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Become a Referee!
November is Referee Recruitment Month in Connecticut!
Officials are the unsung heroes of youth sports.  Without the men, women, boys and girls who wear the stripes, there can be no games.  Due to a shortage of officials, it has become a reality this year for games to be cancelled due to lack of available officials.  If you have not been impacted by a cancellation yet, you are fortunate - know that the shortage will only get worse as High School hockey games begin around the state.  
This is where you can help - if you can skate and understand the game, become a Referee!  The New England District is actively recruiting new officials and you can visit the NED Officials website for step-by-step instructions on how to get started.  
Officiating is a great part-time job for kids and adults.  You will make better money on the ice than you would working at a grocery store or fast food restaurant, and you will get ice time to work on your skating skills.  Learning about the game from a new perspective will make you a more educated player, coach or fan and the camaraderie that officials develop with one another is a big part of why many stick with it for years.  If you excel, it can be a path to stay involved in the game, travel and work high level hockey games around the country and the world. 
And if you can't become an official, you can do your part by not abusing them from the stands.  Remember that every official on the ice is someone's family member, and that by doing the job they do, it enables your child to play the sport they love.
There is a Level 1 clinic being held on zoom for CT officials in mid-November.  Typically, a youth player can officiate any level younger than the one he or she plays in.  Follow the link above for steps on how to register.

by posted 11/06/2021
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