Mark Hogan posted 10/2/2015
Friendly reminder to all coaches that Sunday's (10/4) coaches meeting begins at 6pm on the ice at PLA. Please bring skates, gloves, stick and helmet!
I am very excited about everyone being on the ice as it is your "office".
Their will be a brief meeting afterward where pizza will be served!
If you haven't done so already, rsvp with your director, Bob Kightly and Mark Hogan.
Policy:Perinton Youth Hockey will reimburse the costs of USA Hockey Coaching Certification to coaches, assistant coaches and board members who successfully pass certification testing and actively participate in PYH league activities.PYH will reimburse each coach for the USA Hockey CEP certification costs with receipt.Conditions:
(1)The clinic must be USA Hockey and PYH board approved,
(2)the coach must successfully complete the clinic and submit the official card ID number to PYH for filing,
(3)Advanced Clinic (Level 4) requires a minimum two-year PYH coaching commitment whereby reimbursement to the coach will be made over the two-year period as 50% year-one, 50% in year-two.In order to receive reimbursement the coach must be in a PYH coaching position.
Procedure:Download and fill out the form “PYH USA Hockey CEP Reimbursement Form” to apply for reimbursement for USA Hockey CEP costs. Once Certification is completed – submit approved form, receipts and copy of the front/back of your USA Hockey CEP Coaches Card.Reimbursement will only be made with prior approval and submission of all requirements – within 30-days of completing the program. Send all paperwork to the ACE Director for Perinton Youth Hockey. Contact information for the PYH ACE Director is listed on the PYH Contacts page.
NOTE - For Level 4 Clinic - please contact the PYH ACE Director at least 30 days prior to the clinic for approval.
Power Skating Hints
What is Power Skating, Anyway? Visit www.laurastamm.com
to read Laura Stamm's description of Power Skating as well as her other articles
on skating. Laura Stamm has designed her own power skating system that is used
by many NHL and International Teams.
For more tips regarding power skating visit
Robby Glantz, is a premier power skating instructor for NHL Players as well
as the International community. Two articles to start with are Tips for
Coaches and 3 Common Skating Errors.
In addition to the above, PYH's own Stephen Crawford has organized information
on Power Skating Tips.
EAHC Aggressive Play Policy *- This policy is intended to provide additional support to the USA Hockey, NYSAHA and EAHC playing rules and regulations, points of emphasis and not necessarily intended to impose supplementary discipline. This policy is intended to draw attention to the dangerous and/or reckless behavior of participants and will hopefully result in modifications to such behavior so that additional supplementary discipline and suspensions are not necessary. This policy is directed at both players and Team Officials.