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      Pagel - Zamboni Driver/Rink Attendant Needed

      Part-time Zamboni Driver/Rink Attendant wanted, evenings/weekends, 15-30 hours per week. Flexible hours

      Main duties/responsibilities include: maintaining ice surfaces, general facilities cleaning and maintenance, concession duties and customer service.

      No experience necessary.  Training available.

      Pay based on experience $10-$12 per hour
       

      If interested contact:

      Greg Clough – gregclough@hotmail.com

      Denise DeBoer – denise@pagelcenter.com


      IMPORTANT Notice - Rink2 Off-Ice Shooting Area - Helmets Required!

      HELMETS REQUIRED IN OFF-ICE SHOOTING AREA! 

      It is imperative hockey players of all ages and abilities wear appropriate protective equipment and are supervised in the Off-Ice Shooting Area. 

      The intention of the space and the new building was and is to provide a place for kids to work on their skills and finally have a place to shoot pucks both as a team practice and also as a drop-in shooting and development area.  The community aspect of the new building and facility is incredibly important and we want that to continue however, we must be diligent about the safety of our kids, regardless of age. 

      We ask for your help in holding players accountable for wearing their helmets as this is far beyond just the coaches’ responsibility alone.  Signs will be posted in the area as a reminder.

      HELMETS REQUIRED IN OFF-ICE SHOOTING AREA!


      MN Hockey Article - Early Season Points of Interest

      The first few weeks of the season are always an exciting time of the year. Every team has a blank slate and players of all ages are energized about the opportunities ahead.

      It’s also one of the most critical times of year as the tone established early on often sets the stage for the entire season. Setting the right course for the team and each player individually can help raise everyone on the team to new heights.

       

      For the full article - MN HOCKEY


      Mission of the Minnetonka Youth Hockey Association (MYHA)

      We are committed to providing an athletic experience and opportunity for all children that is based on the following principles:
       

      • We strive for fairness and inclusiveness in recognizing and accommodating each player's goals or special needs;
         
      • We value participation in athletics as a means to building personal self-esteem, self-discipline, effective social skills and respect for others;
         
      • We give every player an opportunity to participate and develop his or her skills through high quality instruction and positive mentoring;
         
      • We encourage individual success and enjoyment of the sport through a defined skill development program for all ages and levels;
         
      • We believe that player excellence in the classroom and on the ice be recognized and rewarded;
         
      • We consistently evaluate the quality of the programs that serve our membership to ensure a premier hockey association and experience for our players.
         

      MYHA Board Approves Royal Blue Colors

      In an effort to promote a standardized uniform for MYHA players, the MYHA board has approved a new rule to standardize the equipment colors.  Beginning with the 2015-16 season, all MYHA participants on the "Travel," levels (Squirt/10U, Peewee/12U, Bantam/15U) will be required to wear royal blue helmets, gloves and breezers (or shell).  These requirements do not apply to Mites or 6U/8U teams, however we encourage them to purchase royal blue when possible.


      MYHA Contact Information

      Minnetonka Youth Hockey Association
      18313 Highway 7
      Minnetonka, MN 55345
      Phone: (952) 470-4099
      Fax (952) 470-4471
      email MYHA

      Pagel Activity Center
      952-470-4099

      Greg Clough
      Arena Operations & Facility Scheduling
      952-470-4409

      Denise DeBoer
      Office Manager
      952-470-4099
       

       

      MYHA Donations

      Mail donations to:

      Minnetonka Youth Hockey Association
      Attn: Treasurer
      18313 Highway 7
      Minnetonka, MN  55345

      OR

      CLICK HERE TO DONATE ONLINE

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      MYHA Safe Sport Coordinator

      USA Hockey implemented a set of policies called The SafeSport Program. The purpose of this program is to create the safest possible environment for participation in hockey. Mike Mann is MYHA's SafeSport coordinator.

      The comprehensive program is focused on creating an environment that will deter abusers and assist those in the hockey community in recognizing, reducing and responding to allegations or suspected abuse. You can read about the program by clicking on the link below.

      If you observe anyone violating a SafeSport Program policy, contact Mike at vp@tonkahockey.org.


      MYHA News and Photos

      Managers: Submit your stories and photos to hello@tonkahockey.org and it will get posted.

      Free custom mouthguards - offered year round

      Chartier Orthodontics offers free of charge, custom athletic mouthguards all year round. Simply call the office to schedule an appointment and your custom mouthguard will be ready shortly.

      854 West 78th Street, Suite 205
      Chanhassen, MN 55317
      952-797-3018

      http://www.chartierortho.com/

      Minnesota Hockey Recreation League

      The Minnesota Hockey Recreation League (“Rec League”), presented by Hiway Federal Credit Union, is entering its ninth season of offering players in the greater metro area a low cost, low commitment hockey alternative.  The Rec League focuses on teaching basic hockey skills and sportsmanship in a no check, low pressure environment that fosters a love of hockey.