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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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Website team reps needed

11/29/2022, 3:00pm EST
By Walt Milligan

We have 10 teams with volunteer reps, and 19 are still needed.  We can't run the league without these valuable volunteers.

Update January 3:  We have 18 reps and need 11 more. 

If you think you'd enjoy doing this, check the list that is available on the "Website Team Reps" button to the left to see if your team rep position is available, and talk to your coach or team manager about volunteering.

Instructions are on the "Website Instructions" button to the left.

Volunteers need to complete a brief registration at:

Season is built

11/25/2022, 9:30am EST
By Walt Milligan

All the games are now scheduled.  They are scheduled for April 1 at noon.  Team website reps will be able to edit the games to put in the real dates and times, and report the scores after the games are played.

If you want a sponsor listed or a name change, let me know.

Every team should have a volunteer website rep.  This is how scores get reported and standings get updated.  It is not very difficult.  Talk to your coach or team manager if you would like to volunteer, then fill out the registration below so I can make you an editor of your team page and game scores.

Website Rep registration

Instructions for editing your team page and entering scores are given in the link to the left (Website Team Reps) The minimum required is to enter your scores, if the rep for the opponent has not already. 

Website update

11/21/2022, 12:30pm EST
By Walt Milligan

The website is finally back up after being down since Thursday.  It is hosted by SportsEngine, and I had a really hard time getting customer service to fix the issue, which was not due to an error on our part.

I was not able to build the CUP League season while the website was down.  I will get it done before the end of this weekend.