Tryout rosters have been posted under the tab above that reads "TRYOUTS". If you have any questions, please EMAIL Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org
The HOC has incorporated skills sessions in place of Open Hockey, as a more structured approach to player development prior to tryouts. These sessions are NOT mandatory. Players involved in fall sports should focus on their sport and attend open hockey and skills when they are able. Attendance is not mandatory and is not tracked.
Registration now open for 2023-2024 Tournaments. Go to the tournaments page for details.
LETS PLAY HOCKEY - The HOC will use the registration data to determine the necessary teams and Levels that will give our athletes the best environment to develop their skills while representing ROCK RIDGE YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION in the district, regions, and State Tournaments.
Raffle Pick up will be Wednesday Between 5:15-7pm September 27th, 2023 at the ITMEC for those of you who registered and paid but did not claim your raffle items.
See Chris Bialke - Vice President until May 2024.. Then you may be the next Board member.... consider donating your time and talents to RRYHA.
In addition to the development of our hockey players and enjoyment of the sport of hockey, the safety and protection of our participants is central to RRYHA’s goals. RRYHA adheres to USA Hockey’s SafeSport Program as a means to help protect its participants from physical abuse, sexual abuse and other types of misconduct, including emotional abuse, bullying, threats, harassment and hazing. To help prevent abuse or misconduct from occurring in our locker rooms, RRYHA has adopted the following locker room policy. This policy is designed to maintain personal privacy as well as to reduce the risk of misconduct in locker rooms.
MH acknowledges the Locker Room Monitoring Policy as established by USA Hockey. Monitors must be the same gender as the players and undergo background screening by MH to serve in this capacity. When coaches are not the same gender as the players, coaches may not be in the locker room while players are changing unless the players have a base layer on or come to the rink in a base layer.
1. No team or player shall be allowed to enter a locker room prior to a scheduled event until a locker room monitor is present in the locker room and such monitor shall remain in the locker room until the last player leaves the locker room unless coaches are present. When coaches are present in the locker room,they may serve as locker room monitors.
2. Any coach's(es') meeting(s) with an individual, minor player shall be conducted on the ice, on the bench, in the locker room with the other team members and/or locker room monitor(s) present, or in an observable and interruptible setting.
3. When a player is ejected from a game there must be at least two adults consisting either of locker room monitors or coaches in the locker room with the suspended player. If there is a break and players go to the locker room without coaches, a locker room monitor must be inside the locker room.
4. Alleged violations of these rules shall cause a mandatory hearing to be held in accordance with MH Bylaw Article 6. If warranted, a suspension penalty may be levied upon the head coach or person in charge of the team if the head coach is not present. The penalty for violations of this rule shall be $500 for the first offense, $1,000 for the second offense, and $2,500 for the third offense. These fines are the responsibility of the offending team and shall be paid to the applicable
Cell Phones and Other Mobile Recording Devices
Cell phones and other mobile devices with recording capabilities, including voice recording, still cameras and video cameras, are not permitted to be used in the locker rooms. If phones or other mobile devices must be used, they should be taken outside of the locker room. [it may be permissible to have team manager collect phones]
Prohibited Conduct and Reporting
RRYHA prohibits all types of physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, bullying, threats, harassment and hazing, all as described in the USA Hockey SafeSport Handbook. Participants, employees or volunteers in RRYHA may be subject to disciplinary action for violation of these locker room policies or for engaging in any misconduct or abuse or that violates the USA SafeSport Policies. Reports of any actual or suspected violations, you may email USA Hockey at SafeSport@usahockey.org or may call 1-800-888-4656.
The information presented in this policy is subject to changes. All parents/guardians should reference the Rock Ridge website at www.rryha.org for the most current guidelines.
Please contact below to schedule games for the 23-24 season.
Next Rock Ridge Youth Hockey Board Meeting is October 9th @ 6 pm @ ITMECC in Virginia. If you would like to get on agenda please email email@example.com 5 days in advance.
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