The Team Manager is a central figure in creating the flow of communication - not only within the team (players, parents and coaches), but between the team and all support systems such as the Minor Hockey Association, League Managers, other teams, referees, officials, etc.
By taking on the operational aspects of the team, the manager enables the coach to focus on player development and on-ice instruction to provide the players with rewarding hockey experiences.
BAHA Manager’s Manual
Please click here for the BAHA Manager's Manual. This manual helps to address a variety of concerns that might come up throughout the season.
Please click here for EFHL Game Sheet Management Instructions and click here on how to fill out a games sheet. It is imperative that all team managers are familiar with how to use the Team Users page on the Hockey Edmonton website or the Team RAMP Website.
Please click here for EFHL and HA Officials Rates for 2017-2018 Season.
As the team manager you will be responsible to ensure that a variety of forms are filled out for your team. As well, there is important information that you will need to be aware of from Hockey Canada, Hockey Alberta and Edmonton Minor Hockey. For information on the following items outlined below, please click on the link. It is imperative that each team manager familiarizes him or herself with these forms and procedures.
BAHA Team Contact Template and Player Label Template (can be printed from your team site)
BAHA Team Medical Information Template (coming soon)
Players Name Card Template
Parents Name Card Template
BAHA Sponsorship Letter
**Please note that these are just templates for reference and that you do not need to use these templates.
Hockey Canada Manager's Manual
Hockey Canada has several resources available for Managers to use a reference and or guideline.
Click any of the links to download the Hockey Canada Manager's Manual and Appendices.
Team Manager's Manual
Basic Checklist (PDF)
1. Team Meetings
2. Volunteers / Delegation
3. Team Rules / Safety
4. Record Keeping / Distribution
5. Organizing Games
6. Applying for Tournaments
7. Organizing Travel
8. Team Finances
9. Team Activities
10. Coaches’ Resources
Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission
Please Click Here to link to AGLC website for information on obtaining licenses and the guidelines for hosting team fundraising raffles.