We’re excited to announce 3 ADM development clinics have been scheduled. The clinics will be a great learning experience for both players and coaches.
If you have not had a chance to participate in one of the previous clinics held in Buffalo and Rochester, please consider participating in one or more of the upcoming sessions. Coaches are needed for multiple on-ice sessions.
Rochester (evening before the West Section Fall Meeting)
Friday, September 20th at Blue Cross Arena
3 one-hour on-ice sessions 6:00-9:30pm
Led by USA Hockey ADM Regional Manager, Rich Hansen
All players will receive a free Rochester Americans ticket with the purchase of one ticket.
Rochester Americans alumni and The Moose will be present for the clinic.
6u & 8u will receive USA Hockey jerseys.
Saturday, October 5th IIHF Girls Hockey Weekend at The Northtown Center at Amherst
3 one-hour on-ice sessions in conjunction with off-ice sessions 12:00-3: 30 pm
Led by USA Hockey Regional Manager of Female Hockey, Kristen Wright
6u & 8u will receive USA Hockey jerseys.
Kristen would also like to host a coaches session and a parent session.
New Rule book available for 2017 - 2021 seasons
MOHL Scheduling will be held
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Registration begins at 6:15 pm. All teams must be represented at the meeting to participate in the league this season. Pre-Registration is required through your organization.
Associations that would like to host Girls Tier I NTB teams for the following season must publish and advertise tryout dates prior to the start of the current USA Hockey National Championship; provided, however, that no tryouts or activities that could be construed as such may occur until 48 hours after the last game of the Tier I Girls’ and Tier II Girls’ National Championships.
Associations holding tryouts, and players trying out, are not necessarily guaranteed that the teams selected/rostered through tryouts will be granted Girls Tier I NTB status. All rostered teams seeking this designation must carry a minimum of 15 players, including goaltenders, and the greatest percentage of the players on the roster must be residents of the State of New York as determined under USA Hockey Rule III.C (Registration).
We are passing along another update related to the transition of the SafeSport Training. In addition, we will post updates online at www.usahockey.com/safesport to keep the USA Hockey membership up to date on any impact of this transition. We have now been notified that the new estimated launch date is Monday, November 6, 2017.
Please note anyone wishing to complete the existing SafeSport course offerings, including the Refresher course, must now do so NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2017 AT 11:59pm EASTERN TIME.
NO COURSES will be available from Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 11:59pm Eastern time until Monday, November 6, 2017.
Following November 1, all relevant individuals who need to be SafeSport certified or are seeking recertification will need to complete the new full SafeSport training course, which will be available Monday, November 6, and will feature updated content. Upon completion of the online SafeSport training, individuals will be certified for two seasons. A new SafeSport refresher course will be added to the platform in 2018. This will be an abbreviated version intended for individuals who have previously completed the three core SafeSport courses and need to recertify. Users completing the SafeSport refresher course will be certified for an additional two seasons.
Brad Frost is the Head Coach for the University of Minnesota Women's Ice Hockey team.
Frost believes it is in the best interest of youth athletes if their parents support their athletic experiences no matter the level of competition they play in. If a youth athlete is not playing for a top-tier team, that is not a good reason to be less supportive because the ultimate goal should be for a kid to have fun in any youth sports league. Essentially, it is more important to enjoy time with your kid than critiquing everything they did wrong in a game. Frost believes parents who put too much pressure on their kids, especially during that 'car ride home,' will chase them away from sports. If a kid is afraid to get into the car ride home after a bad game, it is unlikely he will want to continue to play.
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