Sports Club Technical Director
SPORTS CLUB MANAGER
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Operating out of Rosedale Park’s outdoor rink, Mooredale’s hockey program offers an opportunity for kids to experience Canada’s favourite winter sport in a unique environment. Our program is recreational and grassroots in nature, which is perfect for those who are new to the sport, and those looking to play in a non-competitive setting.
We offer programming for U6/7 (Intro to Hockey) U10 U12-U15, and 16+ age divisions.
By registering for this Mooredale Sport activity, I agree to pay Mooredale for the annual Mooredale Membership Fee by VISA or MasterCard. For more information contact Joanna Ingram at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-922-3714 ext 103 between 8am and 4pm.
Typical Week in Mooredale Outdoor Hockey
Intro to Hockey (U6 & U7)
Our Intro to Hockey division focuses on introducing our U6 and U7 players to the basics and fundamentals of hockey in an environment that is fun, relaxed, and inclusive. Sessions will focus on developing proper skating techniques and puck handling skills, and will be led by our Hockey Technical Staff. Players will have two 45-minute long session on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
Players in this division will have one practice (45 minutes) and one game (45 minutes) per week. This season, our U10s will be playing a Cross-Ice format for their games. This will involve dividing the ice into smaller sections for game play (e.g. 3-on-3 games). As a result, players will have more opportunities to touch and handle the puck, and will develop a better feel for the spot, before they progress to full ice game play.
Players in these divisions will have one practice (60 minutes) and one game (60 minutes) during the week. The practice sessions will be run by our Hockey Technical Staff and assisted by our Jr. Coaches. The emphasis will be on development the fundamental skills and building onto them by introducing more advanced skills.
16+Intro to Hockey, Shinny
New to Mooredale Hockey is a division for 16 and up players. There will be games held on Wednesday 7:45-8:45PM. This league is welcome to Mooredale Alumni, Parents or anyone else looking for casual hockey games.
- Intro to Hockey, U10, U12-U15
Registration Opens July 1
Don’t miss our EARLY BIRD SPECIAL $380 price increases to $440 Oct. 24, 2022
Program runs for 13 weeks
2022/23 Co-ed Outdoor Hockey played at local Rosedale Park. Runs for 10 weeks starting November 28, 30, Dec. 1 to March 6, 8, 9.
Mooredale Hockey Jersey Packages will be included in your purchase and will be distributed on the first day. You must have a certified helmet and stick to participate in the program.
16+ age group
December 5, Wednesdays – from 7:45-8:45pm
Location: Rosedale Park
You don’t need full equipment, but you will need to bring helmet, skates, gloves and stick, if you’re under 19 years old, a full-face mask and neck guard is highly recommended. Hockey gloves, mandatory for all participants and you must bring your own skates, sticks and pucks.
Other shinny rules:
- No goalies in shinny
- No body contact
- Puck is not to be raised off the ice
- No slap shots
- Only one puck is allowed on the ice during a game
Blackout date – December 17 – Jan 2
Description of Shinny Hockey program, show up, play, have fun, pick up game,
This program is 16+ year old’s, show up and play with supervision by club staff.
Shinny is an informal game of hockey played on ice. There is usually minimal equipment needed to play and no goaltender.
What’s Included in Registration
- Ice time
Note: a current Mooredale membership is required to participate in all Mooredale Sports programs. More information on membership is available here.
Please note: unless we are provided with a copy of a medical note (which prevents your child from participating in all sport activities) there will be no refunds past the November 26th deadline.
All cancellations and requests prior to the November 26th deadline for reimbursement are subject to a $50 admin fee.
Refunds will not be issued as a result of cancellations due to inclement weather or poor ice condition.
What’s Included in Registration for Intro to Hockey U10, U12, U15.
- Jersey & Hockey Socks
- Referee & technical staff fees
Tentative Playing Nights & Times
The Mooredale Outdoor Hockey season will begin at the end of November (weather permitting) and run through until the end of February.
- There are no sessions scheduled on the following dates:
- December 17 – Jan 2 Holiday Break
- Cup Day is March 9th
Age Group Time Slots (Tentative)
- Intro to Hockey
- 16+ Intro to Hockey, Shinny
|5:30-6:15pm U10 Practice||5:30-6:15pm Intro||5:30-6:15pm Intro|
|6:15-7:00pm U10 Practice||6:15-7:00pm U10 Game||6:30-7:15pm Learn to Skate|
|7:00-8:00pm U12-15 Practice||7:00-7:45pm U12-15 Game|
|8:00-9:00pm U12-15 Practice||7:45-8:45pm 16+ Intro to Hockey, Shinny|
- This schedule is subject to change as a result of final registration numbers, permits, and facility availability. Mooredale reserves the right to merge age groupings together in the case where a division is not viable due to registration numbers.
- Rescheduling of missed sessions are subject to facility & permit availability, and are weather permitting. Refunds will not be offered for sessions missed as a result of inclement weather and/or poor ice condition.
The first week of the hockey season (beginning of December) are evaluation weeks. Players are put through drills and games that allow our coaches to evaluate the players and create player ratings. These ratings are for our internal use only – we use them to do our best and create balanced divisions so games can be competitive and fun for all. We encourage all players to attend so that we can have a good picture of the divisions before we begin the rostering process.
Evaluation Week Schedule will be announced closer to the season start.
For the U10, U12 & U15 age divisions, players will be split into 2 groups for the evaluation weeks. You will receive an email in the week before Evaluations begin indicating which group your child has been assigned to.
Our Hockey Technical Staff members have a great deal of experience playing and coaching at high levels. They will be on hand during all practices to run our players through drills and games, and pass on their knowledge.
Our volunteer coaches are a key part of our Outdoor Hockey program, and we are always looking for more individuals to help us out. If you’re interested in coaching in the league this year, make sure to select the option when registering your child, or contact us at email@example.com
Teammate Request Policy
Mooredale will allow only a like for like teammate request. If requested at the time of registration, Mooredale will make every effort to accommodate placement on a team with ONE other registered player.
Only one request will be accepted and will be considered only if both players request one another (i.e. Player A requests Player B & Player B requests Player A).
Such a teammate request must be made in writing, in an email to the Sports Club (firstname.lastname@example.org), and will not be accepted over the phone.
Requests will not be granted after November 25.
Players cannot request to be on specific teams or teams with specific coaches. The request MUST be one for one with another player.
- Helmet (must have a face mask – metal cage or full plastic shield)
- Mouth guard
- Neck Guard, Shoulder Pads, Elbow Pads, Gloves
- Hockey Pants, Shin Guards
- Jock/Jill Strap