Dear hockey mom; hockey dad; hockey sibling or extended family member; and all of our youth hockey family:
Like you, our house is home to a hockey family. We spend our vacations at the rink, and we know our friends’ kids by their birth year. Our oldest son is in his senior year of high school hockey, and we are just now starting our two little ones in this great game. Like you, we spent last season asking our five-year-old to wear a mask under her “mask” while skating, and we waited for texts from each other for game updates when rinks could only allow one parent. Like you, we did whatever it took to allow our kids to play the game they love, and we love.
I also sat watching games in an empty United Center last season. We manufactured crowd noise, but we all know it just wasn’t the same without you. I can tell you first-hand that our Blackhawks players can’t wait to finally have you back…many of them young and new, having never played before a Blackhawks crowd and experienced the energy and excitement you bring to the United Center.
We know you invest a lot of time and money into hockey, and it wasn’t always easy to stick with it during pauses and restrictions over the last 18 months… but we want to make it easy for you to come back. As a thank you for your commitment to our sport, we’re offering specially-priced tickets for our youth hockey community to our first four October home games. We hope you’ll kick off another great hockey season with us!
See you soon, and go Blackhawks!
Jaime Faulkner, President of Business Operations and Hockey Mom
300-Level Tickets start at ONLY $30!
100-Level Tickets start at ONLY $100!
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DOUBLE ROSTERED CUHL PLAYERS:
We are aware that there may be some CUHL players double rostered on AAU "Tournament Teams". As per the CUHL bylaws, this is not allowed.
If a player is found to be on two AAU rosters during the CUHL Regular Season, the offending club shall forfeit all games that the player played in, the club shall be ineligible for playoffs, and the offending player/club shall have to go before the CUHL R&E Committee. The player will be suspended from all CUHL games pending the ruling of the CUHL R&E Committee.
Clubs, it is in your best interest to do some investigation of your membership BEFORE regular season games begin. We only want to ensure that all clubs are in compliance with the CUHL rules. We appreciate your cooperation.
Goaltenders: Teams MAY use a SKATER from another team in their organization as their goalie for the playoffs as we have done all year. In no circumstance may a goalie from a higher level team be used on a lower team. A goalie from a lower team MAY ONLY BE USED IN THE CASE OF A MEDICAL EMERGENCY and must receive approval of the competition committee BEFORE the game.
Player Movement: Players may only play for their rostered teams in the playoffs.
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Please send your request for a club application to President Tom Gullen.
In order to be considered for league membership in the following season, clubs must apply before May 15 of the spring prior to desired admission.
The 2021-2022 application window has closed. Please submit by May 15 of 2022 for consideration for the 2022-2023 season.
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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