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Rule Enforcements

Dear Parents,

It takes many hours of dedicated Volunteer Directors, Coaches and Convenors to operate this Program. It has become apparent that we have issues with both attendance prior to the start of games as well as too many people in the lower portion of the arena by the dressing rooms. Below are the rules of this Club and as of the New Year they will be enforced in order to create a more efficient, safe and enjoyable playing experience for all our members.  

Rule # 11

For all Novice 7/8 and Atom division games using the buzzer system, in order to allow coaches time to prepare their game sheet, plan their line-up, and speak with their players about the game, all players must be in the dressing room and fully dressed for the game a minimum of 5 minutes prior to the scheduled start time for the game.

Rule # 12

For all Novice 7/8 and Atom division games using the buzzer system any player arriving late will not be permitted to play in that game. This includes players arriving without sufficient time to be completely dressed and ready to play when the team is called to the ice. For all other divisions (Peewee to Juvenile), if a player is late he or she has until the end of the first period to dress and begin play.

Rule # 24

Parents are not allowed in the dressing room area from Minor Peewee and up. In the other series, parents are allowed to help their children get dressed but must clear the dressing room at least five minutes before game time. At the conclusion of the game parents must wait five minutes before proceeding to the dressing rooms, in order to give the coaching staff time with their teams.

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Robert Silc

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January 20, 1964 - December 17, 2017

It is with great sadness that the S.H.A. Hockey Club (Scarborough Ice Raiders) is notifying our Members that we have lost one of our own. Rob Silc passed away unexpectedly this past Sunday doing what he loved most, playing hockey. A dedicated volunteer, he had a tremendous passion for the game coaching at both the house league and select levels of our hockey program. Multiple teams every year. An original Ice Raider, many of our players over the years have benefited from his knowledge and experience. He was a compassionate man who looked out for the best interests of his players and fellow coaches. He will truly be missed by his immediate family and friends but also the large extended hockey family he was part of. Please extend your condolences and support to his wife Noelle, sons Daniel and Evan and the rest of his family at this most difficult of times. 

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Stacy Brown

 
It is with a heavy heart that the S.H.A. Hockey Club (Scarborough Ice Raiders) is notifying our Members that we have lost one of our own.  Stacy Brown (Registrar) has lost a courageous battle with cancer.  Stricken with breast cancer less than 2 years ago, Stacy battled hard and won that fight.  Unfortunately this summer the cancer returned to attack Stacy again, a fight which she lost this time.

We will remember Stacy as our dedicated and vibrant volunteer that was and will forever be remembered as the Heart and Soul of this organization.  Ever present was her ability to deal with and help all our playing members with registration and any information they needed.  As Directors, we remember Stacy as the one person that fought through adversity and never once stopped dedicating her time to improve the playing environment for all our families.
During this very trying time, we will honour Stacy's memory by continuing to serve our Hockey Families to the best of our ability, as she would want and expect.  Further to this, all jerseys (House League. Select and Competitive) will be equipped with a patch bearing Stacy's initials.
As a community, please join us in our sympathies to Stacy's family during this tragic time.  Both Stacy and her family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Stacy Jane Brown
September 27, 1967 - September 04, 2017


 

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Cross-Ice/Half-Ice (Novice 6 and under)

Memo from OHF for all affliated organizations - Philip McKee, OHF Executive Director

The Ontario Hockey Federation Board of Directors has been made aware some Minor Hockey Associations (MHAs) have not yet taken the appropriate steps to prepare for the mandatory introduction of cross-ice/half-ice for the Initiation Program (all hockey 6 years and under). This roll-out is being mandated by Hockey Canada across all Branches.

The OHF and its Members are happy to act as support for MHAs still working toward the 2017-18 implementation. Please review the information provided on our website and contact either your Member or the OHF with any questions:http://www.ohf.on.ca/view/ohfmainsite/initiation-program

The Initiation Program, and cross-ice/half-ice hockey specifically, is designed to introduce players to the game in a fun, safe, and positive way by creating an environment more suited to their physical capabilities at six-years-old and younger. The differences in skill-development opportunities with cross-ice or half-ice hockey are significant: players receive five times more passes and take six times more shots. They’re called on to have to make more decisions more quickly, and are overall more engaged in the game.

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S.H.A. Hockey Club Mailing List

Important Notice

For those of our families who are not receiving our email blasts which is a result of us either having the wrong email or you having unsubscribed in the past. Emails and the website are the main line of communication between the “League” and our playing members therefore it is important to keep this updated.

Please take the following steps to insure your email is added to the list as we do not have the ability to add those who have unsubscribed in the past.

Click on the link below which will take you to a copy of an email blast (Evaluation Skates) scroll down to the bottom and click on the “subscribe” option and follow the instructions. This will enable you to receive our emails and keep informed of all events and changes within the program.

http://us4.campaign-archive2.com/?u=d2a8f0cc13a39d0829111ff40&id=95ce837746