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Skill Levels for TRAHL Explained

 

Winter 2018

Current TRAHL Champs: Hockey Source HC!

HSHC beat the Penguins in a close game (5-4) to win their second straight championship!

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Skill Levels

This will replace draft round subbing. If you are missing an Advanced, you can sub anyone. Missing Silver, you can sub Silver and lower. Etc. It will also be what we use for determining Summer Freeze team parity. Potentially limiting the amount of Advanced players per team in B and Intermediate in C.

ADVANCED
This player is an advanced level adult player with very high level basic hockey skills. They also have a very high understanding of team play and where they should be positioned on the ice. Forward and backward skating skills are strong with great maneuverability and transitions. They are able to puck handle, pass and shoot at a very high level. They are the main contributors to points in a B level game.

SILVER
This player is a moderate level adult player with an above average level of basic hockey skills. They also have an understanding of team play and where they should be positioned on the ice. Forward and backward skating skills are strong with good maneuverability and transition. They are able to puck handle, pass and shoot at an above average level. They are consistent contributors to points in a B level game.

INTERMEDIATE
This is a player that is just above Bronze and just below Silver. They don't contribute to points in B level games consistently, but they are the main contributors to points in a C level game.

BRONZE
This player is a less experienced adult recreational player. The player has an average understanding of team play and where they should be positioned on the ice. Forward and backward skating may be somewhat strong, but maneuverability and transition still needs work. They are able to puck handle, pass and shoot inconsistently. They are consistent contributors to points in a C level game.

NOVICE
This player is a novice in the truest sense of the word. The basic skills of the game i.e. skating, shooting, and passing are in their infancy and are the main focus of their development. They don't contribute to points in C level games consistently.

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