Coaches Roles

Coaches give an enormous amount of their time and energy to the players while expecting little in return except personal satisfaction. Good coaches build the players’ character, develop their skills, bring credit to the game, and are respected in their community. Coaches will be measured not by wins/losses, but by player and team development and accelerating accomplishment throughout the season.
The coach must serve as a good role model to 100% of the players, 100% of the time. This includes the following: taking a positive approach to player mistakes, demonstrating respect for referees regardless of the call, respect for the competition, and respect for each player in front of fans, team mates, and opposing players. Coaches will teach players to be a class act, win or lose.  

Head Coach  - Job Description:
  • Serve as the official spokesperson on behalf of the team
  • Coordinate the delegation of responsibilities to the assistant coach and manager
  • Plan on and off-ice activities in consultation with the assistant coach
  • Design the practice plans in consultation with the assistant coach
  • Coach the team in all games and practices
  • Establish rules for the team and oversee the supervision of the players


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