SJHA is dedicated to the maintenance and dynamic growth of youth hockey in Washington State while developing Seattle Junior Hockey Association as one of the premier youth athletic programs in North America.
ALL *Responsible for team jerseys received from Equipment Manager, must collect jerseys from all players following games and see to cleaning care of jerseys & pant shells.
REP * Maintain Team Roster ~ Send Initial roster with Birth Certificates or Passports to
. Foreign Players must have a copy of I-94. Roster should be checked no less than every 4 weeks.
If you have a Roster Change: i.e. add or delete player, you must notify the Hockey Office ASAP prior to the next game or that gamesheet may become null and void toward the 10/20 rule. Adding a player will require the necessary forms noted above.
REP *Games will not count toward 10/20 rule until completed roster and documents have been received and roster maintained correctly.
ALL *Under coach's direction, schedule all out of league (exhibition) games.
Retain and maintain all necessary USA Hockey player forms (*and birth certificates for REP) in a team binder and carry at all times.
Secure locker room and key for all games. Inform visiting team of location of their locker room and key.
Fill out score sheets as instructed by head coach.
Forward hotel/lodging information to visiting teams.
Act as intermediary between parents and coaches.
Manager should put together a staff of personnel to handle the following tasks:
Off Ice Officials (Scorekeepers and Penalty Boxes)
Team Party Planner
Hotel Planner/Tournament Travel
Snack Schedule (optional)
Game Music (optional)
Players CANNOT be on two rosters at the same time for any National Bound Team.
Any player being added or removed from roster must be reported to the Registrar.
If a player is being added for just a weekend, you need to follow up on Monday to get that player removed from your roster and back to their original roster (both managers should follow up).
REP *You MUST save each supplemental roster in your credential binder.
If you are ever confused about what to do, contact the Hockey Office for guidance.
Requests for ice or release of ice should be addressed to Director Kris Wilson.
Ice Swaps with other teams need not be approved by association but swap reported to Kris and KT.
All Referees are scheduled through the association.Submit request to Registrar if it is not a regularly scheduled game.
Unused ice not returned to association nor traded will be charged to your team.Give at least one week notification.
Financial Responsibilities - Rep Teams
Build a Budget – includes coaches stipend, costs for tournaments, buses and other team expenses.
Budget should include rooms for 2 coaches.
Every family on team is responsible for paying their share of expenses.Player may be suspended or released if payments are not made.
Essential that budget is presented to parents before its final approval.
Monthly statement to families should be provided to all families.
Managers will collect all monies from their team.
Once all monies have been collected you will meet with us to pick up the Raffle Tickets to distribute to your team.
Two per family policy; The oldest player(s) division(s) will be responsible. Player tickets must be purchased with their respective teams.
Complete Background Screening - Must be done every two years. To check the status of your Background Screening Click Here
To Complete the Background Screening USA - Click Here Canadian - Click Here
(If you have resided in Canada in the last 5 years you must complete the registration above AND this Canadian application.)