Update 1415.007 Coach Meeting Presentation

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PAHL PRESEASON
COACHES
MEETING
2014 – 2015 SEASON
TROY LONEY
was a member of the 1991 and
1992 Pittsburgh Penguin Stanley
Cup Championship teams. A
veteran forward, he was claimed
by the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim
in the June 1993 Expansion Draft,
and was named the Duck’s first
team captain. He retired
following the lockout-shortened
1995 season, splitting his final
year between the Rangers and
the Islanders.
In 624 NHL games Troy recorded
87 goals, 110 assists, 197 points,
and 1091 penalty minutes.
PAHL RULE CHANGE HIGHLIGHTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Fair Play Point System
Squirt Games Played Increased
Game Start Times Amended
EMT Clarification
Curfew Clarification
Zero Tolerance Rules for Parents/Spectators Revised
USAH Rule 411 Full Implementation
New Supplemental Discipline Process
1. FAIR PLAY POINT SYSTEM
• Fair Play holds all players and coaches accountable for their
actions and behavior by rewarding proper behavior and good
sportsmanship.
• In the Fair Play system, each team at the start of the game can
earn an extra “Fair Play” point in the standings for playing the
game within the confines of the rules and with good
sportsmanship.
• Research has shown that Fair Play increases sportsmanship,
accountability, and player safety without compromising hockey’s
competitive aspects.
FAIR PLAY POINTS will be an added component to the PAHL league standings
for the 14/15 playing season. It will be implemented for all regular season games.
IMPACT ON
STANDINGS
GAME RESULTS
FAIR PLAY
WIN = 2 POINTS
EARN ADDITIONAL
POINT BY MEETING
FAIR PLAY CRITERIA
TIE = 1 POINT
LOSS = 0 POINTS
CRITERIA 1:
DIVISION
WIN = 3 POINTS
TIE = 2 POINTS
LOSS = 1 POINT
CRITERIA 2:
PIM THRESHOLD
MIDGETS
16
BANTAMS
16
PEEWEES
16
SQUIRTS
16
GIRLS
16
PROPER COACHES’ BEHAVIOR
NO GAME MISCONDUCTS OR MATCH
PENALTIES ON ANY COACH
FAIR PLAY targets aggressive penalties, and the accumulation of penalties by one team in
any one game. PAHL statistics from the 13/14 season show clearly that our emphasis for the
14/15 season is to decrease 2 and 10 penalty combinations like Checking From Behind.
PAHL PENALTY SUMMARY
5 MIN MAJORS
10 MIN MISCONDUCTS
GAME MISCONDUCTS
MATCH
1314 SEASON
1st HALF 2nd HALF TOTAL
1st HALF 2nd HALF TOTAL
1st HALF 2nd HALF TOTAL
1st HALF 2nd HALF TOTAL
GIRLS TEAM TOTALS
0
0
0
5
4
9
0
2
2
0
0
0
MIDGET TEAM TOTALS
39
37
76
357
216
573
61
46
107
2
4
6
BANTAM TEAM TOTALS
35
18
53
342
216
558
48
32
80
1
2
3
PEEWEE TEAM TOTALS
11
4
15
37
41
78
6
3
9
0
0
0
SQUIRT TEAM TOTALS
0
5
5
12
13
25
0
4
4
0
0
0
85
64
149
753
490
1243
115
87
202
3
6
9
ALL TEAMS TOTALS
2. SQUIRT GAMES PLAYED INCREASED
All Squirt divisions will play 4 preseason games
and 16 regular season games. Previously only the
AA division played 16 regular season games. This
is an increase for all other divisions.
3. GAME START TIMES AMENDED
• PAHL games may start as early as 7:00 am on
Saturday or Sunday only.
• PAHL games may start no later than 8:00 pm on
Saturday or Sunday only.
4. EMT CLARIFICATION
• EMTs are required for each ice surface where a
game is being played
• No EMT present means the game must be
rescheduled - Association fine is $100
• If an EMT must leave the immediate game area
temporarily to attend to a player, the game may
continue.
5. CURFEW CLARIFICATION
• The game curfew is the end of the ice slot scheduled for the game. The
PAHL has minimum slot requirements for different divisions, but a rink may
have a larger slot than required scheduled. Teams have the entire slot to
play the game.
 Example: A Peewee game is required to have a minimum 65 minute slot. Acme
Association has the game scheduled for 10:00am to 11:15am, a 75 minute slot. So
the curfew is set for 11:15am.
• Curfew times must be initialed on the scoresheet before the game.
• Curfew times may be changed for late start or equipment failure with
approval of the rink. Changes can only occur before the drop of the
puck and must be initialed by both head coaches.
6. ZERO TOLERANCE RULES FOR PARENTS /
SPECTATORS REVISED
• First reported incident to be investigated by and appropriate
discipline assigned by association, subject to PAHL oversight.
• Second reported incident involving same party will follow the
same process. If party is determined guilty again, a fine of $250
will be assessed.
• Third reported incident involving same party will require a PAHL
hearing. A guilty resolution may lead to suspensions and fines.
7. USAH RULE 411 FULL IMPLEMENTATION
• USAH Rule 411 implemented in 13/14 season just in the PAHL
• Rule 411 full implementation requires coordination between leagues as
penalty accumulation follows the player on any/or all teams he/she plays.
• PAHL will coordinate suspension tracking with PIHL
• Rule 411 involves a specific list of 5 minute major aggressive penalties.
 Players receiving 3rd major are assessed a 3 game suspension
 Players receiving 4th major are assessed a 5 game suspension
 Players receiving 5th major suspended until a hearing is held
 Team receiving 3 major penalties in a game results in Head Coach suspended for next game
 Team receiving 3 or more majors in subsequent game results in H C suspended 3 games
 Team receiving 3 or more majors in third game results in H C suspension until a hearing
8. NEW SUPPLEMENTAL DISCIPLINE
PROCESS
• Supplemental discipline may be assessed by the PAHL Discipline Committee
under USAH Rule 410 for any incident before, during, or after the game that is
not penalized by the on ice officials.
• Supplemental discipline may be assessed by the PAHL Discipline Committee or
the PAHL Rules Committee for issues that are contrary to or a detriment to the
fair and equitable competition and the appropriate game experience for all
involved. This may include excessive penalties by a team, player, or team official
over the course of the season, specific detrimental behavior exhibited outside of
the game environment (parking lot, social media, etc), or behavior or activities
that are contrary or threatening to PAHL’s USAH affiliate status.
• Proper review and investigation must occur, with a hearing if necessary, before
supplemental discipline is determined.
COACH’S GAME DAY REMINDERS
1. Before the game initial the score sheet after checking roster,
documenting any game misconducts, and acknowledging curfew time
2. After the game sign the score sheet after verifying scoring and penalties
3. Call in any game misconducts or match penalties to the PAHL Discipline
Director within 48 hours
4. Make sure that players are properly equipped including mouth guards
and neck guards, and that all helmets are snapped and snug
5. Handshake between teams after the game
6. Regular season games > No time outs > No overtime
PAHL RULES ARE ON THE WEBSITE
www.pahockey.com
READ THE RULES
FOLLOW THE RULES
NEW PAHL
DISCIPLINE
DIRECTOR:
BRYAN IMLER
 All infractions causing a suspension must
be reported to the PAHL Discipline Director
by the offending player’s association by any
means within forty-eight (48) hours of the
incident.
 All suspensions must be reported and
served, even though they may not appear
correctly on the score sheet.
 Failure to report within this specified time
period will result in a fifty dollar ($50.00) fine
to the negligent association.
 For a match penalty, a legible copy of the
score sheet and a written report about the
incident must be sent to the PAHL
Discipline Director, postmarked, within five
days of the infraction.
USAH COACHING ETHICS CODE
GENERAL PRINCIPLES
Competence
Integrity
Professional Responsibility
Respect for Participants
Concern for Participants
Responsible Coaching
USAH SAFESPORT
LOCKER ROOM POLICIES
Random and frequent
supervision
No cell phone usage
No recording device usage
No coach or player
harassment / hazing / bullying
Mixed gender teams require
non discriminatory treatment
Never be alone 1 on 1 with a
player in the locker room
COACHING COMPLIANCE
All coaches, head and assistant, must complete the following:
1. USAH online registration
2. Mid Am Child Abuse Screening
 2 yr renewal rotation since 7/1/13
3. SafeSport Educational Module Screening
 2 yr renewal rotation
4. USAH Coaching Education Program seminars as required by their
personal progression status
 can only complete one level per calendar year; once Level 4 is completed not
required to continue
5. USAH Age Specific Educational Module
 Available online September 1
COACHING RESOURCES
www.usahockey.com
Practice Plans . . . . . Small Area Games . . . . . Checking Materials
Dryland Training . . . . . Goaltending . . . . . Mobile Coach App
flexxCOACH
Sponsored by the Pittsburgh Penguins
Pro Drill Designer . . . . . . . . . . Practice Planner
OFFICIATING
SUPPORT
PERSONNEL
PAHL REFEREE SUPERVISOR
CHRIS STUDEBAKER
USAH / W PA REFEREE
SUPERVISOR
TODD NAYLOR
USAH / MID AMERICAN DISTRICT
REFEREE IN CHIEF
JIM WEAVER
USAH STANDARD OF PLAY
AND RULES EMPHASIS
BODY CHECKING CATAGORIES
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Body Checking
Boarding
Charging
Checking From Behind
Head Contact
Roughing
• In Body Checking categories, the
focus of the body check must be
to separate the opponent from the
puck.
RESTRAINING FOULS
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Hooking
Tripping
Holding
Interference
Slashing
• The use of the stick will be limited
to only playing the puck.
• Players will be held accountable
for acts of an intimidating or
dangerous nature.
COACHES AND REFEREES
• Mutual Respect
 Both parties have a job to do on game day
 Respect and treat the other as you would want to be treated
• Communication
 Introductions to start off
 Civil dialogues – no threatening or condescending comments are necessary
 Discuss scoring or penalty corrections after the game but before the score sheet is
separated and have changes initialed – it is important to have the correct players with
points or with penalty minutes
• Evaluation
 Officials “evaluate” coaches as the game is played and reflect that “evaluation” in the
penalties that are called on the players and coaches
 Coaches “evaluate” the officials post game with written comments that are followed
up by PAHL and Referee Supervisors
 Consistent patterns of behavior put up red flags to be addressed
QUESTIONS ?
DISCUSSION ?
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