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Eye Protection Requirements

 

Adult League Members,

                In a recent meeting between several influential people at the rink to discuss the latest events, we have come to the conclusion that the enforcing of the high-stick rule has been hindering more than helping. As Management, we have agreed to dissolve the changes to the said rule immediately. NO eye protection will be required, but strongly recommended. This is due to the overwhelming concern about this issue. I realize that some of you have already purchased equipment and we apologize if you now decide not to wear the protection. I myself have chosen to continue to wear eye protection.

Reason for the initial enforcement of the rule:

                With the recent injuries that we all know have occurred. We felt we needed to address the situation quickly before something more serious happened. It was our attempt to be Pro-Active in the situation and also make the game safer so we all can play well into the future. Because the Laws outside the rink regarding these situations are not in the participants favor, we decided to take it into our own hands and try and protect everyone better than those Laws state we have to. Please be confident that we are trying to create an atmosphere that we can all enjoy and not have to worry about such issues. However, we also realize that you as participants are paying good money and deserve a “good product” for lack of a better term. Hindsight being 20/20, we have also realized we should’ve approached this in a different manor and included more input from more resources. Those resources have spoken and we have listened to many concerns. Lesson learned. In the future, we will do our best to include more input in making these kinds of decisions. Our main concern is that cuts will heal, teeth can be fixed, but you cannot replace an eye as many of you have heard me say before. It was not our intention to make these decisions for you or alter the way the game is played, but it happened and we apologize for the inconvenience that occurred. Therefore, all of the Adult League games that were played last weekend, March 28th, 29th, and 30th will be replayed at no extra cost to the teams involved. To be clear, referee fees will be provided by Management. The makeup dates will be scheduled for May 23rd, 24th, and 25th. Please check the calendar on this site.

                Regarding similar situations in the future, if you have any concerns, participants need to come to us. Contacting others will not resolve anything if we do not know about your concerns. We are grateful that a few concerned people came to us to discuss this or we would have never been informed of the situation. So in the future, it is our choice to have an “open door” policy regarding any concerns you have so please take advantage. You are more than welcome to discuss your concerns with us.

Thank you for your time and understanding.

Management,

James Queen

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Dek Hockey Leagues
Onsite Registration Cost
Online Registraion Cost

Chipmunks: 4-6 years old

$45
$45+$3.00 online processing fee

Penguins: 7-9 years old

$65
$65+$3.50 online processing fee

Beaver: 10-12 years old

$65
$65+$3.50 online processing fee

Cadet: 13-15 years old

$65
$65+$3.50 online processing fee

Freshman: 16-18 years old

$65

payment will be collected at first game

Adult: 16 and older
$425
$425+$15 online processing fee
Late registration n/a online fee+$10 late registration fee

Players under the age of 18 must wear a helment with a cage, shin pads, elbow pads, and gloves.