Half Ice Rink Divider System
Hockey Calgary has scheduled the Rink Divider System responsibilities for teams:
A number of teams did not follow the procedure and protocols detailed in the attached documents. Specifically there have been a number of cases of the following:
- Coaches on the ice without helmets
- Parents on the ice setting up boards rather than coaches
- Teams not providing coaches to assist with their required responsibility
The U9 Governor has the authority to suspend the Head Coach of a team that does not comply with the proper procedures. The following process will take place prior to being given a suspension
- Association, Rink Staff, Team will contact applicable League Chair and Novice Governor to issue complaint
- League Chair or Governor will issue the Head Coach a warning via email
- If another complaint is issued for the same team, the U9 Governor will issue a 1 game suspension
- If problems continue to exist, further suspensions will be levied
Concussion Awareness App / Hockey Canada Rule Book App / Hockey Canada Network
- Each drill includes PDF description and video demonstrating the drill
- Each drill has key teaching points
- Page is set up and segmented by skills - skating, shooting, etc.
- Once coaches have created a login/password, they can create practice plans by selecting the drill they want
Hockey Canada Coaching Program - essentials of coaching
The NHL Coaches Association is hosting another GREAT lineup of coaches for the 2021 NHLCA Online Global Coaches’ Clinic!
June 21-25, 2021
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM EST
NHLCA GLOBAL COACHES’ CLINIC - Promo Video
The NHLCA Global Coaches’ Clinic is held annually by the NHL Coaches' Association and provides an opportunity for NHL coaches to share their knowledge and expertise with the broader coaching community.
The clinic aims to educate coaches on the strategies and techniques used at the highest level of hockey while ensuring the information is relevant for all age groups and levels of play, so that every attending coach receives knowledge that is beneficial to their growth as a coach, as well as to his or her players’ development.
Typically the annual NHLCA Global Coaches' Clinic occurs in conjunction with the NHL Draft™; however, as a result of COVID-19, the 2020 and 2021 clinics were moved to a virtual format so we can continue to provide coaches from around the world with this valuable continuing education opportunity.
We look forward to you joining us online again for a second year!
5 days and 15 sessions from NHL coaches and other sport leaders, PLUS small group breakout sessions with NHL coaches! Your registration gets you:
- 3 presentations each day, Monday through Friday; recordings available on-demand if you cannot attend live
- 1 90-minute small group breakout session to network virtually with NHL coaches
- Access to the conference portal and all session recordings for a year (through May 2022)
- 2021 NHLCA Digital Drill Book with over 100 drills from NHL coaches powered by CoachThem
- Attendee Networking Portal to connect with other coaches and build your network
- Exclusive prizing and giveaways from our partners
Plus access to...
- All sessions from our 2020, 2019 and 2018 NHLCA Global Coaches' Clinics
- The 2020 and 2019 NHLCA Digital Drill Books with over 200 drills from our NHL coaches
10% discount code for Hockey Calgary coaches: NHLCAHockeyCalgary
The NHL Coaches’ Association is committed to supporting the development of hockey coaches at all levels of the game around the world. As part of their commitment to this goal, they created the NHLCA Mentorship Program, a free online webinar series that's currently in its second season.
What you need to know:
• Free for all coaches to participate
• Program includes 3-4 webinars each month
• Program runs until April 15, 2021
• Webinars are live and include an open Q&A discussion with the presenter
• Webinars are recorded so you can watch on-demand
For more information and to sign up visit www.nhlcoaches.com/mentorship-program
NOTE: If you are a Hockey Canada Certified NCCP coach at the Coach 2, Development 1 or High Performance 1 level, as a participant in the NHLCA Mentorship Program you are eligible for Maintenance of Certification points through the Coaching Association of Canada. Click here for more information.
On December 10, 2020, don’t miss this unique professional development opportunity to enhance your understanding and awareness of addressing racial discrimination in Hockey. Please visit MacEwan.ca/HockeySummit for more information and to register. This virtual event is hosted by Hockey Night in Canada’s Harnarayan Singh.
This virtual event is free to attend, but registration is required. Please feel free to share it with your hockey networks.
FOR THE GROWTH OF THE GAME: Addressing Racial Discrimination in Hockey virtual summit will engage attendees in the reality of racial discrimination in the sport of hockey through the sharing of stories from those who have experienced or witnessed racial discrimination in a hockey setting. By being exposed to these stories, participants will have a better understanding of the reality of the situation. They will also build empathy toward understanding how racial discrimination impacts social participation.
Hosted by Hockey Night in Canada’s Harnarayan Singh
Brian Blake, Robert Knesaurekand Jeff Scott – National Hockey League (NHL)
Dr. Marvin Washington – University of Alberta
Lali Toor – Apna Hockey
Devin Buffalo – Indigenous Sports Council
Dr. Courtney Szto – Queens University
Moezine Hasham – Hockey4Youth
Erica Ayala – Sportswriter
The Hockey Calgary Coach Night Series is back for another year! (click on above title for the link)
- Two options: In-person or Zoom (presentation only)
- In person physically distanced classroom and on-ice sessions (18 participants max)
- Mackenze Stewart
- Topic: Injury Prevention and Stride Mechanics: How to Prevent Injury, Become more Efficient and Skate with Power
- Virtual (ZOOM)
- Register at: https://www.hockeycalgary.ca/forms/view/ID/316