DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS, News (Burlington City Rep Hockey Club)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS
Submitted By Admin on Friday, November 10, 2017
To All Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Trainers & Managers

The Eagles organization has paid for your Eagles Spiritwear (winter jacket/pea coats for Head Coach, 2 x Assistant Coaches, 1 Manager, and 1 Trainer) as well as tracksuits for Head Coach, 2 x Assistant Coaches, and 1 Trainer.

The Dress Code clearly states that all bench staff must wear their Eagles mandatory Spiritwear on the bench at all home, away, and tournament games.  No ball caps of any kind are permitted.  This policy has been and continues to be violated.

Effectively immediately, bench staff who violate this policy will face suspension.  In the case of a manager or a trainer violating the dress code, the Head Coach will receive the suspension.

Dress code violations have also been noted at the PLAYER level as well.  Players must adhere to their dress code for all home, away, and tournament games.  Players face suspensions as well for consistent violation of the code, along with their coach.  Please ensure that your players are well aware of the policy and the consequences.

Should you have any questions at all, please reach out to your Convenor.

Best regards,

John Tait
This article has been viewed 1805 times.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 30
    May
    Organization
    The Burlington Eagles and the Burlington Lions-Optimist Minor Hockey Association (BLOMHA) will be working together to operate tryouts and form teams at the youngest age groups as a collaborative effort.
  • 21
    May
    Organization
    Eagles Families, Due to Covid-19, the current lockdown and the pending fall tryouts, there will not be any fit nights for the coming season.  The only way to secure custom Eagles pants, gloves and bags at the best price for the start of the ...
  • 13
    May
    Organization
    Eagles families, Please see the following information regarding the OHF’s current expected plan for the 2021/22 minor hockey season. We anticipate the first tryouts for our AAA Under-12 and older teams to start September 10th, with the Under-11 ...
  • 09
    Apr
    Organization
    In addition to our previously announced AAA Head Coaches, the Burlington Eagles are extremely excited to present our AA, A, Under 8, and Under 9 Head Coaches for the 2021-22 season! Once again, the Selection Committee would like to thank all ...
  • 08
    Apr
    Organization
    To Our Eagles 2020 - 2021 Coaches, This hockey season was unlike anything that we have seen before, and the past year has been nothing short of historic. Very few of us could have predicted how this season was going to unfold from start to ...
  • 01
    Apr
    Organization
    Eagles Families, Today the Province of Ontario has placed the Halton Public Health Unit back into the Grey/Lockdown sector of the COVID-19 Response Framework. This change is effective Saturday, April 3rd at 12:01AM. This means that tonight’s ...
  • 21
    Mar
    Organization
    Eagles Families, We would like to give a brief update on the season extension planned to start April 6th and end on May 30th. While originally stated that the extended season would only proceed if the Halton Public Health Unit reached the Orange ...
  • 11
    Mar
    Organization
    The Burlington Eagles are excited to announce that we will be offering a season extension! This program is Hockey Canada sanctioned and will be for our Under 10 and older players. This season extension will take place starting April 6th through to ...
Printed from burlingtoneagles.com on Friday, June 18, 2021 at 4:22 PM