The Mound Westonka Hockey Association seeks to provide a community and volunteer supported program to promote the growth and development of our players. Our Association works to promote a fun, fair, and safe environment that maximizes participation and improves players' skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-confidence.
Mound Westonka Hockey Association
P.O. Box 266
Mound, MN 55364
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The warming house and skating rink are open per the schedule above.
Note that due to the warm temperatures forecasted for this Friday, the 26th, the warming house and skating rink will be closed on Friday.
Please stay off the rink to minimize the damage and allow the Ice Crew time to get the ice back into skating shape.
FYI---The warming house is supervised on Friday nights, Saturday's and Sunday's by the National Honor Society (NHS) students from Mound Westonka High School. Thanks students!!!!!!
FYI---The girls high school hockey team supervises the warming house on Monday nights while the boys high school team supervises on Wednesday nights. Thanks to both teams!!!!!
Please check back frequently for updates.
Registration is open, as of Friday, August 11, at 8:00 pm. Click on the appropriate link, to the right, to begin.
Mite/Mini-Mite/8U/6U will close on Feb 1, 2018, at 11:45 pm.
Travel Team Registration is closed.
$40 PER PERSON – open to anyone 21+
Food ● Drinks ● Raffle ● Games ● Silent Auction ● FUN!!
100% of all proceeds benefitting Mound-Westonka Youth Hockey Association
For the 2015-2016 season and beyond, Mound Westonka has strengthened its partnership with the Orono Girls program by extending the cooperative agreement to cover U6 - U12 programs. The MWHA has also partnered with Orono and maintains a separate Orono-Westonka Girls website to help with calendars, information and team communications for all of the girls programs. Registration will be through each player’s home association.
Click on the link to the left to be re-directed to the Orono-Wetonka site.