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Information for Managers

This page is dedicated to OYHA team manager information. Team managers are guided by the Off-Ice Director. Information that team managers will find useful will be periodically posted on this page as well as on the "Manager Tools" page which can be accessed by clicking the Manager Tools button on the left hand navigation panel.

You will need a Sport Engine account in order to be a manager since you will be responsible for all aspects of the team page.  

Click HERE for an online video or download the above PDF.

Rob Haswell is the OYHA webmaster and he can answer you questions. rob@robhaswell.net


VIP MANAGER LINKS / CONTACTS

Use this link to e-mail a request to change the OYHA master schedule.

Report Region 5 Game Scores

Use this link to report your game scores (home and away) against Division 1, Region 5 teams (Arrowhead, Fond du Lac, Waukesha, and Winter Club)


NORTH RINK INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO

Here is an instructional video showing how to use the new North Rink controller.


Ozaukee Youth Hockey - Managers 2017-2018


Bantam A - Lynda Wachter - lkw@wi.rr.com
Bantam B - Ann Leiker - aperkins2@mac.com
Pee Wee A - Betsy Bartlett - bartlett.betsy@gmail.com 
Pee Wee B - Lora Waraksa - lwaraksa@yahoo.com
Pee Wee Blue - Aaron Raczynski - aaronracz@gmail.com Carolyn Raczynski - carolynracz14@gmail.com
Pee Wee Green - Ann Leiker - aperkins2@mac.com
Squirt A - Thomas Caravella - tom_caravella@hotmail.com Richard Borys - borysmequon@sbcglobal.net
Squirt B - Jenni Shell  - s2design@sbcglobal.net Hannah Hoffman - lillybird21@yahoo.com; Colleen Atchison - colleen.atchison@gmail.com
Squirt Blue - Michelle Andrae - michelletuuri@gmail.com 
Squirt Green - Sara Sorentino - sarasortino@hotmail.com; Paul Lillyroot - lillyroot1@hotmail.com
14U Girls - Tanya Haswell - tanyahaswell@gmail.com
12U Girls - Angela Leannah - angela_leannah@hotmail.com
10U Girls - Tanya Haswell - tanyahaswell@gmail.com Elissa Elser - elissaelser@gmail.com
 


Team Manager Description

A Team Manager helps to insure their respective team’s schedule and season operate as smoothly as possible. A Team Manager communicates and works closely with their Team Coaches so that practices, individual games, and tournaments are scheduled (or rescheduled, as the case might be) according to the Coach's plan. Most important, they keep all the parents informed as to the team’s upcoming activities (whether through phone, email, or the website).

Manager Responsibilities

  • Adjusting the game schedule as needed. This would include adding, or canceling, individual games and/or tournaments in order to appropriately fill out the season. For tournament information, an excellent source is the WAHA website (invitational tournament page).
  • Confirming games with opposing team managers (to make sure the game, location, and time are correct).
  • Providing team members directions to other rinks when playing away games.
  • Serving as a liaison between the Coaches and parents. This would include scheduling any coach-parent meetings to discuss team issues, or arranging volunteers for team functions (ex: pizza parties or outings, or get togethers when travel involves overnight hotel stays.)
  • Working with coaches to ensure that the team follows all OYHA policies and best practices.
  • Securing or trading ice times for games and/or practices.
  • Organizing team parents to volunteer as Off-Ice Officials for home games. These would include two penalty box officials, one score keeper, and one time clock operator. (An additional, non-ice official function is running the music before games, between the periods, and during play stoppages.) Note that some parents may be capable of being both the score keeper and time clock operator.
  • Requesting or dropping on-ice officials, with the Referee Coordinator, when adding or canceling home games.
  • Maintaining team records. This principally involves carrying copies of birth certificates, USA hockey roster, and medical release forms to each game and tournament. Game score sheets should be retained and a Win-Loss-Tie record should be compiled.
  • With their Team Coaches, coordinating the Keystone Award selection process at the end of the season.