The Skating Association of Maine (SAM) provides opportunities for skaters of all ages to participate in a wide range of ice skating programs in the State of Maine. Our goal is to encourage and promote participation and instruction for our members. SAM's Learn to Skate, figure skating and hockey programs are designed to provide members of all abilities equal opportunity in accordance with the rules and regulations of each sport’s National Governing Body (NGB) that support our core values of integrity, sportsmanship and fair play.
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The SAM Hockey Development Clinic will be held the following Sunday's from 2:45 - 4 pm at the Camden National Bank Ice Vault.
Players will focus on skating, stick handling, and shooting, therefore, players must be able to skate and have a basic foundational understanding of hockey. There may be controlled scrimmages where players will have the opportunity to put learned skills immediately into action.
The cost to participate is $100 - due at the July 12 session.
Maximum of 30 skaters between the ages of 7 - 9. Registration is accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.
Hockey Night In Maine (HNIM) game schedules are now available.
U10, U12, and U14 schedules can be viewed on the HNIM webpage.
Militia Hockey is excited to announce the opportunity to participate in Militia Hockey Camp - August 3-7, 2020.
Further information and registration can be found in the documents below. Space is limited and will be closed once registration is full for each age level. Militia camp is open to players from all organizations.
Group A - 05's, 06's and 07's
Group B - 08's, 09's, 10's, and 11's
Group C - 12's. 13's and 14's (Monday, Wednesday & Friday only)
Registrations can be mailed to:
Militia Hockey, PO Box 428, Hallowell, ME 04347
The USA Hockey Board of Directors has developed a Zero Tolerance Policy regarding the verbal abuse of officials and inappropriate spectator behavior. Verbal abuse of officials is the first step leading to physical abuse of officials. This Zero Tolerance Policy has been unanimously endorsed by the Youth, Junior, and Senior Councils, the District Referees-In-Chief, and the Coaching Education Program Directors for immediate implementation have unanimously endorsed this Zero Tolerance Policy. All SAM families and coaches received an email regarding zero tolerance for inappropriate behaviors. Should you have any further questions, please reach out to Derek Wing, Hockey Steering Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.