Ice Hockey New South Wales 2014 Members - NSW Ice Hockey

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Ice Hockey New South Wales 2014 Members Handbook A Guide for Members & Officials on the Administration & Local Regulations of Ice Hockey in New South ...

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Ice Hockey New South Wales 2014 Members Handbook A Guide for Members & Officials on the Administration & Local Regulations of Ice Hockey in New South Wales Effective March 1st 2014 to February 28th 2015 www.nswicehockey.com.au

PO Box 3266 North Strathfield NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, 2127 Phone: 8116 9811 Fax: 8732 1625

Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au Email: [email protected]

New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Inc. ABN 72 503 170 415

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1 Regulatory Bodies Controlling Ice Hockey In New South Wales ...............................................1 2 Operating Structure Of NSW Ice Hockey Association Inc. .........................................................2 NSWIHA Inc. Committee of Management ......................................................................................2 The Association's Democratic Structure .........................................................................................2 Procedure for Enquiries, Complaints & Contacting IHNSW ...........................................................4 Sanctioning of Special Games .......................................................................................................4 3 IHNSW Seasons ..............................................................................................................................5 IHNSW Season Dates ....................................................................................................................5 Number and Time Periods of League Games ................................................................................5 4 Club Affiliation & Membership Registration of Players & Officials ............................................7 Club Affiliation Fee .........................................................................................................................7 Registration Categories & Fees for Annual Membership ...............................................................7 Membership Fees Cover ................................................................................................................8 Expiry of Annual Membership Registrations ...................................................................................8 Registration Process ......................................................................................................................9 Membership Age Grades for Players ...........................................................................................10 Interclub Transfers ........................................................................................................................11 Rules Governing Imports / Overseas Visitors ...............................................................................11 State Team Eligibility ....................................................................................................................12 National Team Eligibility ...............................................................................................................13 5 Team Competition & Officials ......................................................................................................14 Requirements for Entering Teams ................................................................................................14 Rules Governing "Playing Up" into Higher Age Grades ...............................................................14 Rules Governing Player Uniforms & Equipment ...........................................................................16 How Team Standings are Determined .........................................................................................17 Rules Governing Player Eligibility for Play-Offs / Finals ...............................................................17 How Semi-Finals & Finals are Structured .....................................................................................18 Player Awards ..............................................................................................................................18 Referee Information ......................................................................................................................19 Procedures for Protests & Complaints from Games .....................................................................20 6 Forfeitures, Suspensions, Illegal or Ineligible Players, Tribunal, Penalties & Anti-doping ...21 Penalties For Game Forfeits .........................................................................................................21 Cancelled Games .........................................................................................................................21 The Definition of an Illegal or Ineligible Player .............................................................................21 Tribunals and Rules Governing Suspended Players ....................................................................22 Penalties for Playing a Suspended, Illegal or Ineligible Player .....................................................23 IHA & IHNSW Anti-Doping Policy .................................................................................................23 7 Special Game Rules Relating To Particular Grades ..................................................................25 Special Rules for Atoms ...............................................................................................................25 Special Rules for Pee Wees .........................................................................................................25 Special Rules for Bantams ...........................................................................................................26 Special Rules for Midgets .............................................................................................................26 Special Rules for East Coast Super League ................................................................................26 Special Rules for Senior B Divisions ............................................................................................30 Special Rules for Women's Grade ...............................................................................................32 Special Rules for Goalkeepers .....................................................................................................32 Effective 1 March 2014

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Special Rules for State Representative Teams ............................................................................32 8 Team Managers Administrative Responsibilities ......................................................................34 Club Team Managers ...................................................................................................................34 State Team Managers ..................................................................................................................34 Coaches .......................................................................................................................................35 9 General Administrative Game Rules ...........................................................................................36 Appendices .......................................................................................................................................38 Attachment 1 - Instructions on how to fill in team and game report sheets (2 pages). .................38 Attachment 2 - Example Official Team Sheet ...............................................................................40 Attachment 3 - Blank Official Team Sheet ....................................................................................41 Attachment 4 - Example Game Report Sheet ..............................................................................42 Attachment 5 - Blank Game Report Sheet ...................................................................................43 Attachment 6 - Registration Forms ...............................................................................................44 Attachment 7 - Players Code of Conduct .....................................................................................47 Attachment 8 - Parents and Active Volunteers Code of Conduct .................................................48 Attachment 9 - Coaches and Managers Code of Ethics ...............................................................49 Attachment 10 - Waiver of Liability ...............................................................................................50 Attachment 11 - Medical Authority Release .................................................................................51 Attachment 12 - Playing Up Approval ...........................................................................................53 Attachment 13 - Officials Report Sheet ........................................................................................54 Attachment 14 - Child Protection ..................................................................................................56 Attachment 15 - Representative Players Code of Conduct ..........................................................57 Attachment 16 - Player's Transfer/Clearance ...............................................................................58 Attachment 17 - Players Game Participation Form ......................................................................59 Attachment 18 - Suspension list and Offences as of 2011 ...........................................................60 Attachment 19 - Abbreviation of Game Penalties .........................................................................69 Attachment 20 - Game Venues and Ice Rink Addresses .............................................................71 Attachment 21 - Sanctioning of Special Games - Checklist .........................................................72 Attachment 22 - Meeting Procedures ...........................................................................................73

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1 Regulatory Bodies Controlling Ice Hockey In New South Wales

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• Ice Hockey in New South Wales is conducted according to the rules and regulations of the International Ice Hockey Federation, the Australian Ice Hockey Federation Incorporated and the New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Incorporated and the Constitutions of the Australian Ice Hockey Federation Incorporated and the New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Incorporated, unless otherwise stated. • The New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Incorporated carries the sole responsibility for the conduct of all officially sanctioned games in New South Wales. • The playing rules of the current IIHF Rule Book apply, unless otherwise stated. • These rules are enforceable under the Constitution and By Laws of the New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Inc., as approved by the New South Wales Department of Fair Trading. A copy of the Constitution and By Laws can be downloaded from the website www.nswicehockey.com.au • No amendment to any existing rule will be retrospective. • The New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Incorporated operates under the registered name of Ice Hockey New South Wales and the Association will be referred to as IHNSW in most instances from here on. • The Australian Ice Hockey Federation operates under the registered name of Ice Hockey Australia and will be referred to as IHA herein.

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2 Operating Structure Of NSW Ice Hockey Association Inc.

NSWIHA Inc. Committee of Management Official Committee Members are elected at the Annual General Meeting each year. The Committee consists of the following elected officers: Executive • President • Vice President • Secretary • Treasurer Ordinary Members Four are determined each year at the AGM. Additional Officers Additional Officers are appointed by the Committee at the beginning of the season. One Delegate is appointed by each Club Affiliate and has voting rights at Committee meetings. The following appointed Officers do not have voting rights at Committee meetings: • Coaching Director • Development Officer • Game Official / Referee Administrator • Insurance & Government Liaison Officer • Northern Regions Referee Coordinator • Playing Operations Director • Referee Development Director • Senior Representative Officer • Social Justice Officer • Sports Medicine Director • Tournament Director • Women's Hockey Director An Executive Officer is employed by the NSWIHA Inc. at Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127.

The Association's Democratic Structure The New South Wales Ice Hockey Association is incorporated in New South Wales and is governed by the will of the majority of members through the Committee of Management and the provisions of the Constitution of the New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Inc., as registered with the NSW Department of Fair Trading. Ordinary Members of the Committee of Management Four are decided by ballot at the NSWIHA Inc. Annual General Meeting, in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinary Member Nomination Form,

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distributed prior to every AGM. Ordinary Members from the nominations received MUST be elected at the AGM each year. In the event that nominations are not received one week prior to the AGM, nominations will be accepted from the floor, provided the nominee is present and able to accept the nomination. Unfilled Ordinary Member positions do not remain vacant however, in the event of a casual vacancy occurring, the Committee may appoint a member of the Association to fill the vacancy and that member will hold office until the conclusion of the AGM next following the date of appointment.

Club Delegates are to be appointed on Club letterhead and forwarded to th Executive Officer, for approval by the Committee of Management meeting at the commencement of the year. All Club Committee members must be registered with IHNSW. Only the NSWIHA Inc. Committee of Management and appointed Club Delegates are eligible to vote at Committee meetings and as proxies are not permitted, only the votes of those present count. Although a club may have more than one appointed Club Delegate, only a single Club Delegate vote may be cast on a Club's behalf at any CoM meeting. Functional, non-voting officers are appointed annually by the Committee of Management and also attend Committee meetings to promote discussion and recommendations in the administration of the sport, for their specific areas of responsibility. (See list of officers on page 2). Elected officers that take a strictly "club" view are discouraged and unlikely to be re-elected by the members.

In essence, it is the view of the majority of Club Delegates that gove direction of the NSW Ice Hockey Association Inc. For this reason, it is important that club members communicate their views to their Club Delegates, and where possible assist in some way in the workings of their club - members may be surprised at the number of small tasks that require assistance! With just a little help from members, the sport will continue for the benefit of all. Any financial member is welcome to attend meetings of the Committee of Management, as an observer. His/her Club Delegate may request that a member be invited to participate in the discussion on any matters of great interest they may have. Meetings of the Committee of Management are normally held monthly. The Executive Officer will confirm the time & place for interested members, or check the website for the year's meeting schedule. Meetings are conducted in accordance with the Constitution and are chaired by the President. The Minutes of all meetings are circulated to the Committee of Management, Club Delegates, Appointed Officers and any visitors attending the meeting.

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Procedure for Enquiries, Complaints & Contacting IHNSW

Note: Any enquiries MUST be made to (or via) a member's Club Committee Delegate, before approaching IHNSW. Initially, a Team Manager is the first person to approach with an enquiry. More serious complaints of harassment or abuse or non-game / play related grievances, should initially be directed to a member's club Social Justice Officer / Committee of Management, who may then report to the IHNSW Social Justice Officer / Committee of Management. Due process will then be followed as per the NSWIHA Inc By-Laws and Constitution. It is highly unlikely that IHNSW will directly enter correspondence with individual club members, unless it can be determined that the issue has been dealt with in an unsatisfactory manner by the respective officer of the relevant club. Note: Any member taking an issue to an external authority before giving the Committee of Management of the NSWIHA Inc. a reasonable time to respond and / or take action, is likely to face disciplinary proceedings as per the Rules in the NSWIHA Inc. Constitution. All Officers of IHNSW are keen to assist members to get the best out of their participation in the sport of Ice Hockey. When appropriate, the identity and contact details for all appointed officers can be obtained from your club or IHNSW Executive Officer. Refer to the front cover of this Handbook for contact details for IHNSW.

Sanctioning of Special Games Refer to Attachment 21 - Sanctioning of Special Games - Checklist. Sanctioning requests must be received in writing to IHNSW with all required supporting documents a minimum of 7 days before the event. An INHSW-sanctioned event includes all games, club try-outs and training sessions, State Team selections and training and any Special, Exhibition or Invitational games conducted under the auspices of IHNSW, or in which IHA and/or IHNSW insurers may have a liability. Sanctioned events must comply with all IHNSW and/or IHA Rules, pertaining to registration, membership, accreditation, coaches, managers, on-ice officials, uniforms and the provisions of the NSW Child Protection Act, with game reports for every match submitted to IHSNW. Referees and Linesman are to be paid at the IHNSW grade level. Sanctioning of Special Games Sanctioning is required for any home or away event involving members of another IHA member State Association or visiting international team and in both cases, IHNSW will also have to seek IHA approval.

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3 IHNSW Seasons

IHNSW Season Dates Winter League Season commences: Saturday, 22nd March 2014 Season will finish by: Sunday, 14th September 2014

• All memberships expire on the last day of February each year. • Playing members are able to train until the end of February but are unregistered after this date unless proof of registration can be shown. • The deadline for players and officials for round one of the Winter League this year will be Tuesday, March 1st. Members' registrations must b forwarded to the office by this date as part of a team rather than as individuals, and registrations must include a remittance and be part of a team list. • Teams cannot commence playing until a full team list with covering registrations is received by the IHNSW office. • Only teams with full player lists and registrations will be included in the draw. • There will be no MINOR league fixtures for the middle weekend of the July school holidays. • Long week-ends and National Championship schedules will be avoided wherever possible. • Some grades may start later or finish earlier than the above dates. • Changes in the availability of ice time at short notice may force late changes to the draw. • There will be no league games played over the Easter long weekend in 2014.

Number and Time Periods of League Games The objective of IHNSW is to provide 18 competition games for each team (excluding the play-offs / finals), subject to available ice time. There are exceptions to Atom, Senior B and East Coast Super League - see Special Rules pertaining to these grades. All games (except East Coast Super League* & Summer Senior B), have a maximum duration of 60 minutes and are played in three timed periods with 1 minute (minimum) intervals, as follows:• First two periods: 15 minutes running time • Third period: 10 minutes running time and up to 5 minutes of stop time*, or the game limit of 60 minutes, whichever is first.** During running time, the time clock will only stop when the referee calls timeout. Note: If the score differential exceeds 10 goals, further goals should not be displayed and the stop time is not applicable. *Time

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**Timekeeper

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is authorised to announce the return to running time as require

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4 Club Affiliation & Membership Registration of Players & Officials

Club Affiliation Fee Each club affiliated to IHNSW must be an Incorporated Association in its own right. Each club must renew its affiliation with IHNSW each year. This year the club affiliation fee has been set at $110.00 (Inclusive of GST), payable before member registrations can be lodged. Affiliation will not be accepted without a full financial report (unless the club is less than one year old), a financial clearance letter from the home rink and a copy of Form 12 that has been lodged with the DFT and the criteria according to the By-Laws on affiliation, are met. This will apply to each affiliating club each year.

Registration Categories & Fees for Annual Membership [Please note that all Fees are inclusive of GST). Category

Description Includes Game Scorers, Time Keepers, Active helpers & club officials that do not enter the team bench (non-public / unscreened areas). Registration forms must be submitted. Casual Member Come and Try activities only - valid for eight weeks. (Registration form must be submitted to club official before partaking in activity, to obtain sports injury cover). Forms to be submitted to the office. Non-Playing Officials* ** Non-playing managers, penalty box officials and those authorised to enter the team bench area. Non-Playing Coaches & 17 and under.

Total Fee $1.00

Trainers* **

18 and over.

$100.00

Non-Playing Referees

17 and under.

$80.00

and Line Officials*

18 and over.

$100.00

IHNSW Development

17 and under.

$95.00

18 and over.

$125.00

17 and under.

$95.00

18 and over.

$125.00

Aged 17 & under as at the 31st December. Aged *18 & over as at the 31st December. Under 23 years of age. Aged 18 and over as of 31st December.

$220.00 $265.00 $265.00 $295.00 $241.00 $146.00

Volunteers*

In-House Players

Junior Players Senior Players ECSL Senior Division Players AIHL ITC Player - first season only.

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No Charge

$30.00

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Category

Description

Total Fee

*

Players aged 18 and above who also act in an official capacity with U/18 players, must also complete a Child Protection Form. *

These members must complete a Child Protection Form if over 18.

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In addition, these members must also complete a Coaches and Managers Code of Ethics Form.

Note: Clubs may levy an all-inclusive fee to cover the above registration (includes insurances, state & federal administration & affiliation), club affiliation, game referee & line officials' fees, club administration expenses & the cost of training ice. There will also be a small charge for each game played to cover ice time costs. IHNSW strongly recommends that each affiliated club gets Directors and Officers Liability Insurance.

Membership Fees Cover The following information is provided as a broad indication of how the fees are formulated: • Sports Injury & Public Liability Insurance; • State administration wages & on costs, office equipment & consumables; • Committee of Management meetings; • Ice Hockey Australia Executive Officer's wages & on costs; • Ice Hockey Australia office equipment, consumables, officers' travel and expense reimbursements; • Development and officials programs, recognition trophies, uniforms, patches etc; and • Referee fee subsidies, insurance indemnities for IHNSW and its Officers, and affiliation fees. A full copy of the Association's annual accounts are tabled at every Annual General Meeting or are available for inspection at the office.

Expiry of Annual Membership Registrations Annual membership registrations for Winter League players are due on the 1st of March each year.

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Leagu

Teams are able to train until the last day of February each year however, if annual membership fees are not paid in full by March 1st each year, members are not insured and cannot train or play until registration fees have bee received. IHNSW will not accept any responsibility for any person who is not a financial member. An un-financial member training and / or playing who subsequently becomes a financial member, will be required to state his/her case before the tribunal

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panel and may be subject to a suspension period before being allow play in competition games.

Registration Process A member registering on-line will still be subject to providing any required documentation such as ID and clearance / transfer forms, before registration will be recognised by IHNSW. All registrations must be submitted through an affiliated club of IHNSW. Applicants must become a financial member of an affiliated club of their choice by paying the appropriate fees as set by that club. IHNSW will not accept direct paper registrations. Only ECSL age players can register with ECSL. Registration is conditional on club approval. Online registration does not guarantee you will be placed in a team. First time applicants must also submit a certified copy certificate or their passport, (driver's licence or proof of age card are also acceptable if over 18), certified by his/her Club Secretary / Registrar. Players must be registered with a team playing in the IHNSW competition. A team list accompanied by the relevant registration forms must be sent together. Individual registrations will not be accepted unless the initial team registrations have already been sent, or a member registers on-line. All Elected Club Committee members must have a minimum registration of Non Playing Official Senior (NPOS). Once the season's team lists have been submitted, late applicants must nominate on their registration forms which division and team they intend to play in. It is recommended that a parent or both parents of a junior aged player should register at the same time as their child as an Active Volunteer, to assist with scoring and timekeeping. This will help eliminate officials appearing on Game Reports who are not registered. All Scorekeepers and Timekeepers must be registered Active Volunteers (minimum registration category). Incomplete registrations that do not have full payment, or are without supporting documentation where necessary, will be returned to the club and no insurance cover or membership benefits will apply. Clubs will have a maximum of two weeks to forward a clearance after registration. This will also apply to on-line registrations. Club Officials have a maximum of 14 days to forward a completed member application and supporting documentation to IHNSW before that member is regarded as 'ineligible'. An application will only become a valid registration when the Executive Officer of IHNSW receives the complete application either paper or on-line (including supporting documents), and relevant payment from the club. Coaches / managers who allow players to play without valid registrations will be held responsible for the illegal player fine of $100.00 (No GST required). The team will forfeit all points gained in that game.

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The Committee of Management subsequently has the right to reject any application at its sole discretion with the applicant having the right to appeal for reconsideration within one month. The Committee's decision is final, unless otherwise directed by the members at a Special General Meeting. In the event of a rejected application, a refund of the registration fee may be considered by the Committee of Management.

Membership Age Grades for Players Player registrations for all divisions are accepted on the basis of the age as at December 31st of the registration year. All players must be registered in their respective age grade. No exceptions will be made. This does not prevent them from playing in higher age grades only, with the relevant documentation. If there are enough teams to have both an AA and A Division in any grade, they will operate under the same contact / non-contact rules. Female players are eligible to play in the Midget and Bantam age grades. Players are permitted to play with only a single team in the same grade, including Senior B Division. Please refer to the Special Rules for Senior B.

Age Grades & Rules for AA & A Divisions (if applicable) Following are rules and regulations for AA & A divisions: • Maximum of one team per club in each division unless determined otherwise by the committee. • A maximum of 20 players plus 2 goalies per team.

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Grade

Age Group

Atoms

11 & under Mixed (as at 31 Body contact, no deliberate December of registration checking. No slapshot year)

Playing Rules

Pee Wees

13 & under Mixed (as at 31 Body contact, no deliberate December of registration checking. No slapshot year)

Bantam

15 & under Mixed (as at 31 Full Contact December of registration year)

Midgets

18 and under Mixed (as at 31 December of registration year)

Full Contact

Women

Female only: First year bantam age and up; peewee age players permitted with the appropriate playing up consent form.

Body contact, no deliberate checking

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Grade

Age Group

East Coast Super League

Open Age Male, 23 or Full Contact under as of 31 December of registration year (only 5 players per team permissible over the age of

Playing Rules

National League

Open Age Male

Full Contact

Open Age Mixed (over 18 only)

Body contact, no deliberate checking

Under AIHL management Senior B Division

Interclub Transfers A player must obtain an official clearance from his/her previous overseas, interstate or local club, by writing to the secretary of the club and requesting a written response on an official letterhead within 14 days. If any club allows a member to play without the required clearance documentation, the member will be deemed an illegal player and the club will be fined accordingly. Clubs are required to respond to a player's request for a transfer clearance within 7 days. If a clearance is refused, the club must respond and inform IHNSW. If a club fails to respond within 7 days, the player may appeal in writing to IHNSW for immediate clearance to play. If a player has been refused clearance, he/she has a right of appeal to the Committee of Management, who may uphold the refusal or grant the clearance at its sole discretion and its decision is final. IHNSW will not become involved in financial disputation between individual members and their clubs (Incorporated Associations in their own right). In the event that a request for clearance is refused due to a financial liability, the onus is on the member to resolve the matter with their club and to the satisfaction of both parties. Any resultant action and/or litigation is a matter for and between the individual member and his/her club alone. If a player who has been cleared to an interstate or overseas club returns in the same season, he/she must return to his/her original club.

Rules Governing Imports / Overseas Visitors IIHF Regulations state that any player moving from one country to another requires transfer approval. This approval is required irrespective of whether or not the individual played hockey in his/her country of birth. Australian citizens returning to Australia after having transferred to another country on an unlimited (permanent) transfer, will require a transfer approval to play in Australia.

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The only exemption to the requirement for a transfer approval is where the player was under 10 years of age when he/she migrated to Australia with his/ her parents. No transfer approval is required.

Ice Hockey Australia defines an Import player as a non-Australian b player who does not hold Australian citizenship or permanent residency status, but has a valid entry Visa to Australia, as approved by Department of Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs. Imports, aged 18 years and over, who subsequently qualify for a State or National Team, must obtain a 'Limited' or 'Unlimited' International Transfer Card (ITC). Imports, under 18 years of age who arrived in Australia after their tenth birthday must have obtain an IIHF transfer Letter of Approval. International Transfer Cards (ITC), are obtained from the Secretary of IHA through a player's club secretary. Application forms are also obtained from the Secretary of IHA. Contact details for IHA can be obtained from the IHNSW website or office. A copy of the application/approval must be forwarded to the IHNSW office for recording purposes. All overseas visitors, aged 18 years and over, require an ITC to play ice hockey in Australia, including recreational. Any club wishing to sponsor an overseas player (import) must abide by the rules and regulations of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship. Any transfer of an Import during the term of a club sponsored Visa will be subject to a minimum clearance fee of $550.00 (North America), $1050 (Europe) to cover the expenses of the sponsoring club. The Committee of Management may determine & enforce a higher fee if justified. Individuals claiming diplomatic status (of accredited diplomatic staff), will be deemed as 'local' status for participation in IHA competitions. A maximum of three imports / overseas recreational players per team may be listed on any Game Report sheet. This Does not apply to Senior B Division. Non-Australian born players under 18 years of age who arrived in Australia after their tenth birthday must have held an IIHF transfer Letter of Approval for a minimum of two years in order to be considered eligible to play for a national team. A letter of approval is similar to an ITC, is provided free of charge to the applicant and upon reaching his/her 18th birthday, a player's transfer approval automatically continues without the necessity of purchasing an ITC, which costs approximately $500.00. Letters of approval are obtained by IHA and initial application is made via a player's club secretary. Senior B players please contact IHNSW for your clearance requirements.

State Team Eligibility To be eligible to play for IHNSW in the McCrae-Williamson, Ginsberg, Kurt De Fris, Tange, Joan McKowen Memorial and Brown National Championships, a player must be a permanent resident, have a visa of two

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years or more validity, or be an Australian Citizen. No import players are permitted to compete in these Championships.

National Team Eligibility Strict rules govern the inclusion of non-Australian born players representing Australia in IIHF Championships. To avoid future disappointments, IHNSW refers all players with permanent residency or intentions of gaining permanent residency, to the IHA Handbook for clarification of eligibility criteria. Non-Australian born players under 18 years of age who arrive in Australia after their tenth birthday - regardless of whether they previously played ice hockey or not, must have held an IIHF transfer Letter of Approval for a minimum of two years in order to be considered eligible to play in a National Team. To avoid future possible disappointment, IHNSW suggests that all nonAustralian born players apply for an IIHF transfer Letter of Approval if he/she is: • An Australian resident (citizen or otherwise); • Under the age of 18 years; and • Migrated to Australia after their tenth birthday.

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5 Team Competition & Officials

Requirements for Entering Teams All team members must be registered with an affiliated club. A team should comprise a minimum of 12 players and a goalie and maximum of 20 plus 2 registered players / goalies, and a player can only be listed for one team when registering. Note: An attendance of less than six players on any teams' bench will constitute a game forfeit and will be subject to the prescribed penalties. All teams up to and including Midget must have a minimum two non-playing officials on the bench at each game, including an accredited Coach and adult Manager. All teams with a player (or players) under the age of 18 must have a minimum two non-playing officials on the bench at each game, including an accredited Coach and an adult Manager. Senior B division is exempt from this rule, but must have a minimum of one non-playing official on the bench at each game. Open-age teams both at home and travelling must have an adult coach or manager however, he/she can also be a player as long as his/her first priority is to leave the ice in the case of an incident that requires assistance. The designated coach or manager must also be listed on the game sheet as such. Only open-age teams can have a or a coach manager who is also a player. A coach cannot be the manager of a team. Scorekeepers and Timekeepers cannot be listed as bench officials for the teams playing. Failure to adhere to the rules concerning coaches and managers will result in A fine of $100 (No GST required), and a game forfeiture should the offending team be the winning team. If both teams have breached the rules, both will be fined $100 (No GST required), and no points will be awarded for the game. All teams must submit their listings of registered players, together with a $220.00 (Inclusive of GST) per team instalment for team fees, by this due date. • If a team is withdrawn during the competition, the team fees for all games played plus a fine of $500.00 is payable. • Team fees balance is invoiced on 1st July, with payment due on 15th July. All teams are billed one game in the playoffs. • All new clubs must pay FULL team fees in advance (at team registration) of the season for their first 2 years. • Clubs are not permitted to offer inducements to entice players to change Clubs e.g. free registration, free training fees or free equipment.

Rules Governing "Playing Up" into Higher Age Grades Should there be an A Division, any player in an AA Division cannot play down. Any player selected as a state representative player in the previous season is not eligible to play in any A division until the current state team has been selected. If selected in the current year, the player is not eligible to play in the A division.

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"Annual "Playing Up" Approval Form" Eligible players aged under 18 years, wishing to "play up" into a higher grade than their grade of registration, are required to lodge an 'Annual Playing Up Approval Form' for each and every higher grade. The fully completed form must be lodged with the Association prior to the first game in the specific grade, bearing the approval of the parent or guardian, coach, manager and a club office bearer. A player that is approved to play up, may do so provided the lower grade is not disadvantaged. Note: The reasons for this are:• The IHNSW "duty of care" to ensure that the nominated parties are all of the opinion that the player has the ability to compete proficiently and safely at the proposed level. • The administrative needs to ensure that all those involved are aware that the player will be committed to play for more than one team, and that they accept the logistical implications of this. • Players requesting to play up 2 divisions, must apply for written approval from the Committee of Management. • 1st year Pee Wee to Bantam playing up form must be submitted to IHNSW for formal written approval. • 1st year Bantam to Midget playing up form must be submitted to IHNSW for formal written approval.

“Playing Up” Regulations A player that is approved to play up may do so provided the lower grade team is not disadvantaged. This means that a player that is approved to ‘play up’ has the obligation to play for the team of his/her initial registration, that being the age-based team, if any games occur at or around the same time. It is the responsibility of both the individual player and the coach of the ‘play up’ team to ensure compliance with this regulation. Should a player be played in contravention of this regulation, the play up team who allows the player to participate will forfeit all competition points for that game. In addition, the coach of the team choosing to play the play up will automatically be suspended for 2 games. Players and coaches who continually abuse this rule will be brought before the IHNSW executive committee for a ‘show cause’ hearing. Goalkeepers may be an exception to this rule, on application to the IHNSW Executive. IHNSW strongly recommends that a player that is approved to play up may do so provided no player registered on the play up team is disadvantaged. This means that a player approved to play up should not be used to replace a player that is registered on that team and is able to play.

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Specifically, should a team carry able players to satisfy the team requirements, coaches have an obligation to play the players registered in that age group as a priority. Coaches who continually abuse this recommendation will be brought before the IHNSW Executive committee for a ‘show cause’ hearing.

Rules Governing Player Uniforms & Equipment All uniform jerseys must display the IHNSW badge on the upper right chest area, and playing numbers on the back and on each sleeve. All players competing in Midget (regardless of age) and under, and female players under 18 years must display a RESPECT patch in a readily visible position on their back. Every member of a team must be dressed uniformly in respect of the colour of their jerseys and stockings. The referee is authorised to refuse entry to the ice for any team member that is not uniformly attired. Players selected for NSW State Teams will be required to have a white helmet except for goalies. All protective gear including shoulder, elbow and pants padding, shin guards, throat guards and mouth guards where applicable, must be worn by all players at all times when on the ice. No exceptions. If players are not wearing full protective gear at all times when on the ice, referees maybe liable. If the referee inadvertently allows a player to play whilst failing to meet the uniform & equipment rules (such as face & neck guards), the opposing team captain must advise the referee and the referee will enforce the appropriate IIHF Rules. If the player does not comply then the referee will suspend play until such time that either the player leaves the ice or abides by the ruling. The penalty of $100 (No GST required), will be issued to the team via their club, for any player who continues to flaunt equipment rulings. Players' helmets must be a type approved by the IIHF and must not be painted or bear any stickers or numbers. This ruling does not apply to goalies helmets. Goalkeepers must wear approved helmets. Shoulder pads are compulsory for ALL grades. 'RESPECT' patches must be displayed by all players from Midget age grade down. In-line Hockey gear is not safe for Ice Hockey and is not permitted. All teams should have an alternate jersey. When teams have a clash in jerseys, then the home team is required to change into their alternate jersey. All male players competing in Midget (regardless of age), in ECSL (under 18) and all female players, must wear an approved full cage/full visor, when on the ice. Male players born after 31st December 1974, must wear a half or full cage / half or full visor when on the ice. See also Special Rules for Midgets. Players are not permitted to wear a coloured or tinted visor or a coloured or tinted full face mask.

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All players under 18 years and all players competing in Midget (regardless of age) must wear an approved throat protector when on the ice. Ages are to be noted on the Game Report sheets. State Team uniforms are only available for sale to those players and officials selected. Coaches must wear helmets whilst on the ice. Where an official has cause to believe a player is not wearing the appropriate mandatory safety equipment and they wish to verify, the official may request that the player demonstrate the proper equipment is being worn. The onus of proof is upon the player to demonstrate the proper equipment is being worn to the satisfaction of the official. If the official remains unconvinced that the appropriate equipment is being worn, they may take action per IIHF Rule 555.

How Team Standings are Determined It is the responsibility of the game referee to ensure that the original game sheet is signed by each team manager, coach or captain, and is forwarded with the report sheet, to the IHNSW Executive Officer on the first working day following the game. Failure to comply with this requirement without satisfactory justification (as determined by the Committee of Management in consultation with the Referee Development Officer, will forfeit the applicable game fee for the most senior referee in charge of each unreported game. Team standings on completion of all rounds will be based on:Games Won: Two points Games Tied: One point Cancelled Games in Senior B Division: One Point If any teams are equal, the following will decide the standings, based only on the games played between them:Most games won Most goals scored Least goals scored against If any teams are still tied, the highest percentage from all games is calculated by the following formula: Percentage (%) = (goals for / goals for and goals against) x 100. The standings at the end of the season are determined by the officially appointed Statistician. These standings are final.

Rules Governing Player Eligibility for Play-Offs / Finals Players must have played 7 games or more with the team. Double point games count as only one game when determining eligibility. Goaltenders are excluded from this rule providing the usual team goal tender is unavailable to play, and that he/she has played 7 games or more for another team in a lower division or grade in the same club. In this case a Peewee age Goaltender playing up is not required to meet Lines Course eligibility. Effective 1 March 2014

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Note: All clubs must submit a listing of all players for each play-off tea IHNSW, at least two weeks before the first scheduled play-off game. If a player has been unable to play sufficient games due to injury or illness during the season, a certificate from a medical practitioner confirming the period and nature of his/her incapacity that is lodged with IHNSW with the team list, will enable the scheduled games during such period to be counted.

How Semi-Finals & Finals are Structured All semi-finals shall consist of one game, with the possible exception of the ECSL and Senior B. Semi-Finals structure is 1v4 and 2v3 for Junior and Womens grades, regardless of number of teams in the grade. All finals shall consist of one game, with the possible exception of the ECSL and Senior B. If any teams remain equal at the end of regular time, five (5) minutes ‘sudden death’ extra time will apply and shall be ‘stop time’ with the exception of ECSL. If the score remains equal at the end of extra time, a best of three (3) penalty shootout will apply with the exception of ECSL. If still equal after three shots per team, the shootout will continue until there is a result, after an equal number of shots with the exception of ECSL. All players listed on the team sheet who are not serving penalties or injured at the end of the overtime period are to be used once in the sudden death shootout before a player can shoot a second time.

Player Awards Ice Hockey NSW presents three awards annually in each division, recognising players' individual contributions to the Winter League. The following awards are presented annually in all divisions (usually at the AGM): • Highest Point Scorer • Best Goalkeeper • Most Valuable Player • Official Awards The official Statistician determines Highest Point Scorer and Best Goalkeeper. The Most Valuable Player nominations are recorded after each game by the head Referee. The MVP number is recorded to the game sheet and the Referee's Report Sheet and returned to the office. Points are calculated at the end of the season. Only one point is given to one player each game. Game Sheets that do not have the MVP recorded are not considered, and no points are given for any player for the game. The Jeffrey Scott Officiating Award is awarded annually to a Rookie Official who has shown dedication, effort and perseverance throughout the season.

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The winner of the award will receive a trophy, their name on the website Honour Roll and a prize of $1000.00.

Referee Information Current officials must do a refresher course every 3 years to be eligible to officially referee games, however it is compulsory for officials to complete an officials course every time a new IIHF Rule Book is presented, usually every four years. Officials should be encouraged to do refresher courses whenever possible. A minimum of two game officials are required for a game to commence. It is the responsibility of the Game Referee to ensure that the original Game Report is signed by Team Managers or Coaches before the game. The original Game Report and Referees Incident Report must be returned to the IHNSW Executive Officer on the first working day of the following week, so that any reports can be acted upon and for payments of officials. Only original copies will be accepted for these purposes. The MVP number is to be recorded by the Referee on the original Game Report form. So that the Executive Officer can notify players of any automatic suspension / Tribunal that may be applicable to a penalty/offence received, referees must note on the IHNSW Incident Report the relevant offence as listed on the IHNSW Schedule of Offences. If a club official draws the referee's attention to an unauthorised person on the bench or a spectator in an unprotected area of the rink, the referee has the power to stop the game until the unregistered official or spectator has been moved, with the clock still running until the person has moved. Failure to move can result in citing him/her or the family member playing, for disciplinary purposes. If the Referee inadvertently allows a player to play whilst failing to meet the uniform & equipment rules (such as face & neck guards), the opposing team captain must advise the referee and the referee will enforce the appropriate IIHF Rules. If the player does not comply then the referee will suspend play until such time that either the player leaves the ice or abides by the ruling. In order for Bantam or Midget age players to be eligible to play in ANY playoffs, they must have completed the IHA Officials Course. (Once only). Abuse of Officials will not be tolerated by IHNSW. Members are expected to support the decisions of officials at all times. If any member receives a second Abuse of Official penalty in the same season, they will be sent a letter from IHNSW. Any member that receives a third Abuse of Official penalty in the same season will be automatically called to an IHNSW Disciplinary Tribunal. Officials are not permitted to Officiate above their age group. No minor age Officials may Referee or Line open grade games (ECSL/Senior B Division/ Womens).

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Procedures for Protests & Complaints from Games Protests or complaints regarding reports or suspensions must be lodged to the IHNSW office within 72 hours of official notification from IHNSW. The protest must be on or accompanied by, a covering letter/ email/ fax, on an official club letterhead, signed by a recognised officer of the club. Protests during semi-finals and finals must be lodged by the club's secretary to the Playing Operations Manager, within 12 hours from the end of the game.

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Penalties For Game Forfeits Clubs are responsible for ensuring that their teams play in all scheduled games. Failure to do so will result in a $500.00 (No GST) forfeiture fee. This is to cover the cost of ice time, loss of gate receipts and to act as a deterrent for any costs or inconvenience caused to the other team and its supporters. INHSW will invoice Clubs directly for the forfeiture fee. IHNSW will make all payments to rinks for the ice time and all payments to Officials.

Cancelled Games In the event of IHNSW being responsible for the cancellation or postponement of a game, club(s) affected should submit a detailed invoice to IHNSW for costs incurred. This rule does not apply to games cancelled in Senior B Division due to insufficient Officials.

The Definition of an Illegal or Ineligible Player An illegal or ineligible player is one that is: • Suspended • Playing Up without approval • Over-aged • Unregistered or un-financial • Without clearance • An ineligible import • In breach of any other playing restriction in this handbook

Tribunals and Rules Governing Suspended Players A Judiciary Tribunal shall comprise 3 or more persons selected by the committee, one of whom shall be appointed Chairman. No member of the committee is eligible to sit on a Judiciary Tribunal. A Tribunal hearing shall be no less than 14 days and no more than 28 days from receipt of the referral, unless the matter is deemed to require urgent attention, in which case the defendant and Judiciary Tribunal may agree on a variation of the time frame set out in By-Law rule 11. A suspended player cannot participate in any game whatsoever until the suspension has been served as per the following criteria: • The first consecutive scheduled inter-club competition game(s) in the team & grade the suspension was received. • Exhibition Games do not count for the serving of suspensions. • A double point game only counts for one game when serving a suspension. • A suspended player must be removed from the team sheet and cannot sit on the bench. • Unless determined otherwise by the Tribunal Panel and subject to club approval, a suspended player may continue training with his or her team.

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The sole responsibility for the scheduling of games is with the Playing Operations Director, subject to the scrutiny of the Committee of Management. Games must not be re-scheduled for the convenience of a suspended player. A player that receives a 'Game Misconduct' in the last half of the third period, or any overtime period of a game, is automatically suspended for the next game. The referee and team manager must notify the player of this. A player that is reported as receiving a 'Match Penalty' or any other major offence above a 'Game Misconduct', will receive the automatic suspension time or a tribunal and automatic suspension time, as stipulated in the IHNSW Schedule of Offences and Automatic Suspensions. A player and his/her club will be notified officially as to the suspension received. It is then the responsibility of the player to notify the IHNSW Executive Officer when he/she has served his/her suspension time as outlined in the notification letter sent. Any player that receives five major penalties (ie. 5 minutes or longer) in a season, will be required to appear before the Tribunal Panel and will be ineligible to play in any further games until this takes place. This will be monitored by the Statistician. If a player receives a suspension in his/her team's last scheduled game of the season, then the suspension may be served in any other grade's scheduled game in which he/she has played seven games or more in the current season. However, suspensions that cannot be served at the end of a season carry forward to the following season. Semi finals and finals are counted as part of the suspension period if applicable to the individual player. Any member receiving a suspension that encompasses one or more seasons of play must be a registered member (any category), for the suspension time to be recognised. There is no course for an appeal against a Game Misconduct. Players who receive a Game Misconduct or Match Penalty from the automatic suspensions list, at the end of the season, is able to serve their suspension at the beginning of the following season, permitting them to play in the IHNSW sanctioned Summer Leagues.

Penalties for Playing a Suspended, Illegal or Ineligible Player An automatic fine totalling $200.00 (No GST) will be levied to any Team playing any ineligible or suspended player. There will be an automatic forfeiture of any points and scoring statistics gained, deducted from every game an ineligible or suspended player participates in. The offending player may be suspended for additional games, at the discretion of an IHNSW Tribunal Panel. IHNSW notifies the club in writing and the fine is automatically payable by the club to IHNSW within 30 days of each offending game. Failure to pay the fine on time may result in an additional penalty at the discretion of the Committee of Management.

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A winning score of 5 - 0 will be automatically recorded for the non-offending team. Any member found to have deliberately supplied incorrect registration particulars will be suspended immediately and an IHNSW Tribunal Panel will determine the duration of the suspension and any other appropriate penalty. A club official has 14 days to forward a completed application to IHNSW before that player is regarded as 'illegal'. An application will only become a valid registration when the IHNSW Executive Officer receives the application & relevant payment from the club. Coaches / managers who allow players to participate without valid registrations will be held responsible for an illegal players' fine of $200.00 (No GST). The team will forfeit all points gained in any game the illegal player is determined as having played.

IHA & IHNSW Anti-Doping Policy Consequent to IHA membership of the ASC, the AOC and the IIHF, IHNSW condemns the use of performance enhancing drugs and doping practices in the sport of Ice Hockey. The IHA Prohibitive Substance Policy applies to all of its members including players, officials, administrators, coaches, referees, office bearers and employees and lists a wide variety of banned substances that, following a positive test result, may result in a predetermined suspension or ban being imposed. The list includes some medications that will not be tolerated under any circumstances whether essential to an individual's well being or not and in which case, a physician should be advised and an alternative, permissible drug prescribed. The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency (ASADA), is the national drug testing authority empowered to conduct random testing of athletes for the detection of prohibited substances. To ensure that its members conform to these requirements, IHA has implemented the following procedures, which must be strictly adhered to: • At the time of registration, or at the time of prescribing medication after registration, a letter from the physician must be supplied to the club secretary detailing the drug/substance prescribed and the reasons for its prescription. • The club secretary must retain a copy of such letters and send the original to the IHNSW office. The dates of receipt and forwarding should also be recorded. • Upon receipt of notification, IHNSW will record the member's name in a register and forward copies of the notification to IHA, ASADA and the AOC. The original letter is to be kept by IHNSW and all pertinent dates recorded. • The member will subsequently be advised of the dates of official notification was sent to IHA, ASADA and the AOC.

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Although testing is normally aimed at athletes competing at national or international level, the IIHF and ASADA have implemented unannounced dope testing that can be administered anywhere, anytime. Note: Cannabis can be detected in the blood stream 6 months later. Any medication must be supported by a current medical certificate.

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Special Rules for Atoms The main emphasis for this grade is intended to be on "skills development" rather than "winning". The principal of 'equal opportunity' in respect to even ice time will apply in all games, regardless of skill level. This is enforceable through an application to the NSW Coaching Director, or NSW Development Officer on his sole recommendation, subject to the prior approval of the Committee of Management. As this is viewed as a critical element in the development and growth of our sport, a fine of $100.00 (no GST) will be levied on any club for every game of non-compliance with an approved recommendation. Slap shots are prohibited in Atoms. A face-off will be taken in the defending zone of the offending player. A minor penalty will be given to any player that intentionally uses his body to check another player, however: • Accidental contact between two players going for the puck will not be penalised. • "Riding off" an opponent is part of the skills of ice hockey and will be permitted, provided the opponent is not taken directly into the boards. • Hip and shoulder checks will be penalised. Any player in this grade that receives more than seven minutes in minor penalties in any one game will be excluded from the rest of that game. In applying this rule, only personal penalties are counted; ie: a two and ten penalty is counted as two. Friendly games will be encouraged with ACTIHA teams during the season. The Atom season will end with a round-robin tournament for all players registered in this grade. There will be no grand-final for this grade.

Special Rules for Pee Wees Slap shots are prohibited in Pee Wee grades. A face-off will be taken in the defending zone of the offending player. A minor penalty will be given to any player that intentionally uses his body to check another player, however: • Accidental contact between two players going for the puck will not be penalised. • "Riding off" an opponent is part of the skills of ice hockey and will be permitted, provided the opponent is not taken directly into the boards. • Hip and shoulder checks will be penalised. Any player in this grade that receives more than seven minutes in minor penalties in any one game will be excluded from the rest of that game. In applying this rule, only personal penalties are counted; ie: a two and ten penalty is counted as two. Friendly games will be encouraged with ACTIHA teams during the season. Any player selected as a state representative player in the previous season is not eligible to play in A division until the current state team has been selected.

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If selected in the current year, the player is not eligible to play in the A division. Any AA Division player that plays down into any A Division team, is not eligible to play back into any AA Division team. Any A Division player that plays more than 5 games into any AA Division Team, is not eligible to play back into any A Division team.

Special Rules for Bantams Any player in this grade that receives more than seven minutes in minor penalties in any one game will be excluded from the rest of that game. In applying this rule, only personal penalties are counted; ie: a two and ten penalty is counted as two. For any player to be eligible to play in the Playoffs they must attend a Line Officials course.

Special Rules for Midgets Any player in this grade that receives more than seven minutes in minor penalties in any one game will be excluded from the rest of that game. In applying this rule, only personal penalties are counted; ie: a two and ten penalty is counted as two. For any player to be eligible to play in the Playoffs they must attend a Line Officials course. Midgets must use a full face cage, mouthgard and throat protection regardless of age.

Special Rules for East Coast Super League The usual transfer rules apply from a player’s existing club. See the Interclub Transfers Section of the IHNSW Handbook. Players whom wish to play in this League must be prepared to be drafted to a team outside their traditional club structure. This does not apply to Northstars ECSL players. This League is regarded as NSW Premier Full Contact Senior A league. At the start of each season each ECSL team will be required to demonstrate that they can provide separate scorekeeper, timekeeper and penalty box attendant for each home game. This will be done by submitting the names of suitably registered people to the ECSL committee. To secure a place on an ECSL team players will be required to sign an ECSL Player Contract and pay the first tranche of fees. Failure to complete these requirements in a timely manner could lead to a player’s roster position being made available to another player. ECSL players are not permitted to play for another ECSL team in the same season (goalies excluded) without first being formally released from their current team.

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The only exception to the above is Sydney-based teams travelling to Newcastle. In this case teams are now required to travel with a minimum of 10 players to Newcastle. Should a team be unable to supply 10 players they may, with written permission from the ECSL Committee, draw upon players from other Sydney-based teams to make up the shortfall. Newcastle teams travelling to Sydney cannot draw players from other ECSL teams as the Northstars’ player roster is larger than the Sydney team’s rosters and hence more resilient to player shortfalls.

Player Draft and Team Roster: Prior to the start of each season ECSL will hold tryouts. On completion of the tryouts a player draft will be held with each team taking a turn to select new players for vacant positions on their roster. The details of the rules of the draft are documented separately and will be distributed to each team prior to tryouts. After the draft, and up until an ECSL team has played 10 games in the current season, a team may make changes to their roster. These changes need to be voted on by the ECSL Committee and a nominated representative from each team. Once a team has played 10 games for the season their roster is frozen.

Temporary Substitute Players: In past seasons, in order to fill temporary team vacancies ECSL has allowed teams to bring up players from the Senior League competition. These players were restricted to playing a maximum of 3 games in ECSL. For season 2014 this same rule applies, however the pool of substitute players will now also be open to age-eligible players currently participating in the IHNSW Midget league. Teams must give priority to Midget-aged substitute players over Senior League players. A team must seek permission from the ECSL Executive Committee for each game they wish to play a temporary substitute player. Midget-aged players will be required to have completed a playing-up form before they can play up to ECSL. Please also refer to the section on Age Eligibility and League Priority below for other rules applying to Midget-aged players. A temporary substitute player from Senior League can only play a maximum of 3 games in ECSL. A temporary substitute player from Midget League can play an unlimited number of games up in to ECSL. Temporary play-ups must be filling a genuine temporary vacancy in the team – ie, taking the place of a full-time roster player who is temporarily unavailable. Temporary play-ups are not considered to be part of any team, either for the current season, or when it comes to that player participating in the draft in subsequent seasons. Temporary play-up players can only be used in regular rounds. They cannot play in the ECSL Finals Series. Effective 1 March 2014

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Temporary play-ups will pay $25/game for each game they play in ECSL. If the temporary player is a goalie then teams may apply to the ECSL Executive Committee for special exemption to the 3 game rule if no other goalies are available.

Game Format: Each game will comprise three, twenty minute running time periods, with the last five minutes of the game stop time. There will be one ice-cut after period two.

Age Eligibility and League Priority Any players aged 23 and over who play more than three games up into the AIHL will not be permitted to return to the ECSL until the following season. ECSL players under the age of 23 are permitted to play unlimited games up into the AIHL. Minimum age for ECSL is players turning 17 in the current season. Ie, 2nd year Midget and up. Midget-aged players participating in both the Midget and ECSL leagues must play their Midget games as priority whenever there is a clash of game times between the 2 leagues. Any team who breaches this rule will be regarded as playing an illegal or ineligible player. Refer to the separate IHNSW Handbook section titled “Penalties for Playing a Suspended, Illegal or Ineligible Player”for the appropriate penalty.

Team Officials All ECSL teams with a player (or players) under the age of 18 must have a minimum two non-playing officials on the bench at each game, including an accredited Coach and an adult Manager with at least NPO (non-playing official) registration. ECSL teams where all players are 18 or over are required to have an adult manager on the bench for each game. The team must also have an accredited coach, but in the case where there are no under 18 year old players on the team the Coach can also be a player as long as his first priority is to leave the ice in the case of an incident that requires assistance. The designated coach and manager must also be listed on the game sheet as such.

Playoff Eligibility: Full-time rostered ECSL players and goalies must have played a minimum of 7 ECSL games to be eligible for playoffs. Players and goalies who participate in either the Midget or AIHL leagues as a priority, must have played a minimum of 7 games in their priority league and minimum of 5 games in

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ECSL to be eligible for playoffs. The IHNSW website and AIHL website will be the used as the information source for games played in other leagues.

Finals Format Each team will be home for one game; therefore that team will be responsible for game pucks, nets, scorekeepers and timekeepers for that game. Players who are un-financial will not be entitled to play in the final series; a list will be released to all team managers, in the week leading up to the finals. The ECSL plays a 20 game season with 2 game semi-final series, drawn regular time playoff games are determined by overtime not penalty shoot outs. There will be a 5 minute warm up time, the clock will begin immediately counting down at the scheduled time as per IHNSW Guidelines. There will be 3, 20 minute running time periods, with the last 5 minutes of the game stop time. There will be one ice-cut after period two. Should any teams be on equal points at the end of the regular season, a count back will be decided by ECSL in conjunction with IHNSW and the finals birth will be awarded to the winner of those two teams. I.E in 2012 The Raptors & Heat were tied for 4th place. On count back it was deemed the Raptors defeated the Heat twice and drew once throughout the season, so the Raptors were awarded the 4th position and entry into the 2012 ECSL Finals Series. The ECSL Semi Finals have been a cumulative aggregate based series, therefore the scores that are recorded the first game carry over to the second game. (Example) If team A win 4-2 in game one, then team B must score 3-0 in game 2 to win the series. Similar to previous years the score from Game 1 is put up on the scoreboard at the beginning of Game 2. If at the end of Game 2 the score is tied then the game will go into sudden death overtime until a winner is declared. The ECSL Grand Final series is not aggregate but rather a best out of 3 game series. The first team to win 2 games will be declared ECSL Champions. If the series is tied 1 game apiece and game 3 is tied at the end of regulation time then the game will go into sudden death overtime until a winner is declared.

Financial Status Players who have not fully paid all their ECSL fees by the end of the season will be declared unfinancial and the League will apply to IHNSW to have these players prevented from partaking in any IHA or IHNSW-sanctioned activities until the outstanding amount is paid in full. These sanctioned events include AJIHL, sanctioned summer-league competitions, sanctioned exhibition games, plus any other sanctioned hockey activities. At the start of each season, players who have participated in the AJIHL and who have not paid all their AJIHL fees in full will not be allowed to participate in the ECSL competition until their outstanding fees are paid. For application of this rule ECSL will rely on being notified in writing by AJIHL of unfinancial players.

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Any team who breaches this rule will be regarded as playing an illegal or ineligible player. Refer to the separate IHNSW Handbook section titled “Penalties for Playing a Suspended, Illegal or Ineligible Player”for the appropriate penalty.

Rule Interpretation Where there is doubt or uncertainty over the meaning of any rule under which ECSL operates then the arbiter will be determined as follows. 1) Where the rule is one that applies broadly to all IHNSW leagues then the IHNSW Committee will be called upon to clarify the rule. 2) Where the rule is specific to ECSL then the current ECSL Executive Committee will provide clarification.

Special Rules for Senior B Divisions Any suspensions, penalties or fines applied under “Special Rules for Senior B Divisions” are not able to be appealed. Any suspensions, penalties or fines applied under “Special Rules for Senior B Divisions” are done so as an addition to any other IIHF, IHA or IHNSW suspensions, penalties or fines. General Administrative Rules • Senior B Division has a “no deliberate body checking” rule. This will be enforced in accordance with IIHF rule 541. • Senior B Division grades will be determined at the beginning of the season by the Senior Committee. • Senior B Division playoff structure will be determined at the beginning of the season by the Senior Committee. • Only players registered in the Senior B category are eligible to play in the Senior B competition. • Senior B division players and goalies are permitted to play a maximum of three (3) games in a full contact grade before becoming ineligible for Senior B division. • Senior B division goalies are permitted to play a maximum of five (5) games in a full contact grade before becoming ineligible for Senior B division. • Players, goalies and officials must have attained eighteen (18) years of age in order to be considered eligible for participation in Senior B division. • Players are not permitted to play for more than one team in the same Division. • Players and goalies in a lower division may play into a higher division no more than a total of five (5) games and within their own club only. • Players and goalies in a higher division are not permitted to play into a lower division. • Goalies are interchangeable between teams and clubs. This is an exception to the rule preventing players from playing for multiple teams in the same

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division but is not an exception for players playing into higher or lower divisions. This rule only applies when the player is playing as a goalie. • Players and goalies are permitted to transfer from a higher division into a lower division if they have played no more than a total of five (5) games in the higher division team. Players and goalies are permitted to transfer to a different team in the same division. This is a permanent move and only one transfer per player is permitted per season. • All Male players in Senior B Divisions MUST wear a half or full cage/half or full visor when on the ice. Officiating Rules • At the time of registration, each senior B division team must nominate a minimum of three (3) accredited referees from the active roster for the team to be accepted. Each team’s nominated officials must collectively referee a minimum of ten (10) senior B or women’s competition games each season in total. No more than one (1) inactive referee (who has refereed less than two games in the previous season) may be nominated by a team. • Teams who do not comply with the previous rule will be subject to an automatic $500 club fine. • In the event of a shortage of officials, teams will at the discretion of IHNSW, be allocated senior B and /or women’s game to officiate. If a team fails to provide officials for the games they have been allocated, that team will lose two (2) competition points. • Cancelled games in this Division will result in one (1) point per team. Games cancelled due to lack of Officials will not be rescheduled. Penalty Minute Rules • Any player in this grade that receives more than seven (7) minutes in minor penalties in any one game will be excluded from the rest of the game. • Any player or bench official accruing three (3) Misconduct penalties under IIHF Rule 550 or 551 will receive an automatic two (2) game suspension; any further Misconduct penalties under IIHF Rule 550 or 551 will receive a further automatic two (2) game suspension. • During the play-offs and finals any player or bench official assessed one (1) major penalty will be suspended for the remainder of the current game and the next game, any player or bench official assessed a further major penalty will be suspended for the remainder of the play-offs and finals. • During the play-offs and finals any player or bench official accumulating two (2) misconduct penalties will be suspended for the next game and any player or bench official accumulating a further misconduct penalty will be suspended for the remainder of the play-offs and finals. • Any player or bench official accruing a total of fifty (50) penalty minutes in one season will be excluded from participation in the/remainder of the play-offs and finals. • Any player or bench official accruing a total of seventy-five (75) penalty minutes in one season (including play-offs and finals) will be suspended form the senior B competition for the remainder of the season and their Effective 1 March 2014

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registration will be reviewed by the senior B committee prior to the next season commencing. Any player or bench official excluded from participation in the play-offs and finals is ineligible to receive an IHNSW senior B award. • Where suspensions cannot be served in the remainder of the current season, the suspension will be served in the following season. • Any team accruing two hundred (200) penalty minutes in the regular season will lose two (2) competition points. • Any team accruing two hundred and fifty (250) penalty minutes in the regular season will lose a further four (4) competition points. • Any team accruing three hundred (300) penalty minutes in the regular season cannot participate in the play-offs and finals.

Special Rules for Women's Grade Any player in this grade that receives more than seven minutes in minor penalties in any one game will be excluded from the rest of that game. In applying this rule, only personal penalties are counted; ie: a two and ten penalty is counted as two. It is compulsory for Women players to wear a full face mask. Only female players are permitted to play in the Women's Grade, this includes Goalkeepers. Refer IHA regulations for State Team eligibility and selection. Teams in the Women's grade must have a Goalkeeper to register the team. When the regular Goalkeeper is unavailable, a team may borrow a Goalkeeper from any other team in the women's grade. Both teams must agree on the use of the replacement Goalkeeper.

Special Rules for Goalkeepers Goalkeepers must wear approved helmets. Players are not permitted to wear goalkeeper skates unless playing the position of goalkeeper. Goalkeepers are permitted to wear player skates in place of goalkeeper skates.

Special Rules for State Representative Teams In order to be eligible to be selected to De Fris, Tange and Brown State Representative Teams, a player must have completed a Line Official's course. State representative players are expected to actively contribute to state and club training development, with particular emphasis on new player intake programs. State managers of De Fris and Tange teams must organise for the completion of a Sport and Recreation prohibitive substance course. This is an IHNSW requirement.

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State Representative Team Managers must be up to date with the IHA Prohibitive Substance Policy, and will be required to sign a declaration to this effect and submit to IHA, prior to the National Championship they are attending. McCrae-Williamson and Ginsberg State Teams are exempt from this ruling.

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8 - Team Managers Administrative Responsibilities

8 Team Managers Administrative Responsibiliti es

Club Team Managers Club team managers must: • be fully conversant with this Handbook; • abide by IHNSW "Code of Conduct"; • keep abreast of the draw and liaise weekly regarding any late changes; • lodge completed team sheets 15 minutes before the start of (refer to Attachment 2 - Example Official Team Sheet; • ensure all players have the correct uniforms & equipment; • ensure that all players & bench officials are financial, free & clear suspensions and playing restrictions; • check & sign the Game Report before the game; • advise the relevant club president, secretary or IHNSW Executive Officer of anything untoward that is occurring within the sport; • make sure of relevant statistics for both their players and games, so that ineligible players can be identified. Forms are available from the office for this; and • be conversant with IHA Prohibitive Substance Policy (please refer to relevant sections and paragraphs for further details). Copies are available from the office. It is the responsibility of the home team's manager (no matter at which venue the game is scheduled), to provide a game report sheet, a recorder (for completion of the game report sheet), time keeper and sufficient pucks for both teams' warm-up, plus sufficient new or near new pucks for the actual game. All club teams with players under the age of 18 must have a non-playing adult manager. All teams must have an accredited Coach on the bench. Open-age club teams both at home and travelling must have an adult manager however, he/she can also be a player as long as his/her first priority is to leave the ice in the case of an incident that requires assistance. The designated manager must also be listed on the Game Report as such. Only open-age teams can have a manager who is also a player. If rulings concerning coaches and managers cannot be adhered to, then a fine of $100 (No GST required), will be handed out to the clubs, plus a game forfeiture should the offending team be the winning team. Players should not share drink bottles to avoid contracting infectious diseases such as Meningococcal. Managers should advise their team of the necessity of hygienic practices.

State Team Managers State team managers must: • be fully conversant with this Handbook; • abide by IHNSW "Code of Conduct";

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• ensure all players have the correct uniforms & equipment; • ensure that all players & bench officials are financial, free & clear of all suspensions and playing restrictions; • advise the IHNSW Committee of Management or the Executive Officer of anything untoward that occurred during the tournament and any breach of the code of conduct; • mandatory reporting of all incidents both on and off the ice to IHNSW; and • be conversant with IHA Prohibitive Substance Policy (please refer to relevant sections and paragraphs for further details). Copies are available from the office. State team managers are appointed by the Committee of Management and expressions of interest may be called for beforehand. Prior to departure of a state team, managers must complete an itinerary of team activities for each day, that must be lodged with the IHNSW office. Surplus monies collected from the team for tournament participation must by returned to IHNSW with documentation of re-distribution of the money to the teams' members. State team uniforms are only available for sale to those players and officials selected. Players should not share drink bottles to avoid contracting infectious diseases such as Meningococcal. Managers should advise their team of the necessity of hygienic practices.

Coaches Coaches must: • be accredited with IHA. • sign the Coaches Code of Conduct. • not be the manager of the same team. IHNSW strongly recommends that coaches and team managers wear helmets whilst on the ice.

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9 - General Administrative Game Rules

9 General Administrative Game Rules

Maximum Team A maximum of twenty players and two goalkeepers may be dressed for a game, unless otherwise stated. Non Sanctioned Games IHA and IHNSW cannot take responsibility for our members participating in any non-sanctioned games/leagues. Scrimmages An intra-club (internal) scrimmage during a club's normal training session does not require sanctioning to be covered under the insurance policy of the NSWIHA Inc. Any scrimmage involving players from other clubs must be sanctioned and requires official referees in order to be covered by insurance. Lodgement of Team Sheets The team manager is responsible for the lodgement of a properly completed Official Team Sheet (in legible upper case lettering), duly signed with the Score Keeper at least fifteen minutes before the start of the game. Players' numbers must be listed in numerical order. Refer Appendices for an example of a properly completed Team Sheet. Players Uniform & Equipment If the referee inadvertently allows a player to play whilst failing to meet the uniform & equipment rules (such as face & neck guards), the opposing team captain must advise the referee and the offending player must leave the ice until suitably attired. (See referee and uniform and equipment). Stoppage of Play The referee's whistle and not the sounding of the rink's buzzer will determine the stoppage of play during each period, but the rink's buzzer and not the referee's whistle will determine the end of each period and the end of the game. Penalty Shots In the case of a penalty shot, the time clock will be stopped until the penalty shot has been taken. The referee will inform both benches and the goal tender on the procedures for a penalty shot. Alcohol Consumption Alcohol is not permitted at any IHNSW sanctioned games outside of any designated, licensed area of a rink. Medication Any medication must be supported by a current medical certificate. Top Shot This equipment is available for hire from IHNSW with a refundable bond of $500.

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Abbreviations

1

Abbreviations

Abbreviations Used

AGM

Annual General Meeting

AIHF

Australian Ice Hockey Federation

AIHL

Australian Ice Hockey League

COM

Committee of Management

ECSL

East Coast Super League

IHA

Ice Hockey Australia

IHNSW

Ice Hockey New South Wales

IIHF

International Ice Hockey Federation

ITC

International Transfer Card

NSWIHA

New South Wales Ice Hockey Association

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Attachment 1 - Instructions on how to fill in team and game report sheets (2 pages).

2

Appendices

Attachment 1 - Instructions on how to fill in team and game report sheets (2 pages). Official Team Sheet See Attachment (ii) This must be filled out and signed by the team manager/ coach. Players' name and initial are to be listed in numerical order. (ie: Jersey Number).

Goaltenders are to be indicated

“G”

Team captain to be indicated

“C”

Alternate captains to be indicated

“A”

Imports to be indicated

“I”

Only twenty (20) players and two (2) goal tenders may be listed for a total of twenty two (22) players. Only registered players, coaches, managers or team officials can be listed on the Team Sheet. Registration numbers must be shown. The team manager/ coach is to sign the Team Sheet and submit it to the scorer at least fifteen (15) minutes prior to game time. Team Sheets not following the correct format will not be accepted. Late players not listed on the official Team Sheet will not be included once the game has commenced. Game Report See Attachments (iv & v) This is filled out and completed by the scorer. All games to be recorded on the official "Game Report" as supplied by IHA (obtainable from IHNSW). All relevant sections to be filled out prior to the start of the game ie: state, venue, date, grade, round (game number as per schedule), team names, manager, coach, timekeeper and scorer, etc. From the Team Sheet, players are to be listed numerically and clearly printed on the Game Report. The starting line-up, goal tender (s), captain, alternate captains, and imports are to be clearly indicated. Only those players listed on the Game Report prior to the start of the game shall be eligible to play that game. Players not listed on the Game Report are ruled "ineligible". Only those persons listed on the Game Report are eligible to occupy the players bench areas. During the game the following information is filled on the Game Report by the scorer: • Penalties: the number of the player, the description of the penalty, the duration of the penalty and the time of the penalty. • Note: The penalty commences when the lines-person drops the puck to re-commence play. • Scoring: the time of the goal, the number of the player scoring the goal (G) and the numbers of the player(s) - maximum of two credited with an assist. • Shots on goal: note goal tenders number (for each period), and list shots on the goal tender, ie. Only those shots that would have been goals if the goal tender had not saved them.

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• Note: Shots "wide" or "high", even though saved by the goal tender, are not included. Indicate any changes of the goaltender during the game. • Note: the start and finish time of each period. At the conclusion of the game, list "total penalty minutes", "total goals" and the game result. Note: Game Misconducts or Match Penalties are counted as twenty (20) minutes. The scorer is to delete the players that did not play. Have the Game Report checked and signed by the Referee. REMEMBER: Your club's team and players are relying on this information to ensure proper records are kept and "statistics" are available. VERY IMPORTANT: Only registered members are permitted to be in the recording & timekeeping box, or on the bench, or on the game report sheet. If non-members enter any un-screened areas of the rink and are injured, they are not insured. Any member has the right to insist that non-members remain in the screened, spectator areas of the rink. In the case of non-members refusing to comply with this, a member must ask a senior game official to stop the game until they do. The referee or other game official is officially empowered to stop or continue a game. All registered IHNSW members are expected to respect the decisions of game officials at all times and to provide every assistance and support to the officials in carrying out their duties. Obstructing a referee's ruling will delay the game and may result in disciplinary action.

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Attachment 2 - Example Official Team Sheet

Attachment 2 - Example Official Team Sheet

EXAMPLE OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET TEAM:………………………………………

DATE:…………………………………………

GRADE:………………………………………

VENUE:…………………………………………

ROUND:……………………………………… 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Only player’s names may appear on this sheet. 20 forwards, defence and 2 Goalkeepers. Captain, Alternates, Goalkeepers and Imports must be shown. Starting line-up must be marked with an * Registered numbers MUST be shown – Players and Officials. Team Officials must be listed – Maximum of four. Listed Players and Officials only are allowed on the bench. Official Scorer will not accept an incomplete sheet. PRINT CLEARLY IN NUMERICAL ORDER.

8.

PLAYERS NO.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

PLAYERS NAME

OLIVE SMITH NATALIE TURNER KATRINA HOOHAH MINNI INGOT KAYALA REINGOLD LISA CRUISE MIRA HUNTINGDON

JENNY SUNNBOY FLY BERENDT SUZIE OUTLAW JUSTINE BARRAT HOLLY IVORY SARA THOMPSON

AUTHORISED BY TEAM OFFICIAL: ………………………………………………..

STARTING LINE –UP

*

CAPTAIN-ALTERNATE GOALKEEPER-IMPORT

CAPTAIN

* ASSIST CAPTAIN *

*

GOALIE

* * IMPORT *

MANAGER

DENNY DELANEY

COACH

DAVE AFFLECK

ACCREDITED OFFICIAL

704 332 1432 873 1379 708 705

431 789 1485 1348 29 81

ASS’T MANAGER SPORTS MED

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Inc. ABN 72 503 170 415

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Attachment 3 - Blank Official Team Sheet

Attachment 3 - Blank Official Team Sheet

OFFICIAL TEAM SHEET TEAM:…………………………………………

DATE:……………………………………………

GRADE:…………………………………………

VENUE:…………………………………………..

ROUND:………………………………………. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8.

Only player’s names may appear on this sheet. 20 forwards, defence and 2 Goalkeepers. Captain, Alternates, Goalkeepers and Imports must be shown. Starting line-up must be marked with an * Registered numbers MUST be shown – Players and Officials. Team Officials must be listed – Maximum of four. Listed Players and Officials only are allowed on the bench. Official Scorer will not accept an incomplete sheet. PRINT CLEARLY IN NUMERICAL ORDER.

PLAYERS NO.

PLAYERS NAME

STARTING LINE –UP

CAPTAIN-ALTERNATE GOALKEEPER-IMPORT

ACCREDITED OFFICIAL

MANAGER

AUTHORISED BY TEAM OFFICIAL:

COACH ASS’T MANAGER

………………………………………………..

SPORTS MED

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Inc. ABN 72 503 170 415

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Attachment 4 - Example Game Report Sheet

Attachment 4 - Example Game Report Sheet

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Attachment 5 - Blank Game Report Sheet

Attachment 5 - Blank Game Report Sheet

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Attachment 6 - Registration Forms

Attachment 6 - Registration Forms

2012 REGISTRATION FEES GRADE

FEE

ACTIVE VOLUNTEERS Timekeepers, Scorekeepers, Club Officials and helpers who do not enter the team bench area Registration forms must be submitted

$1.00

CASUAL MEMBERS Come and try activities only –up to 8 visits – new members only

NO CHARGE

Registration forms must be submitted NON-PLAYING OFFICIALS

$30.00

Managers, Officials & Penalty Box Officials eligible to enter team bench area

DEVELOPMENT PLAYERS Under 18 at 31st December

$91.00

DEVELOPMENT PLAYERS 18 & over at 31st December

$116.00

REFEREES / LINE OFFICIALS Non-playing

$70.00 U/18 $90.00 18 & over

st

Age at 31 December

COACHES Non-playing

$70.00 U/18 $90.00 18 & over

IN HOUSE PLAYERS

$96.00 U/18 $121.00 18 & over

Age at 31st December

st

Age at 31 December

HOCKEY PLAYERS UNDER 18 YEARS AT 31ST DECEMBER 2012 ATOM 11 and under at 31st December st

$201.00

PEE WEE 13 and under at 31 December

$201.00

BANTAM 15 and under at 31st December

$201.00

MIDGET 17 and under at 31st December

$201.00

st

WOMEN 17 and under at 31 December

$201.00

HOCKEY PLAYERS 18 YEARS AND OVER AT THE 31ST DECEMBER 2012

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MIDGET 18 at 31st December

$236.00

WOMEN 18 at 31st December

$236.00

EAST COAST SUPER LEAGUE Under 23 grade

$236.00

SENIOR DIVISION Open mixed grade - 18 years and over (Fee includes scorers + attendance at Referee and Lines Courses)

$260.00

AIHL

$231.00

ITC PLAYER FIRST SEASON ONLY

$146.00

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Attachment 6 - Registration Forms

ICE HOCKEY NSW REGISTRATION NAME FORM (TO ACCOMPANY EVERY REMITTANCE FORM) DATE: CLUB: CHEQUE NO/CASH:

Surname

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AMOUNT:

First Name

DOB

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Grade & Team

Amount Pd

Attachment 6 - Registration Forms

ICE HOCKEY AUSTRALIA MEMBER AFFILIATION APPLICATION & DECLARATION Ice Hockey Australia (IHA) is the trading name of the Australian Ice Hockey Federation Inc (AIHF). All reference in this application to IHA is to be taken as reference to AIHF. The information requested in this application is collected by the Club on behalf of the State Association and IHA. IHA, State Associations and Clubs require the information requested below to provide you with membership services. Your personal information will only be used in accordance with the objects and purposes of IHA, State Association and the Club. You will be able to access your personal information through IHA, State Association and the Club upon reasonable notice. If the requested information is not provided, you will not be able to receive membership services. I [full name]: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Of [address]:………………………………………………………………………………………

Post Code:………………………………………………..

Home Phone: ……………………………………………………………….

Work Phone: …………………………………………………………………………

Mobile: ……………………………………………………………………….

Fax:……………………………………………………………………………………

Email address: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Date of Birth: ……………………………………

Gender: ………………………………………….

Country of Birth: ………………………………………..

Citizenship: ………………………………………………………………….

State Association:………………..

Reg. No. ………………………………….

Current Club: ………………………………………………………………..

Grade:……………………………...

Division: …………………………………..

Previous Club / Association:……………………………………………….

Grade:……………………………...

Division:…………………………………..

Import Player: Player

…

Yes

No Coach

ITC No:………………………………………….

…

On-ice Official

…

OiHAN

Date:……………………………………….

…

Volunteer

…

I hereby apply for affiliation with IHA and permission to participate in IHA sanctioned events and competitions. In so applying and in consideration of my application being accepted I acknowledge and agree that: for the purposes of this declaration “IHA” means and includes Australian Ice Hockey Federation Inc, its member associations and their respective directors, officers, members, servants or agents. RULES I agree to be bound by the IHA Constitution, any regulations made under that Constitution and my State and Club Constitutions; and I acknowledge and agree that: … …

the IHA Constitution is made in the pursuit of a common object, namely the mutual and collective benefit of IHA, the members of IHA and ice hockey; and the IHA Constitution is necessary and reasonable for promoting the objects of IHA and particularly the advancement and protection of ice hockey.

WARNING Ice hockey can be inherently dangerous and that serious accidents can and often do happen which may result in me being injured. I declare that I have voluntarily read and understood this Warning and accept and assume the inherent risks in ice hockey. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY Except to the extent that the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) or other legislation applies, and cannot by contract be excluded, I agree that it is a term of my affiliation with IHA, that IHA is absolved from all liability however arising from injury or damage however caused (whether fatal or otherwise) arising out of my affiliation with IHA, and/or participation in any IHA authorised or recognised activity or in any way due to any negligent act, breach of duty, default and/or omission on the part of IHA. RELEASE AND INDEMNITY In consideration of IHA accepting my application for affiliation, I: … …

release and forever discharge IHA from all actions, suits, proceedings, claims, demands, penalties, costs and expenses however arising that I may have or may have had but for this release arising from or in connection with my affiliation with IHA and/or participation in any IHA authorised or recognised activity; and indemnify IHA to the extent permitted under the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) or otherwise by law in respect of any actions, suits, proceedings, claims, demands, losses, damages, costs, expenses, penalties and fines arising as a result of in connection with my affiliation with IHA, and/or participation in any IHA authorised or recognised activity whether caused or contributed to, directly or indirectly, by any act or omission (including negligence) on the part of IHA.

FITNESS TO PARTICIPATE I declare that I am medically and physically fit and able to participate in any IHA authorised or recognised activity including IHA ice hockey competitions. I have read, understood, acknowledge and agree to the above declaration including the warning, exclusion of liability, release and indemnity.

Signed: ……………………………………………………………..……..

Parent / Guardian signature: ……………………………………………. (where application under 18 y.o.) :

Printed Name:…………………………………………………………..…..

Printed Name:……..………………………………………………….…..

Date: ….…………………………………………………………….………

Date: ………………………………………………………………………...

IHA Individual Member Registration Form / March 2010

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Attachment 7 - Players Code of Conduct

Attachment 7 - Players Code of Conduct

IHNSW PLAYERS CODE OF CONDUCT As a player, you are a representative of Ice Hockey NSW and your respective Club. As such, you must conduct yourself within their governing rules, regulations, policies and procedures, and agree to: x

Adhere to the IHNSW rules, regulations, policies and procedures as well as by-laws and decisions as determined by the IHNSW Committee of Management.

x

Treat players, opponents, coaches, officials, parents and other spectators, regardless of race, sex or creed with respect, relative to abusive language, gestures and actions.

x

Not argue with an official’s decision. I will treat officials as honest in their intentions and accept official decisions without displaying verbal and / or physical outbursts of anger.

x

LEARN TEAMWORK, SPORTSMANSHIP, DISCIPLINE & RESPECT whilst playing for fun. Be a TEAM PLAYER and get along with my team members. Appreciate and support the contribution each person makes to the team.

x

Be on time to all games and practices. Be physically and mentally ready to work hard to improve my skills.

x

Be dependable. Give coaches advance notice of upcoming absences.

x

Learn the rules and play by them. Always be a good sport and set a good example. Understand that any behaviour that reflects poorly on my team or IHNSW may result in disciplinary action as decided by the coach or the IHNSW Tribunal.

x

Understand that winning is desirable, but that winning at any cost defeats the purpose of the game. I WILL LEARN TO LOSE WITH DIGNITY AND TO WIN WITH GRACE.

x

Understand that in Ice Hockey, as in life, I should treat others as I would have others treat me.

Violation of this code of conduct or any action that is detrimental to Ice Hockey in NSW may result in player suspension or termination from any or all of IHNSW activities.

PLAYER’S SIGNATURE AND NAME: PARENT’S SIGNATURE AND NAME: DATE:

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Inc. ABN 72 503 170 415

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Attachment 8 - Parents and Active Volunteers Code of Conduct

Attachment 8 - Parents and Active Volunteers Code of Conduct

IHNSW PARENTS / ACTIVE VOLUNTEERS CODE OF CONDUCT As a parent of a player, you are a representative of Ice Hockey NSW and your respective Club. As such, you must conduct yourself within their governing rules, regulations, policies and procedures, and agree to: x

Adhere to the IHNSW rules, regulations, policies and procedures as well as by-laws and decisions as determined by the IHNSW Committee of Management.

x

Be a positive role model to the players, display emotional maturity and be alert to the physical safety of players.

x

Promote and maintain a drug and alcohol free sports environment for the team.

x

Treat players, opponents, coaches, officials, parents and other spectators, regardless of race, sex or creed with respect, relative to abusive language, gestures and actions.

x

Not argue with an official’s decision. I will treat officials as honest in their intentions and accept official decisions without displaying verbal and / or physical outbursts of anger.

x

Show a positive attitude toward the game and all of its participants by not yelling at players, coaches or officials.

x

Know and study the rules of the game and support the officials on and off the ice. This approach will help in the development and support of the game. Any criticism of the officials only hurts the game.

x

Encourage my child to play by the rules.

x

Applaud a good effort in both victory and defeat and enforce the positive points of the game. Never yell or physically abuse my child after a game or practice. Work toward removing the physical and verbal abuse in youth sports.

x

Recognise the importance of the volunteer coaches. They are important to the development of my child and the sport. Communicate with them and support them, but leave the coaching to the coaches. Do not coach from the stands.

x

Not be critical of the game or other players in front of my children or other players. If I have a problem, speak directly to the coach, or respective club official.

Violation of this code of conduct or any action that is detrimental to the sport in NSW may result in suspension or termination from any or all of IHNSW activities. PARENT’S SIGNATURE AND NAME: DATE:

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Inc. ABN 72 503 170 415

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Attachment 9 - Coaches and Managers Code of Ethics

Attachment 9 - Coaches and Managers Code of Ethics

TEAM COACHES AND MANAGERS CODE OF ETHICS The coach / manager of a team may be the second most influential person in a player’s life. Coaches, through their own behaviour (on and off the ice) have an enormous impact on the development of young players. In establishing a solid foundation of character building with players, the key responsibility of any coach is to lead by example. This holds true at all levels of development. The responsibilities and duties of a coach are not simple and should be dealt with in a professional manner. For these reasons and many more, Ice Hockey NSW has developed a Code of Ethics for all coaches / managers participating in IHNSW endorsed and organised tournaments, development programs and special events. These principles are considered practicable and are within the aims and objectives of this Association. Supervise the behaviour of the team at all times. Do not criticise players in front of spectators, parents and other teams. Review constructive criticism with a player in private or in the presence of the team. Accept decisions of the Referees as being fair and called to the best of their ability. Do not abuse or ridicule the Referees and Officials. Develop team respect for opponents, spectators and officials. Do not criticise other teams, supporters or officials by words or gestures. Set a good example in personal appearance and behaviour. Encourage sportsmanlike behaviour among the players. Ensure whenever possible all players have equal time on the ice. Avoid overplaying the talented players – the average players need and deserve equal time. Encourage players to work together as a unified group (teamwork). Keep yourself informed of sound coaching principles and seek more skilled advice when necessary. Must be conversant with the IHA Anti Doping Policy.

I………………………………………………………….have read Ice Hockey NSW Coaches and Managers Code of (print name) Ethics and fully understand the responsibilities and conditions disclosed. I will, to the best of my ability, abide by the Coaches and Managers Code of Ethics during all Ice Hockey NSW endorsed events.

Signature:………………………………………………

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Date:…………………………………………..

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

New South Wales Ice Hockey Association Inc. ABN 72 503 170 415

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Attachment 10 - Waiver of Liability

Attachment 10 - Waiver of Liability

IMPORTANT WAIVER OF LIABILITY FOR A REPRESENTATIVE PLAYER OF IHNSW I hereby give permission for my son/daughter………………………………..……to attend training with the …………………………………………………Team conducted by Ice Hockey NSW, and where necessary to travel with that team, play in any proposed ice hockey games and participate in all other associated activities. If my son/daughter sustains any injury, I give permission for IHNSW to provide or authorise whatever medical treatment that IHNSW reasonably believes is necessary and appropriate, at my expense, without the need for further permission from me. In consideration of IHNSW agreeing to accept my son/daughter, I hereby waive, to the extent permitted by law and with the exception of those risks and events covered by the IHNSW Sports Injury Insurance for members and notwithstanding any ineligibility, all claims for liability against IHNSW. I release IHNSW from all liability that arises while my son/daughter is participating in any training activities with the above mentioned team. Furthermore, I agree to keep IHNSW indemnified in respect to all claims for any such liability, which may be brought against IHNSW by or on behalf of my son/daughter howsoever arising. I / We understand that IHNSW provides a “basic” level of sports injury insurance, details of which are available on request to all member, and that I / We have the option of arranging supplementary cover at our discretion, either through IHNSW or privately. I acknowledge that in this document: References to IHNSW include its directors, officers and employees and any player, coach, manager, selector, referee, official, doctor, physiotherapists, trainer or qualified or unqualified first aid officer associated with or involved in the training activities, and I agree that IHNSW will hold the benefit of the waiver and release on trust for each of those persons; References to “training activities” includes but is not limited to games of Australian Ice Hockey, practice games, training and any related sporting, physical and social activities; and References to “liability” include but is not limited to liability in tort or contract for death, personal injury or damage to property and vicarious liability for assault.

SIGNED:………………………………..

SIGNED:………………………………….

NAME:…………………………………. Parent/Guardian

NAME:…………………………………… Player/Invitee

DATE:………………………………….

DATE:……………………………………

SIGNED:……………………………..

NAME:………………………………. Witness

DATE:……………………………….. P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

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Attachment 11 - Medical Authority Release

Attachment 11 - Medical Authority Release

MEDICAL AUTHORITY & RELEASE Note: teams must provide 2 copies of this form for each player/participant. One form is to be retained by the Manager, the other is to be given to the NSWIHA Inc. Name of Player (Print Full Names):………………………………………………………………………………………….. Date of Birth:……………………………………..Medicare Card No:………………………………………. Address:……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………….Postcode:……………………………… Private Health Fund Details (if applicable): Name of Fund:………………………………………………Table:…………………………………………..

1.

I/We the parent(s)/guardians(s) of the above named player or other person participating with the team hereby authorise the Association (which term for the purposes of this authorisation clause and subsequent clauses shall severally and jointly mean and include the Association, its Directors, employees, officials, agents and contractors) to: a)

In case of illness or injury which may occur in connection with his participation in all aspects of the team’s program, and also all aspects of any involvement with a State or National Team program, have a medical officer provide medical assistance and treatment to the player as deemed necessary.

2.

I/We understand that this action is to provide prompt medical treatment and assistance and that only qualified practitioners will be engaged in such treatment in an emergency.

3.

I/We advise of the following known allergies or pre-existing conditions (eg Asthma, etc): ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………

4.

……………………………………………………………………………………………………… I/We advise of the following details of any stabiliser, drug, asthmatic, heart and/or other out of the ordinary physical or medical concerns appropriate to the above player/participant. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

5. as

I/We undertake to disclose to the Association full details of all injuries, illnesses and conditions

6.

I/We acknowledge that the Association will not meet the cost of any medical or hospital service incurred and that it is my/our responsibility to ensure that I/We have adequate health insurance at all times.

provided for in Clauses 3 and 4 above.

Exclusion of liability for damage to players/participants person or property:

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

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Attachment 11 - Medical Authority Release

I/We hereby agree that the Association (which term for the purpose of this indemnity clause shall severally and jointly mean and include the Associations, its Directors, Officials, employees, agents and contractors) shall not be deemed responsible or liable, whether in contract or in tort or under any statute, for any injury, illness, loss or damage or other mishap to me or my property sustained in, arising from or out of, or in any way directly or indirectly connected with my participation in any game or with travelling, competition, training or function of whatsoever nature held during the period of my participation or with any medical or scientific examination and tests conducted on me during the period of my participation in the team or for any disciplinary or other action ordered, taken against or directed at me by, the Tournament Executive Director of the Association and any person authorised or directed by him or the Managers. I/We hereby indemnify and will at all times thereafter well and sufficiently indemnify and keep fully indemnified the Association from and against all actions, suits, causes of action, proceedings, claims, demands, costs and expenses whatsoever which may be taken or made against the Association or incurred or become payable by the Association in connection with, or arising out of any such injury, illness, loss, damage or other mishap to me or my property or any disciplinary action ordered, taken against or directed at me and hereby agree (without in anyway imposing or attaching any liability or obligation upon the Association to do so) that the Association of Affiliated Association of the Federation may act as my agent in incurring such expenses as, and/or doing whatsoever is reasonably necessary for the benefit to me in connection with or arising out of any such injury, illness, loss, damage or other mishap.

Dates:…………………………………….. Father:………………………………………

Signature:…………………………………………..

Mother:……………………………………..

Signature:…………………………………………..

Legal Guardian:…………………………….

Signature:…………………………………………..

Ph):………………………………………… Players Signature:………………………….

Parents will be notified in cases of serious illness or injury as quickly as possible, but this consent will make immediate treatment possible.

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

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Attachment 12 - Playing Up Approval

Attachment 12 - Playing Up Approval

UNDER AGE PLAYING UP CONSENT & APPROVAL FORM For Players aged under 18yrs who are registered in a lower grade and wish to play up in a higher grade

SECTION 1 - TO BE COMPLETED BY PLAYER/ MEMBER I, ____________________________________________ (family & given name), born _____/ _____/ _____ and registered in (Grade) ____________________________request permission to participate in the (higher grade) __________________________ Competition conducted by IHNSW I acknowledge that the current By-Laws of IHNSW have been adopted by the members of IHNSW out of concern for orderly play of the game of ice hockey and the safety, health and welfare of all participants. I acknowledge that by being younger than the nominal age specified by the IHNSW By-Laws, I may be exposed to an increased risk of injury or damage to my health. SIGNED: _____________________________________ (SIGNATURE)

DATE:

____/ ____/ _____

SECTION 2 - TO BE COMPLETED BY PARENT/ LEGAL GUARDIAN OF THE ABOVE I, ____________________________________________, being the parent/ guardian of the above undersigned player acknowledge that there may be an increased risk of injury should my son/ daughter/ ward, who is registered in a lower age grade, ‘play up’ in the abovementioned higher age grade. This consideration notwithstanding, I believe the above undersigned is of a sufficient standard of fitness and skill to play in this grade and hereby give my consent for the above undersigned to play ice hockey in the nominated higher age grade. SIGNED: _____________________________________ (SIGNATURE)

DATE:

____/ ____/ _____

SECTION 3 - TO BE COMPLETED BY THE TEAM COACH OF THE LOWER GRADE I, ____________________________________________, being the Team Coach for (Club)_________________ (Team)____________________________, of which the above undersigned player is a team member, acknowledge this player’s request and the possible risks involved in playing up in a higher age grade. I believe the above undersigned is of a sufficient standard of fitness and skill to play in this grade and I hereby give my approval for the above undersigned to play ice hockey in the nominated higher age grade. SIGNED: _____________________________________ (SIGNATURE)

DATE:

____/ ____/ _____

SECTION 4 - TO BE COMPLETED BY THE TEAM COACH OF THE HIGHER GRADE I, __________________________________________, being the Team Coach for (Club )_______________________ (Team)_________________________, of which the above undersigned player is a prospective team member, acknowledge this player’s request and the possible risks involved in playing in a higher age grade. I believe the above undersigned is of a sufficient standard of fitness and skill to play in this grade, and I hereby give my approval for the above undersigned to play ice hockey in the nominated higher age grade. SIGNED: _____________________________________ (SIGNATURE)

DATE:

____/ ____/ _____

SECTION 5 - TO BE COMPLETED BY AN ELECTED CLUB OFFICIAL/ COMMITTEE MEMBER I, ______________________________________, being an elected Club Official/ Committee member for __________________ (Club) of which the above undersigned player is a registered member, acknowledge the possible risks involved and give the approval of the Club along with the player’s parents/ guardian, Team Coaches and Managers’, to play up in the nominated higher age grade. SIGNED: _____________________________________ (SIGNATURE)

DATE:

____/ ____/ _____

1ST YEAR PEE WEE TO BANTAM PLAYING UP – MUST BE SUBMITTED TO IHNSW FOR FORMAL WRITTEN APPROVAL 1ST YEAR BANTAM TO MIDGET PLAYING UP – MUST BE SUBMITTED TO IHNSW FOR FORMAL WRITTEN APPROVAL PLAYERS REQUESTING TO PLAY UP 2 GRADES, MUST APPLY FOR WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM IHNSW

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Attachment 13 - Officials Report Sheet

Attachment 13 - Officials Report Sheet

REFEREE INCIDENT REPORT Date:

Venue:

Grade:

Game Number:



Home Team:

VS

Away Team:

MUST BE FULLY COMPLETED IF THERE IS A REPORT

MUST BE FULLY COMPLETED IF THERE IS A REPORT

Players Name:______________________ No:_______

Players Name:______________________ No:_______

Penalty …Game Misconduct … Match Penalty

Penalty …Game Misconduct … Match Penalty

Time Penalty … 1st Period … 3rd Period

Time Penalty … 1st Period … 3rd Period

… 2nd Period Time: _____________________

… 2nd Period Time:______________________

Name of Offence applying to IIHF Rule:

Name of Offence applying to IIHF Rule:

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

Tick the appropriate box(s) for the incident. If more than two players are reported, use a separate sheet for the report. The penalty(s) listed on this report must be the same as that on the Game Report Sheet which the Referee must sign. 

In detail, describe exactly the incident that took place: (Use a separate sheet if there is insufficient space)

Describe General Atmosphere of Game:

IHNSW PO BOX 3266 NORTH STRATHFIELD NSW 2137

Referees Signature:

Referees Name:

FAX: 8732 1625

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Linesman Name:

____

Linesman Name:

________

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Attachment 13 - Officials Report Sheet

INJURY REPORT Date:

Venue:

Grade:

_________

Home Team:

Round:

VS Away Team:

MUST BE FULLY COMPLETED IF THERE IS AN INURY Players Name:______________________ No:_______ Injury

… Yes

MUST BE FULLY COMPLETED IF THERE IS AN INJURY Players Name:______________________ No:_______

… No

Injury

… Yes

… No

Part of Body … Head … Arms / Hands … Torso … Legs / Feet

Part of Body … Head … Arms / Hands … Torso … Legs / Feet

Type of Injury … Break … Cut … Abrasion … Contusion … Concussion

Type of Injury … Break … Cut … Abrasion … Contusion … Concussion

Treatment … First Aid … Medical … No Treatment

Treatment … First Aid … Medical … No Treatment

Tick the appropriate box(s) for the incident / injury. If more than two players are reported, use a separate sheet for the report. In detail, describe exactly the incident that took place: (Use a separate sheet if there is insufficient space)

_________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Date:

Referees Signature:

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Another country

Australian RAAF

Date:

Name:

Position:

Date:

I have sighted photo identification for this person

Employer to Complete:

Signature:

I consent to the Commission for Children and Young People checking my relevant criminal records, to verify these statements. I understand that this information may be referred to the Commission for Children and Young People and/or to NSW Police for law enforcement purposes and for monitoring and auditing compliance with the procedures and standards for the Working With Children Check in accordance with Section 36 (1)(f) of the Commission for Children and Young People Act 1998.

I declare that I am not a prohibited person under the Commission for Children and Young People Act 1998.

I have read and understood the information above about prohibited persons. I am aware that it is an offence to make a false statement on this form.

Declaration:

Passport Number:

UN Refugee

Other

Australian Navy

Australian Army

Tasmania

x indecency offences punishable by imprisonment of 12 months or more x offences connected with child prostitution x possession, distribution or publication of child pornography; or x attempt, conspiracy or incitement to commit the above offences.

A prohibited person includes a Registrable person under the Child Protection (Offenders Registration) Act 2000. Details of these offences can be found online at Working With Children Employer Guidelines Fact sheet 1. A conviction includes a finding that the charge for an offence is proven, or that a person is guilty of an offence, even though the court does not proceed to a conviction.

Signature:

Government

Defence Force Academy

N.S.W

Private

Western Australia

Victoria

Northern Territory

Postcode:

x murder of a child x serious sex offence, including carnal knowledge x childrelated personal violence offence (an offence committed by an adult involving intentionally wounding or causing grievous bodily harm to a child) x kidnapping (unless the offender is or has been the child's parent or carer)

It is an offence for a prohibited person to apply for, attempt to obtain, undertake or remain in childrelated employment, or to sign this declaration. A prohibited person is a person who is convicted of the following (whether in NSW or elsewhere):

I am a volunteer or student on placement: (y/n):

I am a parent/guardian of a participating child (y/n):

Address of this organisation (if known):

Name of organisation you are volunteering for:

Title of childrelated position:

Position Details:

Issuing Country:

Passport Type:

Licence number:

Commonwealth of Aust.

South Australia

State:

Queensland

Issuing Agency:

Firearms License

Gender:

Mobile:

State:

Other given name(s):

Other given name(s):

A.C.T

Driver’s License

Licence Type:

Identifying Document:

Country:

Place of birth: Suburb/Town:

Date of birth:

Email:

Contact: Phone:

Country:

Suburb/Town:

Address Line 2:

Residential address: Address Line 1:

First name:

Previous names/aliases: Family name:

First name:

Name: Family name:

Personal Details:

An easier way? Complete this form online at check.kids.nsw.gov.au

VOLUNTEER / STUDENT DECLARATION

Attachment 14 - Child Protection

Attachment 14 - Child Protection

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Attachment 15 - Representative Players Code of Conduct

Attachment 15 - Representative Players Code of Conduct

NSW STATE TEAM PLAYERS CODE OF CONDUCT Attendance at all training sessions both on and off the ice is compulsory unless an acceptable excuse is provided to either the Team Manager, or the Coach, prior to training sessions. Failure to do so may result in exclusion from the Team. While travelling and participating as a member of the team: 1. All team members are required to be dressed in a neat and tidy manner at all times, and wear team uniforms when required. 2. All team members will be required to behave in a manner deemed appropriate as a representative of New South Wales. 3. If under the legal age, proven possession of and / or consumption of alcohol and tobacco products will not be tolerated. 4. Proven possession of and / or consumption of illegal substances will not be tolerated. 5. Interfering with another team member or a team member’s personal effects will not be tolerated. 6. Any behaviour on or off the ice considered as bringing Ice Hockey NSW into disrepute, or as being disruptive to the team, will not be tolerated. Any player / official found to have contravened the above code of conduct may be sent home. Prior to this action being taken, the player’s parents or guardian will be notified to allow the player to make appropriate arrangements. The player, parent or guardian will meet any expenses incurred by sending a player home. No prior payments / money paid, will be refunded. A report of any breach of the Code of Conduct will be given to the Ice Hockey NSW Committee of Management to deal with as they think fit. We have read and agreed to abide by the “CODE OF CONDUCT”, above.

Player’s Full Name (Print)

Parent / Guardian’s Full Name (Print)

Player’s Signature

Parent / Guardian’s Signature

Date:

Date:

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: info[email protected]

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Attachment 16 - Player's Transfer/Clearance

Attachment 16 - Player's Transfer/Clearance

PLAYER CLEARANCE / TRANSFER APPLICATION FORM SECTION 1 - APPLICANT NAME:

REG NO:

ADDRESS: ( CURRENT CLUB: TRANSFER TO (STATE, CLUB, ECSL / AIHL TEAM): GRADE FROM:

GRADE TO:

*IF UNDER 18 TRANSFERRING TO AN AIHL TEAM, A NSW PLAYING UP FORM MUST BE ATTACHED TO THIS FORM

REASON FOR TRANSFER / CLEARANCE:_________________________________________________________ SIGNED:

DATE:

_______

PARENT/GUARDIAN IF U/18:

   

SECTION 2 – CURRENT CLUB SECRETARY CLUB NAME: SECRETARY’S NAME: APPROVES OF TRANSFER / CLEARANCE: IF NO, PLEASE STATE REASON:

YES F

SIGNED:

NO F

DATE:

   

SECTION 3 – IHNSW APPROVES OF TRANSFER / CLEARANCE:

YES F

NO F

IF NO, PLEASE STATE REASON: NOT FINANCIAL F UNDER SUSPENSION F RELEVENAT DOCUMENTATION NOT RECEIVED F

SIGNED:

DATE:

P O Box 3266 North Strathfield, NSW 2137 Sports House, 6A Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW Website: www.nswicehockey.com.au

Phone: 02 8116 9811 Fax: 02 8732 1625 Email: [email protected]

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Attachment 17 - Players Game Participation Form

Attachment 17 - Players Game Participation Form

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Attachment 18 - Suspension list and Offences as of 2011

Attachment 18 - Suspension list and Offences as of 2011  IIHF Rule Number

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Attachment 19 - Abbreviation of Game Penalties Abbrev

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Attachment 20 - Game Venues and Ice Rink Addresses

Attachment 20 - Game Venues and Ice Rink Addresses The following is Ice Rink Addresses for games:

CANTERBURY ICE RINK

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Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink

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Phillips Avenue CANTERBURY NSW 2193 Ph: (02) 9789 4044 COFFS HARBOUR BIG BANANA ICE RINK Pacific Highway Coffs Harbour NSW 2450 Ph: (02) 6650 0900 ERINA ICE WORLD Shop A008 Erina Fair Shopping Centre Karalta Road Erina, NSW Phone: (02) 4367 8244 HUNTER ICE SKATING STADIUM

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Macquarie Centre

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Cnr of Waterloo & Herring Roads North Ryde, NSW 2112 Phone: (02) 9888 1100 PENRITH ICE PALACE

UBD REFERENCE:

Lot 100 Pattys Place

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Jamisontown, NSW 2750 Ph: (02) 4733 2611 SYDNEY ICE ARENA

UBD REFERENCE:

Solent Circuit, Norwest Business Park

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Baulkham Hills, NSW Phone: (02) 9659 7730

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Attachment 21 - Sanctioning of Special Games - Checklist

Attachment 21 - Sanctioning of Special Games - Checklist

SANCTIONING OF SPECIAL GAMES - CHECKLIST An application if made through the IHNSW Office with the following information provided: 1. Dates and times of the event/s. 2. Complete Team List of all Teams participating. 3. Names of the IHA Accredited Officials who will officiate the match. 4. Confirmation of payment for Officials. Payment is to be made directly to the Officials on the day of the event. If IHNSW is to pay the Officials, the appropriate fee must accompany the sanction request.

All the above should be submitted at least one month from the event. The outcome of sanction request will be advised via email from the IHNSW Executive Officer. Please note: - Only registered players can be included in teams for specially sanctioned games -

Only fully registered officials can officiate

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For the purpose of State Team training, the IHNSW CoM may sanction individual training games

ALL games involving IHNSW members (players, coaches and/or officials) in any capacity, require IHNSW sanctioning and include development camps, fundraisers, National Team practice and exhibition games and under the auspices of the National Women’s Program.

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Attachment 22 - Meeting Procedures

Attachment 22 - Meeting Procedures

IHNSW MEETING PROCEDURES Ice Hockey New South Wales 2009 Members Handbook Attachment 22 OPERATING STRUCTURE OF NSW ICE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Inc. The Association’s Democratic Structure

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Attachment 22 - Meeting Procedures

IHNSW MEETING PROCEDURES

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This document is designed to ensure the efficient and effective conduct of IHNSW business at all general meetings of the IHNSW Committee of Management. In particular, the objective is to implement standard agendas and the application of these agendas to ensure: x Meetings are conducted according to Constitutional requirements; x All Committee members are properly prepared for reporting at meetings; x Meetings are conducted in a professional manner with decorum, and x Business matters arising are actioned and closed expediently.

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Those present will respect the rights of each other in turn, whilst addressing the meeting. One conversation only will be conducted whilst a meeting is in session.

3.

Visitors attending the meeting do so in the capacity of an ‘observer’ and until invited, should not address the meeting. Observers are not permitted to make comment or take part in issues being discussed and voted upon unless invited. However, they may discuss items on the agenda with their Club Delegate prior to the meeting who can then represent their view. Should a member(s) wish to address an IHNSW meeting, they are asked to forward a formal request for attendance to the Executive Officer. The request should include the reasons or objective for their attendance and where possible, such detail should be listed on the meeting Agenda. If there is insufficient space at the meeting table once all CoM members are seated, visitors will be accommodated with seating within distance of the meeting in progress.

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