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St. Louis AAA Blues PW Quebec

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Clark Custer and US Junior Select Teams Win World Junior Challenge

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AIC Player of the Week

2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships Locations Announced 4 Sabres Hire LaFontaine, Nolan In Front-Office Shakeup

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Alexander Steen Named NHL’s First Star of October

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USA Hockey Coaching Ethics Code

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Mid-States Top 10 Poll

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St. Charles Chill ‘Pink the Rink’ Early Deficit Dooms Chill

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Kyle Meeh Named NA3HL Defenseman of the Month

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Blues TV Ratings Reach Record Level 5 St. Louis HHOF Toy Drive

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For the past 27 years, a hockey team from St. Louis, composed of 12 year-old players, has been invited to participate in the “World Championship of PeeWee Hockey” in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament, the most renowned minor hockey tournament in the world, will be celebrating its 55th year in February 2014. Over its prestigious 55 year history, many stars from the NHL have played in this tournament, including Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Guy Lafleur, Marcel Dionne, Gilbert Perrault, Mark Howe, Sylvain Côté, Eric Lindros, to name a few. The tournament takes place over 11 days and has annual attendance of 200,000 spectators with 2,300 players representing 16 countries. In following tradition, the 2001 AAA St. Louis Blues have been selected to represent St. Louis. Please help support these talented, youth hockey

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USHL – November 10, 2013 Fifth gold medal in six years for United States The U.S. Junior Select Team captured the gold medal at the 2013 World Junior A Challenge as they defeated Russia 4-1 in the championship game. For the third time in four games, Karson Kuhlman (Dubuque Fighting Saints) scored the first goal of the game for the U.S. squad as netted his fourth tally of the tournament late in the first period. Russia responded late in the second period to tie the game, but Kyle Connor (Youngstown Phantoms) gave the U.S. the lead again as he scored with just 14 seconds remaining in the period. Andrew Oglevie (Cedar Rapids RoughRiders) and C.J. Franklin (Sioux Falls Stampede) each tallied a goal in the third period to put the game out of reach. Cal Petersen (Waterloo Black Hawks) made 15 saves to earn his third win of the tournament. The United States fired 29 shots on goal against Russian goaltender Maxim Tretiak, the grandson of legendary goaltender Vladislav Tretiak. The U.S. Junior Select Team was made up entire-

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players who will represent our community in this extraordinary, international competition. Without assistance such as yours, they are unable to provide for this unique opportunity. The St. Louis Amateur Ice Hockey Association of Missouri DBA the St. Louis AAA Blues is a registered 501c(3) Not for Profit Corporation with the State of Missouri and the Federal Tax ID number is #431423710. On December 8, 2013, at Cardwell’s in Clayton, the team will host a Silent & Live Auction Dinner to raise funds for the team’s travels to Quebec. Come and meet many of our professional NHL St. Louis Blues players who will be attending this exciting event. Please consider donating to this worthy cause - no item is too big or too small. Some of the items from previous years include: Gift certificates, Professional services, Autographed sports memorabilia, Jewelry, Puppies, Wine & Spirits, Electronics, Tickets to sporting & entertaining events, Travel: vacation properties, hunting/fishing trips, Sports camps/equipment, Country Clubs, and many other wonderful items. Tickets for the event can be purchased from a team member or at the door the evening of the event. For information on attending the event or if you would like to donate, please contact Paul Estes at prestes2@ gmail.com. This is a great night of fun!

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ly of USHL players and finished the World Junior A Challenge with a perfect 4-0-0 record, outscoring their opponents 23-10. It is the fifth time over the last six that the United States has won gold at the event. Nick Schmaltz (Green Bay Gamblers) dished out an assist on Connor’s gamewinning goal, giving him 12 points (4g, 8a) which set a new tournament record. His eight assists also are the most ever by a player at the World Junior A Challenge. Connor Hurley (Muskegon Lumberjacks) also collected an assist in the gold medal game to finish with 10 points (3g, 7a) over four games, the second highest scoring total in the tournament. Schmaltz was named MVP of the World Junior A Challenge. He was joined by Hurley and defenseman Neal Pionk (Sioux City Musketeers) on the alltournament team.

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Sabres Hire LaFontaine, Nolan In Front-Office Shakeup NHL Release, November 13, 2013 - www.nhl.com

2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships Locations Announced by USAHockey.com – November 13, 2013

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Sites for the 2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships were announced today by USA Hockey with seven cities across the country hosting events in late March. USA Hockey has been conducting national championships since 1937. FASTHockey.com will provide live streaming coverage. USA Hockey will announce dates and locations for its 2015 adult, women, junior and sled hockey national championships

in the coming months.

 NOTES: The 2014 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships will be held March 26-April 6, 2014, in Amherst, N.Y., Green Bay, Wis., Hackensack, N.J., Marlborough, Mass., Omaha, Neb., Reston, Va. and Wayne, N.J. ... Michigan holds the distinction as home of the most USA Hockey national champions, boasting 116 programs that have captured a title. Massachusetts is second with 79 champions and Illinois has 31 champions.

2015 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championship Locations Division Location Host High School Chesterfield, MO Mid-States Club Hockey Association

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The Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday revamped their front office, firing general manager Darcy Regier and coach Ron Rolston, and hiring Hockey Hall of Fame member and former Sabres star Pat LaFontaine to fill the newly created role of president of hockey operations and Ted Nolan as their interim coach. Sabres owner Terry Pegula said the decision to fire Regier and Rolston was made Tuesday, following a 3-2 shootout win against the Los Angeles Kings. “Why now? I guess I just decided it was the time,” Pegula said. “We worked together. Sometimes you get to the point where a change is needed. Darcy Regier had a heck of a run with the Buffalo Sabres. … It’s not like he was a failure.” LaFontaine has full control of all aspects of the hockey operations department. He had been working with the NHL since October as the League’s vice president of development and community affairs. “It’s going to take a team from top to bottom, and we don’t have all the pieces in place,” LaFontaine said. “I asked Teddy to come in and change the culture [in the locker room], get everyone on board. I’ll work on my side and put the pieces together. My goal is to get the best men out there and build a championship-caliber team.” LaFontaine further described his idea of culture change: “I think it’s a philosophy and a direction,” he said. “Not only do you want to change the culture as far as where you see this team going, but it’s in the locker room, the front office and the hockey department that they want to be part of culture change together. Anytime you have new leadership, you have to prepare the troops. ... We’ve got a lot of work in front of us. We have to be patient, smart, selective. It’s not going to happen overnight, but I can tell you this: we’ll get the right people.” LaFontaine said he will not be the team’s general manager and will lead the search for the next GM. “I don’t have the experience right now in the general manager’s job,” he said. “But I know people, and I know people out there who know how to do the job. I think putting together the right people to build that team and working together, that’s my strength. … I think my strengths are people and making sure everyone’s on board and doing their job. I told [Terry], I said I could probably grow into that [GM] position but right now I think I could best serve you by building the hockey operations side of things.” LaFontaine played for the Sabres from 1991-97, totaling 158 goals and 385 points in 268 games; his 148 points in 1992-93 remains the single-season franchise record. He was captain during his final five seasons in Buffalo and his No. 16 has been retired. “It’s a step for our organization. It’s a huge step.” captain Steve Ott said. “We have some highly respectable pieces at the very top level all the way down. It’s

probably not an easy job for Mr. Pegula to do what he did, but it’s a job in the essence of making this organization peak at a higher level.” Regier had been general manager since 1997; in his 16 full seasons, the Sabres went to the Stanley Cup Playoffs eight times, including four trips to the Eastern Conference Final and a trip in the 1999 Stanley Cup Final. “You feel bad for Darcy and Ron,” said goalie Ryan Miller, who was drafted by Regier in 1999. “I don’t like to see people losing their job. I have a lot of respect for Darcy, he’s obviously believed in me over my career. I wish him the best. Hopefully this is a situation for the Sabres as an organization to reset a little bit. Darcy has been here a long time and maybe it’s time for a little bit different perspective and some other kinds of influence coming in.” Nolan coached the Sabres from 199597; he won the Jack Adams Award as coach of the year in 1997 after leading the Sabres to a 40-30-12 record, but was fired after that season. Nolan said assistant coaches Teppo Numminen, Joe Sacco and Jerry Forton would remain in their roles. “I don’t know there’s enough words inside me to express how excited I really am,” Nolan said. “I may have left [Buffalo] physically, but emotionally and spiritually I never left. It’s a big part of who I am.” He had been coaching Latvia’s national team since 2011 and is set to coach at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. “Ted brings that calming influence of being around for so long and coaching,” forward Matt Moulson said. “I think his main message was our compete level and making sure guys are accountable for that. Like I said, I heard a lot of great things about him but I don’t think I heard a bad thing. He’ll be an exciting guy to play for.” Rolston was named coach in February when Lindy Ruff was fired. In parts of two seasons Rolston went 19-26-6. This season the Sabres are 4-15-1, last in the League standings with nine points. “He did the best he possibly could,” Ott told the Buffalo News. “He came in prepared every single day. He was professional every single day.” Rolston is the third NHL coach to be fired this season. The Philadelphia Flyers fired Peter Laviolette on Oct. 7 and the Florida Panthers fired Kevin Dineen on Nov. 8. “That’s the trend in pro sports,” Miller said of the firings. “It’s up to the players to perform. No matter how many young guys we have, you have to find ways to win and perform. That’s the nature of an NHL player. You can’t use excuses. This is on the players, moves like that. I especially feel bad for Ron because he was just getting started and just getting his feet under him. He was trying to clean up a lot of different areas on the ice. I thought he was a good coach and wish him well. “We’re going to go in a different direction here and I hope it’s a wake-up call for everybody.”


HOCKEY STOP Blues TV Ratings Rise to Record Level in October On FOX Sports Midwest

St. Louis Blues Release, November 4, 2013 - blues.nhl.com (ST. LOUIS) - St. Louis Blues telecasts than the previous October best on FOX earned their highest October TV ratings Sports Midwest, a 3.1 in 1997. in the team’s 18 seasons on FOX Sports Blues hockey performed especially well Midwest. among young male viewers. Among men Blues games on FOX Sports Midwest 18-49, FOX Sports Midwest was No. 1 in averaged a 3.5 household rating in St. prime time on six of the eight nights it Louis in October, according to Nielsen televised a Blues game in October. Media Research. That’s up 94 percent vs. The Blues finished October with a 7-1-2 October 2011 (1.8) and 13 percent higher record.

Blues Forward Alexander Steen Named NHL’s First Star of October

212-pound forward serves as the only NHL player with a pair of game-winners in the final minute of a game this season. For franchise perspective, Steen has become the first Blue since Kevin Miller (1993) with at least 16 points through the team’s first 10 games. He also tied Scott St. Louis Blues Release, November 1, 2013 Young (2000-01) and Brett blues.nhl.com Hull (1989-90, 1990-91) for the ST. LOUIS – The National Hockey second fastest start in Blues history by League (NHL) announced today that reaching the double-digit goal plateau Blues forward Alexander Steen has been in the first nine games of the year. In named the NHL’s First Star of the Month 294 career games with the Blues, Steen for October. has accumulated 17 game-winning goals Steen, 29, is off to the best start of tying Gino Cavallini, Geoff Courtnall and his career, leading the NHL with 11 Joe Mullen for 15th all-time. goals, tying for second with four power The Swedish international is an play goals, and sharing fourth with 16 Olympic hopeful for the upcoming 2014 points overall. Currently, Steen is rid- Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Steen has ing a career-best five-game goal streak previously represented Sweden on four which also matches San Jose’s Patrick occasions including the 2003 and 2004 Marleau for the longest in the NHL this World Junior Championships and most season. The Winnipeg, Manitoba native recently, the 2007 World Championships. is just the third player in the last 20 years to register 11 goals in his team’s first 10 games joining the Blues’ Scott Young (2000-01) and Atlanta’s Ilya Kovalchuk (200304). Steen’s four power play goals are his highest total since scoring seven times in 2009-10, while his two gamewinning goals share the team lead with T.J. Oshie and share fifth overall. In addition, the 6’0,

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Joe Boccardi’s Hockey Stop Team Of The Week Affton Americans Midget Major U18 (CSDHL) Current Record: 13-13-1 / National Rank – 19 After a slow start the defending USA U18 Midget Major National Champions from Affton have rebounded to even their record at 13-13-1. The Americans won the Detroit Motor City AAA Cup with a 5-4 win over the Michigan Elite U18 AAA team and are currently 2nd in the CSDHL Midget Major standings with a 6-0-1 league record. Having sweep Shattuck St Mary’s a few weeks ago, Affton took 3 of 4 points last weekend from the Chicago Sabres who are currently ranked 2nd in the National Rankings. Players include Trevor Wilhelm, Nolan Wuesthoff, Kurtis Mager, Stan Pawlow, Spencer Sallenbach, Brian Schumacher,

Jordan Bratton, Lance French, Liam Fitzgerald, Tomas Loefelman, PJ Drury, Michael Parisot, Andy Willis, Charlie Freshman, Cam Oliver, Connor Mitchell, Brendan Schuck, John Massera, Zach Mitchell and Steve Farina. Coaches are Ryan Kretzer, Paul Puglisi, C.J. Jung and Tom Cooper. As the team of the week the Americans will receive a pizza party courtesy of Joe Boccardi’s Ristorante. Teams may submit a picture and contact info to the Hockey Stop for future consideration for Joe Boccardi’s Hockey Stop Team Of The Week.

USA HOCKEY COACHING ETHICS CODE Advanced Industrial The USA Hockey Coaching Education Program – www.usahockey.com Control’s Hockey Stop Player of the Week INTRODUCTION This USA Coaching Ethics Code (“Code”) intends to provide standards of ethical conduct for coaches involved with USA Hockey and its member organizations. It provides General Principles and Ethical Standards which cover many situations encountered by coaches, with its principle goals the welfare and protection of participants with whom coaches work. Coaches will respect and protect human and civil rights and not knowingly participate in or condone unfair discriminatory practices. GENERAL PRINCIPLES COMPETENCE Coaches will maintain a standard of excellence with regard to education and information related to coaching and make an ongoing effort to maintain competence in the skills they use. INTEGRITY Coaches will exercise integrity in the practice of coaching and be honest, fair and respectful of others. PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY Coaches will uphold professional standards, clarify professional roles and obligations, accept appropriate responsibility for behavior and adapt methods to the needs of participants. RESPECT FOR PARTICIPANTS Coaches will respect the fundamental rights, welfare, dignity, values, opinions and worth of all participants and will be aware of cultural and individual differences including those due to age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, language and socio-economic status. CONCERN FOR PARTICIPANTS Coaches will be sensitive to different roles and responsibilities of all participants and not exploit or mislead them. RESPONSIBLE COACHING Coaches will be aware of ethical responsibilities to society and the community in which they work and live as well as comply with the law and encourage the development of policies which serve the interest of the sport and USA Hockey. ETHICAL STANDARDS APPLICABILITY OF THE ETHICS CODE

Although many aspects of personal behavior and private activities may seem far removed from the official duties of coaching, Coaches will be sensitive to their positions as role models for participants and will consistently obey the standards of the Code. DISCRIMINATION Chaminade Coaches will not engage in or condone senior forward discrimination based upon age, gender, Bradley Johnson race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, is the AIC Hockey sexual orientation, disability, language, Stop Player Of The socioeconomic status or any other basis Week. Johnson has prescribed by law. quickly found his SEXUAL HARASSMENT role at forward this Coaches will not engage in sexual season, and has harassment which includes but is not been a big part of necessarily limited to sexual solicitation, Photo courtesy of Chaminade’s early unwelcome physical advances and verbal Chaminade Hockey success. or non-verbal conduct. Coaches will not Johnson scored four goals in the teams deny any participants the right to par6-3 win over rival DeSmet last Monday, leadticipate in any activity based upon their ing the Red Devils to a quick 3-0 start on having made or their being the subject of the season. The 5’10” 175lb. senior has tala sexual harassment claim. lied six goals along with two assists in early HAZING/BULLYING going, solidifying the move from defense to Coaches will not engage in or condone forward for the Red Devil captain. behavior which is harassing, harmful or “It will be an interesting year that’s for demeaning to participants. sure,” said Chaminade assistant coach Chris PERSONAL PROBLEMS AND CONFLICTS Coaches will recognize a personal problem may harm participants. Coaches have tions if a pre-existing relationship may create an obligation to take reasonable steps to prea conflict of interest. vent impaired performance by recognizing EXPLOITATION a personal problem and seeking assistance Coaches will not exploit or have a sexual or for it. intimate relationship with participants. AVOIDING HARM STATEMENTS Coaches will take reasonable steps to avoid Coaches will not make a statement which harm being caused to participants whether is deceptive, false, fraudulent or misleading. it be physical, verbal or through electronic/ COMMUNICATION WITH PARTICIPANTS social media. To avoid any misunderstanding with parMISUSE OF INFLUENCE ticipants, coaches will discuss the nature and Coaches will guard against the misuse of course of training with them and answer any influence and understand any action or judgquestions they may have. ment may have an effect on participants. RELATIONSHIP INVOLVING COACHES, OUTSIDE RELATIONSHIPS PARTICIPANTS AND PARENTS Coaches will refrain from entering into perCoaches will clarify the role of each party sonal, professional, financial or other relationand any service provided relative to a relaships with anyone if such a relationship may tionship with participants and parents. impair objectivity, interfere with properly ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND TOBACCO performing coaching functions or directly Coaches will refrain from using and disor indirectly exploit or harm participants. courage the availability or use of alcohol, Coaches will refrain from taking on obliga-

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Advance Peterson. “We lost 15 players to graduation but we have played pretty well to start the year. Big win over DeSmet, and Bradley (Johnson) had a great skate,” added Peterson. Johnson also skates for the St. Louis AAA Blues Midget Major U18 team and was drafted by Sioux City of the USHL Tier I Junior A League. Johnson opted to stay in town for his senior year and the decision could pay big dividends in March for the Red Devils as they seek their first ever Mid-States crown. Coaches may submit players names for the AIC Hockey Stop Player Of The Week. For consideration please send the players name, team and all pertinent information as to the reason why that player should be considered to -hockeystop@sbcglobal.net. tobacco or performance enhancing or recreational drugs in conjunction with, including traveling to or from, any USA Hockey competition, training or practice session and prohibit the use of alcohol, tobacco or performance enhancing or recreational drugs by participants. GAMBLING Coaches will refrain from and prohibit gambling of any kind in conjunction with, including traveling to or from, any USA Hockey competition, training or practice session. PORNOGRAPHY Coaches will refrain from and prohibit the use of pornographic or sexually explicit material in conjunction with any USA Hockey competition, including travel to or from any USA Hockey competition, training or practice session.

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Pink the Rink November 30th St. Charles Chill (www.stcharleschill.com) November 8, 2013 St. Charles, Mo. – The St. Charles Chill are preparing for one of their largest nights of the season on November 30th when they get set to “Pink the Rink” to help raise money for cancer research. 
The night will feature pink jerseys worn by the players to be auctioned off after the game with proceeds going to Komen St. Louis and rally towels will be given to the first 1,000 fans at The Family Arena courtesy of Four Seasons Pool and Spa, Tracie Bibb with All State, Field Box, CACi, Harvest Lanes. The American Lung Association will be running the Chuck-A-Puck promotion. Southwest Airlines will be giving away two

tickets to anywhere they fly in the US and Ameristar will have an overnight package, complete with breakfast, to give away. Local band Brookroyal will be featured throughout the night and the Rams cheerleaders will be selling calendars with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit Gateway to Hope. 
Tickets start at $5 for Bronze (upper) level general admission seats and fans can sit on the glass in Diamond level seats for just $20. 
November 30th is also being billed as “Ladies Night” with $10 lower-level tickets (savings of $5) available to all women in attendance. In addition to the pink jersey auction, the concourse will be filled with a variety of tables and kiosks for the ladies.

St. Charles Chill (www.stcharleschill.com) - November 7, 2013 Tulsa, Okla. – The St. Charles Chill dug themselves another early deficit, falling behind 4-0 to the Tulsa Oilers, but closed the score to 4-3 before losing by a final of 6-4. The Chill (2-5-1) were outshot 14-3 in the opening period and surrendered two power play goals to fall behind 2-0. The Oilers (3-52) added two more goals in the first 6:46 of the second period to take a 4-0 lead that chased starting goaltender Mathieu Corbeil before St. Charles got the offense clicking and stayed out of the penalty box. Anthony Perdicaro scored his second of the season on a deflection from Jordan Fox and Tony DeHart to put the Chill on the scoreboard. Less than four minutes later Phil Bushbacher netted his first of the season on an assist from Kyle O’Kane to close the score further to 4-2. Bushbacher would add his second goal early in the third period after he stole a pass and his bad angle shot deflected off a defender and into the net to set the score at 4-3. Robby Moss, in goal off the bench for

the second time this season, made some timely saves late in the second period and throughout the third to keep the Chill in the game but it was the Oilers outshooting the Chill 15-8 in the third, stretching their lead to 5-3 with under two minutes left. The Chill continued to battle. With a penalty called moments later, the Chill pulled Moss from goal and skated 6-on-4 and the move paid off leading to Kyle Kraemer’s power play goal to once again close the score to a single goal. The Oilers sealed the win with an empty netter in the final minute of play. The two teams battle again Saturday night with the puck drop set for 7:35. Tune in to the live action at www.talkstl.com or by downloading the TalkSTL app for your smart phone. The Chill return to The Family Arena November 15th and 16th against the Arizona Sundogs. Single-game tickets start as low as $5 and are available through MetroTix and at The Family Arena box office. For group ticket packages, sponsorships, and more information on the St. Charles Chill visit StCharlesChill.com or call (636) 724-SHOT (7468).

Early Deficit Dooms Chill

Coaching Ethics (cont.) from page 6 RECRUITING Coaches will not recruit a participant who is already a member of another USA Hockey team. Direct contact by a coach or his/her staff or indirect contact through an agent or parent during the playing season with a participant who is a member of another USA Hockey team is considered tampering and is prohibited. EVALUATING PARTICIPANTS Coaches will evaluate participants on actual ability, attitude and performance and in a manner consistent with the Code. RESOLVING ISSUES FAMILIARITY WITH CODE Coaches will be familiar with the Code. Lack of awareness or misunderstanding of general principles or ethical standards included in the Code will not excuse violations of the Code. CONFRONTING ISSUES Coaches will consult with other coaches when they are uncertain if a particular situation or course of action violates the Code. ORGANIZATIONAL CONFLICTS Coaches will clarify the nature of any conflict between the demands of an organization and the Code, make known their commitment to the Code and seek to resolve

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the conflict in a way which adheres to the Code. REPORTING VIOLATIONS Coaches will inform participants of any perceived violation of the Code and their right to report any violation to the president or other appropriate designee of their association and complete an Ethical Violation Form provided by the association. Any violation of the Code shall be addressed via the process explained in USA Hockey Bylaw 10 and referred to the appropriate law enforcement agency as required. COOPERATION WITH INVESTIGATIONS, PROCEEDINGS AND RESOLUTIONS Coaches will cooperate with any investigation, proceeding or resolution related to a perceived violation of the Code as mandated by USA Hockey or any of its member organizations. Failure to cooperate in itself is a violation of the Code. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Coaches acknowledge the USA Hockey Coaching Ethics Code is administered under the authority of USA Hockey and its member organizations. Any violation of the Code subjects the violating coach(es) to the disciplinary processes of USA Hockey and its member organizations.

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Teams on the bubble: Seckman, Westminster, Francis Howell, Lafayette and Marquette. TOP TEN GAME SCORES 1 CBC (3-0) 2 Oakville (3-0) 3 Chaminade (3-0) 4 SLUH (1-1) 5 Lindbergh (2-1) 6 DeSmet (2-1) 7 Eureka (2-0-1) 8 Vianney (1-2) 9 Kirkwood (1-2) 10 Rock. Summit (3-0) 10 Fox (2-0)

Beat Kirkwood 5-3 Wentzville Timberland 13-0 Vianney 3-1 Beat Zumwalt West 7-1 Seckman 4-1 Kirkwood 9-3 Beat Northwest 7-0 Francis Howell 3-2 SLUH 6-3 Beat Wentzville Holt 7-0 Lost To Chaminade 6-3 Beat Seckman 5-2 Lost To Fox 6-2 Beat Desmet 4-3 Beat Francis Howell 7-1 Wentzville Holt 5-0 Lost To Lindbergh 4-3 Beat Francis Howell North 4-1 Vianney 3-0 Tied Lafayette 3-3 Lost To Eureka 3-0 Beat Lutheran South 6-2 Lost To CBC 3-1 Lost To CBC 5-2 Beat Westminister 4-1 Lost To Oakville 9-3 Beat Parkway West 6-5 Parkway South 5-2 Lafayette 3-10 Beat Lutheran South 5-1 Lindbergh 6-2

NA3HL Defenseman of the Month Kyle Meeh - St. Louis Jr. Blues NAHL (www.nahl.com)

Anytime a defenseman leads his team in scoring, you know he is doing something right. St. Louis Jr. Blues defenseman Kyle Meeh, 18, has picked up right where he left off last season by being a big-time producer. The native of St. Louis, Missouri, used the month of October to springboard himself right up to the league-leaders. In eight games, Meeh (6’2/180) recorded 11 points (2 goals, 9 assists) and was a +10. His 15 points to date is tied for the team lead and ranks 5th among NA3HL defensemen. Meeh had two, three-point games during the month of October. He recorded at least

a point in seven of the eight games, as the Jr. Blues fashioned together a 6-1-1 record. “Kyle has established himself as an elite defenseman with his consistency this season and last season,” said Jr. Blues head coach Chris Flaugher. “He is a team leader and backbone of our club. He plays in every situation and does a good job of playing two-way hockey. Has a bright future ahead of him.”


OHIO OHIO Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Penguins Elite 5 3 1 1 7 19 19 Barons 12 5 7 0 10 20 46 Standings as of 11/13/13 Standings as of 11/13/13 Blue Jackets 5 1 3 1 3 16 29 Blue Jackets 12 4 7 1 9 30 33 Eastern Conference Minnesota Teams Barons 5 0 5 0 0 6 32 Penquins Elite 10 4 6 0 8 19 41 TEAM GP W L OTL PTS GF GA Team GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA Team USA 16 10 5 1 21 72 47 Maple Grove 26 19 6 0 1 0 39 103 61 Squirt Major (‘03) Bantam Minor (‘00) Dubuque 13 9 3 1 19 40 29 Dells Ducks 21 19 2 0 0 0 38 124 46 CHICAGO CHICAGO Cedar Rapids 13 9 3 1 19 55 42 Hudson 22 12 8 0 2 0 26 90 68 Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Green Bay 14 8 3 3 19 44 38 Northern Lights 21 12 9 0 0 0 24 74 63 Chicago Fury 4 4 0 0 8 30 6 St. Louis Blues 5 4 1 0 8 16 8 Muskegon 17 8 6 3 19 53 55 Rochester Ice 17 10 4 0 3 0 23 75 59 St. Louis Blues 5 2 1 2 6 16 16 Chicago Fury 5 3 2 0 6 17 15 Indiana 12 5 4 3 13 41 35 Edina Lakers 21 6 14 0 1 0 13 46 94 Jr. Admirals 5 2 2 1 5 13 22 Jr. Admirals 5 2 2 1 5 10 11 Youngstown 16 5 10 1 11 44 62 Steele County 16 4 11 0 1 0 9 45 61 Chicago 15 4 11 0 8 33 55 MN Owls 18 2 13 0 3 0 7 44 94 DETROIT DETROIT Team GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T PTS GF GA Western Conference Great Lakes Teams Team Victory Honda 7 3 3 1 7 22 30 Jr. Grizzlies 7 4 2 1 9 33 16 TEAM GP W L OTL PTS GF GA Team GP W L T OTL SOL PTS GF GA Belle Tire 7 2 4 1 5 26 34 Victory Honda 8 3 3 2 8 20 25 Omaha 15 12 2 1 25 61 28 Marquette 22 20 2 0 0 0 40 137 51 Jr. Grizzlies 7 1 3 3 5 14 25 Belle Tire 6 1 4 1 3 16 24 Sioux City 14 10 3 1 21 49 31 Illiana Blackbirds 21 15 5 0 1 0 31 87 66 Sioux Falls 16 10 5 1 21 46 48 Wooster Oilers 22 12 9 0 1 0 25 96 95 OHIO OHIO Waterloo 13 9 4 0 18 48 35 Fort Wayne 23 11 10 0 2 0 24 108 98 Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Des Moines 14 5 8 1 11 33 48 Central WI Saints 22 10 12 0 0 0 20 65 79 Penguins Elite 5 5 0 0 10 41 4 Barons 7 3 3 1 7 31 20 Tri-City 13 4 7 2 10 24 46 Tri City Icehawks 16 8 6 0 2 0 18 58 62 Barons 5 1 3 1 3 16 23 Penguins Elite 5 1 3 1 3 17 17 Fargo 14 4 9 1 9 21 49 Wisconsin 20 5 13 0 2 0 12 82 128 Blue Jackets 4 0 1 3 3 7 9 Blue Jackets 6 0 6 0 0 7 40 Lincoln 13 2 7 4 8 30 46 Frontenacs 22 0 20 0 2 0 2 33 142 Girls (16U) PeeWee Major (‘01) Team GP W L T PTS GF GA CHICAGO Jr. Admirals 5 5 0 0 10 16 3 Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Chicago Fury 5 4 1 0 8 20 7 Chicago Fury 5 2 2 1 5 23 20 Standings as of 11/13/13 Lady Blues 5 3 1 1 7 14 8 Standings as of 11/13/13 Jr. Admirals 5 2 3 0 4 9 15 Midget Major (18U) Madison Capitols 5 2 2 1 5 16 9 Central St. Louis Blues 5 1 2 2 4 11 14 CHICAGO Lansing Spartans 5 2 2 1 5 11 8 Team GP W L OTL PTS GF GA Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Penguins Elite 5 1 2 2 4 11 8 Austin 18 14 4 0 28 63 37 DETROIT Chicago Fury 12 11 1 0 31 42 24 Dallas Stars 5 1 3 1 3 4 17 Aberdeen 17 10 6 1 21 48 37 Team GP W L T PTS GF GA AAA Blues 12 10 1 1 30 58 14 Team Detroit BT 4 0 2 2 2 4 10 Bismarck 16 10 5 1 21 46 36 Belle Tire 6 6 0 0 12 31 11 Thunder AAA 11 9 2 0 26 44 14 Ohio Flames 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Minot 18 5 11 2 12 33 51 Jr. Grizzlies 7 1 4 2 4 18 24 Milwaukee Jr. 12 0 11 1 1 11 54 Blue Jackets 5 0 5 0 0 1 27 Brookings 18 3 10 5 11 36 74 Victory Honda 6 1 4 1 3 12 22 KC Mavs 11 0 11 0 0 16 63 Girls (14U) Midwest OHIO DETROIT Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Team GP W L OTL PTS GF GA Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Jr. Admirals 5 5 0 0 10 22 4 MN Wilderness 19 14 2 3 31 51 24 Blue Jackets 5 3 2 0 6 21 14 Barons 10 8 2 0 24 44 21 Penguins Elite 5 4 1 0 8 29 4 Fairbanks 19 12 7 0 24 58 39 Penguins Elite 5 3 2 0 6 17 10 Belle Tire 7 7 0 0 21 31 13 Team Detroit BT 5 4 1 0 8 22 4 Kenai River 19 12 7 0 24 55 54 Barons 5 2 2 1 5 17 11 Victory Honda 8 4 2 2 14 30 28 Blue Jackets 5 2 1 2 6 11 7 MN Magicians 18 9 6 3 21 49 57 Oakland Jr. 11 3 7 1 10 20 42 Chicago Fury 5 2 1 2 6 10 11 Coulee Region 17 10 7 0 20 55 46 PeeWee Minor (‘02) Blue Jackets 10 2 7 1 7 25 38 Colorado Select 5 2 2 1 5 12 10 Wenatchee 19 8 9 2 18 48 53 CHICAGO Lady Blues 5 1 2 2 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Coyotes 15 6 7 2 18 39 43 Rio Grande Valley 21 12 4 5 29 55 44 LA Jr. Kings 15 5 9 1 14 27 41 Wichita Falls 20 11 6 3 25 59 47 Thunderbirds 14 5 7 2 13 32 48 Topeka 20 10 8 2 22 54 52 Corpus Christi 22 6 11 5 17 50 68 Midget Minor (16U) Odessa 24 6 18 0 12 50 83 CHICAGO Lone Star 19 5 13 1 11 41 80 Team GP W L T PTS GF GA AAA Blues 12 11 0 1 34 51 21 Jr. Admirals 12 8 4 0 22 56 37 Thunder AAA 11 5 4 2 14 40 41 Chicago Fury 12 3 8 1 10 23 48 KC Mavs Elite 11 3 8 0 8 28 58 Standings as of 11/14/13 DETROIT Central Team GP W L T PTS GF GA Team GP W L OTL PTS GF GA Blue Jackets 12 8 2 2 23 33 21 Peoria 18 13 5 0 26 91 52 Jr. Grizzlies 10 5 2 3 17 18 24 Chicago 15 10 4 1 21 72 52 Victory Honda 9 6 3 0 16 20 14 Wisconsin 16 8 5 3 19 64 63 Belle Tire 9 6 3 0 16 25 20 St. Louis 16 8 6 2 18 67 49 Cleveland 12 3 5 4 11 22 34 Cincinnati 18 8 9 1 17 64 69 Battle Creek 16 0 16 0 0 16 111 EAST Training for the dedicated hockey player Team GP W L T PTS GF GA East Take your game to the next level Jr. 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TOURNAMENT CALENDAR BIG BEAR TOURNAMENTS For all Big Bear Tournament information go to

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NOVEMBER 2013

11/29 – 12/1 - The Bear in Cleveland, OH at Mentor Civic Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A 11/29 – 12/1 - The Firebird in Dallas, TX at Polar Ice Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA. NHL Tickets available – Stars Blackhawks 11/29 – 12/1 - The Wild Turkey in St. Louis, MO at Hardee’s Iceplex & Lindenwood Arena. Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

DECEMBER 2013

12/6 – 12/8 - The FireBolt in Ann Arbor, MI at Arctic Coliseum & Yost Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget: B, A, AA. NHL Tickets available – Red Wings - Panthers

JANUARY 2014

1/17 – 1/20 - The Cross Roads in Chicago, IL at Darien Sportsplex. – (Saturday thru Monday - Local teams start Friday) – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget/H.S.: B, A, AA, plus Girls U12 & U14 1/18 – 1/20 - The Big Chill in Ann Arbor / Detroit, MI at Arctic Coliseum,Yost & Suburban Detroit Arenas. (Saturday thru Monday) Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA – NHL Tickets available Red Wings - Kings & Red Wings – St. Louis Blues 1/18 – 1/20 - The Brickyard in Indianapolis, IN at Carmel Ice Skatium & Arctic Zone. – (Saturday thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget. High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 1/17 – 1/20 - Smokey Mt. Shootout in Nashville, TN at Centennial Arena. – (Friday thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget/H.S.: A, AA – NHL Tickets available – Predators – Avalanche and Predators - Stars 1/18 – 1/20 - The Mountain King in Dallas, TX at Polar Ice Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 1/18 – 1/20 - The Avalanche in Grand Rapids, MI at Southside Arena. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA – Competitive Half Ice – 05 & 06

FEBRUARY 2014

2/15 – 2/17 - Gasoline Alley in Indianapolis, IN at Carmel Ice Skatium & Arctic Zone. – (Sat. thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 2/15 – 2/17 - The Gateway in St. Louis, MO at Hardee’s Iceplex and Lindenwood Arena. (Sat. thru Monday) – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 2/14 – 2/17 - The Palms in Tampa, FL at Ice Sports Forum & Ellenton. – (Friday thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget / HS: A, AA 2/15 – 2/17 - The Ursa Minor in Ann Arbor, MI at Arctic Coliseum & Yost. – (Sat. thru Monday) Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 2/15 – 2/17 - WJC Classic in Dallas, TX at Polar Ice Arena. – (Sat. thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 2/15 – 2/17 - Lincoln Memorial in Cleveland, OH at Mentor Civic Arena. – (Sat. thru Monday) Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A 2/28 – 3/1 - The Big Thaw in Ann Arbor, MI at Arctic Coliseum & Yost. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

MARCH 2014

3/7- 3/9 - Killer Bees in Grand Rapids, MI at Georgetown Arena. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V., Competitive Half Ice – 05 & 06: B, BB only 3/14 – 3/16 - Luck of the Irish in St. Louis, MO at Hardee’s Iceplex & Lindenwood Arena. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

APRIL 2014

4/11 – 4/13 - Winged Warrior in St. Louis, MO at Hardee’s Iceplex. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

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4/25 – 4/27 - The Thunderbird in Detroit, MI at Suburban Detroit Arenas. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA

FEBRUARY 2014

MAY 2014

2/15- 2/17- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt: AA, A, B, and House.

5/9 – 5/11 - The Ring of Fire in Ann Arbor, MI at Arctic Coliseum. – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget/HS: B, A, AA 5/16 – 5/18 - The Dragon’s Lair in Chicago, IL at Darien Sportsplex. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA 5/16 – 5/18 - The Last Dance in Detroit, MI at Suburban Detroit Arenas. – Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, High School Varsity & J.V.: B, A, AA plus Girls U12, U14, U16 & U19

ULTIMATE TOURNAMENTS For all Ultimate Tournament information go to

www.ultimatetournaments.net or contact John at 630.336.6160

NOVEMBER 2013

11/22- 11/24- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 11/22- 11/24- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO Squirt, Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, House.

JANUARY 2014

1/17- 1/19- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Peewee, High School, Midget: AA, A, B, and House. 1/18- 1/20- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 1/17- 1/19- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Peewee, High School, Midget: AA, A, B, and House. 1/18- 1/20- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Mite, Squirt, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 1/24- 1/26- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, GIRLS: AA, A, B, and House. 1/31- 2/2- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.

2/14- 2/16- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Peewee, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.

MARCH 2014

3/14- 3/16- Dells Waterpark Classic in Wisconsin Dells, WI – Mite, Squirt, PW, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 3/14- 3/16- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Mite, Squirt, PW, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.

MAY 2014

5/2- 5/4- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Mite, Squirt, PW, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House. 5/23- 5/25- St. Louis Ice Blast in St. Louis, MO – Mite, Squirt, PW, Bantam: AA, A, B, and House.


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