Below are documents relating to Tryouts for Peewees and Bantams for the 2015-16 season. The dates, times, fees, payments and tryout process are included in the documents.
The cost to tryout is $45 for returning players and $70 for new players.
All registration for tryouts must be done online and the link is below or located on the left hand side of the website.
Click here for registration.
We will announce coaches for each age group shortly.
Week of 3/23. Sign up or just drop in
Saturday-Birth Years 05-09-Scrimmage-7:45-8:45AM
Congratulations to the players and coaches of the Shaker Mite Red 1 team as they won the Mite AA Regional Silver Stick Championship in Dayton, Ohio over the weekend. This is a big honor and it qualifies the team for the International Silver Stick Championships in St. Clair Shores, MI in January.
March 9 - April 24 - Spring Hockey
April 16 - Board Meeting
May 3-11 - Peewee and Bantam Tryouts
May 21 - Board Meeting (Annual Election)
Dates: August 17-21
Max Ortolani, Shaker Youth Hockey Coordinator
Matt Bartley, Shaker High School Varsity Coach
Jared Lavender, Cleveland Heights Bantam Coach
Counselors: Shaker Heights High School Varsity Players
Mite / Squirt: 8:00am-5:00pm
Peewee / Bantam: 5:30-9:00pm
See Document for additional details and registration.
Any questions contact Max Ortolani. 216-491-2581
Congrat to the Bantam 1 team as they won the CSHL Finals vs Kent. They won 3-2 in 2OT vs Elyria in the Semi-Finals.
Congrats to the two other Shaker teams to make the playoffs - Peewee 3 and Squirt 3. Both teams lost close Semi-Final games in overtime.
Peewee 3 lost 2-1 to Winterhurst in OT
Squirt 3 lost 3-2 to Canton-Akron in OT
Game score keepers. Game clock managers. Game penalty box managers.
- Act in a professional and businesslike manner at all times and take your role seriously.
- Strive to provide a safe and sportsmanlike environment in which players can properly display their hockey skills.
- Know all playing rules, their interpretations and their proper application.
- Remember that officials are teachers. Set a good example.
- Control games only to the extent that is necessary to provide a positive and safe experience for all participants.
- Violence should never be tolerated.
- Be fair and impartial at all times.
- Answer all reasonable questions and requests.
- Adopt a “zero tolerance” attitude toward verbal or physical abuse.
- Never use foul or vulgar language when speaking with a player, coach or parent.
- Use honesty and integrity when answering questions.
- Admit your mistakes when you make them.
- Never openly criticize a coach, player or other official.
- Keep your emotions under control.
- Use only USA Hockey–approved officiating techniques and policies.