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Mount Clemens Hockey Celebrates Over 25 Years of Excellence!

The Mount Clemens Hockey Club is a Non-Profit 501C3 Organization that was founded in 1994. Over the past 25 years, the MCHC has been home to over 10,000 young boys and girls participating in the sport of hockey. The MCHC offers Instructional, House and Travel hockey at all age levels. The MCHC is a member of the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association and USA Hockey.

We are proud to call the Mount Clemens Ice Arena our home arena. This wonderful facility features two ice sheets, full concession stand, B&R Pro Shop, and many other amenities.

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Congrats to the 2007 & 16U Wolves- Great Lakes Spring Freeze Champions!

Lady Wolves Tier 3 Registration

The Mount Clemens Lady Wolves are accepting all young ladies between 6 and 14 (birth Years 05-12) who have heart, dedication and a drive to build their hockey skills for our spring and fall hockey season. Fall season begins September 3rd and runs through March 2020! (Learn to Skate 2 and a Learn to Play Hockey program highly encouraged)

The teams skate 2-3 times per week, working on skating skills, puck control, full ice gameplay, developing “Hockey Sense” and confidence. We will be competing in the Little Caesar’s Girls Amateur League and attending 1 - 2 Tournaments over the course of the season.

See flyer below for registration details.

2019-20 House League Registration

We are now accepting registrations for Mount Clemens Hockey Club House League for the 2019-20 season. Please fill out the form below and return to the arena. Any questions, please refer to the information on the form.

Little Wolves Player/Parent Open House

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2019 – 5:30 pm

For those of you who are interested in starting your hockey career, this is a great opportunity to check out your next step! Please see the flyer below for details.

Little Wolves Summer Skills Skates

Cost: $65 per player (due with registration)

Skaters must have completed Beginner 2 Learn to Skate class or equivalent

Wednesday, July 31- Wednesday, August 28 (Every Wednesday for 5 weeks)

7-8pm Weekly

*Players must wear full equipment, including jersey and socks.*

The on-ice sessions will consist of power skating, stick handling, shooting and passing. Our main objective is creating a quality learning experience for the young hockey player. We will stress the importance of mastering hockey's basic fundamentals.

Please see the registration flyer below for more information.