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General facitlity rules of conduct

Review our general facility rules of conduct.

Hockey Rules

Official Silver Creek Sportsplex Rulebook

A few highlights: 

Puck Drop Rule!

During a face off the puck must hit the playing surface before it makes contact with a player or stick.

Hockey Jersey Rules Video

Silver Creek Sporstplex has put together a jersey comparison video to help you better understand our in-house hockey league jersey rules. Watch the video here.

Helmet & Cat Eye Cage rule

Goalie cage rules

Our number one priority, in everything we do, is the safety of our customers and our staff. 

We would like to highlight some helmet safety rules and advise you that non-certified cat eye goalie cages will not be permitted. Certified cat eye cages are allowed.

All helmets (goalie and skater) must be HECC-certified. You will find the HECC certificate sticker on the back of your helmet. 
Helmet chin straps must be securely fastened. 
Non-certified cat eye goalie cages are not permitted. See images above. 

Any player found in violation of these rules will be taken off the floor immediately, and not permitted to return until the violation is corrected. 

If you have any questions, please contact Robert Herbst.

Wearing of Helmets

All persons on the skating surface when sticks or pucks are being used must wear H.E.C.C.-approved helmets with helmet strap properly fastened and full face protection*.

*Full Face Protection Exceptions: 

Thank you for your understanding and support. 
David Maley, President, Silver Creek Sportsplex


Adult Hockey Rules of Conduct

In addition to the officlal Roller Hockey Alliance (RHA)/NARCh rules & regulations, Silver Creek Sportsplex abides by the following:


High School Hockey Rules of Conduct

Scholastic athletic competition should be fun. It should demonstrate high standards of ethics and sportsmanship and promote the development of good character and other important life skills. The highest potential of sports is achieved when participants are committed to pursuing victory with honor, through the core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, fairness, and good citizenship. Everyone involved in sports programs has a duty to assure that their programs impart important life skills and promote the development of good character. The highest potential of sports is achieved when all involved consciously teach, enforce, and embody these values and are committed to the ideal of pursuing victory with honor. Parents/guardians, coaches, and the student-athletes themselves each play an important role in the sports experience. 

These codes of conduct apply to all student-athletes, coaches, and parent/guardians involved in high school sports at Silver Creek Sportsplex. Download, print, and sign your code of conduct document and bring it to the check-in desk on your next visit.

Thank you for your commitment!

Dave Inouye,
Hockey Advisor