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2019 Womens Summer Hockey League

Time to gear up for The Gardens’ Ice House In-House Women’s League, Season #17 !

 

Need your evaluation date!

 

 

General Information

  • The season will run from around the middle of May through the middle of August.  All games take place are at The Gardens Ice House.
  •  11 games (10 games + 1 guaranteed playoff).  The cost per player will be $310 to $330 depending on the number of players per team, and $200 per Goalie. 
  •  Women sign up as individuals and attend an evaluation session ($20)

         Let us know which Eval Date:

  1. (1) Sat 3/30  3:10pm  (2) Thu 4/4  7:00pm,   (3) Sat 4/13  Noon,   (4) Tues 4/16  9:40pm,  (5) Mon 4/29 8:00pm
  • After evaluations, the captains draft teams in an effort to make the league as balanced as possible. 

 Bring $20 and a current USA hockey registration number to the eval, here’s the USA Hockey link:  http://www.usahockeyregistration.com

  • We will have Gold (4 teams), Silver (4), and Bronze (4) divisions this summer.
  • If you can help manage a team, please let me know.
  • The league is set up for women 18 yrs old and older.  USA Hockey has OK’d younger players, if spots are available.
  •  We will do what we can to keep the games during weeknights, but there were some weekend games last season.

 

Womens League Commissioner: John Scavilla

League Admin: Emily Summers

League Jerseys: Carrie Nicholson

Please respond using this address tgihwomensleague@gmail.com

 


New Womens League Code of Conduct as of Spring/Summer 2019

Gardens Ice House Women’s Ice Hockey League Mission Statement and Code of Conduct

Mission:  Since inception, our goal has been to provide a safe, fun, and competitive environment for all women playing in the league, from beginner through college level players.  The Administration, Captain’s Council, and players are asked to keep the big picture in mind:  Do the best we can to ensure each game is a positive experience, so we may continue to have players return each season, and grow the league by encouraging new players to join. 

Ice hockey is a competitive sport, but our league is non-check.  This is a recreational league.  We play for fun and exercise, focusing on safety first, so we need to consistently self-police/look out for one another by taking responsibility for ourselves.  Players need to remember good sportsmanship and make split second decisions to protect themselves and opponents.  Dangerous plays may occur that are still within the rules and not something that can be penalized.  Captains should encourage players to play to the best of their ability while conducting themselves in a safe and controlled manner.  Players should report unacceptable behavior, on and off the ice, to captains or the League Commissioner.

Code of Conduct: 

1)Respect teammates and opponents.  We want competitive play and effort at the highest level, without a “cutthroat win at all cost” mentality.  If necessary, the Captain’s Council may vote to have a player play under Dominant Player guidelines.

2)Be a good sport.  Win and lose with class.  Be courteous to all your teammates by allowing for equal playing time.  This is not a league where “star” players get more ice time or call the shots.

3)Intent to injure, fighting, and dangerous play will not be tolerated.

4)Verbal abuse, including cyber bullying, will not be tolerated.  No player is allowed to engage or talk to a teammate, opponent, or official in a negative, intimidating, or confrontational manner. 

5)Sexual harassment will not be tolerated.

6)No player can approach or argue with a referee during a game.  Only a team captain can approach a referee during a stoppage of play to ask a question or ask for an explanation.

7)Respect the facility that hosts us!  Respect their employees and the rink rules.

8)Communicate to your captain, in advance of game day, whether or not you will be playing.  We know things change, but keep your captain informed so you don’t put your team in a bind.

9)Captains:  Players who are not part of our league cannot sub unless the League Commissioner has approved them and the opposing captain is in agreement.  In some situations, eligibility may require a vote by the Captain’s Council.  Captains repeatedly using unapproved or inappropriate subs or who otherwise work to stack their teams may be asked to step down by the Captain’s Council or League Commissioner.

10)At the request of the Women’s League Commissioner, and with support of the Captain’s Council, Management of the Gardens Ice House reserves the right to suspend, put on probation, and/or expel/ban any player who violates, including but not limited to, reasons noted above, and/or does not follow:  USA Hockey rules and Rules specific to the Adult league but not listed above.  In the event a suspension or expulsion is being considered, negative or hostile social media posts regarding other players or the rink may be taken into consideration.

11)Players are not subject to any refund due to injury or any disciplinary action.


Registration Links

Captains Registration- Womens League Team Captain uses this link to register their team  ( If team has Co Captains only 1 of those captains uses this link to register the team)

Womens Player Registration - For Womens League Players who already know which team they have been recruited onto.