Resources for Managers
Becoming a Team Manager
To be rostered as a Team Manager you are required to do the following
- If you don't already have a profile in the Hockey Canada Registry, contact Tina O'Connor to create one for you and set up a Hockey Canada ID. In order to register for a course or clinic, you need a Hockey Canada Registry ID number. If you do not have one (if you have played minor hockey in the last 30 years you may already have one) please contact the registrar and provide your full legal name as it appears on drivers license, address, email, cell/mobile phone number, date and country of birth, and ethnicity. If you have a Hockey Canada ID, you can login and check the status of all your credentials on their website
- Complete a Get your Criminal Record Check (Access Code: RDXVQWH9CU). There is no charge for this request.
- Complete the BC Hockey online course, Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders. The cost of this course will be reimbursed.
- Complete the BC Hockey online course, Concussion Awareness Training Tool - COACH COURSE. There is no charge for this course.
This section is organized alphabetically
Teams who wish to sell 50/50 or raffle tickets during their home games MUST apply for a Class D BC Gaming License.
Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association is NOT responsible for applying for the Gaming Licence. Board Members should NOT be listed as Responsible Persons. Managers/Parents/Coaches etc are responsible for BOTH the APPLICATION and the GAMING LICENCE REVENUE REPORT.
You will be required to fill in the GAMING LICENCE REVENUE REPORT. In order for you to fill in this form, you will need to track the dates and amounts of each draw.
Once you know your home ice times you can apply for the gaming licence. Please ensure that you have read the guidelines and standard procedures.
To apply, you’ll be required to submit:
- Completed online application form for a Class D Gaming Event Licence; and
- A non-refundable $10 processing fee, payable by credit card only over a secure Ministry of Finance payment system.
Information you’ll be required to put on your application includes:
- The full name and address of your group or organization and its general purpose
- The event location, date and time;
- Type of gaming event (raffle, bingo) and the amount of tickets/sales pricing and prize details; and
- How the net proceeds (funds) will be used to benefit the community, a specified third party, or the group or organization.
- Click the “Apply Online” link Type in your team name using the following format:
Association - Division - Team - Number - Name - Year
Example: RJMHA Peewee A1 Jets 2019-2020
Apparel and Teamwear
Official Jets apparel and team wear are available from Cyclone Taylor Sports and Real Hip Clothing.
The Board member responsible for apparel is Eric Bernal.
You may open your team bank account at any financial institution. Please make sure that two signatures are required for withdrawals. You will need to write our Treasurer, Hanif Hamir, and have him write a letter authorizing your specific team to open up a Richmond Jets team bank account, and stating who the two signatories will be on the account.
G&F (West Richmond) has a special offer for our teams.
BC Hockey Minimum Suspension Guidelines - 2023-2024
Please ensure every participant registered to your team, league or association are made aware of this bulletin. The following minimum suspensions may not be reduced; Associations and Leagues may strengthen any of the listed infractions at their discretion. These guidelines represent all categories of Minor hockey and all divisions of Female hockey. Hockey Canada has updated Section 11 of 2022-24 edition of the Playing Rules. The updated rulebook can be found on the Hockey Canada mobile application (available in the apple or google play stores) or by way of this PDF edition. Furthermore, this VIDEO tutorial summarizes the changes the playing rules, updates to rulebook format and provides an outline of various clarifications to existing content; as reflected in this edition of the minimum suspension guidelines.
Clinic and On-Line Course Registration
- Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders
- Hockey Canada Safety Person
- Concussion Awareness Training Tool
Criminal Record Check
New eCRC service
Identity verification: In the new eCRC system, an applicant’s identity is verified using their BC Services Card. If the applicant is using the BC Services Card to access the online service for first time, they will be directed to activate their card by video or in person through Service BC. Please note if applicants choose to activate their card in person, a mobile device is still required (iPhone, iPad, or Android).
There is no charge associated with activating a BC Services Card and the criminal record check fee (if applicable) has not changed.
Get your Criminal Record Check
Access Code: RDXVQWH9CU
Reporting new charges or convictions:
Applicants must report new criminal charges or convictions to their organization immediately if they work or volunteer with children or vulnerable adults.
Applicants must complete a new criminal record check which their organization will submit to the Criminal Records Review Program (CRRP). Applicants cannot work or volunteer with vulnerable people until the consent form is submitted to the CRRP.
Being part of a team, disputes will arise. When these conflicts do arise, it is important to follow the dispute resolution process and ensure there is respectful and open communication.
Every effort should be made to resolve the conflict at the team level.
- Team Jerseys
- First aid kits
- goalie equipment
- hockey socks
- pucks, etc.
If you need to exchange or pick up extra hockey uniforms or equipment please contact our Equipment Manager
Hockey Canada & BC Hockey Downloads
Hockey Canada offers a wide range of downloads regarding player safety, including:
- Hockey Canada Injury Report Form
- Hockey Canada Return to Play Form
- Speak Out & Bullying
- Safety Program Resources
- Saftey Forms
- Action & Information Bulletins
- Sportsmanship Starts in The Stands
Our Ice Scheduler is Nadine Bayley. Nadine is in charge of allocating ice to all the Richmond Jets teams. If you need to exchange, add, or cancel ice, please contact Nadine directly.
This year we will be using the Hockey Canada Medical Form and each team manager will be providing that information once teams are formed
The Referee Scheduler for U9, U11, and U13 is Brandy Brundige. You can reach her at (604) 338-9588 or email@example.com
U15 and above, all referee allocation is done by BC Hockey (except during your player evaluations at the start of the season).
Referee/Linesman Expense Allowances
Referee and linesmen expense allowances for all games within the PCAHA shall be in accordance with the following schedule:
|3 Person System
|2 Person System
|U9 and below
|U21 / Juvenile
For any games exceeding 90 minutes, an additional $5 per official will be added for each additional 15 minutes of game time (rounded up).
No rate in excess of the above schedule shall be permitted (including exhibition, league, playoff, and tournament/jamboree games)
Where thee on-ice officials are assigned to a game but fewer than the assigned number appear, those official(s) in attendance shall be paid the single referee expense allowance per the corresponding 2-Official System rate.
School Gym Bookings
To arrange for a school gym, please contact Tina O'Connor.
- The purpose of sanctioning a special event is to extend Hockey Canada Insurance Program coverage such as Major Medical / Dental Coverage to activities that do not fall under regular hockey programming.
- Special Event Sanctions are for events such as dryland training, fundraisers, and other activities outside of regular on-ice hockey programming.
- Please contact Tina O'Connor for assistance with a Special Sanction.
Spordle Scorekeeping & Game Sheet
- All PCAHA games are entered digitally via Spordle electronic game sheet.
- All parents should take turns scorekeeping and get familiar with using Spordle.
- Spordle Scorekeeping Instructions
Timekeeping Manual & Score Clock Cheat Sheet
- For tournaments outside PCAHA but within BC, you will need to complete a PCAHA Interdistrict Travel / Exhibition Game Permission Request
- For tournaments outside of BC, you will need to complete an Out of Province and USA Hockey Tournament Travel and Exhibition Game Form
- Please note the Association address is PO Box 94488, Richmond, BC V6Y 2V6
- Bantam, Midget and Juvenile Tournament Permissions will be provided by firstname.lastname@example.org
- Novice, Atom and PeeWee Tournament Permissions will be provided by email@example.com
Two Deep Rule (Rule of Two)
- Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association (RJMHA) players under the age of 19 are never to be left unattended in any dressing room at any time.
- It is the responsibility of the Team Manager to ensure that the Two Deep Method (Rule of Two) of supervision is implemented for his/her team, including the designation of adult supervisors for every game and practice.
- Read full Dressing Room policy
Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association
As one of the largest minor hockey associations in British Columbia, the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association offers an integrated (boys and girls) minor hockey program from Initiation to Juvenile. Featuring both recreational ("C") and competitive ("A") streams, our programs operate out of the three different facilities in the City of Richmond: Richmond Ice Centre (RIC), Minoru Arenas (Stadium and Silver Rinks), Richmond Oval (North and South rinks).
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.