Want to see your team or level schedule? Click "SHOW TAG MENU" and scroll down to your team or other appropriate tag and check the box. For example, if you're looking for Squirt B1, place a check by that team. If you want to see more than one team at a time, check the box next to each team you want to see. If you're specifically looking for Pre-Season Clinics and Tryouts, check your players level and tryouts box. For association events - select the "News & Events" Tag!
Note: if there are many events scheduled for one day, the calendar will show a "more events" link at the bottom of the day in the calendar month view.
Publishing Dates for 2017-18 Season
1) Sept & Oct: (9/23 to 10/9): Travel Team Pre-season Skills, Tryouts and In-season Skills: August 16th 2) October Team (10/10 to 10/29): In-house & Travel Team Practice Ice: September 4th 3) November #1 (10/30 to 11/10): In-house (remainder of the year) & Travel Team Practice Ice: October 11th 4) November #2 (11/11 to 12/3): Travel Practice Ice: October 25th 5) December (12/4 to 12/31): Travel Practice Ice: November 13th 6) January (1/1 to 2/4): Travel Practice Ice : December 4th 7) Feb & Mar (2/5 to 3/11): Travel Practice Ice: January 2nd
Please note that these are approximate deadlines and every effort will be made to post ice schedules sooner.
If you have questions/issues for the specific schedule area, please contact the corresponding Coordinator:
Pre-season Clinics and Tryouts: Ross Carlson
Skater Skill Clinics: Ross Carlson
mMites/Mites: Bryan Mulleady
6u/8u, 10u and 12u: Tim Niccum
Goalie Clinics: Tom Halloran
Ice scheduling takes into account many variables and the guidelines used to determine the schedule are reviewed annually and set by the Board and HOC (i.e not me). If you have ANY question/concern about the ice schedule, please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (this goes to my phone). I will promptly answer the email to the best of my ability and correct any mistake(s) I have made. If the question becomes an issue, the following process should be followed to expedite the resolution: