Player Movement


TMHA PLAYER MOVEMENT AND AFFILIATION POLICY AND PROCEDURES

TMHA recommends that only second year players be assessed for an affiliate player or a permanent player. TMHA will however consider first year players for an affiliate or permanent player, as long as said affiliate player meets all three criteria points and said permanent player meets all four criteria points.

A parent may ask for their child to be assessed to move up and play in the division above theirs. This action will require a $100 fee to be paid before assessment. This fee will stand no matter what the outcome the assessment team gives.

Overage players that wish to be assessed to move down or has no team available in division will require TMHA assessment team to make an assessment on said player. Overage players getting an assessment to move down will require BC Hockey approval to be eligible to play in the NERHL. And require Alberta Hockey and the All Peace Hockey League approval to be eligible to play in the All Peace Hockey League.

TMHA recommends that affiliate players that have been approved by TMHA assessment team to move up participate in practices a few times a year with the team they are affiliated with. TMHA also recommends that affiliated players play a minimum of 1 - 2 games after the new year. As long as it does not conflict with their own team, their own team will always come first.

Affiliate players may play a maximum of 10 games with their affiliate team. If players registered team completes its regular season and playoffs and their affiliate team season is still going on then player may play an unlimited amount of games (BC Hockey and Hockey Canada regulation)

TMHA will not allow player movement (up or down) if it affects the numbers for either team. This will change if there is no team available in the division that the player is in.

  1. Players will be assessed by TMHA assessment team (assessment team must not be apart of either team in any way as per TMHA conflict of interest policy)

  2. If assessment team deems player eligible to move up or to be affiliated with team above theirs and does not affect numbers for either team, than player may move up or be an affiliate player

  3. TMHA must get approval by parents before player is placed on HCR

  4. Overage players must be approved by BC Hockey or Alberta Hockey (and All Peace Hockey

    League) before they can be put on HCR

Only TMHA president or TMHA head coach may contact or approach parents of said player if they would like to be an affiliate player. Or let parents know of the outcome of assessment done on their child. All assessments will stay confidential

A first year player may be considered a permanent player as long as the said player  meet all four criteria points.

1. No team available in their Division 

2. Must be assessed by TMHA assessment team

3. There assessment has them in the top 3rd of players in the division they are being assessed to play in

4. TMHA executive approval

If said player does not meet all four criteria point's then said player will not be eligible to move up a division

 

A first year player may be considered as an affiliate player as long as said player meets all three criteria points. 

#1 - must be assessed by TMHA assessment team

#2 - The assessment has them in the top 3rd of players

        on the team that they are being assessed to play in

#3 - TMHA  executive approves

If said player does not meet all four criteria point's then said player will not be eligible to move up a division 

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