Introduction, HL Coaches Manual (North London Nationals Hockey)

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INTRODUCTION

 

The Operating Procedures and the Rules and Regulations have been adopted to provide all House League players with an enjoyable and meaningful hockey and learning experience.  Parents are requested to enhance the efforts of North London Sports Association and its volunteers by:

  1. Attending as many games as possible.  Your children are making an effort to win your respect for them and your presence provides reinforcement;
  2. Instilling a positive attitude and outlook towards the game of hockey and being supportive of your child and his or her team-mates, regardless of success;
  3. Being supportive of your child’s coaches and other team staff members.  Remember that Coaches, Trainers, Managers and other volunteers do not pretend to be perfect but, they are trying their best to ensure that your child has an enjoyable learning experience.  Their desire and commitment to provide the best possible instruction to the players, is enhanced by attendance at seminars, clinics and workshops.  At the North London Sports Association, we support the efforts, motivation and desires of our coaches.  We take every effort to put our players in the best situation to develop their skills and experience the joy of the game through our selected coaches.  Player and parental distractions to the team will not be tolerated.

 

PURPOSE

 

The purpose of the House League program is to allow for the potential development of a hockey player at a fun and enjoyable level of competition and at the calibre most suited to the individual hockey player’s needs, abilities and desires.

 

North London Sports Association operates within the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario, the Ontario Hockey Federation and the Canadian Hockey Association. North London Sports Association House League rules & Guidelines are intended to supplement all CHA rules currently in effect.

 

 

PHILOSOPHY

 

It is the desire of North London Sports Association to promote and develop amateur hockey for youths, including both development of the opportunity for participation in House League hockey.

 

We strive to help develop good character among players and other members, by teaching the importance of the values of physical competition, physical activity, good sportsmanship, social participation and good fellowship.

 

Our goal is to promote and develop the fair treatment of others in an environment where there is no place for discriminatory behaviour with respect to race, place of origin, family circumstance, gender, sexual orientation or creed.

 

The North London Sports Association will promote good citizenship and representation for the City of London and the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario.


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