Midland Civic Arena… Hockey
Host of multiple national, regional, state and local events in hockey, figure skating and speed skating.
The Midland Civic Arena is a great place to play hockey. Not only do we offer a wide variety of options, but also a clean arena with large locker rooms equipped with their own individual shower area. If equipment is what you're looking for, the Pro Shop will satisfy all of your hockey needs.
The MCA has been host to multiple Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) State Tournaments, Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) Regional Tournaments, and we are the site of three International Silver Stick Tournaments.
Youth Hockey – The MCA is home to the Midland Amateur Hockey League (MAHL). The MAHL offers youth hockey programs for House and Travel players ranging from 3 - 18 years old. The MAHL’s purpose is to promote the game of hockey and present a positive role model for our community’s youth. They provide an equal opportunity for Midland’s young people to learn the game, share in the enjoyment of playing, and, in doing so, learn the value and importance of teamwork, exemplifying sportsmanship and fellowship.
High School Hockey – The MCA is home to Midland High School, H. H. Dow High School, Swan Valley/ Hemlock /Bullock Creek/Meridian High Schools. Come check out a game as these teams battle it out for their respective league titles.
College Hockey – Northwood University takes on all challengers at the Midland Civic Arena! Come out and see some exciting action as they look to capture the MCHC and ACHA championships.
Adult Hockey – The Midland Civic Arena is growing in options for players of all ages and skill levels. We offer adult leagues with different levels of skill, and learn to play programs. We currently have 34 teams in our program, spread out between four divisions, including a BEGINNER division. Want to play in the league but don’t have a team? Call (989) 837-5780 or email@example.com to get your name on the free agent list. Check out the Adult Hockey tab on the left for programming information.