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11/09/2018, 6:30am CST
By Robin Bilsborough

Be A Good Sport - Always!

All Region 5 Associations, 

As we all begin playing our season games please note the following information:

     A reminder to our Associations to be sure our Coaches, Players and Parents are adhering to USA Hockey’s Codes of Conduct.  As we have begun the regular season for our local clubs, Region 5 Officiating Directors have already received complaints from Officials about improper behavior from coaches. 

    It is imperative that each local association curtails the verbal abuse of officials within their own organizations.   Coaches need to be sure they are creating a positive learning environment not only for their players, but the officials as well.  As a young official, there are many situations that will occur during the course of a game, weekend and season that they have not seen before, they won’t always make the right call.  There is no place in our game for any adult coach to yell at young officials, regardless of the situation.  

    Please understand just as teams/players are rusty at the beginning of the season, so are our officials.  They are jumping back into a game they may not have Officiated in 5 – 6 months, it takes time to get acclimated to the game again.   It would be great if we had more adults willing to Officiate locally, but we don’t.  Therefore, assigners will be tasked with assigning young officials to many of our youth games.   We need your help to make sure we aren’t discouraging these officials from continuing to want to officiate youth hockey games.

    It is the responsibility of players, coaches and spectators to adhere to the Zero Tolerance Policy. Zero Tolerance Policy   Please ensure that your age level reps & coaching coordinators inform coaches, players and parents that by providing a professional work culture for our officials, it will go a long way in retaining them from season to season.  


Zero Tolerance Policy



Thank you for all you do for our game,

Robin Bilsborough

Region 5 Director



08/24/2018, 8:30pm CDT
By Rob Haswell

Get Ice Dogs Gear At Hockey Zone!



07/09/2018, 6:30am CDT
By Caitie Bowers

OYHA Governance

Here is the latest OYHA Newsletter.

Many of the most common questions are answered here!  Please read.



07/08/2018, 4:15pm CDT
By Rob Haswell

OYHA Survey Results

The OYHA wants to thank you for taking our survey. 

Here's a summary of the results!



Attention Goalies!

Goalie Clinic!

07/02/2018, 12:15pm CDT
By Rob Haswell


06/13/2018, 6:30am CDT
By Rob Haswell

Looking For Qualified Coaches!

Head & Assistant Coaches Wanted For Ozaukee Youth Hockey Association (Milwaukee Wisconsin Area) 

The Ozaukee Youth Hockey Association (OYHA) is looking for coaches for the 2018-2019 season with our main focus being at the 14U (Bantam) level.

The Ozaukee Youth Hockey Association is an all-volunteer organization that offers boys and girls of Ozaukee County (North of Milwaukee) the opportunity to learn the sport of hockey and improve their skills through practices and competition.

Ideal candidates will have played or coached hockey at the high school, junior, collegiate or professional level.

Potential coaches should have USA Hockey certification or be able to become certified before the season begins. All coaches are required to pass a background check and the USA Hockey Safe Sport program.

Coaches Responsibilities:

· Attend all practices/games
· Administer the OYHA on-ice curriculum
· Create a positive learning environment for the players
· Communicate effectively with parents
· Offer ongoing evaluations of the players
· Work in collaboration with other on-ice development directors
· Follow all OYHA policies and procedures

For more on our organization check out

If you are interested fill out the form here:


More information contact:
Rob Haswell (Hockey Development Committee Chair) 
Caitie Bowers (OYHA Youth Hockey Committee Chair) 


03/20/2018, 5:30am CDT
By Rob Haswell

The OYHA is currently seeing volunteers to fill crucial roles in our organization.  

If you'd like to get involved with shaping the future of OYHA, please read the forms below and submit an application.


Suggestion Box!

03/01/2017, 7:00am CST
By Rob Haswell

Got A Great Idea? Submit it online!

If you have a great idea CLICK HERE!