Tuesday Fall 2016-17 #3
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Attention ALL Teams : Effective start of Summer leagues, price per game will be the following. Floor hockey - $100 per team per game. Roller hockey - $80 or $90 per team per game (based on number of players. If you have 8 or less, its $80. 9 or more, its $90). Lacrosse - $90 per team per game
Spring 2017 /Fall 17-18 Registration- if you intend on having a team, please inform Randy or Jim
Game Fee: All Players must pay a minimum of $13 per game if your team has a balance!
New Rule Changes : Effective IMMEDIATELY - ANY player who comes in just to sign in for game credit will be required to pay $10 toward team fee in order to receive credit. Also, players are required to be signed in by 11 minute mark of 2nd period and stay a minimum of 16 game minutes (1 full period). Also, team must pay minimum game fee ($90 for floor, $80 or $90 roller) PLUS $10 for player who wants game credit. Any team who doesn't pay minimum game fee plus $10, player will not receive game credit for that game they came to sign in for but didn't play in.
If you need to have a fill in goalie, the team is responsible to pay toward team balance for goalie that night
Any player who's registration fee is not paid IN FULL will not be eligible to participate in playoffs until it is.
Teams and Individuals Welcome!
We are looking for Hockey refs. If you are interested call 827-1234
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Rink Rentals available on Friday nights at 10:00 PM and Saturday at 5:00 PM. A later time can be arranged with prior notice. If interested see Randy or Jim, or call 827-1234
We offer Floor and Roller Hockey and Lacrosse
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Lacrosse - will be played on Saturday morning/aft beginning in January. We are accepting 6-8 adult teams. This will be a recreational league following "Masters Rules". Equipment requirements are if 18 and up: Helmet w/full face (hockey or lacrosse) Gloves(hockey or lacrosse) cup, stick, running shoes and matching jersey. If under 18, upper body protection must be worn. Goaltenders may use hockey body protection and lacrosse or hockey goal shin pads. No hockey leg pads. The fees will be approximately $13 per person/per game. The insurance is no longer with US Lacrosse. We have a private insurance to make the fee more affordable for the player. All registrations will take place at the rink. .As of September 2016, all Lacrosse players will register at rink for a fee of $30 and will be good until April 2017. A per player deposit for league is $25 and a team deposit is $100 and must be paid at our rink. The fee for High School league is a valid membership with USLacrosse and a league fee of $145 per player for 12 games plus playoffs. If interested, contact Randy at 827-1234 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Come join the fastest growing sport in WNY and the country.
Fall 2016/17- All Floor and Roller players must pay a league registration fee and complete a AISHC waiver at game one. We will not allow anyone to play until this fee is paid in full.The fee for floor hockey will be ten dollars per player(one charge will cover all your teams and MUST BE PAID AT FIRST GAME PLAYED DURING SPRING SEASON. NO EXCEPTIONS!) and thirty dollars for all roller players(one charge will cover all your teams and MUST BE PAID AT FIRST GAME PLAYED DURING SPRING SEASON. NO EXCEPTIONS!). This coverage will be good from now and expire at the end of Fall 2016-17 season.
Crease Rule (floor only) - any player that enters opposing teams crease while the ball is not in the crease will result with a whistle and face off immediately outside of zone. The face off will no longer take place in violating teams zone.
Arm Hook- (monkey hook)- A player may no longer place his arm with stick in hand into play along boards and have their arm impede player from progress. A two minute minor will be issued.
Abuse of Equipment: a player that strikes the boards or floor with his stick in an unsportsmanlike manner will be given a two minute minor. If any damage is done, a game misconduct will be issued and the damages must be paid for.
Excessive Behavior – any player that acts in a disorderly manner after the referee has instructed them to remove themselves from the situation. A player will receive a five minute major and a game misconduct. The following suspension will be awarded in addition:
1st offense- 2 additional games
2nd offense- 3 week all league
3rd offense- league ejection
Tripping- any stepping on stick will be called a trip.(please apply common sense to this rule)
Rule Changes Effective Immediately
All face-offs inside of zone will take place at face-off dot to either the right or left of goaltender. It will no longer be from point of deflection.
If a team takes a penalty, the face off will take place in their defensive zone to the right of the goaltender. If penalties are coincidental, the face-off shall be from spot of ball on last whistle. (at face-off dot)
Any shot that deflects off goal post or framing and out of play, will result in face-off inside zone
Crease Rule For All Roller Leagues Only.-a player may pass through the opposing teams crease . A player cannot stop and plant themselves in crease. A warning will be given to exit the crease. If you do not exit, a minor penalty will be assessed. In the event that a player interferes with the goaltender, a minor penalty will be assessed.
(applies to Roller and Floor)
- Any player or players that receive a game misconduct will not be allowed to return to playing surface. This includes hand shakes. In the event that you are found to be in violation of this, a one game suspension will be imposed.
- APPLIES TO ROLLER HOCKEY ONLY.(14-17 age group and Adult Only) The stick height limit is full back and front swing. All high stick violations will still be called as previously.
Each team may select one player to be playoff eligible with a minimum 25% of regular season games played. The team must register this player with league prior to the start of playoffs. Once playoffs have commenced, you cannot change or initiate a player.
A player must have a minimum of 40% of regular season games played (includes summer and fall) to be eligible for playoffs. If a league has a odd number of weeks, we will average up. ex:a 17 week season, a player must have 7 games played. In the event that a player is released from current team after the eligibility date, the player has the option to seek league permission to obtain fifty percent of their games played credit to new team. A player must attend at least five regular season games for said new team. The league reserves the right to deny a player eligibility if league finds player voluntarily departed.