Center State Youth Hockey coaches are expected to set positive role models of behavior for their players by adhering to the same rules of conduct as those outlined for parents above.
At no time is a CSYH coach to permit a player not registered with USA Hockey and CSYH to participate in a CSYH practice or game. Such conduct may result in an immediate suspension from coaching duties until a Board hearing is held on the matter. Further penalties may be assessed at that time.
All parents and spectators must display good sportsmanship at all games and practices, regardless of whether a contest is won or lost, and regardless of how a game is officiated. As parents or guardians we must be positive in our attitudes toward the game of hockey and emphasize the cooperative nature of the game. Negative and rowdy behavior in or around the hockey rink reflects directly and poorly on the whole organization. We must foster good relationships between our players, the organization, the officials and our competitors. As parents, we must set positive examples for our children.
In accordance with USA Hockey's policy of ZERO TOLERANCE, the following actions are NOT acceptable:
Disruptive or abusive spectators may be asked to leave a rink and compliance is expected. Such conduct may result in an immediate suspension from Center State Youth Hockey functions until a Board hearing is held on the matter. Further penalties may be assessed at that time.
Administrators of Center State Youth Hockey are responsible for promoting and enriching the program in any way possible, as well as communicating their goals and efforts to every player, parent, and coach in the organization. In their role as decision makers, administrators must make every effort to ensure that decisions are made in an unbiased, honest and fair manner.