August 17, 2018
CUHL League Members,
We would like to take the time and opportunity to introduce the new referee scheduling system in place for the 2018-2019 CUHL season. Four (4) assignors will handle all the scheduling for all the teams in the CUHL. Every program is divided among the four (4) assignors and each will be accessible to all programs in case of an emergency issues. Email address to all assigners is: firstname.lastname@example.org. New officials for 18-19 should email the assigners with their name, AAU number, and information to get on the contact list.
We are asking that all programs reach out to their Bantam and Midget aged players offering them the opportunity to register with AAU in order to officiate the CUHL Mite games. Registration can be done on this link: https://www.chicagounitedhockey.com/referees and the fee is $17 and will be refunded to the referee once they officiated five (5) games. Since most higher-age level players will be skating at the same facility, it only makes sense that we give them the first consideration when it comes to assigning games. Referees will be paid $30 for each game.
Thank you for your time and we are all looking forward to a great 18-19 season.
Team Fees & Referee Fees Due: August 1st
Team Counts Due: August 26th
Seeding Round Schedule Grid Out: September 5th
Seeding Games Inputted: September 9th
Seeding Round: September 14th-October 28th (6 games)
Regular Season Scheduling: November 3 (Glenview)
Regular Season: November 9-February 17 (16 games)
Playoff Round Robin: February 21-28
Super Sunday: March 3rd
Team & Referee Fees Due: September 15th
Team Counts Due: September 19th
Seeding Round Schedule Grid Out: September 21st
Seeding Round Games Inputted: September 24th
Seeding Round: October 5th -October 28th (4 games)
Regular Season: November 9th-February 10th (10 games)
Playoff Primer: February 15-February 24 (2 games)
Playoff Round Robin: March 1st- March 7th
Super Saturday: March 9th
Our Mission is to create an atmosphere in which players support and respect one another while never compromising the rules of the game. To encourage and expect our players and parents to respect their opponent, coaches, managers, Board members, and officials. To exhibit good sportsmanship, discipline, teamwork and fair play.
Our league is dependent upon the commitment and dedication of our many volunteers, which are expected to deal with one another with courtesy and mutual respect and make the game of hockey fun for all participants. To ensure that our players not only learn hockey skills but life skills that will help them be model citizens within our communities.
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