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    Created: Sep 24, 2011 11:35 AM, Updated: Feb 27, 2017 1:25 PM
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    HEAD CONTACT RULE
    The wording included in the Hockey Canada Rule Book, outlining when the penalty is to be called and what penalty is to be assessed. Many of you who are wondering what the rule is all about now have an answer.
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    5 Qualities of a Team Player
    In hockey, our kids get put on a team - whether it's house or select, and the coach needs to help these young athletes play together successfully. Give your kids a heads up and share with them five qualities that make a great team player.
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    If normal parents Acted like Hockey Parents
    What if parents of young children behaved the same way at the local Christmas pageant as some do at a kids’ hockey game? Read this humourous script examining how crazy some of the things you hear parents yelling at the arena would sound in another setting.
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    Safe and Fun Hockey: A Parent's Approach
    A slide show developed by Hockey Canada that highlights the roles and responsibilities of Hockey Parents.
     
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    Coming for the 2014 season...
    Effective August 31, 2014, the ‘Respect in Hockey’ initiative will require all Team Officials, On-ice Volunteers, On-Ice Officials and Parents to take the appropriate ‘Respect’ education. At least one parent or guardian of each player registered in minor hockey in the OMHA will be required to complete the Respect in Sport - Parent Program as a condition of participation. The one-hour online course is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game.
     
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    Respect in Hockey OMHA Implementation Plan
    Background on the new initiative which will require one parent of every player under the age of 18 to complete a 1 hour online course. There may be a nominal fee PMHA will have more details soon.
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    Hockey Canada Safety Essentials LINKS
    Links to multiple HOCKEY CANADA resources for parents.
     
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    Hockey New Brunswick tries to ban negative social media comments
    While SPORTS BLOGS like network54, and social media set out with the intention of generating discussion and providing information for the sports fan, all too often it is being used by parents to anonymously bash players and other programs...in some cases they even use it it criticize their own players. It has gotten to the point where some provinces are looking into ways to enforce their own sport organizations' policies. This article looks at New Brunswick's efforts regarding this all to common practice.
     
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    TSN Original reORIENTATION
    ReOrientation is a three-part feature on athletics and homosexuality that aired in January on SportsCentre.
     
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    Hockey Canada 100th Anniversary School Program - Free for teachers to use
    It is with great excitement that we launch the Hockey Canada 100th Anniversary School Program. Our goal is to engage students in curricular-based learning, enthuse them with hockey activities, and enrich their knowledge and appreciation of the game of hockey. This website gives teachers a preview of lessons in all subjects and grades. We encourage you to look at the lesson plans, and perhaps even engage your students in some of the activities. Our only request is that you sign up to continue using the site. The good news? It's FREE! We just need your information – school, location and grade – and you will receive a password to use the site. The Hockey Canada Writer’s Group will continue to populate the site with exciting new lessons for your students for the 2014-15 school year! We appreciate your support, and look forward to feedback about the lessons!
     
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    Hockey Canada 100th Anniversary School Program - Free!
    It is with great excitement that we launch the Hockey Canada 100th Anniversary School Program. Our goal is to engage students in curricular-based learning, enthuse them with hockey activities, and enrich their knowledge and appreciation of the game of hockey. This website gives teachers a preview of lessons in all subjects and grades. We encourage you to look at the lesson plans, and perhaps even engage your students in some of the activities. Our only request is that you sign up to continue using the site. The good news? It's FREE! We just need your information – school, location and grade – and you will receive a password to use the site. The Hockey Canada Writer’s Group will continue to populate the site with exciting new lessons for your students for the 2014-15 school year! We appreciate your support, and look forward to feedback about the lessons!
     
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    Hometown Hockey - Now Available in Digital Version
    The Ontario Minor Hockey Association is proud to deliver the Fall edition of Hometown Hockey Magazine in a digital version. Focusing on the pride, passion and participation of our national game, Hometown Hockey™ delivers a cross-section of interviews, profiles, playing and coaching tips, equipment reviews, activities and contests. Specific departments target players, parents, coaches, trainers, referees, administrators and fans. From house league to the NHL, Hometown Hockey™ scores with its readers! Hometown Hockey Magazine is now available, complimentary, in an electronic format. The new digital edition contains all of the great content from the printed version, plus videos and links to websites that will allow you to interact with Hometown Hockey Magazine like never before!
     
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    Hometown Hockey - Now Available in Digital Version
    The Ontario Minor Hockey Association is proud to deliver the Fall edition of Hometown Hockey Magazine in a digital version. Focusing on the pride, passion and participation of our national game, Hometown Hockey™ delivers a cross-section of interviews, profiles, playing and coaching tips, equipment reviews, activities and contests. Specific departments target players, parents, coaches, trainers, referees, administrators and fans. From house league to the NHL, Hometown Hockey™ scores with its readers! Hometown Hockey Magazine is now available, complimentary, in an electronic format. The new digital edition contains all of the great content from the printed version, plus videos and links to websites that will allow you to interact with Hometown Hockey Magazine like never before!
     
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    Food For Thought
    Kasey Dennis is a rarity among minor hockey parents, not because she loses her temper, but because she admits it. “It’s the adrenalin,” says Dennis, whose nine-year-old son, Evan, plays for the Winter Hawks, a minor atom AA team from Innisfil, Ont. “It’s a team sport. You want them to win. You get caught up in the moment, and I’m the type of person who doesn’t take stuff sitting down.” She recalls an incident last season that brought her as close as she’s been to physical confrontation at a children’s sporting event. The Hawks were playing a tournament game in Richmond Hill, Ont. She could hear parents of players on the opposing team calling to their youngsters. “Take ’em out!” they were saying......
     
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    Groundbreaking OHL suspensions for online abuse, but misogyny will persist without plan
     
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    Respect in Sport Fairplay Code
    Respect in Sport Fair Play Code is a very important document to all parents, players, coaches, organizations, etc. This year is the first that Petrolia Minor Hockey required at least one parent from each family complete this online training in order for their child(ren) to take part in minor hockey. Approximately one hour is required to complete this training and is a good step to creating a positive and respectful environment for all in our minor hockey system.
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    Don't Be That Guy
    7 Attributes of Bad Minor Hockey Coaches....take a read, does this sound like you? If so you may want to take a look at why you do what you do and how this affects the experience of the players on your team.
     
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    Does Birth Month Affect Success In Hockey
    Topic for debate, take a read through this blog and consider what you believe. There is evidence on either side of this issue for sure, just food for thought if this sort of thing interests you....
     
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    OWHA to Parents - Stay Off Network 54
    No idea what Network 54 is? Well this blog is truly a negative, highly criticized, bully promotion tool that many parents across Ontario have taken to reading, posting, gossiping about and the Ontario Women's Hockey Association has taken a strong stand and issues this statement to parents - "STAY OFF NETWORK 54". If you haven't gone there - don't, if you are there - stop, this site is truly parents bullying other parents, coaches, kids, organizations, etc. and this is a terrible way to show our girls and boys to act. Far too many kids and their families in particular have been hurt but the garbage that is posted here. Just my opinion...
     
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    New to Hockey? All you need to know...
    This is the Canadian Tire website that will help those who may be considering registering their kids on hockey. What equipment is needed and what are the costs. The JumpStart program can also be accessed here, this helps kids who may not have been able to afford to play hockey.
     
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    History of Junior Hockey from Petrolia
    History of the former Petrolia Jets, now known as the Lambton Shores Predators. Also includes a list of those who went on to varying levels of success in the NHL.
     
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    Time off from hockey?
    Here is an interesting view from a mom's perspective. Some kids now play all year round but is the too much hockey? Take a read through and see what you think after....
     
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    Six Ways to Improve Your Game this Off Season
    As many teams enter into playoffs and parents start to hope for spring, this web article provides some insight into how your player can improve skills in the off seasons. For kids, developing skills is the most important aspect according to new views vs. playing games. Just another view....
     
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    HOW TO DESTROY YOUR CHILD'S ATHLETIC FUTURE IN 3 EASY STEPS
     
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    10 sanity tips for minor hockey parents
     
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    Goalie Guidance
     
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    Goalie 101 - Butterfly
     
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    How to warm up your Goalie
     
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    Food on the Go - Hockey Family
     
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    Selecting and Sizing a Goalie Stick
     
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    24 tips for raising young hockey players
     
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    A former NHLers take on Youth Hockey
     
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    How to use your rink markings
     
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    Diabetes in sport with Max Domi
    This week a friend of our family had a son 5 years old diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. You can play sports at a top level with this - Max is doing it. What a great role model for kids dealing with this diagnosis. THANK YOU!
     
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    how to raise a hockey player
     
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    22 things you will never regret doing as a sports parent.
     
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    Goalie Parent Culture: It's up to us
     
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    How to Properly Warm up and Stretch before a game - Players Pre Game
     
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    Healthy Smoothies - Healthy kids recipes on the go
     
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    Hockey is Supposed to be Fun - Minor Hockey Life
     
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    Young Goalie Training advice for Parents
     
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    The ups and downs of being a Goalie Mom
     
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    What comes first Success or Confidence
     
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    Supporting your child being a Goalie
     
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    Talent gets you noticed - Character gets you recurited
     
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    The Car ride home....
     
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    beginners guide to skate sharpening.
     
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    What it means to be Coachable
     
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    Hockey Cheat Sheet - terms and rules!
     
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    On the Mental Side - by NHL Goalie Ben Scrivens
     
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    Goalie Parent Culture - It's up to us
     
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    minor hockey is for Children
     
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    24 tips for raising young hockey players
     
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    how to gain on ice speed with off ice training
     
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    Goaltending does not win championships
     
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    Hockey parenting gone wrong
    This is a news article from CTV news about parental behaviour in Edmonton - but we all need to be aware of behaviour at the rink.
     
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    My life as a Third String Goalie
     
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    Goalie Gear
     
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    Hockey Cheat Sheet
     
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    Overbearing parents ruin minor hockey for kids
     
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    Potluck meals can give travelling sports teams a boost
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    Best Gifts For Hockey Players
     
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    10 Sanity Tips for Minor Hockey Parents
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    5 Things Coaches say That Drive Goalies Crazy
     
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    Keep your child's love of the sport alive
     
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    One tank of Gas at a time: Parent Survival Tips
     
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    Gary Roberts: The importance of nutrition in hockey
     
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