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Annual Coaches meeting September 22, 2014. Mounds View Irondale Youth Hockey Association. Registration Coordinator: Anne Lalla. CEP Requirements See attached “Coach Registration Process” Mite level coaches only can have an expired CEP

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Annual coaches meeting september 22 2014

Annual Coaches meetingSeptember 22, 2014

Mounds View Irondale Youth Hockey Association


Registration coordinator anne lalla

Registration Coordinator: Anne Lalla

CEP Requirements

  • See attached “Coach Registration Process”

  • Mite level coaches only can have an expired CEP

  • All coaching requirements need to be completed by December 31.

  • Use the Association Debit Card for all coaching expenses. Instructions are provided after you login to register as a coach.


Roster requirements

Roster Requirements

  • Any coach who will be on the ice or bench, must be on the roster.

  • Absolutely NO non-rostered players are allowed on the ice (this includes younger/older siblings), for any reason, unless that player is a STUDENT COACH with properly submitted and signed paperwork in the team book.  This is a direct mandate by MN/USA Hockey and a major liability concern.  Non-rostered players are not covered while on the ice/bench under the USA Hockey liability insurance.  This policy must be strictly followed by MVID and its coaches.


D2 coach and manager meetings

D2 Coach and Manager Meetings

  • Head Coach and Team Manager meetings are posted on website.

  • Bantam A&B, Peewee A&B, U12 A & B: October 22

  • Bantam C, Peewee C, Squirt (all levels) U14A, U10 (all levels): November 5

  • Mite and U8: December 3

  • WBL Central Middle School: 6:30pm


Treasurer jim wurst

Treasurer: Jim Wurst

Budget and Payment Procedure

  • No team checkbooks

  • Parents register on-line with credit card for ice bills

    • Automatic Drafts in November, December and January

  • Mite 1, 2 and U8 do not have monthly/end of year payments.

  • Teams may get sponsors to reduce team expense (Usually a big help!!)

    • Send an email blast to your team via yourself or your team manager.


D2 rep dave schavee

D2 Rep: Dave Schavee

  • All D2 related questions should go through Dave or the D2 Level Coordinator.

  • The D2 President and Director field hundreds of requests and we need to filter them through the reps first.

  • Do not contact the D2 Ice Coordinator director, all questions/comments go to Mike Gallagher.

  • All MVID hockey players must wear HECC-approved helmets with full facemasks, mouth guards, hockey gloves, breezers, jersey, cup, and shoulder, shin, and elbow pads.

  • Helmet chinstraps must be securely fastened and mouth guards must be in place at all times while on the ice.

  • No Shirts/Skins or “Light Gear Practices”


Locker room rules

Locker Room Rules

  • It is mandatory that there be adult supervision in the locker room at all times. Coaches, managers, and background-screened parents are acceptable.

  • Players may not have a private meeting in the locker room with a coach or coaches. A parent must be present or the meeting must be in a public place such as a lobby or meeting room.


Grievances and mediation committee

Grievances andMediation Committee

  • 5 Board Members, Email link on web site

  • Facilitate resolution of issues, see Handbook for further info.

  • It is the belief of the MVYHA that most differences are minor and the best manner in which to work out a difference of opinion is for the parties involved to meet with one another.

  • This is true whether the discussion is between parents, a coach and a player, a coach and manager, or a coach and parent.

  • It is recommended that MVYHA members keep in mind that there is a “proper time” to discuss most issues and that the proper time is never right after a difficult defeat or in the company of other players and parents.

  • Make every effort to inform your player’s parents about the “24 hour rule, and the need for all to take time to “cool off”.


Equipment coordinator troy mcculloch

Equipment Coordinator: Troy McCulloch

  • Call for goalie equipment needs, Equipment Coordinator will meet player at the storage unit. The Association provides leg pads, chest protector, blocker, and catcher glove.

  • DO NOT purchase equipment and ask for reimbursement without prior approval by Equipment Coordinator.

  • Jerseys and socks will be distributed at Team Manager Meeting on 10/23/14.

  • The Team / Team Manager is responsible for getting names on the back of the jerseys (Optional).

    Players keep their jerseys at the end of the season.


Apparel

Apparel

  • Teams may design and issue their own team apparel. Teams must use the new logo.


Tryout director jason sprague

Tryout Director: Jason Sprague

  • Tryout dates are posted on the MVYHA website. Tryouts will run from October 1st thru October 12th.

  • Bantams, PeeWees, Squirts and U14s, U12s, U10s

  • Return of an outside evaluator group

  • Non-parent A coaches only will be provided with an opportunity to score skaters

  • Non-Parent A coaches also get last 2 picks

  • MVYHA Tryout Manual online


Mite coordinator rich nelson

Mite Coordinator: Rich Nelson

  • Mite 3

  • Mite 2

  • Mite 1

  • Learn to Play Hockey


Girl s coordinator beth kraetsch

Girl’s Coordinator: Beth Kraetsch


Boy s coordinator peter brownlee

Boy’s Coordinator: Peter Brownlee

Brownlee’s Bullets:

  • Have A Practice Plan/Keep Assistants In The Loop

    • Make Practices Interesting. Keep Kids Engaged

    • Use Drills That Can Accomplish More Then One Aspect of Hockey

    • Don’t Be Afraid To Use Stations and Alternative Style Games (ADM)

  • Skating Is Still The Most Important Skill

    • Use Ice Time Wisely!

    • If You Can’t Demonstrate Something Have Someone Handy That Can

  • Emphasize Effort Over Talent

    • In The Long Run Ability Is The Fruit of Hard Work

  • Every Kid Should Have Their Own Water Bottle!


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C

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Sample Practice Plan

F2

F2

F3

F3

F1

F1

Stations

Stations

F

F

D

D

X

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O

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X

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O

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X

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Defender

A puck is placed on faceoff

spot. F tries to get puck and D

uses body to defend puck. Drill

ends when F gets puck or 30 sec.

Defender

A puck is placed on faceoff

spot. F tries to get puck and D

uses body to defend puck. Drill

ends when F gets puck or 30 sec.

Partner Pass w/1 v. 1

Players partner up and begin passes

to each other when coach says go

the player w/puck tries to beat his

partner 1 on 1

Partner Pass w/1 v. 1

Players partner up and begin passes

to each other when coach says go

the player w/puck tries to beat his

partner 1 on 1

3-2 Confined

X’s trying to score. O’s trying stop.

X’s must make 2 passes before

shooting. O’s must stay within

circle until Benny gets puck.

3-2 Confined

X’s trying to score. O’s trying stop.

X’s must make 2 passes before

shooting. O’s must stay within

circle until Benny gets puck.

F

F

XXX

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XXX

D

D

C

C

W

W

W

W

W

W

XXX

XXX

F

F

F

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XXX

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D

D

C

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3 Line Turn and Shoot

3 Line Turn and Shoot

5-3 All Time D

5-3 All Time D

XXX

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D

D

O

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D

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Coach dumps puck in 2 lines of 3 race to get control. The winning team

is on offense and proceeds to try and score. The offensive team has 2 point

players to use. If the Defensive team gets control they must pass it to one

of the point players to go on offense.

Coach dumps puck in 2 lines of 3 race to get control. The winning team

is on offense and proceeds to try and score. The offensive team has 2 point

players to use. If the Defensive team gets control they must pass it to one

of the point players to go on offense.

  • Little Big Biggier (10 min)

  • 3 Line Turn and Shoot (10 min)

  • Stations (20-30 min)

  • 5 on 3 with All Time D

  • Showdown?

  • Little Big Bigger (10 min)

  • 3 Line Turn and Shoot (10 min)

  • Stations (20-30 min)

  • 5 on 3 with All Time D

  • Showdown?


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Coach Selection Notification

  • BantamA, U14 and PeeWee Acoaches have been chosen and will be announced via email (Welcome!)

  • Other approved coaches will be named after teams are selected.

  • Dryland Training

  • Can be done all season, Mites and up

  • Mites/U8 – improve skating form

  • Squirts/U10 – build strength

  • PeeWees/U12 – add explosive jumps

  • Bantams/U14 – strength-endurance


Season planning

Season Planning

  • Parent/Player Meeting

    • Calendar

    • Behavior Agreement

    • Goals – Team and Individual

  • Equipment Check

    • Help the parents

    • Stick – get it in the right hand

  • Practices

    • Plan and Communicate

    • Make players finish drills

    • Don’t s abuse the goalies

      • Have a practice plan in place for goalies (varies by level of play)

      • Encourage mite players to try goalie position and attend Premier goaltender training sessions. We have equipment. (see Troy M.)

      • Each team should encourage/require goalies to attend Premier goaltender training along with a coach (see Troy M.)

    • 100% during drills (15-20 sec) then recover

    • Use small area games


Top development goals

Top Development Goals

  • Game knowledge

  • Stick skills

  • Skating skills

  • Build confidence

  • Develop a love of the game (Make it fun!)


President tim herold

President: Tim Herold

  • The mission of the Mounds View Youth Hockey Association (MVYHA) is to develop individual hockey players within a team concept to the extent allowed by his/her physical abilities and interest

  • Coaches Mission is to develop players at their given level, ensure the players learn team work, learn how to be humble with victory, learn how to deal with loss, try hard to keep it fun, and make them want to come back the next year.

  • A successful season is not dictated by the win / loss columns


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