One of the ways in which we can reduce the chance of injury is by following certain “rules of the rink” during practices and meets. These rules exist to encourage a safe, productive, and enjoyable experience for all. Please ensure that your skaters are familiar with these Protocols and with Sportsmanship prior to skating.
The following behaviours and actions will not be tolerated:
Certainly, we all have bad days and we all make poor decisions at times. However, we must all strive to create an environment that is welcoming, inclusive, and supportive. If you ever want to talk about some of these items please seek out one of the coaches or a Club Executive member.
We like to think that our sport, and our Club, upholds high standards of sportsmanship. Certainly it does not feature some of the poor sportsmanship rampant in other sports. However, there is always room for improvement. To help facilitate improvement, we want to inform members of those principles to which we strive to adhere - Principles of Fair Play. Those principles are:
Respect for officials and their decisions
What do these principles mean in practice?
Cheering on teammates