PO Box 49802 Blaine, MN 55449
Prospective SLP Traveling Coaches
SLPYHA is now accepting coaching applications for the 2013 - 2014 hockey season. All individuals wanting consideration to be a head coach at the traveling levels of hockey are required to fill out the on-line application found on the Coaches Corner portion of slpyha.org. Deadline for completing the application is June 3rd. Interviews will be scheduled in June and candidates will be notified of the Board's decision by end of June. Thank you for all you have done for our association in the past and hopefully into the future, you are the keys to our progression as a hockey organization.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to one of the Traveling Directors or the Assistant President Ted Harlan.
Kary McMahon & Brian Gordon
SLPYHA Traveling Directors
We are looking for people to fill the following positions:
Mite Director: This person will work with a co-director and will be responsible for implementing, monitoring, developing and evaluating the Mite hockey program at the D-Mite through A-Mite levels. A full job description is posted on the website.
SafeSport Coordinator: This is a new coordinator position required by USA Hockey. This person will be responsible for educating coaches and other association volunteers with USA Hockey SafeSport protocols and policies (social media, harassment, locker room safety, etc.) and ensuring compliance. This person will coordinate the flow of information and communication with the MN Hockey SafeSport coordinator. This person does not need to regularly attend Association Board meetings.
Please contact a Board member with any questions or if you are interested in helping out!
As some of you may have heard, USA Hockey has mandated that beginning in the 2013-2014 season all Mite level games be half/cross ice. Minnesota Hockey recently requested and was granted an exemption from this mandate. In addition, the District 10 Director waived the Minnesota Hockey policy of only half/cross ice games being played before December 31st.
What this means for Spring Lake Park Youth Hockey is:
For more information click here: http://www.minnesotahockey.org/news_article/show/249234
Contact a Board member with any questions.
The list below is the amount that will be either added to your outstanding balance or deducted as a credit from your account. Please drop payment in the drop box located in the south rink or mail to the P.O. Box. The overages must be paid prior to registration next season.
Credits will be applied as a payment to any outstanding balances/Volunteer hours that were not completed. If your child is going to skate next year we would appreciate if you would apply it towards next years registration to save on administrative costs.
We would like to congratulate former Spring Lake Park Youth Hockey Player and current Wisconsin-Eau Claire Head Coach Matt Loen on leading his Blugolds to their best season in school history and winning their first NCAA national championship at this year’s D-III Frozen Four. In addition to this he was also voted the USCHO D-III Coach of the year. Matt job well done.
Bingo on Mondays starting at 7:00pm
Meat Raffle on Thursdays at 5:30pm
Spring Lake Park Youth Hockey Association is a non-profit organization made up of skaters and parents who reside in the Spring Lake Park School District boundaries or attends school in District 16. Our girls program also includes girls who reside in the St. Anthony School District #282 boundaries. We currently have teams for boys and girls from the Mite to the Bantam level.