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Sault Female Hockey Association

A Few Reminders for Parents, Fans and Players

As the new SFHA house league season has begun the SFHA Executive would like to remind everyone why we are participating in this great game of hockey.

The game provides players a source of exercise, competition and  socialization.  It is fun to participate! For both players and fans it is important that we all treat fellow players, fans and officials with respect.

 There will be times where disagreements occur. The executive asks that you please follow the 24 hour rule when you have a concern that may be causing you to be upset. This 24 hour rule is designed to be a calming down period. This can help to avoid unnecessary conflict.

After this period, please approach your league convenor first to address the issue. The convenor can direct you from there if need be.

Thank you and enjoy the season!

SFHA Executive

Attendance at Practices vs Games

To all parents, players and families,

The game of hockey is fun to play, especially when we become more skilled over time and attain confidence in our abilities. The SFHA has always hoped to see the players improve each season, and a necessity for improvement is practice.

Unfortunately, early this season we are already noticing a sharp reduction in attendance at many practices as opposed to attendance at games. Some parents have been reported to have arrived at the rink and turned around and left with their child after discovering that the ice time for that day was "only a practice".

We strongly encourage every parent and player to perceive practice as a significant part of their child's hockey experience, and to understand that it will ultimately help the players enjoy the game more completely as their skills improve.

Because the executive values practice, we will be paying attention to the attendance at practice throughout the remainder of October and the first week of November. If attendance at practice is not improving, the schedule will be changed so that it will not indicate whether an ice time is a game or a practice. We hope that this is not going to be necessary, but we will follow through if attendance at practice continues to be significantly lower than at games.

SFHA Executive

Dressing Room Hallway Areas

Parents and non-hockey staff, please observe posted signs about parents staying out of dressing room areas, particularly a problem at the Rankin Arena. Only coaching staff and players are permitted in these areas. There have been complaints that others are outside the dressing rooms, and when the doors open the inside of the dressing rooms are visible.

As a reminder, staff are to be positioned such that they are facing the ice surface when in these areas and preferably with their backs along the same wall as the dressing room.

Thank you,
SFHA Executive

2014/15 Registration

Click Here To Open Online Registration

This year goalies new to SFHA house league will get a 50% rebate at the season's end. Once again we will offer "Play with a Friend" - new girls to SFHA will be guaranteed to play with a current friend who plays in SFHA if they request it. One friend per current player. Also, the Storm program will operate again this year for Atom, PeeWee and Bantam divisions. Rates for registration will be $525 for Atom and Pee Wee, and $600 for Bantam and Intermediate.

All girls must register online and payments must be made with a credit card  (parents may also send in a money order). All fees must be paid in full before girls will be allowed on the ice for insurance reasons. Anyone with questions should contact Kerry O'Connor at 906-635-5407.

New for Fundamentals

This year Fundamentals registration fee will only be $99. Register your daughter now to learn the basic skills of hockey.

Special Thanks

The Sault Female Hockey Association would like to thank Mark Pavoni of Cliffe Printing and Robert Prouse of Prouse Motors for their help and generosity in our SFHA advertising.



Upcoming Events

Saturday,  Nov 1
Ice Breaker Cup
Sunday,  Nov 2
Ice Breaker Cup

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