COACH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PEE WEE AND BANTAM C HOCKEY

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "COACH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PEE WEE AND BANTAM C HOCKEY"

Transcription

1 COACH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PEE WEE AND BANTAM C HOCKEY

2 COACH MENTORSHIP This booklet is to provide valuable information for a successful minor hockey season. It is for you as a coach to review, utilize, and share with your coaching staff. The drills contained are a guideline which can be modified, or changed as you see fit for your team. They will enhance your teams understanding of hockey and how to play the game. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this manual please do not hesitate to contact Craig Sherbaty. This is to be used in conjunction with the Hockey Canada Nike Skills Manual. TEAM POLICIES General Common sense, respect and responsibility are to be demonstrated to all coaches, teammates, parents oppositions, referees, by all coaches, players and parents of our minor hockey association. No profanity directed at parents, opposition, referees, or coaches will be tolerated. The coaches will be available to the parents/ players for interactions prior to games unless an appointment has been previously arranged. Parents are requested not to confront coaches directly before, during, or after games. To respect the 24 hour rule regarding issues that may arise. Games Players and parents are to arrive at games at the time set at the beginning of the year. Coaches must make consideration for travel time, and location of games. Players must be fully dressed and ready to go 15 minutes prior to game time. Dress code will be agreed upon during the initial parent/coach meeting and must be followed. Players must bring there own water bottles. Supervision of players in the dressing room at all times. Dressing rooms are to be tidied after the game (garbage in the garbage). Practices Players are to try and arrive at the rink 30 minutes prior to the start time. Players must be fully dressed 15 minutes prior to the start time. All players must wear full safety gear with neck guards. Dressing rooms are to be tidied after use (garbage in the garbage). All safety equipment must remain on at all times.

3 Off Ice Activities Any time you can get your team off ice is a great opportunity for team building. This must be ratified at the first meeting of the season and agreed upon. In addition you will need a special events form. All players are to attend off-ice functions unless prior arrangements have been made. These should be fun, fun, fun. Work fundamentals like passing shooting puck control, game concepts and team work. Dry land Having players work on specific needs is important. That said consult a professional. There are many safety factors that must be considered. Doing it on your own can lead to inappropriate training and can actually work against what you are trying to achieve. Absences All parents and players must inform the coaches / managers of absences as soon as possible. No Shows are not acceptable and are to be disciplined. All ice times are mandatory. Notify your coaches immediately of any medical concerns or injuries. Doctor s notes are mandatory for all absences that required medical attention. DISCIPLINE POLICIES THE FOLLOWING DISCIPLINE POLICIES HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED BY THE ASSOCIATION AND CAN BE ENFORCED BY THE COACHING STAFF. First infraction- a verbal warning from the team staff Second infraction- miss 5 minutes of ice time on next game attended. Third infraction- miss one period of ice time on next game attended, as well as notify the executive. Fourth infraction- meeting with executive to discuss further discipline. Situations that will be considered breaches of the team policies or code of conduct are the rules that are outlined in the team policies and the team rules as set at the beginning of the year. To be specific these are: Missing a team function without notice. Being late for games or practices. No show without communication. Parent/ player misconduct.

4 On- ice misconduct of players: The age that these players are must be a consideration when coaching and making decisions of discipline. The following are guidelines: Unsportsmanlike play- misses one rotation of shift, explain the infraction and give suggestion for improvement. Fighting- miss 5 minutes of ice, explain the infraction and give direction for improvement. Overaggressive play or body checking- one rotation of shifts and give direction for improvement. With all discipline respect responsibility and an understanding of consideration must be used under all circumstances. COMMUNICATE WITH THE PARENTS. Contact your executive if you have questions or concerns. COACHING PEE WEE AND BANTAM C The main goal is to make the impression of hockey a good one! When players get started on a positive note they automatically enjoy the game more and usually go on to have fun playing hockey for many years. Understand that players play hockey because it is fun, mom or dad plays, sibling plays. We need to continue to develop fundamental skills, incorporate players into positions, understanding of playing in a system, and the love of the game at this level. BC Hockey Coaching Certification You are required to obtain your hybrid coach level for C level. You are required to obtain the Developmental 1 level for Rep level..you register on-line at You are also required to obtain the Respect in Sport on-line course. Please contact the risk manager if you have questions. Players are to receive equal opportunity to learn and play. Utilize all your resources. This includes associate coaches, coach mentoring and hockey specific drill and tactic books. This will enhance your ability to produce a well structured season plan which will ultimately benefit the development of all players. If you have any questions or for assistance contact me directly.

5 PRACTICE STRUCTURE Practices should always be planned with the Hockey Canada Skills Pyramid in mind. Understand that players of this level will develop quicker with easy step by step instruction with continuous revisiting of the fundamental technical skills and introduce individual tactics. Technical skills should contain 50% of your practices with the remaining 50% being individual and team tactics, and team play/ strategies. And always remember fun. Some of the best practices involved keeping the kids active! Utilize stations to maximize ice times and teach multiple skills and concepts. These also allow for more one-on-one time with coaches and more repetitions of the skills. In order to save ice time consider showing the drills to the players prior to the ice sessions. The usage of different objects on the ice to use as teaching tools is encouraged. For example tennis balls for stick handling, markers or spray paint if allowed by your local arena assists the player to understand your directions and adds the element of interest. Communication to players from coaching staff should be consistent and easy to understand for the players you are coaching. Feedback should be immediate and positive. Providing this for your players allows for error correction which is immediate. TEACHING SKILLS IS AS EASY AS : 1. Explain the skill: Have a name for the skills and describe it to the players. Explain why it is important and when and how to use it in a game. Highlight the key execution points. 2. Show how it is done: Make sure that players are situated where they can have a clear view of the demonstration. Show it correctly again stating the key points, and then show one or two of the most common mistakes that are made. 3. Allow ample time to practice the skill: Get the players to practice right away, repeating and correcting as you go. Utilize your assistant coaches by giving them specific areas to watch and correct. 4. Give feedback as to how they are doing. Make mental notes as to when you would like to revisit at a later practice.

6 CHECKLIST FOR PRACTICES: There is a complete list of things to consider for a practice. They are in the front of every Nike Skills Manual. I have listed the most important. Did you set goals for the practice? Did you keep all players active including goalies? Are your drills suitable for the age group? Do you inform and utilize your assistant coaches? Do you emphasize fun? Did I take advantage of the coaching moment? This is the time you have with your players. SAFETY CONCERNS Some things to keep in consideration are you must have an Emergency Action Plan. Please see the example in your Nike Skills Manual. It is important to always think of the safety of all your players and personnel. There are some very important steps that can be taken to ensure safe play and practice. No horse play in and around the dressing room. Players are to be seated after skates are put on. Full safety equipment is to be worn at all times on the ice. Direct one coach to be in charge of the dressing room to ensure safety. Inspect and report any and all safety concerns with rink or ice conditions immediately. FAIR PLAY CODE FOR PLAYERS AND COACHES Coaches are to enforce and review the Fair Play Code which is located in your Nike skills manual and understand the concept of Fair play as set out in those guidelines. The player development of each player within our association will depend on our coaches coaching under these guidelines. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Every experienced coach will tell you there are no secrets in hockey. We want to create a network of information getting to and from our coaches. To initiate this program you will be expected to the coach coordinator / head coach with questions or comments. We will be hosting coach s events in season which are mandatory for you to attend. This will be an opportunity to share ideas, have some presentations and answer any questions you may have regarding your season.

7 TABLE OF CONTENTS The following are systems and plays that are designed to assist each team in promoting team success. It is a resource tool for you. You may distribute this information to your team in a hand book. The plays are simple and easy to instruct. I encourage you to modify as needed and utilize as you see fit for your team If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call me directly. 1) Bench Management Strategies. 2) Warm up drills. 3) Flow drills. 4) Checking. 5) Odd man situations. 6) Break out options; Up, Over, Reverse, and Wheel. 7) Attack options; Delay, Triangle, and I Up. 8) Fore checking options; 2-1-2, ) Face-off options; Offensive, Defensive, and Neutral. 10) Power play setup and breakout. 11) Shorthanded setup and fore-check. 12) Defensive zone coverage in new hockey and rotation. 13) Small Area Games.

Why use Cross-ice or Small-area games in practice?

Why use Cross-ice or Small-area games in practice? Why use Cross-ice or Small-area games in practice? It should not have escaped anyone s attention that over the past 10-15 years, Europeans have come to dominate the game of ice hockey at every level. How

More information

Effective Practice Planning. Scott Gailfus Monday November 18, 2013

Effective Practice Planning. Scott Gailfus Monday November 18, 2013 Effective Practice Planning Scott Gailfus scott.gailfus@baytex.ab.ca 403-860-5316 Monday November 18, 2013 Why is Practice so Important? Calgary Hockey Development Before you come to the Rink First Aid

More information

DEVELOPMENTFORFUN,DEVELOPMENTFOREXCELENCE

DEVELOPMENTFORFUN,DEVELOPMENTFOREXCELENCE DEVELOPMENTFORFUN,DEVELOPMENTFOREXCELENCE Hockey Manitoba has adopted a new structure for the Imitation Program which will be implemented for all players at the 6-and-under age category in all Minor

More information

Creating Offence Coach Resource Guide

Creating Offence Coach Resource Guide Creating Offence Coach Resource Guide 2005, Hockey Canada 1 of 14 Introduction and Acknowledgements Dear Coach, Specialty coach clinics are a national initiative of the Hockey Canada s National Coach Mentorship

More information

CIHA Bluejackets Tryout Policies & Procedures AND Team Selection Process. CambridgeIsantiHockey.org. Contacts:

CIHA Bluejackets Tryout Policies & Procedures AND Team Selection Process. CambridgeIsantiHockey.org. Contacts: CIHA Bluejackets 2018-19 Tryout Policies & Procedures AND Team Selection Process CambridgeIsantiHockey.org Contacts: Jeremie Reinhart, CIHA President 612-309-2431 Brad Boughton, ACE Coordinator 651-295-5110

More information

Hockey Canada Officiating Program

Hockey Canada Officiating Program 2009 Level IV-V Exam (Supplemental) (October 31, 2009) Directions 1. This exam consists of 50 questions. 2. Print your name and your branch on the front of the booklet. 3. You will be given ninety minutes

More information

DEVELOPMENTFORFUN,DEVELOPMENTFOREXCELENCE

DEVELOPMENTFORFUN,DEVELOPMENTFOREXCELENCE DEVELOPMENTFORFUN,DEVELOPMENTFOREXCELENCE This season Hockey Manitoba has adopted a new structure for the Imitation Program which will be implemented for all players at the 6-and-under age category in

More information

JUNIOR CRUSADERS HOCKEY

JUNIOR CRUSADERS HOCKEY JUNIOR CRUSADERS HOCKEY GENERAL POSITIONING GUIDE PEE WEE 4 PURPLE In no other sport does a player go from playing defense to offense or offense to defense quicker than hockey In any given shift this may

More information

AGES 14 AND UNDER. Small Area Games LESSON WORKBOOK ROGER GRILLO

AGES 14 AND UNDER. Small Area Games LESSON WORKBOOK ROGER GRILLO AGES 14 AND UNDER LESSON WORKBOOK ROGER GRILLO 2 The players are the ones that need to learn to play the game, learn to be in the right place at the right time. When we have the players practice skills

More information

Hockey Canada Development Programs. Skill Development. Challenge Learn Improve

Hockey Canada Development Programs. Skill Development. Challenge Learn Improve Hockey Canada Development Programs Skill Development Challenge Learn Improve 2018 19 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 INTRODUCTION 4 MESSAGES Lead, Develop and Promote Positive Hockey Experiences Tom Renney 4 Skills

More information

Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence

Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Hockey Canada Long Term Player Development Plan Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Novice Fundamentals 2 FUNdamental Hockey Skills 2 Male and Female 7-8 - Novice Program Objective During this period

More information

Metcalfe & District Hockey Association Peewee Evaluation Process

Metcalfe & District Hockey Association Peewee Evaluation Process Metcalfe & District Hockey Association Peewee Evaluation Process 2014-2015 Prepared by: MDHA Executive 2014-09-02 Peewee Evaluation Process 2014 2015 Introduction In preparation for the Metcalfe & District

More information

Table of Contents Atom Transitional Plan ( Season)

Table of Contents Atom Transitional Plan ( Season) Table of Contents Atom Transitional Plan (2017-2018 Season) 1. Purpose and Goal of the Atom Transitional Plan 2. Transition and Training Plan 3. Practice Plans 4. Controlled Scrimmages Information and

More information

COLD LAKE MINOR HOCKEY COACH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM INITIATION TO ATOM COACH MANUAL

COLD LAKE MINOR HOCKEY COACH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM INITIATION TO ATOM COACH MANUAL COLD LAKE MINOR HOCKEY COACH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM INITIATION TO ATOM COACH MANUAL Table of Contents 1. PRACTICE PHILOSOPHY 2 2. PRACTICE TIPS 3 3. SKILL DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES 4 4. PRACTICE PLANNING 5 5.

More information

Novice Hockey (Novice 1 & 2) Half-ice Guidelines

Novice Hockey (Novice 1 & 2) Half-ice Guidelines Rationale: Novice Hockey (Novice 1 & 2) Half-ice Guidelines To build on the changes brought in at the Initiation Program level with regards to the sizing of ice space, equipment and other areas for the

More information

Parent Information Handbook

Parent Information Handbook Parent Information Handbook Hockey 1-2 (Tyke) Hockey 3-4 (Novice) Recreation Hockey Division (Atom C, Pee Wee C, Bantam C, Midget C) Welcome to Vancouver Minor Hockey! We are hoping that everyone is ready

More information

Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence

Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Hockey Canada Long Term Player Development Plan Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Peewee Learn to Train Learn to Train Male 11-12 and Female 10-11 Peewee Program Objective This is the most significant

More information

Flames Program Do Not Take Shortcuts On The Kids, They Are The Foundation Of Our Association.Fan, May 2003

Flames Program Do Not Take Shortcuts On The Kids, They Are The Foundation Of Our Association.Fan, May 2003 Flames Program Philosophy The timbits Flames Program encourages an environment in which children can learn the basic skills without the distractions that are often associated with an over emphasis on

More information

Hockey Canada Officiating Program

Hockey Canada Officiating Program 2010 Level IV/V Examination Directions 1. This exam consists of 50 questions. 2. Print your name and your branch on the front of the booklet. 3. You will be given ninety minutes to complete this examination.

More information

Officiating Program. Off-Ice Officials Reference Guide

Officiating Program. Off-Ice Officials Reference Guide Hockey Canada Officiating Program Off-Ice Officials Reference Guide Table of Contents Introduction...ii Responsibilities of the Off Ice Officials... 1 General... 1 Responsibilities of the Official Scorer...

More information

Planning and Executing an Effective Practice

Planning and Executing an Effective Practice Planning and Executing an Effective Practice - Presenter Mike Sullivan 1 Planning and Executing an Effective Practice Planning is an essential part of any successful activity. Coaching is no exception,

More information

Novice Development League Operations Manual

Novice Development League Operations Manual NDL 1 Novice Development League Operations Manual 2010-2011 Season Contents Hockey Calgary... 3 NDL Overview... 3 Philosophy... 3 Program Goals and Objectives... 4 Player Development... 5 Interesting facts

More information

PERINTON YOUTH HOCKEY

PERINTON YOUTH HOCKEY PERINTON YOUTH HOCKEY Player & Coaching Development Program 2003 2004 Player & Coaching Development Program Mission Statement The primary goal of the PYH Player and Coaching Development Program for the

More information

Hockey Edmonton TIMBITS Program

Hockey Edmonton TIMBITS Program Hockey Edmonton TIMBITS Program 2016-17 AGENDA Welcome & Session Goals The Initiation Program LTPD - FUNdamentals HE Developmental Groupings HE Skill Develop Sessions ProSmart Small Area Game Sessions

More information

NEZ Initiation Program Handbook

NEZ Initiation Program Handbook NEZ Initiation Program Handbook 2014 2015 Table of Contents 1) North East Zone Sports Council 2) Hockey Administration 3) Registration Process Information 4) Hockey Program Information 5) Initiation Hockey

More information

Novice (7-8) Half-Ice Guidelines TABLE OF CONTENTS

Novice (7-8) Half-Ice Guidelines TABLE OF CONTENTS Novice (7-8) Half-Ice Guidelines 2018-2019 2 Novice (7-8) Half-Ice Guidelines TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction... 3 Rationale... 3 Scheduling... 4 Practices... 4 Roster size... 4 Equipment & set up... 4

More information

QDMHA Policy Manual. Part B. General Rules All Teams and Divisions

QDMHA Policy Manual. Part B. General Rules All Teams and Divisions QDMHA Policy Manual Part B General Rules All Teams and Divisions Contents 1) General Duties Coaches 2) General Duties - Rep Team Managers / House Team Parent 3) Duties Players 4) Duties Parents 5) Equipment

More information

Female Development Model Introduction to Hockey

Female Development Model Introduction to Hockey Female Development Model Introduction to Hockey The OWHA Female Development Model was introduced this season and we will continue to provide information as the program is updated. Please note that the

More information

OMHA DEVELOPMENT SERIES. Drill Book UPDATED JUNE OMHA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS HANDBOOK 1

OMHA DEVELOPMENT SERIES. Drill Book UPDATED JUNE OMHA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS HANDBOOK 1 OMHA DEVELOPMENT SERIES Drill Book UPDATED JUNE 2008 2 1 1 3 3 D2 D D D1 4 1 1 2 4 2 1 2 1 2008-2009 OMHA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS HANDBOOK 1 2008-2009 OMHA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS HANDBOOK 2 ONTARIO MINOR HOCKEY

More information

Cross-Ice Hockey Officiating Manual

Cross-Ice Hockey Officiating Manual Cross-Ice Hockey Officiating Manual Updated July 27, 2017 INTRODUCTION Inspired by a commitment to ensure that the foundation of a hockey player s experience is rewarding, BC Hockey has mandated that cross-ice

More information

AGES 16 / 18 AND UNDER. Small Area Games LESSON WORKBOOK ROGER GRILLO

AGES 16 / 18 AND UNDER. Small Area Games LESSON WORKBOOK ROGER GRILLO AGES 16 / 18 AND UNDER LESSON WORKBOOK ROGER GRILLO 2 The players are the ones that need to learn to play the game, learn to be in the right place at the right time. When we have the players practice skills

More information

Red, White & Blue Hockey!

Red, White & Blue Hockey! Red, White & Blue Hockey! The Advantages of Cross-Ice Practicing and Playing The USA Hockey Red, White, and Blue Puck program is based on a model of practicing and playing hockey across the ice surface

More information

U9 MINOR NOVICE GUIDE TO SUCCESS For Coaches

U9 MINOR NOVICE GUIDE TO SUCCESS For Coaches U9 MINOR NOVICE GUIDE TO SUCCESS For Coaches GENERAL OBJECTIVES To develop fundamental Ringette skills in a fun, participation-based environment To continue to develop physical and motor capacities To

More information

Hockey Canada Officiating Program 2007 / 2008 Level IV V Examination

Hockey Canada Officiating Program 2007 / 2008 Level IV V Examination Hockey Canada Officiating Program 2007 / 2008 Level IV V Examination Alberta Version Directions: 1. This Examination consists of fifty (50) questions. 2. Print your name and level on the answer sheet provided.

More information

CURRICULUM. *Adjustment to student groups may be made following the first on-ice evaluations.

CURRICULUM. *Adjustment to student groups may be made following the first on-ice evaluations. Liberty University Christian Hockey School (LUCHS) is run by Liberty s American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) DI coaches and is held at the LaHaye Ice Center in Lynchburg, Va. LUCHS provides the

More information

KEY ELEMENTS: ORGANIZATION:

KEY ELEMENTS: ORGANIZATION: Practice Plan - 10 and Under 1 1) Edge Control DRILL OBJECTIVE: Have players divide in 6 lines. 10 min. KEY ELEMENTS: ORGANIZATION: Edge Control -Inside Edges Forward (2x) -Outside Edges Forward w/out

More information

AGES 10 AND UNDER. Small Area Games LESSON WORKBOOK. roger grillo

AGES 10 AND UNDER. Small Area Games LESSON WORKBOOK. roger grillo AGES 10 AND UNDER LESSON WORKBOOK roger grillo 2 The players are the ones that need to learn to play the game, learn to be in the right place at the right time. When we have the players practice skills

More information

Ice Hockey Rules Non-Contact

Ice Hockey Rules Non-Contact Ice Hockey Rules Non-Contact The Co-ed Residence Hockey League requires each team to have at least one female dressed for each game who is included in the rotation of lines that go onto the ice. Rule 1

More information

Summary of Important Rules

Summary of Important Rules Summary of Important Rules 1) All players must wear the DHA issued hockey socks. No exceptions. 2) DHA teams MUST use the game jerseys issued by DHA in all games. 3) Fair play for all players applies at

More information

IN-HOUSE COACH S MANUAL

IN-HOUSE COACH S MANUAL IN-HOUSE COACH S MANUAL Spring 2014 NAME: TEAM: IN-HOUSE COACH S COMMITMENT FORM I will play all players equally throughout the game, even in playoffs. I will not condone unsportsmanlike conduct. I understand

More information

SECTION 10 SECTION 10. Quizzes QUIZZES

SECTION 10 SECTION 10. Quizzes QUIZZES Quizzes Page 1 June 2009 An Understanding of the IIHF Official s Development Program - Officiating Procedures Manual Upon completion of these quizzes, you will have a better understanding of: How you stuffy

More information

OPEN BOOK PLAYING RULES EXAMINATION

OPEN BOOK PLAYING RULES EXAMINATION USA Hockey Officiating Education Program 2016-17 OPEN BOOK PLAYING RULES EXAMINATION NOTE: Please DO NOT return this booklet with your completed answer sheet. Keep for your reference as a complete listing

More information

Coaches Orientation. South Calgary Ringette Association September 30, 2016

Coaches Orientation. South Calgary Ringette Association September 30, 2016 2016-2017 Coaches Orientation South Calgary Ringette Association September 30, 2016 1 1 Agenda } Welcome and Introductions } General info } Pre-Season } The Season } Q&A/Roundtable/Contact Info 2 General

More information

Metcalfe & District Minor Hockey Association Atom Evaluation Process 2013

Metcalfe & District Minor Hockey Association Atom Evaluation Process 2013 Atom Evaluation Process 2013 Prepared by: MDHA Executive Sept 5th, 2013 Introduction In preparation for the Metcalfe & District Hockey Association (MDHA) hockey season, the Evaluation Process will be held

More information

Novice Hockey Half-ice Guidelines

Novice Hockey Half-ice Guidelines Novice Hockey Half-ice Guidelines Rationale: To build on the changes brought in at the Initiation Program level with regards to the sizing of ice space, equipment and other areas for the youth hockey development

More information

Winnipeg Jets AA Showdown presented in partnership with St. James-Assiniboia Minor Hockey Association Rules, Policies, and Procedures

Winnipeg Jets AA Showdown presented in partnership with St. James-Assiniboia Minor Hockey Association Rules, Policies, and Procedures Winnipeg Jets AA Showdown presented in partnership with St. James-Assiniboia Minor Hockey Association Rules, Policies, and Procedures January 3, 2019 January 6, 2019 General Guidelines The Winnipeg Jets

More information

10-AND-UNDER (SQUIRT) SKILL PROGRESSIONS

10-AND-UNDER (SQUIRT) SKILL PROGRESSIONS 2 The following statement emphasizing the importance of skill progressions has been developed by USA Hockey s Coaching Program and Curriculum Advisory Group: We believe that all players and coaches who

More information

Rules, Policies, and Procedures

Rules, Policies, and Procedures Winnipeg Jets Challenge Cup presented by SUBWAY Rules, Policies, and Procedures December 23, 2017 January 5, 2018 General Guidelines The Winnipeg Jets Challenge Cup will use the Official Hockey Canada

More information

Operations Guide Revised June 2017

Operations Guide Revised June 2017 Operations Guide Contents ABOUT HOCKEY CALGARY...3 Our Mission...3 HOCKEY CALGARY COMMUNICATION PROCESS...3 PHILOSOPHY...4 HOUSE LEAGUE OVERVIEW...4 REGISTRATION...4 Qualifications...4 FUNDRAISING, CASH

More information

Hockey Canada Long Term Player Development Plan. Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence

Hockey Canada Long Term Player Development Plan. Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Hockey Canada Long Term Player Development Plan Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence FUNdamental Hockey Skills 2 Male and Female 7-8 - Novice Program Objective During this period players continue to

More information

CARLETON INTRAMURAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FALL/WINTER RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. RULES

CARLETON INTRAMURAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FALL/WINTER RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. RULES CARLETON INTRAMURAL HOCKEY LEAGUE 2010-11 FALL/WINTER RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. RULES CAHA rules will apply in addition to the following CAHL League rules. CARHA high sticking rule in affect (except for

More information

TACTICAL. Offensive Positional Play. The USA Hockey Coaching Education Program is presented by REVISED 6/15

TACTICAL. Offensive Positional Play. The USA Hockey Coaching Education Program is presented by REVISED 6/15 TATIAL Offensive Positional Play The USA Hockey oaching Education Program is presented by REVISED 6/15 OBJETIVES To describe the potential responsiblities of players To describe both offensive side of

More information

Kelowna Heat Blast Spring Hockey Tournament 2018 Tournament Rules

Kelowna Heat Blast Spring Hockey Tournament 2018 Tournament Rules VERY IMPORTANT! The Kelowna Heat Blast Tournament is not sanctioned by the Canadian Hockey Association or USA Hockey. Each team is responsible for providing their own insurance for the Tournament. Proof

More information

OPEN BOOK PLAYING RULES EXAMINATION

OPEN BOOK PLAYING RULES EXAMINATION USA Hockey 2013-14 OPEN BOOK PLAYING RULES EXAMINATION OFFICIATING EDUCATION PROGRAM NOTE: Please DO NOT return this booklet with your completed answer sheet. Keep for your reference as a complete listing

More information

Hockey New Brunswick

Hockey New Brunswick FAIR PLAY This document is being prepared to alleviate some of the problems and concerns that are currently occurring within. This Fair Play rule will apply to Competitive AA and below. With the implementation

More information

Red Circle Hockey Club

Red Circle Hockey Club Coaches Guide Equal Opportunity Regardless of Ability Introduction This coaching guide was developed with the intent of helping both first time and experienced coaches make the most of their upcoming season

More information

NEBC CHILL PLAYER/PARENT HANDBOOK

NEBC CHILL PLAYER/PARENT HANDBOOK NEBC CHILL PLAYER/PARENT HANDBOOK 2018 SPRING SEASON NEBC CHILL STAFF NEBC CHILL 05: David Alexander(Head Coach and Chill Program Director) NEBC CHILL 06: Bob Kalb(Head Coach) Jeremy Brown(Assistant Coach)

More information

Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence

Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Hockey Canada Long Term Player Development Plan Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Atom Learn to Play Learning to Play Male 9-10 and Female 8-9 Atom Program Objective This stage is the beginning of

More information

Teaching Fundamental Team Concepts

Teaching Fundamental Team Concepts AGES 8 AND UNDER Teaching Fundamental Team Concepts LESSON WORKBOOK MIKE SULLIVAN 2 TEAM CONCEPTS The coach is responsible for creating the optimal learning environment where players are active participants.

More information

BARRON/CHETEK YOUTH HOCKEY POLICIES

BARRON/CHETEK YOUTH HOCKEY POLICIES A. Barron/Chetek Youth Hockey Guiding Philosophy. The policies and philosophy of Barron/Chetek Youth Hockey (BCYH) will be developed with guidance from our membership. These policies are created for their

More information

2018 HOLY NAME HOCKEY ICEBREAKER TOURNAMENT GENERAL INFORMATION AND TOURNAMENT PLAYING RULES

2018 HOLY NAME HOCKEY ICEBREAKER TOURNAMENT GENERAL INFORMATION AND TOURNAMENT PLAYING RULES 2018 HOLY NAME HOCKEY ICEBREAKER TOURNAMENT Dear Coaches and Team Reps: GENERAL INFORMATION AND TOURNAMENT PLAYING RULES Welcome to the 2018 Holy Name Icebreaker Tournament. We are pleased to outline some

More information

Provided By: Revised May 2016

Provided By: Revised May 2016 Provided By: TABLE OF CONTENTS AN INTRODUCTION TO HOCKEY CALGARY...2 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE NOVICE DEVELPOMENT LEAGUE (NDL)...2 HOCKEY CALGARY COMMUNICATION PROCESS...3 SPECIAL RULES GOVERNING THE NDL...3

More information

Teaching Body Contact and Checking

Teaching Body Contact and Checking AGES 16 / 18 AND UNDER Teaching Body Contact and Checking LESSON WORKBOOK KENNY RAUSCH 2 Body checking is a series of different skills which have to be learned, developed and trained. The goal of a body

More information

EASTERN EDGE LEAGUE RULES

EASTERN EDGE LEAGUE RULES EASTERN EDGE LEAGUE RULES Eastern Edge Women s Hockey will observe standard Canadian Hockey Association rules. Eastern Edge Women s Hockey rules below are intended to supplement CHA rules currently in

More information

Philosophy: Introduce hockey to our youngest players in a fun and safe environment through passionate leadership and innovative skill development.

Philosophy: Introduce hockey to our youngest players in a fun and safe environment through passionate leadership and innovative skill development. Bashaw Minor Hockey has developed this program in alignment with the Hockey Alberta Initiation Guidelines & Hockey Canada s Long Term Player Development Model (LTPDM) for entry level hockey players; to

More information

USA HOCKEY encourages an environment in which children can learn the basic skills without the distractions that are often associated with an over

USA HOCKEY encourages an environment in which children can learn the basic skills without the distractions that are often associated with an over USA HOCKEY encourages an environment in which children can learn the basic skills without the distractions that are often associated with an over emphasis on winning. Mastery of fundamental skills and

More information

Ontario Boys Canlan Classic Tournaments Rules

Ontario Boys Canlan Classic Tournaments Rules Registration Rosters A representative from each team must register (check-in) at the tournament office at least 1 hour prior to their first game with tournament staff. Players are required to have government-issued

More information

NORTHEAST ZONE HOCKEY

NORTHEAST ZONE HOCKEY NORTHEAST ZONE HOCKEY 2018-2019 BANTAM HANDBOOK Northeast Zone Hockey 7515 Borden Park Road Edmonton, AB T5B 4W8 Ph: 780.479.1227 Fax: 780.477.3766 www.nezsports.com nezsports@telus.net Northeast Zone

More information

ICE OF MARCH RULES AND REGULATIONS

ICE OF MARCH RULES AND REGULATIONS ICE OF MARCH RULES AND REGULATIONS REGISTRATION 1. All teams must be registered with U.S.A. Hockey or the Canadian Hockey Association. Team rosters cannot exceed 20 players (18 skaters and 2 goalies).

More information

2017 Thunder Bay Adult Hockey League Constitution

2017 Thunder Bay Adult Hockey League Constitution 2017 Thunder Bay Adult Hockey League Constitution TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1. League Rules & Regulations Rules Overview TBAHL League Officials Team Representatives Insurance League Payment Policy Facility

More information

With USA Hockey s Red, White and Blue Hockey program which promotes the

With USA Hockey s Red, White and Blue Hockey program which promotes the With USA Hockey s Red, White and Blue Hockey program which promotes the integration of cross-ice practices and games into youth hockey we can raise the level of creativity among players, increase player

More information

Chester County Skating Club Ice Hockey Program and Policies. Revised September 2015

Chester County Skating Club Ice Hockey Program and Policies. Revised September 2015 Chester County Skating Club Ice Hockey Program and Policies Revised September 2015 Ice Hockey The Chester County Skating Club ( CCSC or the Club ) ice hockey program includes children of all ages and adults.

More information

GHRA Off-Ice Officials Manual

GHRA Off-Ice Officials Manual GHRA Off-Ice Officials Manual General Information RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE OFF-ICE OFFICIALS Remember, you are an official and you must act accordingly, remaining neutral just as the officials on the ice.

More information

Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence

Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Hockey Canada Long Term Player Development Plan Hockey For Life, Hockey for Excellence Bantam Train to Train Train to Train Male 12-16 and Female 11-15 Objective The focus during this stage is on building

More information

Bow River Bruin Hockey Association Aug 20/16

Bow River Bruin Hockey Association Aug 20/16 Bow River Bruin Hockey Association Aug 20/16 Your Hockey Team Team Officials On ice Off ice Safety Welcome to your new team. It is our hope you have a great season of fun, skill development, challenges

More information

LEVEL I INDIVIDUAL TACTICS TACTICAL. September 2007 Page 1

LEVEL I INDIVIDUAL TACTICS TACTICAL. September 2007 Page 1 INDIVIDUAL TACTICS September 2007 Page 1 Page 2 September 2007 Within the subject area of tactics, the IIHF Coach Development Program presents individual t ac t ic s for coaches to provide their players

More information

TABLE OF CONTENTS. Frequently Asked Questions 33 Programming Novice & Below Implementation Guide Summary Chart 37

TABLE OF CONTENTS. Frequently Asked Questions 33 Programming Novice & Below Implementation Guide Summary Chart 37 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 2 Initiation Implementation Guide 8 Seasonal Structure Game Format Game Play Guidelines Tyke Implementation Guide 12 Seasonal Structure Game Format Game Play Guidelines Novice

More information

SUCCESS COACHING. Presented by Warman Minor Hockey Association

SUCCESS COACHING. Presented by Warman Minor Hockey Association 10 STEPS TO COACHING SUCCESS Good coaching may be defined as the development of character, personality and habits of players, plus the teaching of fundamentals and team play. S P O R T S M A N S H I P

More information

10-AND-UNDER (SQUIRT) SKILL PROGRESSIONS

10-AND-UNDER (SQUIRT) SKILL PROGRESSIONS 10-AND-UNDER (SQUIRT) SKILL PROGRESSIONS At the 10-and-Under (Squirt) level for boys and girls, players should focus on the skill progressions listed below: Knowledge Players should know: Goal Setting

More information

STRUCTURE OF THE IIHF

STRUCTURE OF THE IIHF STRUCTURE OF THE IIHF January 2010 Page 1 Page 2 January 2010 STRUCTURE OF THE IIHF AND THE IIHF SPORT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM This chapter explains the structure of the International Ice Hockey Federation

More information

LEVEL I CHECKING TECHNICAL

LEVEL I CHECKING TECHNICAL CHECKING Page 1 September 2007 CHECKING SKILLS Checking is carried out to gain possession of the puck. The coach must recognize that, before checking skills can be taught or developed, it is important

More information

Coaches Manual Created for the use of Apple Valley Hockey Association Coaches. Created by Chris Sikich, Bantam PDC AVHA

Coaches Manual Created for the use of Apple Valley Hockey Association Coaches. Created by Chris Sikich, Bantam PDC AVHA Coaches Manual Created for the use of Apple Valley Hockey Association Coaches. Created by Chris Sikich, Bantam PDC AVHA Table of Contents Purpose... 3 TEAM Play... 4 Scope and Sequence... 6 Squirt/U10...

More information

2008 INTERNATIONAL COACHES CONFERENCE POWER PLAY

2008 INTERNATIONAL COACHES CONFERENCE POWER PLAY 2008 INTERNATIONAL COACHES CONFERENCE POWER PLAY Bill Moores Introduction Philosophy Evolution Fundamental Principles and Concepts Teaching Principles and Concepts to Players Understanding and Executing

More information

Ontario/Canadian Lacrosse Association rules shall be used with the following changes and/or additions.

Ontario/Canadian Lacrosse Association rules shall be used with the following changes and/or additions. House League Playing Rules THESE RULES ARE DESIGNED TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF ALL PLAYERS AND THAT ALL PLAYERS ARE GIVEN AS EQUAL FLOOR TIME AS POSSIBLE AND THAT COMPETING TEAMS ARE AS FAIR AS POSSIBLE Ontario/Canadian

More information

Lilian Schick Hockey and Sports Leadership Program. Program Aim

Lilian Schick Hockey and Sports Leadership Program. Program Aim 2018/2019 Lilian Schick Hockey and Sports Leadership Program Program Aim Lilian Schick Hockey and Sports Leadership Program is designed to promote long term leadership in athletics with a focus on hockey.

More information

Novice Half-Ice. Development Manual

Novice Half-Ice. Development Manual Novice Half-Ice Development Manual 1 Welcome Message to Novice Hockey Coaches This Manual has been primarily put together in order to be a resource for you, the Coach, to rely upon during the upcoming

More information

The Parents and Coaches Teaching Guide. House League / Recreational. Representative / Competitive / Travel Team / AAA Programs

The Parents and Coaches Teaching Guide. House League / Recreational. Representative / Competitive / Travel Team / AAA Programs Presents The Parents and Coaches Teaching Guide developed for Teaching Young Minor & Youth Hockey Players: boys or girls 5 to 12 Years of Age in House League / Recreational or Representative / Competitive

More information

ADULT ROLLER HOCKEY RULES

ADULT ROLLER HOCKEY RULES City of Torrance Community Services Department Recreation Division Creating and Enriching Community through People, Programs, & Partnerships ADULT ROLLER HOCKEY RULES The City of Torrance reserves the

More information

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 Brooklyn Park Activity Center. District 3 Fall Coaches Meeting

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 Brooklyn Park Activity Center. District 3 Fall Coaches Meeting Wednesday, October 25, 2017 Brooklyn Park Activity Center District 3 Fall Coaches Meeting Agenda Welcome and Introductions Being A Coach in District 3 Officials and Information League Games, Scrimmages

More information

IHNSW SENIOR B CASE BOOK 2018

IHNSW SENIOR B CASE BOOK 2018 IHNSW SENIOR B CASE BOOK 2018 Copyright @ 2018 by the New South Wales Ice Hockey. All rights reserved. PREAMBLE Body checking is not permitted in any area of the ice. Body checking occurs when a player

More information

TRANSITION GAMES TO TEACH THE FOUR GAME SITUATION ROLES

TRANSITION GAMES TO TEACH THE FOUR GAME SITUATION ROLES ADVANCED LEVELS 5 AND 6 These advanced levels are combined because the same games and drills are used to practice both offensive and defensive individual and team play skills. The coach now uses exercises

More information

RULES AND REGULATIONS

RULES AND REGULATIONS 2018-19 RULES AND REGULATIONS REGISTRATION 1. All teams must be registered with U.S.A. Hockey or the Canadian Hockey Association. 2. Any forfeited games will be recorded as a 3-0 score. Any forfeited games

More information

Hockey Valley 38 Tournament Information

Hockey Valley 38 Tournament Information Hockey Valley 38 Tournament Information Rules can be modified as need arises rev 1/17/2019 USA Hockey Rules will be used for this tournament 1. This tournament is sanctioned by USA Hockey. The rules contained

More information

All players must submit the following before the first scheduled game of the season:

All players must submit the following before the first scheduled game of the season: BMRH Rules Below are the rules of the BMRH. AGE CLASSIFICATIONS FRESHMAN: 6 years (turn 7 during season) thru 10 years (1st - 5th grade) SOPHOMORE: 11 years -13 years (6th, 7th & 8th grades) JUNIORS: 14

More information