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    Welcome to MWHA

    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.

    2019-20 D3 Tournaments

    The 2019-20 D3 Tournaments have begun.  Visit the D3 Tournament page for updated brackets and scores for all levels.

    MWHA is hosting the 12UB1 and Squirt A D3 tournaments this season.

    12UB1 (updated 2/15) 

    Squirt A - will be updated with teams once the season is complete.



    2020 Board of Directors Application

    The MWHA is seeking applications for the Treasurer, Tournaments Director and Alternate Director positions.

    2019-20 Parent Meeting Presentation

    Thank you to the Board, Hockey Operations Committee, Coaches, Parents and Players of our association. I am looking forward to a successful season on and off the ice. 

    Please find the presentation from the Parent Meeting on October 2, 2019. Please reach out to me or another member of the Board with any questions.


    Ryan Flom

    MWHA President

    Link to Mite/Mini-Mite Information and Registration

    Mailing Address:

    Mound Westonka Hockey Association
    P.O. Box 266
    Mound, MN  55364

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    Association News

    2019-20 MWHA Boys Traveling Tryout Information

    By CR Childers 10/10/2019, 12:30pm CDT


    The day is finally here and hockey tryouts kick off this evening!  We know this can be an exciting and nerve-racking time for both players and parents and so we wanted to provide you with some information to help you be better informed.  

    IMPORTANT: Please help your player to come to the arena prepared.  These are the days that determine the team you play for this season and being focused is critical to the player's success.  We want the kids on the ice working hard to ensure their scores reflect their ability.

    The Process: 
    Players will be evaluated over three days.  They will receive a black / white or red pinney with a number that they will keep for the duration of the tryouts.  That number is all our evaluators will see, no names.  None of the evaluators were involved in assigning the numbers to the players.  Note - To help keep the scoring true please do not send your player with a jersey that has a nameplate or other identifying information.  

    After checking their player in, parents will be asked to leave the arena for the duration of tryouts.  MWHA HOC and BOD members will be in attendance to ensure there is no loitering.  No HOC or BOD member will be present if they have a player at the level trying out to keep consistency.  

    The first day consists of different skill drills (see attached for the drills being scored this year).  Goalies will be evaluated the first night at Stauber's Goalcrease.   The second and third days will consist of small area games, intra-squad and external scrimmages to see how a player performs in a game.   There will be three evaluators each day and their aggregate rankings are what determines final placement.  

    We know how important the player evaluation process is in ensuring your son or daughter has as much fun as possible while developing their skills each year. This year, we invested in a tool called TeamGenius to help improve the process in a number of ways.

    TeamGenius allows our coaches to enter their evaluation ratings and notes through a mobile app rather than on paper. The information is immediately compiled with other evaluators on the TeamGenius admin site, which is only accessible by our club administrators. This dramatically reduces the chances for error as we will not need to collect sheets of paper and transfer handwritten scores and comments from paper to spreadsheet. Additionally, the high quality data and analytics within TeamGenius will help us to confidently place your son or daughter on the appropriate team, and to notify you of their team placement much sooner after tryouts.

    Teams will be announced and posted on the evening of Tuesday 10/15 and players will receive communications from coaches on next steps from there.  The team calendars will be updated on as well.  

    If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.  

    CR Childers
    Interim Hockey Operations Director


    2019-20 Tryout Plan


    MWHA Equipment Swap Returns

    By MWHA BOD 08/27/2019, 1:00pm CDT

    Got gear? Need gear? Come to the swap!

    September 21 & 22, 2019
    10am - 1pm in the Thaler Meeting Room

    Need Hockey Gear? Have Old Gear to Donate?


    The goal of the MWHA Equipment Swap is to:
    1 - offer hockey players in our community the opportunity to donate their old gear, so someone in the program can use it.
    2 - offer hockey gear to players in our community - at NO COST.

    If you have gear your kids have outgrown or simply no longer need, please consider donating it to our swap, so someone can use your hand-me-downs.

    If you need gear, stop up at the swap to see if we have some items for your use for the upcoming season.

    No cost to participate.

    MWHA seeking an ACE Director/Hockey Operations Director

    By MWHA BOD 08/07/2019, 2:15pm CDT

    The Mound Westonka Hockey Association (MWHA) is seeking an ACE Director/Hockey Operations Director.  The ideal candidate is an experienced individual with a strong coaching background who serves as the administrative link to USA Hockey, Minnesota Hockey and its Coaching Education Program (CEP). In this role, ACE Director/Hockey Operations Director assist the lead the association’s coaching staff development and training, promote parent education and provide clear goals and objectives for player skill development.

    The MWHA ACE Director/Hockey Operations Director is an individual who has a strong coaching background, hockey knowledge and commitment to the sport. This person must be able to communicate a long-term vision of these goals and objectives and be able “to sell” them to the association membership. As part of the communication skills needed, the ACE Director/Hockey Operations Director must be comfortable educating coaches, players, parents and association board members. Effective administrative skills are essential to ensure that the association coaches meet the CEP certification requirements. This person must have a strong inclination toward skill development of players in the association and exhibit a “love of the game.” Stipend Negotiable. Interested individuals please submit your hockey resume to

    Orono - Westonka Warriors - Girls Programs

    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.