The August 21st PCYH Board meeting will be at the Village Inn at 6:30pm. All members are welcome to come!
Below please find the "PCYH 2017-18 Registration Information" document. This is a step-by-step guide for registration for the 2017-18 season. We hope this is a helpful guide for getting your player(s) registered!
All coaches and managers MUST have their SafeSport and age specific modules completed ASAP. Please see the guide below to assist you with getting all of the necessary documents completed prior to the 2017-18 season.
NOTE: PCYH's Registrar, Kelly Gribauval-Hite will not be able to roster you to a team and you will not be able to be on the ice at all without these items being completed.
YOU ARE IMPORTANT TO OUR ASSOCIATION!
Below you will find information regarding PCYH volunteer policy and upcoming volunteer opportunities. Please take a moment to review this information and consider volunteering.
Thank you, PCYH Board
Pine City Youth Hockey Girls Hockey Committee for 2017-18 season.
Thank you to everyone that submitted interest in being on the PCYH girls hockey committee.
Our 2017-18 PCYH girls hockey committee is:
The committee will be lead by Girls coordinator: Seth Sauter.
Phone: 320-224-9802 - E-Mail: email@example.com
Congratulations to Marco, Jenny and Krissy for being voted onto the PCYH Board of Directors by the membership. Since the Annual meeting Nick Rydberg resigned his position on the board, he has one year remaining in his term, leaving a vacancy. The Board of Directors decided to ask the next most vote earner to fill the vacancy, Paul Kirby. He has accepted the opportunity to fill the vacancy left by Nick. Thank you Kirby.
The STP is an on-ice training program for those skaters in grades 7-12. Those who are interested can get more info from the attached flyer.
All Dragon gear must be ordered and purchased directly from Lee's Pro Shop now that the deadline has passed for the group order. You most likely will not receive it before Christmas.
Recent injuries, complaints and damage to property require that we review the rules of the shooting station at the west end of the hockey arena. The space was allotted to youth hockey as a tool to promote skill development, exercise and training on the basis that we (all of the members of the association) maintain the equipment and supervise the area. The space remains the property of the Civic Center and we could lose access to it if we continue to allow it to be used as a jungle gym with sticks. Please review the rules and explain them to your athlete(s). Also, don't hesitate to remind someone of the rules if/when you see them in violation.
As of the new year (Jan 1, 2016), PCYH board is prepared to discipline athletes who refuse to comply with the rules. Restriction from the area tied with a loss of game eligibility (they won't be allowed to play in a game) are being considered as consquences.
The shooting area is a great thing and is mostly used for it's intended purpose. We just need to tighten things up to maintain the equipment and avoid future injury to our kids.
SHOOTING AREA RULES
1) Helmets and gloves must be worn at all times
2) Shooting pucks in the caged area only
3) No more than two players in the cage at one time
4) No playing hockey in this area during hockey games (youth or High School)
5) Pucks are not allowed outside the caged area
Failure to follow these rules may result in loss of playing time.
Thank you for your immediate attention to these rules.
PCYH will be selling wreaths again this year. Updated order forms and information will be provided when the fundraiser begins. If you are collecting orders before season starts, below is the information used for the previous 2016-17 season. Orders typically need to be in by November 4th. Wreaths are ready for pick-up on mid -November at the outdoor rink warming house.