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MYHA Welcomes New Board Members


Welcome New Board Members

Dear MYHA Families,

As summer settles in, I reflect on how incredibly grateful I am for the members of our MYHA community and this amazing club we are all a part of. I hope all of you enjoy this break before next season begins. 

On behalf of the entire MYHA Board of Directors, officers, and club membership, I welcome Dan Lyons, Katya Shterenberg, and Steve Maki to the board and look forward to their continued contribution to the club for years to come.

I want to thank all of the candidates who ran for the board. Your dedication and love for MYHA  and hockey drives our motivation to continue to do what we do. There are always opportunities to get involved and we hope everyone will find ways to volunteer and give back to the club. 
Enjoy your summer and I look forward to an outstanding 2023-2024 season.


Harris Vederman
MYHA Board of Directors


Dan Lyons


After more than nine years with MYHA as a parent and volunteer coach, Dan is looking forward to the opportunity to help guide the club as a board member. He is honored to be elected to this position and entrusted to help improve and strengthen MYHA to secure its future as a leader in youth hockey organizations.

Katya Shterenberg


This is Katya’s first term on the Board of Directors. MYHA has been her family’s only hockey home after her son, Ilan(14), joined as a first year Squirt. Throughout these last five years, Katya either managed or helped to manage the teams her son was on and often has served as a mentor to new managers. With her son now also volunteering as a Junior Coach at the instructional programs, she is, once again, reminded of the challenges that new hockey families face. As a firm believer that a positive and supportive environment enhances everyone’s experience, creates stronger bonds, and contributes to the kids’ drive to work harder, develop and succeed, she’s excited to join the BOD next season to help enhance our community’s experiences, aid in demystifying the process of hockey for the new and existing families, encourage increased community engagement, as well as support player and coach development in any aspect of hockey.

Steve Maki


Steve is joining the board for his first term. He has been a part of the MYHA Community for the past four years, coaching in the AIP, 6U, and 8U programs with his son Landon. As a coach, Steve has helped build a community of parents dedicated to the success of their players on and off the ice. He plans to use his time on the board to continue building a strong MYHA community and looks forward to serving the parents and players for the next three years and beyond.  


MYHA Coaches of the Year!

Each season, MYHA selects a coach of the year from each of its core programs—House, Girls Travel, and Boys/Co-ed Travel—for the Cleveland Howard Coach of the Year Award.

MYHA is pleased to announce that for the 2022-23 season the following coaches were selected for this prestigious award.

House: Mark Giron, Peewee Team 6

On his Peewee House team Mark Giron not only focused on teaching the game of hockey, but also emphasized the importance of hard work on and off the ice.  “(Coach Giron) made sure everyone knew they were valued, and every player had their teammates’ back. He ended every Sunday game with a reminder to finish their homework.”

Youth Travel: Marc Bragin, 12U B Blue

Marc Bragin was an inspiration to his team as stated by one of his players on the 12U B Blue team,  ”(Coach Bragin) gave us the best pep-talk I’ve ever heard.  He talked about willpower, aggressiveness, and gave us examples of plays to do.  After that pep-talk, we won 4-3 with a last second snapshot.  I will always remember that speech and the effect it had on my teammates and me."

Girls Travel: Dave Evans, Girls 14U AA Gold

Dave Evans won the Girls Travel award for his commitment to the values of positive coaching and player development. As one parent wrote in their nomination, “(Coach Evans) fostered the most positive team culture I have seen on about 15 teams my kids have played on over the last 7 years.  Through his leadership, the kids all supported each other and became amazing friends.  Simply put, he was a spectacular coach.”  

MYHA selects coaches for this award based on quantitative and qualitative aspects of nominations that you, the members, submit at the end of the season.  We are fortunate to have so many deserving coaches who dedicate countless hours to the development of our children as hockey players.  In fact, MYHA boasts over 200 head and assistant volunteer coaches in our House and Travel programs combined. We are also fortunate to have many teams that achieved success on the scoreboard, competing at the highest levels in their divisions.   However, this award is ultimately about recognizing the coaches that, based on your input, exemplify MYHA’s philosophy and its commitment to positive coaching and fostering a lifetime love of hockey.  
While the award often correlates with team performance, team performance is not a criterion considered by the Coach of the Year Committee.

Please congratulate Dave Evans, Mark Giron, and Marc Bragin on their accomplishments and thank them for their contributions to MYHA. Because of their work and that of all our volunteer coaches, our program continues to be one of great value to our member families.  This year's winners' names will be added to the Cleveland Howard Coach of the Year Award plaque that can be found in the Rockville Ice Arena’s lobby outside of Rink 1.

MYHA Teams Are Heading To Nationals

The USA Hockey National Championship is right around the corner and we are excited to share that MYHA will be represented by 3 of our teams: 14U AA Girls, 14U AA, and 18U AA Blue. Congratulations these teams and best of luck in your respective Championships. See below for game schedules to watch and cheer them on! 

USA Hockey, in conjunction with HockeyTV, will be streaming all the action. Games are available live and on-demand by visiting, creating an account and choosing a plan.

Good Luck Ice Devils!!!

USAH Youth Tier II 14U 2A - Denver, Colorado
March 30 - April 3, 2023
Times in MST
Thurs., Mar 30, 2023, 5:00 PM 
vs Team North Dakota (ND)
Fri., Mar 31, 2023, 9:00 AM
vs Irish Rovers (IN)
Edge- East
Sat., Apr 1, 2023, 5:15 PM
vs Maine Moose (ME)
Sun., Apr 2, 2023
Quarter-finals and Semi-finals
Mon., Apr 3, 2023

USAH Youth Tier II 18U 2A - Maple Grove, Minnesota
March 30 - April 3, 2023
Times in CST
Thurs., Mar 30, 2023, 9:15 AM
vs Arizona Bobcats (AZ)
MGCC- Kottemann
Fri., Mar 31, 2023, 4:00 PM
vs Maine Gladiators (ME)
BP-Rink 1
Sat., Apr 1, 2023, 4:15 PM
vs Central Connecticut Capitals (CT)
MGCC- Kottemann
Sun., Apr 2, 2023
Quarter-finals and Semi-finals
Mon., Apr 3, 2023

MYHA 14U Girls win the PVAHA Affiliate Playoffs!

Mike Bazzone's Girls' 14U AA team will advance to the Southeastern District Tournament after winning the Potomac Valley Affiliate Playoffs this weekend. Mike's squad won all 3 of their round robin games to enter the playoff final on Sunday as the first seed. They defeated the Tri City Eagle's to earn the right to advance to the Southeastern District Tournament in March in Wesley Chapel, Florida. Congratulations to Mike and his 14U Girls!

3/12/23: MYHA Girls' 14U AA Blue competed in the finals of the Southeastern District tournament and earned a spot at USA Nationals!

USAH Girls Tier II - Irvine, California 
March 30 - April 3, 2023
Times in PST
Thurs., Mar 30, 2023, 7:05 PM 
vs Anaheim Lady Ducks (CA)
Great Park Ice 1
Fri., Mar 31, 2023, 2:50 PM
vs Sno-King Jr. Thunderbirds (WA)
Anaheim Ice OLY
Sat., Apr 1, 2023, 11:05 AM
vs Danbury Hat Tricks (CT) 
Great Park Ice 3
Sun., Apr 2, 2023
Quarter-finals and Semi-finals
Mon., Apr 3, 2023

MYHA 14U Upper A Blue wins Gold at Big Bear Mountain King Tournament!!!

Congratulations to the MYHA Bantam UA Blue Team for their championship victory during the Big Bear Mountain King Tournament this past weekend at the Gardens Ice House in Laurel. 
The team went 4 and 0 for the weekend scoring a total of 15 goals and giving up 6.  In the championship game they defeated a highly motivated Junior Black Bears team for the second time during the tournament, winning 3 to 2!

16U UA Wins Congressional Cup Midwinter Classic

Following a 2-0-1 record in round-robin play, MYHA 16U UA shut out the Palmyra Black Knights 5-0 in the championship game.

Congratulations to MYHA 16U UA players and coaches.

18U AA Gold Palmetto State Golden Puck Tournament Champions

18U AA Gold went undefeated this weekend in North Charleston, SC to win the Palmetto State Golden Puck Tournament.  Congratulations to all 18U AA Gold Players and Coaches.

14U LA Blue Wins MLK Steel City Shootout 2023

The Montgomery Ice Devils 14U LA Blue team are the Champions of the MLK Steel City Shootout 2023 for the Bantam division this past weekend. 

The team beat out the Avon Canton Farmington Panthers with a score of 7-3 in the final game Monday morning  Congratulations boys!

Thank you Sarah!

On Dec 10th, 2022 MYHA honored long-time volunteer Sarah Stettinus for her many efforts on behalf of Girls Hockey at MYHA and across the DMV.   Words can't really express the impact she has with MYHA.   These two highlights - one NBC Sports Washington and USA Hockey are a fitting examples of what Sarah has meant to Girls Hockey.

NBC Sports Washington

USA Hockey Magazine

MYHA Scores Big At MLK Tournaments

MYHA would like to congratulate the following teams for being the championship team at area tournaments.

14U LA Blue  14U UA Blue

16U UA             18U AA Gold

Video was filmed in 4K - use the gear to switch your youtube window to get the best quality!

Golden Results for MYHA at the 2022 Eastern Regional Silver Sticks Tournament

Over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, 31 MYHA teams participated in the 2022 Eastern Regional Silver Stick Tournament across 16 different age groups and levels. Of those teams, 19 advanced to the Semi Finals with 11 teams making it to the Championship game.  In the end, 7 teams went on to take home gold medals, championship banners, and earn spots in their age groups and levels at the International Finals in Canada and Michigan. 

Congratulations to all our teams who participated. The hard work, effort, dedication, and leadership put forth by each player and coach was evident in every game played this weekend. We are excited to see how far our champions will go in their respective finals in January and February. 


Silver Stick

Regional Finalists

Silver Stick

Regional Finalists

Silver Stick

Regional Semi-Finalists

Girls 14U AA Blue
10U AA Blue
14U UA Blue
14U B Blue
16U AA Blue
16U UA 
18U AA



8U UA Blue
12U AA Blue
12U UA Blue
14U UA Gold









Girls 19U AA
8U LA Blue
10U UA Blue
10U B Silver
12U B Blue
14U AA
14U LA Blue
14U B Silver


MYHA 2022 Eastern Regional Silver Stick Tournament Champions

  • Girls 14U AA Blue
  • 10U AA Blue
  • 14U UA Blue
  • 14U B Blue
  • 16U AA Blue
  • 16U A
  • 18U AA Gold

MYHA Makes All the Saves Supporting October Saves!

The goalies of MYHA raised over $14,000 in support of the October Saves.   MYHA was the top fundraising club in the state of Maryland and Maryland as a state donated the 5th most to this worthy cause.

Beneficiaries include The Dana Farber Cancer Institute, The Inova Schar Cancer Institute, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, and many more!

Devin Brown (18U AA Blue), Shane Walker (12U AA Blue) and Liam Parkinson (14U LA Silver) were the top savers for MYHA raising a total of 10K.


MYHA 14U Upper A Gold Goalie Ilan Shterenberg Raises Money to Help Local Boy with Special Needs

MYHA's 14U Upper A Gold goalie, Ilan Shterenberg, a 2022 Young Ambassador for the Henrik Lundqvist Foundation is on the quest to raise enough money so that he can purchase a customized adaptive bike for a local boy, Lamar Collado, who was born with a severe form of epilepsy and multiple muscle disorders. This adaptive bike will both improve Collado's mobility and allow him to participate in more social activities. 

To make a donation and help Ilan meet his goal, visit his fundraising page here. You can also learn more about Ilan's work and Lamar in the Washington Capitals and NBC Sports Washington feature article.


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