Sunday, May 5 at 2 PM at Webster Groves Ice Arena
MIHOA and Winterland Ice Hockey will co-host a Try Reffing for Free session at Webster Groves Ice Arena on Sunday, May 5, 2019. This event is open to anyone who is interested in learning what it's like to be an on-ice official. The event will include a short informational session covering basic officiating information followed by an on-ice clinic and a chance to skate as an official in a controlled game-situation setting.
Who Should Attend:
The event is open to players, coaches, parents and other individuals who may be interested in becoming an ice hockey official. Note: beginning with the 2019-20 season, MIHOA requires officials to be at least 14 years old by December 31, 2019.
Sunday, May 5, 2019
Webster Groves Ice Arena
33 E Glendale Rd
Webster Groves, MO 63119
1:45 PM – Arrival & Check-in
2:00 PM – Welcome & Informational Session
3:15 PM – On-ice Clinic (officiating drills)
3:45 PM – On-ice Game Situations (controlled scrimmage)
5:00 PM – Close
- Learn what it is like to be a referee
- Benefits of officiating
- Understanding the registration & certification process to become a USA Hockey on-ice official
- General info about 2019-20 USA Hockey seminars
- MIHOA Equipment Loan Program
- Opportunities in officiating
- McKenna Scholarship Foundation
- Socialize with MIHOA members
- Q & A
There is no fee to attend the event. However, we request that you RSVP by CLICKING HERE no later than May 2, 2019 at Noon. The event will be limited to a maximum of 30 attendees.
All participants taking part in the on-ice session are required to have their own skates, warm-up pants & jacket and a helmet with either a half-visor or full shield attached. A limited number of helmet/visor sets will be available to borrow on the day of the event. Full officiating equipment is not required. Bring a whistle if you have one.
For questions, contact MIHOA Development & Education Coordinator Andy Hudson at email@example.com or 314-803-3141.
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