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Nov 17, 2014

ADM MITE CROSS ICE/HALF ICE GUIDLINES

USA HOCKEY & NYSAHA AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT MODEL

 

 

The USAH/ NYSAHA ADM Program applies to all associations with tournament bound teams designated by NYSAHA as part of their good standing. All USA Hockey registered house/recreational programs are to participate in the ADM model as well.

 

Starting 2014 all associations will play 6Ucross ice

Starting 2014 all associations will play 8U half ice or cross ice

 

Starting of the 2014-15, season 6 U and 8 U birth years only, all tournament bound

youth and girls organizations are mandated by USA Hockey to strictly be cross ice

programs. All NYSAHA Association that does not have an ADM registered program

may be declared ineligible for sectional or state completion.   

 


6 & Under Cross Ice Division

 

  • Recommended use of bumpers/dividers and mini boards  to section the ice off
  • Cross Ice practices and games recommended  30-40 Practices /Games 16-20
  • Teams 7 to 9 skaters per team
  • In House competition schedule
  • Neighboring facilities can invite and set their own schedule
  • Mini net with rotating goalies/Blue puck
  • Season length: 25 weeks as determined by facility
  • Coach(es) will serve as officials or one official
  • One jamboree to be hosted by association or facility

 

8 & Under Major Half Ice/Cross Ice Division

 

  • Recommended use of bumpers/dividers and mini boards to section the ice off
  • Half /Cross ice practices games all season. 30-40 Practices /Games 16-20  1 Off  Ice Practice a week
  • Teams 9-12 skaters per team
  • Season length 25 weeks as determined by facility
  • Coach(s) will serve as officials or one official
  • One jamboree to be hosted by association or facility
  • Neighboring facilities can invite and set their own schedule
  • 3 x 4 net recommended with rotating goalies/Blue Puck

 

 

 

     

USA HOCKEY & NYSAHA AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT MODEL

 

 

  GAME FORMAT HALF ICE 8U

 

  • Only faceoff to start the halves-On goals puck is placed behind net and other team gets puck while scoring team retreats to half ice. When buzzer is blown puck is spotted evenly between teams near far boards for play to continue  (half ice or cross)
  • Nets + blue pucks recommend 3X4 or mini
  • Goal nets placed for half ice games are half the distance from end board’s v Bumpers or Mini Boards placed along the red centerline. Teams share benches and go out different doors for half ice or sit on bumpers for cross ice.
  • TEAMS….. … 4 X 4’s + goalie.
  • REFEREES… coaches or officials will officiate.
  • CLOCK……. 2 x 28 minute running time. 1:30 shifts
  • PENALTIES…Play is not stopped, but player will be sent to and informed of the infraction. Another player subs or play 4 v3 until next buzzer. Child with penalty will go back on his or her next shift.  No face off, officials will keep play going.

 

 

 

 

GAME FORMAT CROSS ICE 6U

 

  • 3X3  mini nets + blue pucks.
  • TEAMS…. …*8U  3v3 or 4v4 depending on number of players  
  • TEAMS……..*6U. 3X3 or 4 x4 depending on number of players
  • Goals are place on each face-off circle
  • REFEREES…. 1 man system (stripes) or coaches.
  • CLOCK… …...130 min 2 Stop time periods. 28 min periods
  • PENALTIES.…Standard USA Hockey Rules, explain to player when infraction occurs.

 

 

Nov 06, 2014

Please Report Scores

All Home teams are to post scores as soon as possible after the game. Visiting team can also post score if Home team does not. There is no way we can figure out correct standings if scores are not posted. Please do not contact the HVHL unless your team has everything posted correctly. 

Sep 25, 2014

Progressive Penalties Suspension Schedule

Player Rule 411 Penalties USAH Susp. HVHL Susp. Total Games
First Rule 411 Suspension 1 Game NONE 1 Game
Second Rule 411 Suspension 1 Game 1 Game 2 Games
Third Rule 411 Suspension 3 Games 2 Games 5 Games
Fourth Rule 411 Suspension 5 Games 4 Games 9 Games
Fifth Rule 411 Suspension Hearing Hearing Hearing
       
Coaches Rule 411 Penalties USAH Susp. HVHL Susp. Total Games
3 411 Majors in 1 Game First Time 1 Game NONE 1 Game
Second Occurance 3 Games 2 Games 5 Games
Third Occurance Hearing Hearing Hearing
       
Player Rule 615 Fighting Penalties USAH Susp. HVHL Susp. Total Games
1st Offence 1 Game NONE 1Game
2nd Offence 3 Games 2 Games 5 Games
3rd Offence Hearing Hearing Hearing

Sep 22, 2014

Attention MITE TEAMS and ORGANIZATIONS

All organizations must contact Stacey Wierl at sswierl@optonline.net and report what Mite teams and levels they have (to the best of their knowledge) so she can compile a list for the HVHL Organizations for ease of scheduling and to make sure that teams are playing teams of similar ability. Please do this ASAP. The compiled results will be posted here as soon as everyone responds. Thank you for your cooperation. 

 

The following are the mite contacts for the HVHL. Please try to schedule a home and home with like level teams. Thanks.

HVHL Mites - 2014/2015

Scarsdale:
1 A
2 B
1 Mite C level developmental team
Contact: scarsdalemites@gmail.com

Mariners:
1 A1
1 A2
1 B/C
Contact: Marinermites@gmail.com

Rye Rangers:
2 A
4 B
4 C
Contact: jalty1@aol.com, sketchabaw@aol.com

Bedford:
1 A
1 B
1 C
Contact: Hattrick0309@yahoo.com

Vipers:
1 A
1 B
Contact:skymensi@aol.com

Palisade Predators
1 A
1 B/C
Contact: jwalsh@olace.com

New Rochelle:
2 B/C
1 C
Contact: Erika.vigna@gmail.com

Bronxville
1A
Contact: greg@homeice.com

Mamaroneck
1 A (playing LIHAL)
1 B/C
Contact: Stephbgarvin@gmail.com

Pelham
1 A
2 B/C
Contact: Joannezabatta@hotmail.com (A Team) Jonathan.b.hartley@gmail.com

West Point
1 A/B
Contact: john@bauercrowley.com

North Rockland
1 B/C 
Contact: mikecahill@rocketmail.com

Millbrook
1 A
1 B
1 C
Clare0803@aol.com

White Plains
1 A
1 B
1 C
Contact: Jasonleddy@optonline.net

Aug 04, 2014

Scheduling Games

Please do NOT write in any opponent team names when entering your HOME games. All these games will be cxld by the league and must be reentered.