Vice President - Committee Chairperson
In personal development throughout youth sports, the player, his/her parents, coaches and administrators play a critical role. To insure that all participants work together to get the optimum benefits from a great sport, like youth hockey, they need to be on the same page regarding their roles and responsibilities.
Each player must understand and respect his/her relationship with each other, the commitments they share and the requirements as a member of their team, the club, and USA Hockey. Participants must also recognize that to achieve complete success, they should understand both the values and goals of USA Hockey and the Code of Conduct contained herein.
The Code of Conduct has been developed to aid the participants in achieving a level of behavior that will allow all concerned to maximize the benefits of youth hockey development and guide the athlete in becoming a well-rounded, self confident and productive human being.
Three critical points are required to achieve a positive and healthy relationship between players, parents and coaches. They are to clearly define the roles of each participant, establish rules of behavior, and insure communications of expected conduct to all parties. The contention is that a clear understanding will help to prevent or curtail negative behavior.
Mites – Lynn Hrabik
Squirt – Noelle Lammers
Pee Wee A - Joel Nischke
Pee Wee B - Tasha Steif
Bantam – Desiree Arneson
High School – Karen Wegenke
Player Rep 1 – Sam Rusch
Player Rep 2 – Ryan Wegenke
SHL Coach Rep - Travis Olson
At Large Member 1 – Amy Plosczynski
At Large Member 2 – Jim Fisken
At Large Member 3 –