"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 (MHA), Division Managers, League Managers, other teams, referees, officials, etc. Ultimately, the manager is responsible for ensuring all the off-ice tasks are completed. This does not mean that the manager has to do it all; they need to make sure that it gets done via delegation. 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."
If you are interested in being a team manager this season, please follow the steps below:
1. Select to be a Team Manager from the list of Volunteer positions in the Player/Participant Registration when registering your player.
2. After you have completed your Player Registration then go back to the RAMP dashboard and complete the Coach/Staff Registration. Please disregard the Coach Requirement section of the registration as there are no Hockey Alberta requirements to be a Team Manager.
3. Once teams are created, if you are successfully elected or appointed as the Team Manager, you will be contacted by the Team Manager Coordinator with further details which may include a Team Manager Kick-off meeting.
2020 - 2021 Season Presentations
Team Manager Training Seminar - Power Point Presentation for 2020 - 2021 Season - updated October 20, 2020
This is to be used as a guide for booking, reserving spectator spots during COVID. Please share with all visiting teams as soon as possible and prior to the day of the event.
Covid AMHA Spectator Policy (updated Nov 9, 2020)
AMHA requires each AMHA team to designate a COVID Safety Volunteer for the 2020-2021 Hockey Season. Each team will be given a COVID Safety Tag and Lanyard. This Lanyard needs to be worn by the COVID Safety Volunteer or team designate at every team ice time. The Tag/Lanyard will be helpful to the arena staff to identify your team designate in the event that someone from your team is not following the arena guidelines.