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The first principle of officiating

"The purpose of the playing rules is to penalize a player who, by reason of an illegal act, has placed an opponent at a disadvantage."

This principle is the fundamental rule of Officiating. Every penalty decision made by an an On-Ice-Official (whether to call, or not to call) is judged on whether there has been both: an illegal infraction as per the rule book, and a material change in advantage to one team.

The purpose of this principle is to ensure that the game progresses smoothly and so that it is not unnecessarily interrupted by the official's whistle.

Source: NOCP Participant Manual

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CANADIAN RINGETTE CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2018 Canadian Ringette Championships were hosted by Winnipeg during April 9th to 14th.  Manitoba was well represented with 4 teams at U16AA, 3 teams and U19AA and one team in the NRL.  Round robin games were played at either the Bell MTS Iceplex or the Seven Oaks Arena with the medal games played at Bell MTS Place.

At U16AA, the BVRA Angels were crowned national champions with the other 3 Manitoba teams finishing no better than 12th.  At U19AA, Manitoba had a tremendous showing.  The BVRA Angels won silver, the Eastman Flames won bronze and the Magic finished in 6th place.  At the NRL division, the Manitoba Intact finished in 8th place.

Congratulations to the Eastman Flames for an amazing CRCs. 

05/15/2018

EASTMAN'S MEDAL HAUL IN WRL PLAYOFFS

Eastman teams had amazing success in the WRL playoffs winning a total of 16 medals in the various age divisions.  The following is a summary of Eastman's tremendous achievement:

  • U10 - 3 gold medals, 2 silver and 1 bronze
  • U12 - 1 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze
  • U14 - 1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze
  • U16 - 1 silver
  • U19 - 1 gold
  • Open - 2 bronze

 

Congratulations to the players and coaches for their success in the WRL playoffs.

05/15/2018

MWGs - TEAM SOUTH WINS GOLD

Team South won gold at the Manitoba Winter Games held in Thompson earlier this the month.  Team South had five Eastman players and was coached and managed by an all Eastman bench staff. The team had a perfect 5 - 0 record in round robin play and won gold with an 8 - 4 victory.  The team was coached by  Katie Schoenborn - Head Coach (U16 A Eastman Heat), Catherine Lemoine-Courcelles - Assistant Coach (U16A Eastman Heat), Brooke Enns - Assistant Coach (U19AA Eastman Flames) and managed by Tara Ratz (Lorette Ringette). 


Pictured left to right are: Emily Palmer (Steinbach Panthers) Taylor Ratz (Lorette Royals) Rhyan Beardy (Red River Rage) Trista Rempel (Steinbach Panthers) Jaiden Huberdeau (Lorette Royals) Hailey McWilliams (Red River Rage)

Pictured below is Team South with their gold medals.

Congratulations to all the Eastman ringette players who particiapated in the MWGs and also played on Team East, Team West and Team North.

 

03/18/2018

SPRINGFIELD CTR EVENT

The Springfield Ringette Association will be hosting a Come Try Ringette event on March 17, 2018.  Details are indicated below.

03/09/2018

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