Billerica Hockey Association(BHA) is a non-profit youth hockey association open to all Billerica youths eighteen (18) and under.BHA is organized to provide youths with a recreational amateur hockey development program implemented through skill develop

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Welcome to Billerica Hockey Association's home on the Web. Here, you are able to get news, information, schedules, game results, directions and much much more. BHA has many hockey programs along with figure skating. Let us know what you think or any suggestions you may have. Check back frequently for new items and the latest information about BHA.

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Hallenborg Scholarship Mite Champs
"Congratulations" Billerica Mite 1 AAA for winning...
Peewee AA Gold Medal Champs, Lake Placid Tourney
LAKE PLACID CHAMPS Congratulations to the Billerica Peewee AA...
2017-2018 Coaches
Coaches for our 2017-2018 Mite 1- Mike Cataldo Mite 2-John...
Player Evaluation Schedule
Player Evaluation Schedule Hallenborg Rink, Billerica $50 Registration Fee...
Registration Now Open!
Registration is now open for our 2017-2018 Season!   We...
Mass Hockey:Information regarding 8U Games for 2017-18 Season
8U (MITE) GAMES 17-18 SEASON & BEYOND By Mass Hockey, 02/13/17,...
Peewee 1 Tourney In The Woods , Defending Champions 2016
Congratulations Peewee 1's for your 2nd straight Tournament...
Link to Snack Shack Schdule
  Thank you for volunteering your time to help the...
Tuition Raffle For 2017/2018 Season
     Tuition Raffle The Billerica Hockey...
Billerica Hockey Association welcomes Bertagna Goaltending
Hallenborg Scholarship Mite Champs


Billerica Mite 1 AAA

for winning the Billerica Hallenborg Scholarship

Mite Tournament.

It has been since 2011 without

winning this tournament and we are very proud

of each one of you for bringing home

the Championship to where it belongs.

Congratulations on such a Dynamic season as well.

Great coaching and Great Kids


by posted 03/25/2017
Peewee AA Gold Medal Champs, Lake Placid Tourney



Congratulations to the Billerica Peewee AA Team

for their hard work and dedication playing

in the Lake Placid tournament beating the

Midstate Selects Hockey team in the Gold Medal

match by a score of 5-1

Tremendous job by both Coaches and Players



by posted 03/23/2017
2017-2018 Coaches

Coaches for our 2017-2018

Mite 1- Mike Cataldo

Mite 2-John Higgins

Mite Development- Chris Sheridan

Squirt 1- Bobby O'Neill

Squirt 2- Open

Pee-Wee 1- Jim Harrington

Pee Wee 2- Ginette Giblin

Bantam 1- Ed Driscoll

Bantam 2- Dan Matarazzo

Midget 1- Sam Chiasson

Midget 2- Open


Please contact us at BillericaHockey@outlook. with any questions or to inquire about an open position.




by posted 03/06/2017
Player Evaluation Schedule

Player Evaluation Schedule

Hallenborg Rink, Billerica

$50 Registration Fee (non-refundable)


(Birth Years 2009-2012)


 (Birth Years 2007-2008)

Monday, March 27th @ 6:00 p.m.

Monday, March 27th  @ 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, March 29th @ 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday, March 29th  @ 7:00 p.m.


Thursday, March 30th  @ 6:00p.m.**

**(if Needed)

Pee Wee

 (Birth Years 2005-2006)


 (Birth Years 2003-2004)

Monday, March 27th  @ 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 28th  @ 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 28th  @ 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday, March 29th  @ 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 30th  @ 7:00p.m.**

**(if Needed)

Thursday, March 30th  @ 8:00p.m.**

**(if Needed)


Goalies tryout with their respective age group!

by posted 02/22/2017
Registration Now Open!

Registration is now open for our 2017-2018 Season!


We are accepting players for the following levels:

Mites (Birth years 2009-2012)

Squirts (Birth years 2007-2008)

Pee Wee (Birth years 2005-2006)

Bantams (Birth years 2003-2004)


Registration window is open through March 27th!


Tryouts will be held March 27th through March 30th!


For more information about our program, please visit our Program Information tab

or email us at


Midget Registration will be held in July!

by posted 02/22/2017
Mass Hockey:Information regarding 8U Games for 2017-18 Season


By Mass Hockey, 02/13/17, 1:15PM EST


For the past several years Massachusetts Hockey has requested and received an exemption from USA Hockey’s rule requiring use of age appropriate ice for 8U games. Each year the number of games has been reduced by direction of USA Hockey. It has become apparent that any further exemption request would be futile and if secured it would be basically meaningless.

Therefore, in accordance with USA Hockey guidelines for sanctioned play at the 8U (and younger) age group, Massachusetts Hockey will no longer sanction any game that is played using a full ice surface. The Board of Directors believes strongly that it is in the best interest of players to develop skills on an age-appropriate sized surface.

We are aware that some programs and leagues may choose to disregard the American Development Model requirements for 8U hockey in order to capitalize on possible member/parent demands. We consider that unwise and not in the best interests of our members. Mass Hockey will not sanction such play.
USA Hockey, of which Massachusetts Hockey is an Affiliate member, has issued guidelines pursuant to its authority under the Amateur Sports Act (36 U.S.C. s. 220501 et seq.) regarding non-sanctioned play. Those guidelines are available in the 2016-17 USA Hockey Annual Guide (available online at on pages 41-44. It is expected that any and all programs registered with USA/Massachusetts Hockey will abide by these regulations.

Having said that, Mass Hockey cannot prevent a member organization or member from participating in non-sanctioned events provided certain requirements are met. USA/Mass Hockey registered teams playing in a non-sanctioned event or game must be part of a separate organization that is sufficiently distinct from the Mass Hockey sanctioned program. The non-sanctioned organization or team(s) should have a separate board of directors, the team cannot wear the same uniforms or have the same team names and all the rink or vendor contracts relating to the non-sanctioned team or activities must be in the name of the separate organization rather than the Mass Hockey member organization or team. 

It is important that such distinctions be maintained for liability, governance and public perception reasons. A member of Mass Hockey may not simply send its Mite teams off to participate in unsanctioned play and expect that its other level teams remain members in good standing with Mass Hockey. Parents and individual members should be aware that important questions of insurance, discipline, officiating and the like are affected by not following Mass Hockey’s rules and participating in non-sanctioned play. It is important that you keep this in mind as Mass Hockey will take action against a program/member if it finds it/they are violating our rules and regulations.

A great majority of the hockey community in Massachusetts and around the country has enthusiastically endorsed age-appropriate sized playing surfaces. It is the future of development. Mass Hockey has committed to following this model. Most of our leagues in the state have committed to offering cross-ice/age-appropriate game solutions that will fit within the rules and regulations and not jeopardize their programs. We hope you will join us in the effort for the long range benefit of our members. It is our hope to provide a program for older 8U players transitioning to 10U full ice play next season.


by posted 02/22/2017
Peewee 1 Tourney In The Woods , Defending Champions 2016


Peewee 1's

for your 2nd straight

Tournament In The Woods

Championship !!!!

by posted 01/03/2017
Link to Snack Shack Schdule


Thank you for volunteering your time to help the BHA!


Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on


Any questions, email Tony Medeiros at

by posted 11/15/2016
Tuition Raffle For 2017/2018 Season

Tuition Raffle



 Tuition Raffle

The Billerica Hockey Association will be raffling off a chance

to win tuition for the 2017/2018 season.

The drawing will be held at the end of season party .

There is no cash option and is only good for kids who will be playing in the

Billerica program for the 2017/2018 season.

Tickets are $20.00 each

Please contact Antonio Medeiros for tickets


by posted 11/12/2016
Billerica Hockey Association welcomes Bertagna Goaltending



About Joe Bertagna


Widely considered one of the most influential goalie coaches in North America, Joe Bertagna celebrates 43 years of coaching in 2016.

  Joe began directing summer goalie schools in 1974 and continues this summer at seven different rinks.

He is also active in-season with small-group instruction, holiday clinics, and providing services for various youth programs in New England.

His writings and DVDs have helped thousands of goalies and their families.

The Boston Bruins’ goalie coach for seven seasons, Joe also served in that capacity with Team USA in the 1991 Canada Cup

and 1994 Olympic Games in Norway.

The first head coach of Harvard University’s women’s ice hockey program, Joe is also involved with hockey clinics aimed at adult women players.

His spring clinic for adult women takes place at The Edge in Bedford for ten Monday nights beginning April 18.

Joe has served amateur hockey in a number of roles,

most notably in his regular jobs as the Commissioner of the Hockey East men’s and women’s Division I college hockey conferences and as the Executive Director of the American Hockey Coaches Association. Joe represents college hockey on USA Hockey’s Board of Directors.

With so many choices .... why Joe?

  • 43 years directing summer schools
  • Experience from the NHL to youth hockey
  • A staff made up of teachers who have played the game and collegians and professionals who are still playing the game
  • An emphasis on teaching what it means to "know how to play goal;" not just a repetition of mechanics
  • A school that hasn't forgotten that playing games should be fun
  • A place for the beginner and the veteran with instruction molded to where you are right now
  • A curriculum that covers mental and physical skills, strategies, and how "the person" affects the "the goalie"






Joe Bertagna believes in emphasizing the mental aspects of playing goal, while covering all fundamentals on the ice as well. While the game has changed over the years, the importance of positioning and rebound control remain the building blocks of the position. Goalies will receive age appropriate instruction from New England’s best staff.

“Positioning and anticipating are the keys to good goaltending. Knowing ‘how to play goal’ is as important as physical skills.

“We embrace the observations of the great Jacques Plante, who said, ‘Goaltending is 50% talent, 25% positioning, and 25% concentration.’”


by posted 08/15/2016
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