With over 2,400 registered officials in the state, MHOA has been managing amateur hockey officials for over 25 years. In the coming months, we will be updating these pages to bring the latest information regarding officiating hockey in Minnesota.
For more information on how to become an official or if there are openings for officials (some areas have more officials than games) or to get answers to questions you may have relevant to rules and enforcement, please contact your local District Supervisor of Officials. Browse through the menu on the left to get to everything you'll need if you are a Referee, or want to be a Referee. The "Interested Referees" tab on the left is a great place to start!
MHOA will be using USA Hockey's On-Ice Game Reporting System.
Effective Immediately, any official calling the following penalties will need to fill out a game report within 24 hours of the penalty by following the instructions below or clicking on the On-Ice Game Report tab on the left side of this page.
Click the below link to access the reporting system. *You will need your USA Hockey Officials Number and your partners' numbers. (You will be able to search for their number if needed) *Please note that the game report will be titled "Incident Report" on the USA Hockey Webpage.
Please open the below PDF for detailed instructions and requirements for completing a game report.
Enrollment in 2013-2014 seminars will begin August 1, 2013! Click here to enroll.
Click the 'here' next to 'Seminar Catalog'. You will be asked to log into the website using your USA Hockey ID that you used when your registered.
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Help officials become the best they can be. Contributions will always be welcomed to this cause. Make any contibution you can and mail it to:
6608 Flag Ave.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
The Fund is growing and helping Minnesota officials needing financial support to be a better official.