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The New Minnesota Recreational Hockey League

Presented by

Minnesota Hockey New Recreation League Committee


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Where We Are Now

For the 2008\2009 season, the Metro Area had the following number of C Level teams:

= 59 Bantam Teams

= 89 PeeWee Teams

= 124 Squirt Teams

Assuming 17 players to a team, that is 4,607 total players. With each player paying $30 to USA Hockey and $10 to Minnesota Hockey, these kids paid $184,280.00, in USA/MH Fee’s (Each Year)

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Bantams - 11Peewees - 18

Squirts - 40

Bantams - 5Peewees - 12

Squirts - 16

Bantams - 5Peewees - 10

Squirts - 10

Bantams - 11Peewees - 17

Squirts - 21

Bantams - 7Peewees - 8

Squirts - 10

Bantams - 1Peewees - 0

Squirts - 0

Bantams - 3Peewees - 6

Squirts - 6

Bantams - 15Peewees - 18

Squirts - 21


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Cost of Playing District Hockey

For the 2008\2009 season, the average cost to play C level hockey in District 6 (not including any team fund, driving costs, Equipment costs etc) broke down as follows:

BANTAMS PEEWEES SQUIRTS

4 Tournaments

Practices Avg. 60 times

High by an assoc. was 79 times

4 Tournaments

Practices Avg. 53 times

High by an assoc. was 89 times

4 Tournaments

Practices Avg. 39 times

High by an assoc. was 84 times

$1375.67 per player

$1002.14 per player

$907.63 per player


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Why a Recreation League?

  • The league is meant to introduce players to Hockey at an introductory price, while allowing them to still participate in other activities (such as church, snow-boarding,Scouts, etc).

  • Another benefit to lower cost league would be to stop shrinkage from the Squirt level to PeWees that is 5% (we retain 95% and lose 5%). However, the shrinkage from PeeWees to Bantams is 18% (we retain a much smaller 82% of players going from Peewees to Bantams). The idea is to create right product to keep these players.

  • MH will also strive to attract new cultures to our sport that are have issues to contend with the cost of our sport being one of the largest.

  • Another Key issue that the Recreation Committee is getting major feedback on is the current Economy. There are many Association Presidents worried that they will lose registration numbers this year due to the high cost of Hockey and the current Recession that has caused enormous company layoffs (A family of 3 Skaters could cost as much as $5,000.00 per year)


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League Management

  • The league would be Overseen by MH Directors. They would appoint a League Manager to each area, they would work in conjunction with the appropriate Directors for league support(ie scheduling ice, league standings, colleting fee’s etc)

  • At the Association level it would be mandatory that the Association publish the program on the registration forms with costs and put program on their web sites.

    • Bantam A $COST PER YEAR

    • Bantam B$COST PER YEAR

    • Bantam C$COST PER YEAR

    • Bantam Rec$COST PER YEAR

  • MH is currently looking at a maximum cap on what a team could charge a player for additional costs.

  • Key areas in D6 that MH would target would be Bloomington, Burnsville, Eden Prairie (others to come) for cultural growth in the sport of Hockey (Marketing program underway)


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What Will it Include?

The League will run from November to February, and will consist of the following:

  • Bantams and PeeWees

  • 2 warm-up practices

  • 14 games

  • 1 clinic for skaters and goalies

  • 1 Jersey to keep

  • 21 practice hours

  • End of Year Season event (Herb Brooks “Celebration”)

  • Squirts

  • 2 warm-up practices

  • 12 games

  • 1 clinic for skaters and goalies

  • 16 practice hours, divided as follows:

    • Nov – 4 indoor solo hrs and 8 indoor shared hrs

    • Dec – 4 indoor solo hrs and 4 indoor shared hrs

    • JAN – 4 indoor solo hrs and 4 indoor shared hrs

  • 1 Jersey tp keep

  • End of year Celebration Tournament


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4 Areas to Cover the Metro\Suburbs

The league will be broken down into 4 Areas to cover the entire metro\suburbs. The breakdown of these areas by districts will be as follows:

North West

Districts 3 & 5

North East

Districts 2 & 10

South West

Districts 6 & 4

South East

Districts 1 & 8


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P&L for Bantams

Based on 17 player teams:

= $467.35 per player

21 Ice Hours spread (7 per month) for the season


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P&L for Peewee’s

Based on 17 player teams:

= $467.35 per player

21 Ice Hours spread (7 per month) for the season


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P&L for Squirts

Based on 17 player teams:

= $353.23 per player

16 Ice Hours

Sample Practice Schedule

November: 4 Solo Practices and 4 Shared Practices (Indoors)

December: 4 Solo Practices - 4 Outdoor Practices

January: 4 Solo Practices - 4 Outdoor Practices


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