The Memorial Sports Center Mission is to provide an affordable athletic, recreational and fundraising facility to Middlebury and surrounding areas. The Sports Center operates on a year-round basis, focusing on providing the community a facility to host seasonal athletic programs for all ages that promote character, community building and fundraising activities.

Ice making 2016

The MSC/FOMH is looking for volunteers to help paint the ice at Memorial Sports Center.

1)   October 3rd, Monday Night, 5:30 to 8:00PM.  (will have drinks & Pizza) *Paint Ice White.

2)   October 5th, Wednesday Night, 5:30 to 8:00PM.  (will have drinks & Pizza) *Paint Lines, NEED MORE people on this night.

Please RSVP to
Bill Ford

Summer Box Lacrosse

Summer Box Lacrosse
at Memorial Sports Center
In Middlebury
Come play indoors this summer and see how Box can take your game to a new level

All area high school age players welcome

  5:15-6:45 Wednesdays- 6/22, 7/13, 7/27, 8/10, 8/24, 9/14
$10 per session or $50 for all and a custom pinnie

tjhodsonvt@gmail,com for questions or info 


Donation from Shaw's Supermarkets

Friends of Middlebury Hockey and MAHA receive a donation of $1500 from the Middlebury, Vergennes and Bristol Shaw's Supermarkets.

Sled Hockey State Tournament Action

Schedule Change

Please note the Sunday 2/28 10:00am Stick and Puck session
has been canceled. Sorry for any inconvenience.

VSAHA Inaugural Sled Hockey State Championship Tournament

For Immediate Release: February 23, 2016

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The Vermont State Amateur Hockey Association (VSAHA) is pleased to announce the inaugural sled hockey state championship tournament to be held at the Memorial Sports Center in Middlebury this Saturday and Sunday.  The Central Vermont Pioneers, the Vermont Sled Cats and the Twin-State Ice Vets will tangle for state bragging rights in the two-day, VSAHA-sanctioned tournament.  The Middlebury Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA), the Friends of Middlebury Hockey (FOMH), and the Town of Middlebury serve as this year's hosts.

Sled hockey is the adapted version of stand-up ice hockey. Persons who play sled hockey generally have some of form of physical impairment which otherwise would prohibit the individual from competing in stand-up hockey.  Since its creation in the early 1960s by Swedish war veterans who wished to continue playing competitive ice hockey, sled hockey has grown into an international phenomenon.  The United States first competed in the Winter Paralympics in 1998, and has since medaled four times, including three gold performances.  While nearly one dozen countries sponsor a respective national team, the growth of sled hockey relies heavily on the successes and publicity of local programs.

New addition to the MSC

Coming soon to the MSC!

Schedule change

Please note the Friday Intro to Hockey Session for Friday January 15, has been rescheduled. Sorry for any inconvenience.

14th Annual Frank Nisun Day Celebration

Join us at Two Brothers Tavern for one of the most special days of they year on Saturday, January 9th for the 14th annual Frank Nisun Day Celebration! This Addison County Holiday celebrates our friends, family, neighbors and community and is hosted by our dear friend, Frank Nisun, who epitomizes all the reasons we call this beautiful region home!

10% of total sales from the event will go to benefit The Middlebury Ski Club and Friends of Middlebury Hockey!

Join us for some great comraderie, laughter, complimentary food and the live music of one of Addison County's favorite's - Ten Rod Road! This is one day you don't want to miss!

Ripton School Skate

Hard day at the rink

Ripton School Skate

Hard day at the rink


High School Holiday Tournament

All 12/29/15 games canceled due to Weather.

Tournament starts 12/30 follow link to High School Schedule.


Due to MUHS tournament schedule change, no 1:00 public skating or 2:45 stick& puck on 12/31

8PM New Year's Free Skate has not changed

MUHS Alumni Games

Adult Goalie Clinic

Middlebury has been short of goalies lately, but there are people who've recently begun to play in goal or are wanting to play. To help folks along, we're taking advantage of an opportunity to offer a FREE goalie clinic. 

Friday nights Dec. 4 and 11
7:45-9:00 pm
Sharing ice with the "Adult Co-ed Intro to Hockey" program
Instructed by Max Longchamp, MUHS goalie 2009-12

Organized by Bill Biederman (Two Valley Moose) & Tracy Longchamp (Thurs. Coed)

Please click this Doodle Poll link to let us know if you're able to participate.

Try Hockey for Free Day

The event was a great success with over 20 kids coming out for the time on the ice with the MAHA coaches!



Event: Nov 7, 2015, 9:15 AM to 10:30 AM

Middlebury Amateur Hockey Association will have a "Try Hockey for Free Day" on Saturday, November 7th from 9:15am - 10:30am at the Memorial Sports Center.

Geared towards 4-12 year-olds, this is a great way to introduce kids to the game of hockey. Kids will need skates, helmet (a bike helmet will do), and gloves or mittens. Knee pads and elbow pads would be an added bonus, but are not required. We will have some equipment available at the rink.

Skaters will receive a free USA Hockey jersey that they can take home with them while supplies last.

Registration is required for insurance purposes. To pre-register, go to or you can register in person.

If you have any questions feel free to contact Steve Holmes via e-mail at

We can't wait to see you!

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