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Play it Again Sports on Spenard Ave is now the officeal hockey ID card supplier. Contact them to get new cards as needed.
Cost for the cards will be $10. Replacement cards cost will be $25 for the first replacement and successive replacements will be $50 each.
All players must be a minimum of 18 years old to participate in the AAHL.
USA Hockey has made some
ALL PLAYERS MUST HAVE AN ID CARD TO SKATE- NO EXCEPTIONS
Any player not wearing a half shield properly attached in the down position will not be able to participate in game play.
Goalies do not have to be on the team roster to play, but they do need to have an ID card.
If your removed from a game for
First Session Rosters will freeze October 1st. No new Players will be added after this date. Second Session Rosters will continue to have a freeze date of February 1st.
Ben Boeke will provide two referees for each game. However, due to the large number of teams, refs are not always available. Games will not be rescheduled due to lack of refs.
If you have not had your photo taken you will NEED TO CONTACT ALASKA'S FOCUS PHOTOGRAPHY AT 245-3686 TO GET YOUR PHOTO TAKEN
Players must get their cards from Alaska's Focus Photography, 209 King Circle, Anchorage.
All adult players in the Anchorage Area will be required to have an picture ID Card to participate in any game. Players will need to hand these cards in to the ref/scorekeeper at the beginning of each game. Cards will be returned after the game is done. If a player receives a game misconduct or match penalty, his card will not be returned until their penalty has been served. The cost of the card will be $10.00. It will not be need to be updated every year. A schedule of dates, times and locations for players to get ID cards made will be in your registration packet and posted on our the web site. Players will not be allowed on the ice if they do not have an ID card or are not on the roster.
This process is being recommended by the Refs Association and the State of Alaska Hockey Association. It will help to ensure game misconducts are served by players and players on the ice are on the roster.
Coaches DOn't forget to check the