris Giangrande, JJ Doherty and Scott Laramie
* St. Lambert Exchange Coordinator: Karen Wales and John Payne
* Girls Hollyhocks Program Co-Directors: Mike Piersol and Karen Wales
Welcome to new Board members:
2017-18 Season Level Directors:
Mites: Remi Trudel
Squirts: Chris Giangrande
PeeWee: Mike Piersol
Bantam: JJ Doherty
Hollyhocks: Karen Wales
If you need to contact a level director, please email directly to them at the e-mail address given above. This email is private and confidential. Please include your name, the players name and team along with your contact information. You may include a brief description of your inquiry.
Purpose and Role
Marblehead Youth Hockey strives to create the best possible athletic and learning experience for all of its players. In order to support that goal, the Board of Directors has created a committee of Board members to serve as Level Directors for each level of youth hockey (Mite, Squirt, Pee Wee, Bantam, Midget, and Hollyhock). The role of the Level Director is to act as a liaison and help any parent or coach with a challenge they may be experiencing while involved in the MYHA program.
If you or your child is experiencing an issue with a coach we have found that the best first step is to bring it up with the coach. If for some reason this is not possible or remains unresolved, then contacting the appropriate Level Director is the next step.
If you or your staff is experiencing an issue with a player or a family we have found that the best first step is to bring it up with the parents. If for some reason this is not possible or remains unresolved, then contacting the appropriate Level Director is the next step.