Registration Process

IHOA receives USA Hockey registration data daily. In most cases, IHOA has your USA Hockey registration data approximately 24 hours after you register. In some instances, the process can take up to 48 hours. Please register with USA Hockey well in advance of attempting to register for your IHOA seminar.

Online registration for USA Hockey Officiating Program membership for the season began on June 1, 2022 and ends on December 31, 2022. All incomplete 2022-23 Season registrations must be completed by 11:59pm MT, February 28, 2023.


IHOA registration: July 1st, 2022 at 8:00am.

New Officials (Never Been Registered)

  • All persons who have never registered with USA Hockey as an Ice Hockey Official must register at Level 1 for the first season. All registration requirements must be completed, and you must have your Card and Crest in hand before you may accept assignments.

Returning Officials

  • Returning officials may apply for one level higher than their completed registration level the previous season. Officials are allowed to take one season as “unregistered” or “incomplete” and return at the same level they were last completely registered at with the exception of Level 4. Level 1 completely registered officials are allowed to take one season off and still be eligible for Level 2 the following season. The level that each returning official is eligible for is designated on the online officiating application.
    • An official who is 16 years old (or older) at the time current-season Membership Registration opens and has completed two (or more) seasons of officiating registration, must register as a Level 2, Level 3, or Level 4 based on eligibility.
    • You will need your USA Hockey Officials ID number. This number will be 6-8 digits in length (it does NOT contain letters). This number can also be found in your registration verification email from USA Hockey (all officials) or on your 20-21 registration card (returning officials complete in 20-21).
  • Once the online Membership Registration application has been submitted to the National Office, an official cannot change the registration level they have applied for.

 

If you have any other questions about seminars or the registration process,

please contact the Registrar  for the State of Illinois, or

fill out the form at the bottom of the page.

 

*You must first be registered with USA Hockey as an official before you may register with IHOA.*


 

FIRST: USA Hockey on-line

Membership Registration: usahockeyregistration.com

and

Register for a seminar:  https://www.usahockey.com/officialseminars

SECOND: IHOA on-line

Register for the same seminar as USAH’s registration: IHOA SEMINARS


 

 **2022-23 REGISTRATION** 

Classification Requirements

Click here for USA Hockey Registration Rules & Policies

LEVEL 1 Complete  

LEVEL 2 Complete  

  • Must complete USA Hockey online Membership Registration
    • NOTE: Ensure that your registration level with USA Hockey matches your seminar attendance. If they do not MATCH your registration will automatically be set at Level 1.
  • Must submit Registration Fee ($90.00 + separate IHOA fee)
  • Must have been Level 1 or higher (Complete) within the last two seasons
  • Must attain an Open Book Exam score of 60/75 (or higher)
  • Must attend and complete a Level 2 officiating seminar
  • Must complete Level 2 Online Education curriculum
  • Must complete SafeSport training (if 2005 Birth Year, or older)
  • Must complete and maintain a USA Hockey sanctioned criminal Background Screen if 18(+) years old on June 1, 2022

Questions? Contact the IHOA Registrar 

LEVEL 3 Complete

  • Must complete USA Hockey online Membership Registration
    • NOTE: Ensure that your registration level with USA Hockey matches your IHOA seminar attendance. If they do not MATCH your registration will automatically set at Level 1.
  • Must submit Registration Fee ($90.00 + separate IHOA fee)
  • Must have been Level 2 or higher (Complete) during the previous season
  • Must attain an Open Book Exam score of 85/100** (or higher)
  • Must attend and complete a Level 3 officiating seminar
  • Must complete Level 3 Online Education curriculum
  • Must complete SafeSport training (if 2005 Birth Year, or older)
  • Must complete and maintain a USA Hockey sanctioned criminal Background Screen if 18(+) years old on June 1, 2022

**Level 3 TENURED OFFICIALS must attain an Open Book Exam score of 45/50.

LEVEL 4 Complete

  • Must complete USA Hockey online Membership Registration
    • NOTE: Ensure that your registration level with USA Hockey matches your IHOA seminar attendance. If they do not MATCH your registration will automatically be set at Level 1.
  • Must submit Registration Fee ($90.00 + separate IHOA fee)
  • Must have been Level 3 or 4 (Complete) last season
  • Must attain an Open Book Exam score of 90/100** (or higher)
  • Must attend and complete a Level 4 officiating seminar
  • Must complete Level 4 Online Education curriculum
  • Must complete SafeSport training (if 2005 Birth Year, or older)
  • Must complete and maintain a USA Hockey sanctioned criminal Background Screen if 18(+) years old on June 1, 2022

**Level 4 TENURED OFFICIALS must attain an Open Book Exam score of 45/50.

IMPORTANT NOTES  

  • An official may not change their Registration Level to a higher level once online Membership Registration is completed.
    • NOTE: Anyone who has never officiated must register at Level 1 for the first season. Only the District Referee‐in‐Chief may make exceptions to this rule prior to registration that would foster registration at Level 2 (ex: the applicant has extensive hockey officiating experience.)  No first‐time registered official may register above Level 2 for the first season.

 

*You must first be registered with USA Hockey as an official before you may register with IHOA.*

 


FIRST: USA Hockey on-line

Membership Registration: usahockeyregistration.com

and

Register for a seminar:  https://www.usahockey.com/officialseminars

SECOND: IHOA on-line

Register for the same seminar as USAH’s registration: IHOA SEMINARS


Still have questions on registration?

Question regarding registration with IHOA? Complete the following information

 

National Level Background Screening Policy

In compliance with new requirements from the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC), USA Hockey has launched a new national-level background screening program.

WHEN DOES THE NATIONAL BACKGROUND SCREENING PROGRAM BEGIN? The new national program begins April 1, 2020, in conjunction with the opening of registration for the 2020-21 season. USA Hockey has selected NCSI to provide its background screening, a company that is the gold standard in the industry.

WHO HAS TO GET SCREENED? All adult coaches, officials, board members, employees, volunteers, and anyone else who will have regular contact with, or authority over, athletes under the age of 18 are required to submit to a background screen before any such contact with those athletes.

DIDN’T USA HOCKEY PREVIOUSLY REQUIRE BACKGROUND SCREENING? USA Hockey has had a background screening policy in place since the 1993-94 season. The responsibility to ensure background screening took place was handled through the appropriate USA Hockey Affiliate. That will no longer be the process and instead, the background screening program will be handled at the national level using NCSI. This will provide consistency, enhance USA Hockey’s world-leading SafeSport program, and comply with the requirements given to USA Hockey by the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee.

KEY SCREENING DETAILS For members who were last screened through their Affiliate after April 1, 2019, for the 2019-20 season, their screens will be valid for the 2020-21 season, and will not need to be screened under the new system until prior to the 2021-22 season. If a member’s most recent screen is from prior to April 1, 2019, the member, if in a position that requires a background screen, will need to be screened under the new system in order to participate in the upcoming 2020-21 season. All new screens submitted through the new NCSI national screening program after April 1, 2020, will be valid for two seasons. For example, a screen submitted and approved on April 15, 2020, will be valid through the end of the 2021-22 season, which is August 31, 2022.

WHAT DOES IT COST? Background screens through NCSI under the national program will cost $30 for all domestic screens. For international screens (members who have lived outside of the U.S. for six consecutive months in any one country during the past 7 years) the fee in $150. If that country is solely Canada, the fee is $75.

 

Rev 6/1/2020

2022-2023 IHOA Registration Update

As the hockey season is winding down and summer is rapidly approaching, IHOA has been hard at work getting ready to start the 2022-23 season strong with our seminars beginning in Mid-July.  As we look back at this year, we are extremely proud of our entire membership for their dedication and resilience in working through this pandemic as everyone adjusts to the new normal.  For 2022-23, IHOA has 32 seminars confirmed with the intention of adding more.

USA hockey registration has opened as of June 1st.

 IHOA plans on opening our registration on July 1st at 8 am. 

In accordance with USA Hockey’s guidelines for this upcoming season, IHOA’s seminars will be structured as the follows:

Level 1’s

  • Hybrid model consisting of (1) night of virtual classroom through Zoom (4 Hours)
  • (1) In-person session including on-ice instruction & in-person classrooms (4 Hours)

Level 2’s

  • Hybrid model consisting of (1) night of virtual classroom through Zoom (4 hours)
  • (1) In-person on-ice session partnered with a brief classroom meeting immediately after or prior to the ice portion (2 Hours)

Level 3’s

  • (1) Virtual classroom session through Zoom (4 Hours)

Level 4’s

  • (1) Virtual classroom session through Zoom (4 Hours)

 

USA hockey registration has opened as of June 1st.

IHOA plans on opening our registration on July 1st at 8am.

Confirmed Seminars to date:

Level 1’s

These will be hosted on-site at the rinks listed below, all with an accompanying virtual session that will take place on the Thursday prior to the below date.  All candidates must attend BOTH sessions to receive credit, and the sessions must occur in conjunction with the assigned virtual/in-person session.  There will be no mixing & matching, if you sign up for an in-person session on the weekend, you must be available the Thursday that immediately precedes it.

      • August 7th, 2022 – Fifth Third Ice Arena – Chicago
      • August 13th, 2022 – Rolling Meadows Community Center – Rolling Meadows
      • August 14th, 2022 – Fox Valley Ice Arena – Geneva
      • August 14th, 2022 – Mount Prospect Ice Arena – Mount Prospect
      • August 20th, 2022 – Rocket Ice Arena – Bollingbrook
      • August 21st, 2022 – Darien Sportsplex – Darien
      • August 28th, 2022 – Robert Crown Community Center – Evanston
      • September 11th, 2022 – Arctic Ice Arena – Orland Park
      • September 17th, 2022 – Glacier Ice Arena – Vernon Hills
      • September 24th, 2022 – Triphahn Ice Arena – Hoffman Estates

Level 2’s

These will be hosted on-site at the rinks listed below, all with an accompanying virtual session that will take place on the Thursday prior to the below date.  All candidates must attend BOTH sessions to receive credit, and the sessions must occur in conjunction with the assigned virtual/in-person session.  There will be no mixing & matching, if you sign up for an in-person session on the weekend, you must be available the Thursday that immediately precedes it.

      • August 7th, 2022 – Fifth Third Ice Arena – Chicago
      • August 14th, 2022 – Fox Valley Ice Arena – Geneva
      • August 20th, 2022 – Rocket Ice Arena – Bollingbrook
      • August 21st, 2022 – Darien Sportsplex – Darien
      • September 17th, 2022 – Glacier Ice Arena – Vernon Hills
      • September 24th, 2022 – Triphahn Ice Arena – Hoffman Estates

Level 3’s

These will be full virtual sessions hosted on the dates listed below:

      • July 13th, 2022
      • July 27th, 2022
      • August 10th, 2022
      • August 24th, 2022
      • September 7th, 2022
      • September 21st, 2022
      • October 5th, 2022
      • October 19th, 2022

Level 4’s

These will be full virtual sessions hosted on the dates listed below:

      • July 13th, 2022
      • July 27th, 2022
      • August 10th, 2022
      • August 24th, 2022
      • September 7th, 2022
      • September 21st, 2022
      • October 5th, 2022
      • October 19th, 2022

 

We sincerely hope you can join us for our seminars, and we promise that you will not be disappointed with the perspective & knowledge you gain from looking from “our” point of view.  Hockey is, and always will be, the greatest game on earth.  Join us and help us continue to grow our great sport right here in Illinois.

Any questions on registration or certification for the upcoming season can be directed to Registrar@ihoa.com

 

We hope to see you all later this summer,

Anthony Fiorito

IHOA Registrar

 

2022 IHOA Board of Directors, Committees, & Scholarships

Hello Fellow IHOA officials,

Let me introduce myself, I’m Brad Baumruck the newly appointed Referee in Chief of Illinois by the IHOA board.  While I’ve been an official for 24 seasons- an IHOA board member, a Seminar Committee member, and the Development Program Coordinator- none of these accolades mean anything to what our officiating community did in this past season.  The dedicated men and women of Illinois filled games all season when it seemed impossible; my hat’s off to you all!  The players appreciate it, even if our engagements with the select few made our lives awful.

I would like to point out that our past RIC, Eric Cowsill, was a unique individual who carried our association through one of the most difficult times we have ever faced.  Under his leadership, and in conjunction with Steven Rickard, we were able to still stay together and train.  As most of you may know, Eric was in attendance for almost every seminar for the past 2 years; his commitment was a major part of our success in securing our community to keep operating.  Unfortunately, he has stepped away this season, he will be missed.  We should all wish him well in his new endeavors.

Moving forward the IHOA board of directors happened Monday, May 9th.   Every election there are 5 board spots open.  Dave Zednik, Sam Celbuski, and Eric Cowsill choose not to re-run.  This season those 3 spots were filled with new members Scott Gaffney, Dan Zaloudek, and Todd Permut.  Anthony Fiorito and John Dunne remain in their past positions on the board.  Thank you to all the past board members, current board members, and new board members.

The election results were in no particular order:

  • John Dunne
  • Anthony Fiorito
  • Scott Gaffney
  • Todd Permut
  • Dan Zaloudek

Jeff Pachocca was not elected to this term but his dedication and enthusiasm to dedicate his time is appreciated.

The Executive Board of directors is as follows:

  • Brad Baumruck- Referee in Chief
  • Steven Rickard- IHOA President
  • Carl Sassolino- IHOA Vice president
  • Geoff Schlender- Treasurer
  • Erika Greenen- Secretary

The committee chairs are as follows:

  • Joe Guzzardi- Rules and Ethics
  • Brain Fisher- Seminars
  • Anthony Fiorito- Registrar
  • Brett Straley- Performance, Education, & Development (PED)

 

IHOA awarded 4 scholarships this year as well, the scholarships are awarded on officiating status, student status, and recommendations.  Congratulations to the following:

  • Marissa Lyons
  • Luke Ballentyne
  • Alexander Eilert
  • Matthew Ligeski

We all hope they do well in their goals of knowledge in the future in officiating and in their academic growth.

 

IHOA also awarded a presidential award for an official going above and beyond the duties of officiating.  We had an official during a game give CPR to a fan incapacitated and still complete his assignments.  Steven Rickard has graciously awarded the first presidential award to Mr. Todd Permut.

The new season is coming, get rested up, enjoy your families.  USAH registration opens June 1.  IHOA plans on being open by July 1 and seminars will start in August.  Please watch IHOA.COM for updates.

 

The entire board thanks you all for what you do, and we hope your summer is relaxing. We all look forward to seeing you around the rinks soon. If anyone has questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at ADP@IHOA.COM

 

All the best to you and your families,

 

Brad Baumruck- Referee in Chief

 Steven Rickard-  IHOA President

Reminder: How to Handle 601 violations

IHOA Officials-

Please remember how we officials are to handle situations that violate 601, especially (e3).

 

If the slurs/offensive language was not heard by the official(s):

1. Talk to both coaching staff/benches and

2. Send in an incident report.

2021-25 USAH RULES

Today, September 1, 2021,

USAH’s new rules are in effect.

Seminar Information **UPDATED 7/5/21**

**2021-22 Registration**

USA Hockey has various requirements for each certification level. Please visit www.usahockey.com for information.

To be completely registered, you must meet both IHOA and USA Hockey requirements.

**UPDATED 7/5/21: Minimum age for IHOA membership: 12 years old as of December 31 of the current year. **

and MUST WORK FIRST GAME WITH A MENTOR. INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THEIR SEMINAR.

 

FIRST: Register with USA Hockey on-line

*You must first be registered with USA Hockey as an official before you may register with IHOA.*

SECOND: Register on-line for an IHOA SEMINAR

***Registration will open Wednesday, July 7, 2021 @ 8:00 AM***

 

YOU MUST HAVE A VISOR FOR THE ON-ICE PORTION OF YOUR SEMINAR. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

**PLEASE NOTE THE START AND END TIMES FOR YOUR SEMINAR.**

Space at all Seminars is LIMITED! Admittance at all Seminars will require pre-registration and pre-payment.

ALL Level 1 officials under the age of 18 by July 1 of the current year will be required to have a parent or guardian attend a short session at the beginning of the seminar. This meeting will outline how to become an official, how to get games, what to do if you have a problem with fans, and the responsibilities of the on-ice official.

FIRST: Register with USA Hockey on-line

*You must first be registered with USA Hockey as an official before you may register with IHOA.*

SECOND: Register on-line for an IHOA SEMINAR

***Registration will open Wednesday, July 7, 2021 @ 8:00 AM***

 

If you have any other questions about seminars, that are not found on the FAQs page, or the registration process (name changes, registration account mistake, etc…) please contact the IHOA Registrar for the State of Illinois registrar@ihoa.com

2020-21 AHAI | IHOA Advanced Development Program

AHAI | IHOA

Advanced Development Program

The AHAI | IHOA Advanced Development Program plans on restarting in the near future via virtual Zoom meetings. The dates for the program are still being determined; however, anyone interested in the Advanced Development Program should contact Brad Baumruck at adp@ihoa.com.

Use of Goal Pegs for AHAI Games

Effective immediately, there shall be no peg use to anchor nets during games involving teams aged 10U and younger.

This rule is effective immediately and will carry through all games, including Illinois state playoffs.

USA Hockey SafeSport Program (NEW POLICY)

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Dear USA Hockey official,

You recently received a summary of several significant changes to the USA Hockey SafeSport Program. This note includes additional specific information pertinent to officials, including related to SafeSport Training requirements, mandatory reporting, and the Minor Athlete Abuse Protection Policies. Thank you for your dedication to USA Hockey programs and efforts to keep our participants safe and our programs free from misconduct or abuse.

SafeSport Training

All officials who are or will be seventeen (17) years old or older as of December 31 of that registration season must complete the SafeSport Training program as a condition of completing their certification requirements every season.

Beginning this season, the training must now be completed every year prior to participation each season (however, anyone who completed training in the most recent season (2018-19) will retain valid training status for 2019-20, and will complete training annually beginning in 2020-21). The training is provided by the U.S. Center for SafeSport, and each official must first complete the “Core Center for SafeSport Training,” which is completed online and takes approximately 90 – 120 minutes to complete. In subsequent seasons, officials will need to complete the Center for SafeSport’s “Refresher Course,” which is also online and takes 30 minutes or less to complete. There is no cost to complete either training course.

If you (or your son or daughter) are under 18 at the time of training, USA Hockey is required to obtain parental consent for the official to complete training. If you registered on or after May 28, 2019, then the consent was incorporated into your registration; if you registered prior to May 28, USA Hockey will be contacting you soon to obtain the consent of the parents for a minor age official to complete the SafeSport Training.

Mandatory Reporting

If you are an adult-aged official, then according to federal law you are considered a mandatory reporter of child abuse, including sexual abuse. In the event of any actual or suspected sexual misconduct or child abuse, you must report such information to the U.S. Center for SafeSport and, when appropriate, to applicable law enforcement.

Minor Athlete Abuse Protection Policies

The Minor Athlete Abuse Protection Policies (“MAAPP Policies”) were mandated by federal law to be put into effect by the U.S. Center for SafeSport, and are included in the USA Hockey SafeSport Program Handbook with specific information for hockey programs. The MAAPP Policies are prevention policies to prohibit and/or avoid situations where risks of misconduct can occur, including:

• One-on-One Interactions. This policy prohibits one-on-one interactions between adult members of USA Hockey or those authorized by a USA Hockey program to have regular contact with or authority over minors, unless they occur at an observable and interruptible distance by another adult. There are exceptions for emergency circumstances. The policy specifically addresses situations where these types of interactions might occur, including in meetings with a player, in individual training sessions and in settings outside the hockey program.

• Locker Rooms. USA Hockey’s existing Locker Room Policy was updated, and includes specific locker room provisions for officials to address situations when officials of different genders share a locker room and to avoid situations where an adult official and a minor are alone in a locker room. Please review the new locker room policies in the USA Hockey SafeSport Program Handbook.

• Travel. Travel is a high risk time for misconduct to occur, including when officials travel together. USA Hockey’s travel policy has been updated for both “local travel” (transportation and travel to and from local games and events) and “organization/team travel” (travel away from the home area and may include overnight stays in a hotel for games or tournaments). Except in the case of emergency, an adult official may not ride in a vehicle alone, travel alone with or share a hotel or sleeping arrangement with an unrelated minor participant.

• Athletic Training Modalities. Although officials generally do not receive treatment at the rink, from trainers or medical personnel, this policy ensures that any type of athletic training, including massages, rubdowns, taping, etc., occurs in an open and interruptible location.

• Social Media and Electronic Communications. This policy has been updated. All electronic communication from an adult official, supervisor, assignor or other person of authority to a minor-aged participant must be professional in nature. Absent emergency circumstances, if an adult official, supervisor, assignor or other person of authority needs to communicate directly with a minor-aged participant via electronic communications (including social media), the minor’s parent must be copied.

A revised copy of the USA Hockey SafeSport Program Handbook can be found at the USA Hockey website at www.usahockey.com/safesportprogram. Please refer to the SafeSport Handbook for details of these and other policies affecting USA Hockey programs. You can also reach out to your Affiliate SafeSport Coordinator or to USA Hockey if you have questions or need assistance.

Thank you again for all of your efforts in support of the safety of participants in USA Hockey programs.

2022 Central District Officiating Experience (Ames, IA): June 12-18

2022 CENTRAL DISTRICT OFFICIATING EXPERIENCE

June 17-22

Iowa State University in Ames, IA

***

WHAT

A development and exposure opportunity for certified USA Hockey officials from the Central District.

The experience is held in cooperation with the USA Hockey Central District Select 14 Camp.

The camp also serves as a USA Hockey certification seminar for the 2022-23 season.

The first half of the week will cater towards grassroots development and foundations with the latter half focusing on exposure to upper levels of our game.

Applications are being accepted now with April 30th as the deadline.

Click here for more info & application: Central District Officiating Experience 2022

UPDATED: MEDIA STATEMENT BY THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

MEDIA STATEMENT BY 

THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Dec. 31, 2021

Today Cook County Department of Public Health* is clarifying Mitigation Order 2021-11 to specify what will be allowed in youth athletics. CCDPH is acting in alignment with the Chicago Department of Public Health to have a consistent policy across Cook County and in response to requests for clarification related to youth athletics and recreation. CCDPH will continue to evaluate emerging science along with the impact of its orders and guidance and make necessary adjustments as needed.

The clarifying language states that the following are exempt from the order:

  • An individual 18 years of age or younger who enters a business subject to this Order to participate in an activity sponsored by a school, park district, child care or after-school program, or other organizations as defined in guidance by the Cook County Department of Public Health

  • Youth or adults participating in special recreation programs

  • Spectators of indoor sporting events provided that no food or drink is being served and that they remain masked at all time

Masking requirements are still in place in these facilities. Other fitness facilities in these buildings, such as fitness centers for individual workouts or group classes for adults are still covered under the masking and vaccination orders.

An updated order and guidance will be issued and effective Monday, January 3, 2022.

*CCDPH’s jurisdiction includes suburban Cook County, minus Evanston, Skokie, Oak Park, and Stickney Township.

 

 

Dr. Rachel Rubin

Dr. Kiran Joshi

Co-Leads and Senior Medical Officers

Cook County Department of Public Health

Cook County is requiring proof of vaccination for entrance into ice arena facilities

AHAI Advisory on COVID-19 and Youth Hockey  UPDATED:    December 30, 2021

Starting January 3rd, 2022, Cook County is requiring proof of vaccination for entrance into ice arena facilities. 

This includes all rinks in Cook County.

ORDER OF THE COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 MITIGATION
Effective: January 3, 2022

VALID PROOF OF VACCINATION

https://cookcountypublichealth.org/communicable-diseases/covid-19/mitigation-guidance/

Proof of vaccination means:
• A CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card; or
• An official immunization record from the jurisdiction, state, or country where
the vaccine was administered; or
• An ‘app’ that provides a digital record of vaccinations; or
• A digital or physical photo of such a card or record that includes the
individual’s name, the vaccine brand administered, and the date the
vaccination was administered.

The enforcement of any state or local orders or requirements is the responsibility of the government agency issuing the order or requirement or the facility management (i.e. ice rink or classroom). Enforcement of any state or local orders or requirements is NOT the responsibility of any on‐ice game official.

On‐Ice game officials shall not be required to enforce any COVID‐19 mask mandate for any player, coach, off‐ice official, or spectator. Complaints of COVID‐ 19 mask non‐compliance directed to IHOA / AHAI shall be referred to the government agency issuing the order or requirement or the facility management.

On‐ice game officials may report observed COVID‐19 mask violations through the “Incident Reporting System.”

Officials will be paid for any scheduled game cancelled less than 36 hours before the scheduled starting time.

Games cancelled more than 36 hours before the scheduled starting time will only incur the assignment and service fee.

***Officials who are assigned and are unable to work games due to not being admitted to the facility

will not be paid and need to contact their assigner ASAP.***

ADP Sessions scheduled

DATELOCATIONCLASS TIMEICE TIMETOPIC
February 15, 2022ZOOM730p-930pn/aTBD

 

Register for events here: Register for events here

Email APD Coordinator Brad Baumruck: Email ADP Director Brad Baumruck