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The Central Upper Peninsula Hockey League offers a structured environment for youth hockey in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.  Teams compete in the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) "B" Division, representing recreational hockey.


This site also hosts the MAHA District 8 Council.

Click the button on the top navigation bar or the link above to access District 8 content, including information about regional, district and state tournaments.

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News

2019-2020 Season is Built

11/16/2019, 6:00pm EST
By Walt Milligan

The season is built.  If there are any mistakes or you want to change a team name, please e-mail cup@cuphockey.org

As usual, we need each team to have a website rep to enter game scores.  See website instructions on the tab to the left.  If you can order from Amazon you can probably do this job, which is necessary for the league to function.

Team website reps should volunteer at the following link:

https://cuphockey.sportngin.com/register/form/478242339

After this is completed, I will give you permission to edit your team pages and enter scores.  If you don't receive an e-mail within a couple of days, send an e-mail to cup@cuphockey.org  and don't be shy about pestering me.

Have a great season!

Midgets

11/12/2019, 10:45am EST
By Walt Milligan

As of November 12, some associations are not sure yet what their 16/18U teams will be, due to high school and JV team cuts not being made yet.

The Districts will need to be either the weekend of Feb 7 or 14, to be determined later.

2019-2020 CUP League Season

11/08/2019, 9:45am EST
By Walt Milligan

I will have the season built by November 17 at the latest.  After that is done, I will post a link and instructions for CUP League team representatives to register and get access to their team pages.  

High Performance Clinics re-scheduled

10/13/2019, 3:30pm EDT
By Walt Milligan

High Performance Clinics are now scheduled for November 5 and 6 from 6-10 pm at Houghton County Arena.  Coaches must attend both nights to get credit.  There will be lots of on-ice time.  

Bob Mancini from USA Hockey will be the lead instructor.

These clinics will move a Level 1 to a Level 2, or a Level 2 to a Level 3.  They will not count for obtaining Level 1 or Level 4.  

High Performance Coaching Clinics canceled

09/06/2019, 4:45pm EDT
By Walt Milligan

The "High Performance Coaching Clinics" that were briefly advertised here, associated with Kraft Hockeyville, have unfortunately been canceled.

The District is working on scheduling Level 2 and 3 Clinics in the Copper Country.  Updates will be posted as they are received.