Volunteering to coach a ringette team is a big responsibility and Edmonton Ringette thanks you for your time and service. We strive to provide our coach staff with the resources necessary to have successful seasons, year after year. We will continue to update this page with helpful information and tools. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding coaching, please contact our coaching director at email@example.com
2017/2018 Coaches/Managers meetings will be held as follows upstairs at the CAC Arena:
Please have at least 2 representatives
from each team staff at your respective meeting.
For information about coaching requirements, please visit Ringette Alberta's Website:
- ALL Divisions, October 4, 2017 7:00pm, join Bronwen harvey at 5:45pm on the ice for an on- ice session
For more coaching resources, please visit Ringette Canada's Website: ?
Looking for some help planning practices? Check out the Link below for a guide form Ringette Canada:
Notice from the Ice Allocator:
Here are some Division Specific LTAD guidleines: ? ?Edmonton Ringette Tournament Guidelines: ?
Below are the Off Ice Officail Guidelines from BGL:
For U9 and U10 Divisions:
The Home Team is responsible to provide a minimum of (2) two off-ice minor officials
(scorekeeper and timekeeper).
For U12 and higher Divisions:
The Home Team is responsible to provide a minimum of (3) three off-ice minor officials
(scorekeeper, timekeeper, and shot clock-operator). Additional personnel may attend to
operate penalty-box doors.
The Visiting Team may offer a maximum of (2) two people to act as off-ice minor officials and
their participation shall not be refused.