Based in Howell, Michigan, the Livingston Skate Club (formerly known as Grand Oaks Figure Skating Club) was founded over 30 years ago. We offer a supportive and welcoming environment and a variety of programs for skaters of all ages and levels.
The LCHA has multiple head coaching positions open for the 2019-2020 Fall/Winter Season. The association is providing player discounts to head coaches who have children playing within the association. The teams that are in need for head coaches are listed below:
Interested individuals should contact Mark Biggins at email@example.com for an application.
Whether you are getting ready for a new season, or in the playoffs, it’s important to take a few minutes to ensure your equipment is in good working order and clean. Dirty equipment can be the source of unhealthy bacteria growth.
Here’s a brief list of things to look at when packing your hockey bag.
A common challenge in youth sports today is the all-too-common attitude that winning is everything. Nothing could be further from the truth. USA Hockey believes this attitude can contribute to players, coaches and parents displaying a lack of good sportsmanship. In any athletic contest, the competitors should do their best to try and win. After all, striving to win is a part of healthy competition. But winning or losing is only a result – it should not be the reason we play the game.
Everyone in the game should have a sense of fair play. Satisfaction should come from playing your hardest and doing your best. There is a big difference between losing and being a loser. If you have done your best and played within the rules, you are never a loser. By the same token, you may win the game, but if you aren’t humble in victory, or played without respect for your opponent, you aren’t a winner.
The real reason to play ice hockey and other youth sports is because they are fun. When everyone displays good sportsmanship, it helps create a better environment.
Other reasons are to:
There is a lot to be gained by playing hockey.
USA Hockey has developed “Codes of Conduct” for youth hockey. Try your best to display good sportsmanship and a winning attitude by following these codes.
Spectator’s Code of Conduct
Parent’s Code of Conduct