38.0 MATCH PENALTY PROTOCOL
.1 When a match penalty is assessed in a game, the offending team must submit, within forty-eight (48) hours, a fax to the ALLIANCE Executive Director containing a schedule of all games they are to play in the next twenty-one (21) days. Failing to notify the ALLIANCE may result in further suspension to the Head Coach of the participant’s team.
.2 Any player or team official under suspension for a number of games as a result of a Match Penalty shall also be suspended from all on-ice officiating (Referee) duties until such time as the suspension incurred as a player or team official has been served.
.1 Match Penalties must be reported to the ALLIANCE Office.
.2 The ALLIANCE Executive Director will report Match Penalties requiring a suspension of less than six (6) games under the OHF Minimum Suspension List. All Match Penalties that may result in a suspension of six (6) games or more must be referred to the ALLIANCE Hearing/Discipline Committee for a hearing.
The following list are the associations within the ALLIANCE who offer house league programmming:
Association Contact Information
ALLIANCE Hockey, through their member association, offers Recreational Hockey for first time participants. Below is information on where these programs can be found, what is involved in terms of approximate costs, number of games and programming. ALLIANCE Hockey is a member of Hockey Canada and the Ontario Hockey Federation.
Recreational Hockey is the very basic introductory level of Hockey also referred to as House League Hockey. Ages run from 6 to 21 years of age depending on the programming in that particular association.
• Approximately 3 times every two weeks
• Approximately 30 ice-times per year
• For actual cost contact the association.
• Includes ice-time, jersey and in some cases socks
• ALLIANCE Hockey belongs to the Ontario Hockey Federation and Hockey Canada
• Each participant is insured through Hockey Canada
• ALLIANCE Recreational Hockey has a rule where there is no body checking. There is still the opportunity for injury. The percentages decrease with body checking not in the game.
• The participant has the opportunity to learn without the concern of body checking.
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