EYHA Forming Bantam MOHL Hockey Team
Please contact Dave Kruszewski as soon as possible to let him know you are interested in playing.
What is MOHL?
MOHL stands for Multiple Organization House League. MOHL is an informal collection of organizations that lack sufficient player count at the “house” level for various age groups that must seek opponents from outside their organization in order to have games.
How is MOHL different from House League?
MOHL incorporates some features similar to what you may be familiar with “House Select” or “Travel” hockey – such as out of town opponents, travel to away games (mainly in Buffalo, NY or closer), tournaments, and full-ice practices (in part).
How is MOHL different from Select or Travel Hockey?
MOHL incorporates many of the features you may be familiar with through EYHA House League – such as split-ice practices (in part), a full-season program, a house-level player fee, a house-level game and practice count, and no try-out or skill-based player selection.
Can a player participate on a MOHL team and in a High School hockey program at the same time?
Yes! During the 2010-2011 season, 6 of the 16 players on the Bantam MOHL team also played in a high school program. Conflicts between these players’ two teams were very few in number.
How much travel is involved?
EYHA will determine the number of games in the schedule after forming a team. For example, if there is a 20-game regular season, ten of those games will be “away” games, most likely in the Buffalo area. The other ten will be home games.
How many games are in the MOHL season? Exact game and practice counts will be determined by the number of players participating.
What players are eligible to play MOHL hockey?
During the 2012-2013 Season, players born in 1998 or 1999 will be Bantams.
What is the player fee for the MOHL program?
After the amount of interested players is determined, EYHA will calculate the fees.