-- Member Feedback/Inquiry Form --
Introducing a fillable form to streamline your input, inquiries, feedback, or requests. Please be detailed, and allow a few days to enable as thorough a response as possible. Items so marked shall be added to the agenda of the next Member's Meeting for open discussion. If a common theme emerges it will be addressed association-wide.
(Spontaneous questions are always welcome, but be mindful that the response may be necessarily incomplete.)
Remember, this is all of our organization, we need to hear from you, with both kudos and critiques in order to keep improving.
-- Using the HHHA Calendar --
You should have at minimum, the first four (4) Tags listed below selected
for each team.
Go to the Dropdown Box on the right of the Tag Menu and select "Match any"..
Click on the "Show Tag Menu" Button.
Check the box next to the following Tags :
(Hint : It is helpful to click the "Clear All Tags" button first.)
** Make sure you refresh your browser after changing selected tags and before acquiring an iCAL feed URL
HHHA events (ie. Member's Meetings, Jag Jog, Back to Hockey Nights), General Interest Events, etc.
Director's Clinics, Division Specific Meetings, Tryout Times, etc.
Practice / Game schedules, Team meetings, etc.
Position Specific Clinics or Meetings
If you wish, follow the link for Instructions on Importing your custom calendar into your phone or computer
Sport NGIN as provided the following 35 minute video to teach you how to use the new scoring system. The "LIVE SCORING" option at the 9:00 minute mark, is the replacement for the live Pointstreak Game Scoring System used in years past. This is a web based scoring system, and as in the past it is recommended to keep a hand written record of the game in progress in addition to this computer based system, in case of an interruption of your internet connection, or unexpected computer error. Please watch.
Note: The "Fair Play Points" referenced are not used in Colorado and references to them in the video can be disregarded.. They are referenced for use in Minnesota Hockey. (see below)
When using the Fair Play system, each team start the game scheduled to receive an extra "Fair Play" point in the standings for playing the game with good sportsmanship. A team loses its Fair Play point if they exceed the penalty minute threshold established for that level of play, a coach is assessed a Game Misconduct or Match Penalty, or a spectator is requested to leave the arena by an official. (http://www.minnesotahockey.org/fairplay)