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How do I select a charitable organization to support with AmazonSmile?

On your first visit to AmazonSmile, you will be prompted to select a charitable organization to receive donations from your future eligible AmazonSmile purchases. We will remember your selected charity whenever you shop at smile.amazon.com or with AmazonSmile activated in the Amazon of Shopping app, and then every eligible purchase you make through AmazonSmile will result in a donation for your selected charity. AmazonSmile will occasionally contact you about donation amounts disbursed to your chosen charity or about the program.

by posted 04/09/2022
Safety Equipment Rule Change

Safety Equipment Rule Change

Effective March 1, 2022, all players registered to a USA Hockey member program governed by the Connecticut Hockey Conference as the local Affiliate, whether part of the CHC league, independent, spring/summer program, etc. are required to wear an unmodified, BNQ Certified, neck protector specifically designed for the purpose of preventing or lessening the severity of lacerations to the neck. This requirement applies to any participant in any sanctioned on-ice event, including but not limited to games, practices, tournaments, jamborees, etc. It is the obligation of the coaches of any team to enforce this requirement at all times. This rule will be interpreted as an Affiliate modification of USA Hockey Rule 304(g), as follows:


“All players, including goalkeepers, at any level through Youth 18 & Under (including high school) or Girls 19 & Under age classifications are required to wear an unmodified, BNQ Certified neck laceration protector, choosing a design that covers as much of the neck area as possible.


For the first violation of this rule, the team shall be issued a warning. A misconduct penalty for an equipment violation shall be assessed to any player or goalkeeper of that team for a subsequent violation during that game.”


CHC does not endorse any particular manufacturer or model, but joins with USA Hockey in its recommendation to choose the guard that provides the most neck coverage possible for each particular player. Substitution of non-conforming alternatives such as skate towels or socks worn around the neck will not constitute compliance.


USA Hockey officials in Connecticut will be charged with enforcement of this CHC rule, and it will be treated as required Protective Equipment under USA Hockey Rule 304.


In games involving non-CHC teams whose affiliates do not require neck guards, those teams will not be subject to this rule. CHC teams playing outside of Connecticut will be expected to follow this rule, regardless of official enforcement. It is the obligation of the coaches for each team to enforce this rule for their players.

by posted 03/03/2022
Christmas Classic Champions for our Bantams

Bantams Won the Christmas Classic

by posted 01/23/2022
Save Your Labonnes Reciepts
We are pleased to announce that Salisbury Youth Hockey has been approved for Labonne's Cash for Charities program.  Please save your LaBonne's receipts and ask any other supporters to do the same!  You can give them to the team managers or Sarah Maltby at games or practices.  There will also be collection boxes at On the Run and Deano's soon.  
Sarah (Bantam/Peewee parent) will collect all receipts and submit them for .5% to be used for tournament and other costs to run the program.   
Team Managers
Mites - Heather Socci 
Squirts & PeeWees- Kim Downey
Bantam - Megan Conklin
Thank you in advance for your continued support!
Salisbury Youth Hockey

by posted 11/07/2021
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