The Stars Youth Hockey Program believes strongly in the values of teamwork, sportsmanship and leadership through example. As a player in the Stars organization, your actions reflect not only on you, but also on your teammates, your coaches and the Stars program.
Player Code of Conduct Agreement
As a parent / legal guardian of a child involved in the Stars Youth Hockey Program, I agree to abide by and follow the rules of the guidelines below.
I will never curse or use foul language.
I will respect my coaches at all times and listen carefully to their instructions. I understand that they are giving their time to make me a better hockey player.
I will support and respect my teammates and opponents at all times. I will not tease, ridicule, put down or make fun of any players on my team or the opposing team, at any time.
I understand that my behavior reflects on my teammates, my coaches and the Stars program. I will always be on my best behavior at games, practices, hotels and other team events.
I will not complain about penalties or calls made by the officials and I will respect the referees at all times. I understand that they are in charge of enforcing the rules of ice hockey, and I will respect their opinions at all times.
I will show good sportsmanship at all times, both when winning and losing. I will always congratulate the other team and wish them good luck.
I will be committed to developing as a hockey player. This includes attending practice, listening to my coach, and always giving my best effort.
I will arrive at practices and games on time and prepared. I understand that it is my responsibility to have all of my equipment packed and ready to play a game.
I will always leave the locker room clean and in good condition, both at my home rink and away.
I will never bring drugs, alcohol, tobacco products or weapons of any kind to Stars games, practices, trips or other events.
I understand that by signing this agreement I promise to uphold the Stars Player Code of Conduct. I realize that violation of this Code of Conduct may result in loss of ice-time, suspension for part of or all of a game, or even ejection from the Stars Program.