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Coaching Ethics Code 
Coaching Ethics Code

 

Student Coach Application Form 

USAJuniorCoachApplication.pdf



Fundraising 

Any ideas for fundraisers need approval by the board before they can be implemented. 
 

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Before planning a team function or party, even if private, you must have approval from the board.   


 
Ask the Coach
U.S. Olympic and veteran coach Lou Vairo answers your questions about coaching, team management and more.

 

Ice Time Calculations 

Full Ice Time Calculations

Shared Ice Time Calculations

Curfew clock w/ice cut (min)

Time charged

Curfew clock w/ice cut (min)

Time charged

60

2

60

1

65

2

90

1.5

70

2.5

75

2.5

80

2.5

90

3

100

3.5

Full ice is ice time that is not shared with another team.

All games are charge as full ice.

Shared ice is two Tri-County teams using the ice together

 


 

 

 

TCYH Policy on Use of Alternates

 

I. Introduction:

The purpose of this document is to describe the policy and resulting process that will be used to determine the eligibility of any Tri-County player to participate as an alternate and/or substitute on another Tri-County team, as well as the determination on any applicable fess. An alternate is a player that is already on a roster for an existing team (their primary team), but has been requested by a coach to also participate on a less than full time basis on another Tri-County team. In general, the intent of Tri-County Youth Hockey is to encourage players to make a commitment to a single, primary team. Having teams comprised of numerous alternate and/or substitute players is discouraged. There are however many situations where the use of alternates is desired. The intent of Tri-County is to support these situations within the bounds of the guidelines and rules that govern them.

 

II. Leagues:

In general, the majority of the rules that govern the use of alternate or substitute players are established by the individual leagues that we play in. Tri-County Youth Hockey fields teams in three different area leagues. Those leagues are; Empire Amateur Hockey Conference (EAHC): This is the league that our traditional House teams play in. Teams comprised of both boys and girls will participate at ages Mite through Midget. Great Lakes Girls Hockey League (GLGHL): Great Lakes is a girl’s only league. This coming season Tri-County will be attempting to field teams at both the Travel and House levels within GLGHL.