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2015 Conditioning Clinic

Maulers Training Camps and Checking Clinics


Maulers Training Camps
The Pre-season Maulers Conditioning Clinics, while highly recommended, is optional for an additional fee.  Maulers Hockey has prepared an excellent program emphasizing conditioning, power skating, and hockey and goaltending skills.  Maulers Conditioning Clinics are open to both travel and house players.

Cost: $75.00 for the entire series or a walk-up fee of $35 per player per session. 

 

Level
Session 1
Session 2
Session 3
Squirt (2005-2006)
Sunday, August 23, 2015
11:20am - 12:20pm
Rink Side
Monday, August 24, 2015
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Rink Side
Friday, August 28, 2015
6:40pm - 7:40pm
Rink Side
Pee Wee (2003-2004) Sunday, August 23, 2015
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rink Side
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
5:45pm - 6:45pm
Rink Side
Friday, August 28, 2015
7:50pm - 8:50pm
Rink Side
Bantam (2001-2002) Sunday, August 23, 2015
4:40pm - 5:40pm
Rink Side
Monday, August 24, 2015
6:10pm - 7:10pm
Rink Side
Friday, August 28, 2015
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Rink Side
Midget (1997-2000) Sunday, August 23, 2015
5:50pm - 6:50pm
Rink Side
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
6:55pm - 7:55pm
Rink Side
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
9:50pm - 10:50pm
Rink Side
 
All players are required to have a valid USA Hockey number before entering the ice for any of the Conditioning Clinics.



Bantam Checking Clinics
 
All House and Travel Bantam level players and above are required by USA Hockey to participate in a mandatory checking clinic prior to the start of the season. 
 
If you did not attend a checking clinic in the spring you must register to attend this clinic.

There will be a $25.00 fee if not registered for the above bantam conditioning clinics.


 
Off-Ice Portion On Ice

Thursday, August 27, 2015
4:10 – 5:10 PM
Rink Side

Thursday, August 27, 2015
5:30 – 6:30 PM
Rink Side
 


Questions? Contact George Roth,
    
     or call (847) 856-1064 ext. 532

Register in Guest Services at Rink Side or call (847) 856-1064 ext. 502

by posted 07/29/2015
Try-out Schedule

Level

Day 1

Day 2

Squirt (2005-2006)

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

6:10pm - 7:10pm
Rink Side

Thursday, September 3, 2015
7:10pm – 8:10pm
IcePlex

Pee Wee (2003-2004)

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
5:30pm – 6:30pm
Rink Side

Friday, September 4, 2015

6:20pm – 7:20pm

IcePlex

Bantam (2001-2002)

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
6:40pm – 7:40pm
Rink Side

Friday, September 4, 2015

7:30pm – 8:30pm

IcePlex

Midget (1997-2000)

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

7:20pm – 8:20pm
Rink Side

Thursday, September 3, 2015
8:20pm – 9:20pm
IcePlex

U10 & U14 Teams

Thursday, September 3, 2015

6:10pm – 7:10pm

IcePlex

Friday, September 4, 2015

6:50pm – 7:50pm

IcePlex

Date and Times are subject to change

 

Player Requirements before Entering the Ice for Tryouts:

•All players must complete their registration located on the maulershockey.com website.

•All players must register with USA HOCKEY through the online registration website: http://www.usahockeyregistration.com/

•Registration and conduct agreement forms must be completed and fees must be paid prior to tryouts.

•Players must visit the check-in table located in the lobby of the ice arena.

•Reimbursement of missed tryouts will not be refunded.

•If a player is offered a roster spot and does not accept the position, the amount due at registration less $300 will be refunded.

 


by posted 07/21/2015
Summer Goalie Clinic

 

Click Here for the Summer Goalie Clinic Information


posted 06/08/2015
New AHAI Suspension Rule

 

In an effort to help control inappropriate spectator behavior, the following AHAI rule is effective immediately.

 

PARENTS/SPECTATORS

 

A game will be stopped by on-ice officials when the parents/spectators displaying inappropriate or disruptive behavior interfere with other parents/spectators or the game. The on-ice officials will identify violators to the coaches for the purpose of removing parents/spectators from the parents’/spectators’ viewing and game area. Once removed, play will resume. Lost time will not be replaced. Violators will incur a minimum mandatory 3-game suspension from that team’s games and may be subject to further disciplinary action by the local governing body.

 

The reasons for this necessary minimum 3-game suspension rule are simple; last season there was a marked increase in parents’/spectators’ behavior being out of control. These behaviors included verbal and physical altercations with officials, players and other spectators. Additionally clubs/teams that have a responsibility to help control and penalize these behaviors were asking for guidance from AHAI.

 

No matter why a spectator is asked to leave, the minimum suspension is 3 games. There is emphasis on a minimum of 3 games.

Here is how the reporting system works:

An official will file an electronic “Incident Report” detailing the official’s version of the occurrence with the AHAI R&E Committee. The Committee sends the report to the spectator’s club in order for the club to conduct an investigation. Upon completion of the spectator’s club investigation (that should include talking to the accused spectator) the investigating club will report back to the AHAI R&E Committee for final approval of the minimum 3-game suspension or any additional imposed suspension.

This is a very simple rule. Any spectator asked to leave a rink by an official or by the rink personnel will automatically miss a minimum of 3 games. No questions asked.

posted 05/11/2015
Congrats Coach John

Congratulations to Coach John Berthiaume, Pee Wee Black, for being selected for the BMO Harris Bank Coach of the Month for February. 

 

John will be recognized during an on-ice ceremony at the Blackhawks game on Friday, March 27th vs. Columbus Blue Jackets at 7:30pm. 


posted 03/10/2015
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posted 01/04/2013
Safety Video -- USA Hockey's Heads Up, Don't Duck




USA Hockey unveiled a new Heads Up, Don’t Duck instructional video featuring Olympians Jenny Potter and Ryan Suter.

The Heads Up, Don’t Duck safety initiative dates back to 1996 and is aimed at reducing spinal cord and other debilitating injuries.

“Dr. Ashare, the current chair of our safety and protective committee, helped launch this important program nearly two decades ago,” said Dr. Michael Stuart, chief medical officer of USA Hockey. “The basic premise of the program has not changed, however, we created this updated video piece to ensure that every player and coach understands the importance of keeping your head up.”

“We’ve been out in front on safety issues over the course of our history,” said Dave Ogrean, executive director of USA Hockey. “Heads Up, Don’t Duck has long been one of our signature safety programs and is part of our broad SafeSport program that addresses both on and off-ice safety of our participants.”

AHAI strongly encourages all parents and coaches at all levels of hockey to have their players watch this HEADS UP – DON’T DUCK VIDEO at least twice every season to help reduce the risk of a catastrophic injury.


posted 12/13/2012
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