• 2018-19 Rangers Youth Game Schedule
  • 2018-19 Rangers ALL EVENTS Schedule
  • 2018-19 Rangers High School Game Schedule
  • IHWC Ice Schedule - 2018-19 Season
  • 2018-19 Rangers Communications
    • IHWC Rangers 2018-19 Season
      Overview & Past Communications


      October 9:  Rangers Winter Session Starts 10/15
      CLICK HERE
      August 31:  Rangers One Week Away Kick Off Message
      CLICK HERE
      August 18: Rangers Kick-Off Youth Hockey Message:
      CLICK HERE

      June 28: 
      Rangers Summer Youth Hockey Message:
      CLICK HERE
      May 31: Rangers End of Season Youth Hockey Message:

      CLICK HERE 
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      Winter Message:
      The Winter Session of the 2018-19 IHWC Rangers starts Monday, October 15!  

      We started the Fall season with the A teams taking the ice the week of September 10 and we also formed two full high school rosters following Fall tryouts.  The 10U, 12U and 14U A1 and A2 teams have concluded BTHL seeding and League games started last week.  The Friday night ADM sessions and Sunday morning Goalie clinics have been well attended to kick off the ’18-19 season.  And we rostered a Mite All-star team that will play in the MYHL league.  As we move forward to the Winter Ice Session and schedule, we welcome our recreational (B) and Mite teams to the ice.  Please find the following important Winter dates and Rangers youth hockey updates. 

      YH Rangers Winter 2018 Key Dates:
      Oct. 12                         6pm LAST ADM FALL Friday Session
      Oct. 15                          Winter Ice Session Starts – Check TeamSnap for your team schedule.
      Oct. 15                          10U/12U/14U Rec/B Teams Season Starts
      Oct. 16                          5:10pm - 1st Indian Hill Mite League (IHML) Practice
      Oct. 20                          9:15am - 1st IHML Games
      Oct. 20                           1:45pm - 1st Lady Rangers Clinic
      Oct. 21                          5pm FIRST WINTER Session ADM (10U/Squirts to 14U/Bantams, 8U.
      Oct. 21                          8:15am – Goalie Clinic
      Oct. 31                           Happy Halloween!  No practices.
      Nov. 21, 22                   Happy Thanksgiving!  No practices.
      Nov. 23, 24                   Youth & Adult Holiday Hockey Clinics Register HERE
      Dec. 21 to Jan. 4         Happy Holidays!  No youth team practices.
      Dec. 27, 28, 29            Youth & Adult Holiday Hockey Clinics
      Jan. 3, 4                         Youth & Adult Holiday Hockey Clinics  

      Winter Ice Schedule: Starts Monday, October 15:
      The Winter Ice Schedule starts Monday, October 15.  Please check your TeamSnap calendar for your team’s Winter Ice practice times.  Or go here for the Winter schedule.  WINTER 2018-19 SCHEDULE (Oct 15 to March 10).  

      Winter ADM: First ADM, Sunday, October 21st at 5pm:
      Our Winter ADM sessions will be held on Sunday evenings from 5-6:10pm.  The first Winter ADM session is Sunday, October 21 at 5pm.  All 10U/Squirts  - 14U/Bantams are invited to participate.  8U/Mites are on a rotation schedule and is noted on the IHML TeamSnap calendar.

      ADM is USA Hockey’s American Development Model.  ADM places an emphasis on skill development and long-term athlete development principles, and encourages station-based practices, small-area games and cross-ice competition to deliver more repetitions, more puck touches and more skill development per hour of ice time. For More Info: ADM Overview  

      Lady Rangers:
      Do you have a daughter who loves the game?   We are excited to announce the Lady Rangers clinics for the IHWC 2018-19 season.  Instructor Kate Augustine, Miami University two time All-American and player on the 2015 and 2017 U.S. Women’s National University team will be the lead instructor for the Lady Rangers clinics.  Katie will work in partnership with charter member Karen Falter to bring this training program to our female hockey players.   The clinics are a series of 8 ice sessions dedicated to the development of our female players.  For more information click here. Lady Rangers Info.  

      2018 Holiday Hockey Clinics: 
      We are excited to have Pat MacLeod, former NHL player, (click here for bio) lead the November and December IWHC Holiday Hockey Clinics.  Pat will also be leading one ADM session a month this season.  Instructor for the Jan clinic TBD. Holiday Clinic details (Time, Age, etc.) are included on the IHWC Registration page. 
      *November 23 and 24 Youth & Adult clinics:           $55 per session or $100 for both clinics.
      *December 27, 28, 29 Youth & Adult clinics:            $55 per session or $150 for all three clinics.
      *Jan 3 and 4 Youth & Adult clinics:                             $55 per session or $100 for both clinics

      Goalie Clinics: 
      Calling All Goalies! Goalie clinics are 1/2 Ice clinics led by Goalie coach, Lee Lansdowne.   The 60 minute goalie training sessions are as follows:
      October 21                   8:15 – 9:05am
      November 4 & 18       8:00 – 9:00am
      December 2 & 16       8:00 – 9:00am
      January 13 & 27         8:00 – 9:00am
      February 10               8:00 – 9:00am
      If you have a player that plays goalie and is not on the distribution list or would like to participate in goalie training, please emails Rangers@IHWinterClub.com.
       
      IHWC Rangers Company Store – Online Store will re-open November 15:
      If you forgot to order an item, we can take individual orders by emailing Rangers@IHWinterClub.com.  Also, if there is an item you would like added to the Rangers store? Send us the item/idea and we will work on the possibility of adding to the store in November.

      IHWC Rangers YH Policies and Procedures:
      Did you know?  Documents regarding program policies and procedures for youth hockey are saved in the following link under “IHWC Rangers Documents”. 

      TeamSnap Invitations: If you have not received your invitation or need a parent added to the roster/calendar, click here to request.  

      Questions? Please email klord@IHWinterClub.com or Rangers@IHWinterclub.com. We are looking forward to an awesome Rangers Season!  

  • 2018-19 Rangers Holiday Clinics & Season Registration
    • 2018-19 RANGERS SEASON Registration
      & 2018-19 Holiday Clinics

       CLICK HERE 





  • Youth Hockey Program Description & Age Classifications
    • ANOTHER GREAT REASON TO JOIN THE IHWC:

      Meet New friends and involve your children IN OUR DYNAMIC YOUTH HOCKEY PROGRAM.  Ihwc Rangers YOUTH HOCKEY PROGRAM HAS PROGRAMS FOR ALL AGE and skill LEVELS.  Our program includes learn to Skate, learn to play, and youth teams that offer recreational hockey.  We also roster Competitive youth teams that play at A and AA levels. 
      Learn to Skate & Learn to Play: Never skated or played hockey?  Come try it out.  We believe it is one of the best sports a child or adult can play.  but we may be partial!
      Indian Hill Mite League: Our youngest Skaters (8 years and under) enjoying twice weekly practices and in house league games every Saturday morning.
      Recreational Teams: WE ENCOURAGE ANY youth player TO JOIN at THIS LEVEL WHICH IS GEARED TO any player at any age and skill level.  Have A FUN HOCKEY EXPERIENCE IN A RELAXED ENVIRONMENT.  
      A Level Teams: PLAYERS LOOKING FOR A MORE COMPETITIVE and skilled LEVEL OF PLAY.  TRYOUTS FOR “A” level competitive TEAMs HAPPEN IN LATE APRIL FOR THE NEXT SEASON.


      USA hockey AGe classifications:

      Mites 8 and under
      Squirts 10 and under
      Pee Wee 12 and under
      Bantam 14 and under
      Midgets 18 and under 
      To see what age classification your child fits in, please 
      click here

  • 2018-19 IHWC Mite Hockey Program (8U)

    • IHML 2018-19 Mite Overview

      IHWC MITE 2018-19 Season Registration is Open.  REGISTER HERE

      The IHWC Mite Program is the result of a commitment to our youngest group of hockey players.  It is an alignment between the "Mite Experience" and the IHWC's Mission, Vision and Values.  Our goal is to have IHWC offer the best Mite Hockey experience in the Region, a program promoting well-rounded skill development and fun for our 8U hockey players.  The IHWC Mite teams comprise the Indian Hill Mite League (IHML). We are excited to announce former NHL player Pat MacLeod (click here for bio) will be leading IHML instruction as our ADM Coordinator for the 2018-19 season.  

      VISION:  To be the premier Mite Hockey experience in the Mid-West by promoting well-rounded skill development and fun for youth hockey players and their families.

      CORE VALUES:   Respect, Integrity, Teamwork, Coachability, Accountability, Determination, Courage, Humility, Sportsmanship, Transparency & High Character

      Mite IHML Season:

      The Mite season will start with taking the ice for a first practice on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 and conclude on March 1, 2019 with the hoisting of the O’Brien Cup by the IHML champions.

      IHML Season:
      FALL ADM Sessions:  Mite Skaters are invited to participate in the Fall Ice Schedule (9/6 to 10/14) Friday evening ADM sessions 6-7:20pm.
      Practices:  Mite season will start with taking the ice for a first practice on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 and conclude on March 1, 2019 with the hoisting of the O’Brien Cup by the IHML champions.
      IHML Games:  Games will begin Saturday, October 20, 2018 and be held on Saturday’s at 9:15am and occasionally on Friday evenings.

      Practice Overview:  

      The IHML will host 30-32 Mite ADM formatted practices for 70-80 minutes per practice. First practice to be held on Tuesday, October 16, 2018. Practice times will remain at 5:10pm on Tuesday and 6:00pm on Friday.

      What Is a Typical Mite Practice?

      The first fifteen (15) minutes is spent on power skating followed by 50 minutes of skill development at rotating six stations. The players will be segmented by ability to create a competitive environment. Furthermore, the coaches will customize their station drills based on the skill level rotating to the station. 

      The goal of the ADM practices is to improve the player’s respective skating and hockey skills in small groups to maximize player engagement. And have FUN with friends!

      IHML season overview:

      The IHML will host 52-60 IHML games on Saturday mornings and occasionally on Friday evenings at 6:00pm. Games will begin Saturday, October 20, 2018 and be held on Saturday’s at 9:15am.


      Team Composition Overview:

      The IHML will consist of 5-6 Mite teams with no more than 10 players.  Each team will play four-five games against other IHML teams.  The season concludes with multiple rounds of IHML playoffs and a chance to hoist the O’Brien Cup.

      2018 O’Brien Cup Champs – The Redhawks

      The goal of the IHML is to have players utilize their hockey skills within a half ice game, be part of a team, and learn how to compete while having fun with teammates.

      Cost for 2018-19 Season:

      The Mite program cost is estimated to be in line with the 2018-19 season at $1,000.00. This programming also includes an IHML game jersey, practice jersey and game socks.

      IHWC MITE 2018-19 Season Registration is Open.  REGISTER HERE

      IHML All-Stars:

      The Mite All-Stars is a team comprised of 8 positional players and a goalie along with a select number of alternates. This team is formed through a tryout and will consist of players who have demonstrated above average hockey skills, along with leadership skills by attending ADM practices and IHML games. 

      IHWC Mite All-Stars Team 2017-18 Season

      Mite All-Stars Tryout

      Tryouts were held in September 2018.  10-12 players and a goalie will be selected. Alternate players may be selected for the All Star Roster.  Independent evaluators will be utilized in the team selection process.

      Mite All-Star Practices:

      The All-Star players will practice twice a week in the 70 minute ADM sessions. These ADM practices will be complemented with 5+ dedicated team practices.  

      Games & Tournaments:

      The All-Star team will participate in the MYHL League.  The schedule will consist of approximately 12+ games. Most games will be played on Sunday with home game on Saturday mornings. Two to three tournaments will be added to the schedule that will provide the Mite players an opportunity to compete against the competitive Mite programs in the Midwest. 

      Mite Coaches:

      The Mite coaching staff will be selected once the team is formed after tryouts. The Mite commissioner and Youth Hockey will oversee this selection process.   

      Cost:

      There will be an additional cost for a player on the Mite All-Star team. This cost has yet to be determined for the 2018-19 season.

      IHWC MITE 2018-2019 Season Registration is Open.  REGISTER HERE

      Looking forward to seeing your player on the ice!

      Mike Coburn

      Mite IHML Commissioner 

      Indian Hill WinterClub

      513-304-4050 or mcoburn3@gmail.com

  • 2018-19 IHWC Rangers Youth Program (10U/12U/14U)
    • Rangers Team Formation Info:
       This overview is to provide information on the IHWC youth hockey team composition for the upcoming season and explain the evaluation/tryout process.  Our program is always working to improve the youth hockey experience and this overview includes changes being introduced for the 2018-19 season.  The goal of any youth evaluation or tryout is to find the best team for each player to develop, and more importantly, have fun!  CLICK HERE 
      *2008-2009 Birth years 10U/Squirt INFO Sheet
      *2006-2007 Birth years 12U/Peewee INFO Sheet
      *2004-2005 Birth years 14U/Bantam INFO Sheet
      *Varsity/JV  High School INFO Sheet  


  • IHWC Rangers Documents
  • GoalTending
    • 2018-19 Goalie Clinics:  
      Calling All Goalies! Goalie clinics are 1/2 Ice clinics led by Goalie coach, Lee Lansdowne.   The 60 minute goalie training sessions are as follows: 

      October 21                   8:15 – 9:05am 
      November 4 & 18         8:00 – 9:00am 
      December 2 & 16         8:00 – 9:00am 
      January 13 & 27            8:00 – 9:00am 
      February 10                   8:00 – 9:00am 

      If you have a player that plays goalie and is not on the distribution list or would like to participate in goalie training, please email Rangers@IHWinterClub.com.

      2018-19 Goalie Private or Semi-Private Lessons:
      If you have a player that would like to sign up for private or semi-private goalie instruction, please email Rangers@IHWinterClub.com.
  • Rangers Coaches Corner
    • Past Coach Correspondence:
      October 9 Coach & Manager Memo CLICK HERE
      August 31 Coach & Manager Memo CLICK HERE
      JUNE 5 Head Coach Memo CLICK HERE

      IHWC Rangers - COACH Requirements

      IHWC requires all coaches to be certified and screened in accordance with USA Hockey, Mid-American District, State, and local rules and regulations. All coach requirements need to be completed by September 10, 2018.  **Please submit all certificate requirements to Kevin Lord, IHWC Rangers Registrar.**


      Required Training for Coaches:  10U/Squirt to High School:

      1.
      Register with USA Hockey by August 1. Annual registration process. Once complete, the confirmation number must be submitted to Kevin Lord, Registrar (klord@ihwinterclub.com).
      CLICK HERE: 
      USA HOCKEY REGISTRATION


      2.
        Mid-Am Background Screening. Once complete, the approval letter must be submitted to the Registrar. Background screens must be completed every two seasons. You must have a current season USA Hockey confirmation number to apply for a background screen. Note: Background checks take 2-3 weeks to complete and must be completed before the coach can be added to the USA Hockey roster.
      CLICK HERE
      MID-AM BACKGROUND SCREENING


      3.
        Coaching Education Program (CEP) registration. These are USA Hockey Level 1, 2, 3 or 4 clinics youth coaches have to attend.
      CLICK HERE:    
      CEP TRAINING


      4.
        USA Hockey Online Age Specific Module(s). Once an age specific module has been completed, it does not have to be repeated. If you will be coaching a different (or multiple) age level, an age specific module will need to be completed for each of the age divisions. Most online Modules take 8 hours so please plan accordingly.
      CLICK HERE:
      USA HOCKEY AGE SPECIFIC MODULES


      5.
        NFHS Concussion Course and submit the completion certificate to Kevin Lord, Registrar. The Concussion Course must be completed every three years.
      CLICK HERE
      NFHS CONCUSSION COURSE


      6.
        USA Hockey Safe Sport Program.  The SafeSport Training and Refresher Training are each valid for two (2) seasons.  Thus, if you took the training during the 2017-18 season, it is valid for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons.  Safe Sport must be renewed every two seasons by either re-taking the entire Safe Sport Program or by participating in a 30 minute, online renewal course.  Login for the 2018 season and confirm if your SafeSport is current, if it is not, please complete.  No certificate needed to be sent as the Registrar can view online.  **As of January 1, 2018, all relevant individuals who need to be SafeSport certified or are seeking recertification will need to complete the new three-course SafeSport training, which features updated content.**
      CLICK HERE: 
      USA HOCKEY SAFE SPORT TRAINING


      7. 
      Lindsay's Law training completion.  This is an annual training requiring a signed certificate for each athlete each school year. 
      CLICK HERE:   PARENT'S
      LINDSAY'S LAW
      CLICK HERE:   COACH VIDEO
      CLICK HERE:   COACH Disclosure


      USA HOCKEY TRAINING GUIDES:

      Download the USA Hockey Mobile Coaches app for practices plans, drills and more. 
      https://www.usahockey.com/mobilecoach
      USA Hockey Coaches Manuals & Guides

      https://www.usahockey.com/manualsandguides


      If you have any additional questions on coaching requirements,
      please contact IHWC Registrar, Kevin Lord (klord@ihwinterclub.com).

      Thank you for volunteering to be an IHWC coach and looking forward to an awesome Rangers season!

  • IHML (Mite) Coaches Corner

    • IHWC Rangers - COACH Requirements

      IHWC requires all coaches to be certified and screened in accordance with USA Hockey, Mid-American District, State, and local rules and regulations. All coach requirements need to be completed by October 10, 2018.  **Please submit all certificate requirements to Kevin Lord, IHWC Rangers Registrar.**


      Required Training for Coaches:  8U/Mite:

      1.
      Register with USA Hockey by October 1. Annual registration process. Once complete, the confirmation number must be submitted to Kevin Lord, Registrar (klord@ihwinterclub.com).
      CLICK HERE: 
      USA HOCKEY REGISTRATION


      2.
        Mid-Am Background Screening. Once complete, the approval letter must be submitted to the Registrar. Background screens must be completed every two seasons. You must have a current season USA Hockey confirmation number to apply for a background screen. Note: Background checks take 2-3 weeks to complete and must be completed before the coach can be added to the USA Hockey roster.
      CLICK HERE
      MID-AM BACKGROUND SCREENING


      3.
        Coaching Education Program (CEP) registration. These are USA Hockey Level 1, 2, 3 or 4 clinics youth coaches have to attend.
      CLICK HERE:    
      CEP TRAINING


      4.
        USA Hockey Online 8U Age Specific Module(s). Once an age specific module has been completed, it does not have to be repeated. If you will be coaching a different (or multiple) age level, an age specific module will need to be completed for each of the age divisions. Most online Modules take 8 hours so please plan accordingly.
      CLICK HERE:
      USA HOCKEY AGE SPECIFIC MODULES


      5.
        NFHS Concussion Course and submit the completion certificate to Kevin Lord, Registrar. The Concussion Course must be completed every three years.
      CLICK HERE
      NFHS CONCUSSION COURSE


      6.
        USA Hockey Safe Sport Program.  The SafeSport Training and Refresher Training are each valid for two (2) seasons.  Thus, if you took the training during the 2017-18 season, it is valid for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons.  Safe Sport must be renewed every two seasons by either re-taking the entire Safe Sport Program or by participating in a 30 minute, online renewal course.  Login for the 2018 season and confirm if your SafeSport is current, if it is not, please complete.  No certificate needed to be sent as the Registrar can view online.  **As of January 1, 2018, all relevant individuals who need to be SafeSport certified or are seeking recertification will need to complete the new three-course SafeSport training, which features updated content.**
      CLICK HERE: 
      USA HOCKEY SAFE SPORT TRAINING


      7. 
      Lindsay's Law training completion.  This is an annual training requiring a signed certificate for each athlete each school year. 
      CLICK HERE:   PARENT'S
      LINDSAY'S LAW
      CLICK HERE:   COACH VIDEO
      CLICK HERE:   COACH Disclosure


      USA HOCKEY TRAINING GUIDES:

      Download the USA Hockey Mobile Coaches app for practices plans, drills and more. 
      https://www.usahockey.com/mobilecoach
      USA Hockey Coaches Manuals & Guides

      https://www.usahockey.com/manualsandguides


      If you have any additional questions on coaching requirements,
      please contact IHWC Registrar, Kevin Lord (klord@ihwinterclub.com).

      Thank you for volunteering to be an IHML coach and looking forward to an great season!

  • Team Managers
    • IHWC Rangers - TEAM MANAGER Requirements

      IHWC requires all Team Managers to be certified and screened in accordance with USA Hockey, Mid-American District, State, and local rules and regulations. All team manager/volunteers requirements need to be completed by September 10, 2018.  **Please submit all certificate requirements to Kevin Lord, IHWC Rangers Registrar.**
      For season games:  please submit all score sheets for games to IHWC Youth Hockey @ Rangers@IHWinterclub.com and include the following in the subject line: IHWC Team, Date & Competition.

      Required Training for Team Managers:  10U/Squirt to High School:

      1.
      Register with USA Hockey by September 1 as a VOLUNTEER. Annual registration process. Once complete, the confirmation number must be submitted to Kevin Lord, Registrar (klord@ihwinterclub.com).
      CLICK HERE: 
      USA HOCKEY REGISTRATION


      2.
        Mid-Am Background Screening. Once complete, the approval letter must be submitted to the Registrar. Background screens must be completed every two seasons. You must have a current season USA Hockey confirmation number to apply for a background screen. Note: Background checks take 2-3 weeks to complete and must be completed before the coach can be added to the USA Hockey roster.
      CLICK HERE
      MID-AM BACKGROUND SCREENING


      3.
        NFHS Concussion Course and submit the completion certificate to Kevin Lord, Registrar. The Concussion Course must be completed every three years.
      CLICK HERE
      NFHS CONCUSSION COURSE


      4.
        USA Hockey Safe Sport Program.  The SafeSport Training and Refresher Training are each valid for two (2) seasons.  Thus, if you took the training during the 2017-18 season, it is valid for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons.  Safe Sport must be renewed every two seasons by either re-taking the entire Safe Sport Program or by participating in a 30 minute, online renewal course.  Login for the 2018 season and confirm if your SafeSport is current, if it is not, please complete.  No certificate needed to be sent as the Registrar can view online.  **As of January 1, 2018, all relevant individuals who need to be SafeSport certified or are seeking recertification will need to complete the new three-course SafeSport training, which features updated content.**
      CLICK HERE: 
      USA HOCKEY SAFE SPORT TRAINING


      5. 
      Lindsay's Law training completion.  This is an annual training requiring a signed certificate for each athlete each school year. 
      CLICK HERE:  
      LINDSAY'S LAW


      What is a Team Manager role?
      Team managers are important for a successful season and to support the team.  Team Managers provide a support role for the coaching team and while specific duties may be different based on the coaches, the following is a list of general responsibilities: 
      *Maintain your team summary (with the Head Coach direction)
      *Official team roster and any supplemental rosters
      *Team schedule for games and practices
      *Team contact list with mobile phone numbers for all parents and coaches
      *Game score sheets (blank and for the games already played) – submitted to Buckeye following each game
      *Score Sheet Team Stickers (template provided)
      *Team communications:  These emails should serves as reminders for upcoming practices and games for that week. They can include directions to new rinks and details on any other team events for that week.
      *Plan and coordinate social events for the team at tournaments or other times.

      Thank you for supporting your player’s team and the IHWC Rangers youth hockey program.

      If you have any additional questions on team management requirements,
      please contact IHWC Registrar, Kevin Lord (klord@ihwinterclub.com).

  • Rangers Online Store


    • IHWC Rangers Online STORE
      Warm-Ups, Team Apparel, Spiritwear
      ***WINTER RANGERS STORE WILL BE OPEN AGAIN IN NOVEMBER***
      Orders made from the Fall Store will be shipped to your home or address of choice

      ENTER STORE 




      Note:  Orders placed in the Spring Rangers store will be delivered and picked up with your new uniform the first week of September.


      Questions?
      Rangers@IHWinterClub.com

      We look forward to an awesome Rangers 2018-19 season!

  • IHWC YHC Committee
    • Youth Hockey Committee Charter
      The Youth Hockey Committee is an advisory committee that serves as an extension of the Board of Trustees of the club and represents the youth hockey membership. 

      Primary objective of the committee is to build a youth hockey program that develops a life long love of the game for our players and families through the following goals:          
      *Offer the most enjoyable and competitive hockey experience for all age groups and skill levels      
      *Build clear and effective two-way communication between the Club and youth hockey membership       
      *Provide an objective channel for membership feedback and ideas
      *Ensure the youth hockey program supports the founding principles and core values of the Club    
      *Promote USA Hockey and the American Development Model (ADM)     
      *Represent the priorities and needs of the youth hockey program within the context of all Club programs

      The Youth Hockey Committee is responsible for extending the Board's general governance function to provide oversight of and recommendations for the Youth Hockey program.

      Responsibilities:
      1.  Development of policy relative to all youth hockey programs at the club and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees for their adoption.
      2.  Provide oversight of all youth hockey operations at the club and make periodic reports to the Board of Trustees regarding the implementation of all youth hockey related policies.
      3.  Assist club management with implementation of policies related to youth hockey operations. This could include, but is not limited to:
      a.  Developing and communicating to members a comprehensive program for youth hockey opportunities.
      b.  Ensure that play is conducted under the rules established by USA Hockey, including the establishment and maintenance of an approved player conduct policy.
      c.  Assist and recommend policies in other areas of the program such as tryouts, ice schedule, special events, etc.
      d.  Promotion and operations of Club events such as tournaments and promotional events.

      Required Youth Hockey Committee Composition:
      Committee members (with one Board member) who are active in the Youth Hockey Program.  Including, the Director of Ice Programming and General Manager.

      Youth Hockey Committee Members*:
      Sean Fraser, BOT liason
      Shannon Compton
      Matt Dunne
      Tim Hampton
      Stephanie Kennebeck
      Brad Kranson
      Larry Lutz
      Jay Valento
      Frank Baverso, IHWC GM
      Kevin Lord, Director of Ice Programning

      Questions can be directed to the Youth Hockey Committee at YHC@IHWinterclub.com. 
      * as of 8/31/2018

  • Contact IHWC Youth Hockey

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