Permits


  • ALL teams will log into their RAMP team websites to apply for permits.
  • Please contact your Registrar for your login ID and password.
  • Please CLICK HERE to login and apply. 

 

EFHL Guidelines for Travel and Tournament Permits

  • Rescheduling of league games will only be permitted in accordance with the Federation program guidelines (Found here)
  • SWAPPING OF GAME SLOTS IS PREFERABLE AND IS ALWAYS THE FIRST OPTION THAT SHOULD BE ATTEMPTED
    • Swapping needs to occur within the Tier to maintain the integrity of the assignment processes followed by the respective Referee In Chief.
  • League game changes will not be allowed for teams to attend tournaments within one hour travel time or less


EFHL BLACKOUT DATES

  • Edmonton Federation Hockey League has established blackout dates where absolutely no changes in league scheduled games will be permitted as noted below and on the season calendar.
    • Traditional Season (3 Tiering Rounds)
      • 1 request per tiering round
      • Blackout applies to first week of each round
    • Seasonal Schedules (for those teams that typically participate in Provincial Championships)
      • 3 requests over the season
      • Blackout applies to initial week of schedule
  • Team requests for blackout dates will not be entertained.


PLEASE SELECT THE TYPE OF REQUEST YOU ARE SUBMITTING:

  • Your completed form will be emailed directly to the Tiering Director for approval with a copy to the email address you provide.
  • Please ENSURE the email address you provide is valid!
  • The Tiering Director will reply to the email address you provide. They may ask for more information or clarification of information provided prior to making a decision and providing a confirmation email.
  • Once approved the sanction number will be posted here: APPROVED REQUESTS

Applications:

  • Will usually be reviewed within 2 business days
  • Are not approved until:
    • League games that require re-scheduling have been appropriately dealt with

Please contact the Tiering Director if you have any questions


1.) REQUEST TO PLAY AN EXHIBITION GAME

  • A permit must be obtained for ALL exhibition games by both teams.

2.) REQUEST TO PARTICIPATE IN A TOURNAMENT

  • A permit must be obtained to PARTICIPATE in tournaments.
  • If after applying your team will no longer be attending the tournament please advise so the permit request can be cancelled.
  • In-Province requests are reviewed and approved by the Tiering Director.
  • Out of Province requests require approval of Community Hockey Director and President of Hockey Edmonton.
  • Requests of all nature are not approved until:
    • League games that require re-scheduling have been appropriately dealt with.      

3.) REQUEST TO RESCHEDULE A LEAGUE GAME

         FOR GAMES SCHEDULED ON ICE PROVIDED BY HOCKEY EDMONTON

  • LEAGUE PLAY IS THE PRIORITY AND MUST COME FIRST
  • League games must be rescheduled prior to permit approval and attending tournament.
    • Referee director must be notified by Tiering Director
  • Swapping games within the same category is the MOST PREFERRED option and should be attempted before rescheduling of a game to a different time/location
  • ONLY the team that is requesting the game swap/reschedule needs to apply for a permit.
    • Only one permit submission per swap/reschedule is required.
  • Steps to take BEFORE applying:
    • Contact the opposing team to inform them you would like to reschedule the game.
    • Team rescheduling must provide ice for the make-up game and must be suitable to the opposing team.
    • Opposing team MUST play an exhibition game and pay the referees on the original ice slot as Referees are already assigned and CANNOT be cancelled
  • The final decision on the date of the rescheduled game is that of the Tiering Director so both teams are accommodated.

          

          FOR GAMES SCHEDULED ON ICE PROVIDED BY INTERLOCK ASSOCIATIONS (BEAUMONT, ENOCH, FT. SASKATCHEWAN, ONOWAY, SHERWOOD PARK, SPRUCE GROVE AND ST. ALBERT)

  • LEAGUE PLAY IS THE PRIORITY AND MUST COME FIRST
  • Leauge games must be rescheduled prior to permit approval and attending the tournament
    • Referee director must be notified by the Tiering Director
  • Swapping games within the same category is the MOST PREFERRED option and should be attmepted before rescheduling of a game to a different time/location
  • ONLY the team that is requesting the game swap/reschedule needs to apply for the permit.
    • Only one permit submission per swap/reschedule is required
  • Steps to take BEFORE applying:
    • Contact opposing team to inform them you would like to reschedule the game
    • Team rescheduling the game must provide ice for makeup game and must be suitable to the opposing team
    • Opposing team has three options listed below which are to be INCLUDED in the Game Reschedule Request or provide notice to the Interlock Ice Allocator:
      • Opposing team must play an exhibition game on the original ice if Opposition can be found-Teams using the ice pay for referees
      • If Opposition cannot be found, opposing team is to use the ice slot for a practice and referees are to be paid by that team
      • If Opposing team cannot use the ice, it is to be returned to the Interlock Organization's Ice Pool and referees cancelled by the interlock association
      • If Opposing team is a no show for a confirmed practice or exhibition game, they will be responsible for ice and referee costs

         
         
          FOR ALL GAME RESCHEDULE REQUESTS, PLEASE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING DETAILS

  • In the comments section of the request provide as many details as possible preferably in this format:
  • Original Games: 
    Game #19999 - November 29 - SW999 @ EG111 @ RBA @ 17:15 
    Game #19998 - December 16 - SW999 @ SE222 @ MWB @ 19:30 
    New Games: 
    Game #19999 - November 29 - SW999 @ SE222 @ RBA @ 17:15 
    Game #19998 - December 16 - SW999 @ EG111 @ MWB @ 19:30
  • Note game #s stay with the arena and time. Only the teams move



4.) REQUEST FOR OUT OF TOWN PRACTICE(S)

  • Permits are required for all practices outside the city of Edmonton.
  • Practices within the city of Edmonton (indoor or outdoor) DO NOT require a permit. This includes 'extra' practice ice your team may have picked up.
  • Interlock Association teams do not require a permit for out of town practices

One permit request can be submitted if the same team will be using the same ice time at the same location over a number of dates. Please specify all dates permit will apply to.



5.) OUTDOOR PRACTICES

  • Permits are not required for an outdoor ice practice on Edmonton Community League rinks.
  • However it is mandatory that:
    • the coach/team management inspect the facility and if it is found to be unsafe, the team must not be allowed on the ice
    • Full equipment must be worn

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