How do you become a hockey referee in Massachusetts?
Go to USAHockey.com. At the homepage you will click on “Become a Member” and register as an Ice Official. This is where you will provide us with your personal information for our database and pay your annual membership fee (and Affiliate Fee if applicable).
How old do you have to be to ref hockey in Massachusetts?
Age Restriction Notice for Officials In order to comply with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 149, Sections 54 – 105, all officials must reach the age of 14 prior to being allowed to officiate USA Hockey games within the Massachusetts District.
How much do Level 1 hockey refs make?
The typical USA Hockey Referee salary is $28 per hour. Referee salaries at USA Hockey can range from $4 – $53 per hour.
Do you have to be an official to attend a USA Hockey seminar?
REMINDER: You must complete USA Hockey Membership Registration as an official before any other step of registration. Officials are not required to attend a seminar in their own district. All seminars follow the national curriculum and count towards USA Hockey registration.
What do you need to know about Massachusetts Hockey Tournament?
For any and all Massachusetts Hockey tournament information, please follow this link. USA Hockey SafeSport is the organization’s program related to off-ice safety. All coaches of youth or girls hockey teams shall complete the SafeSport training PRIOR to that person’s participation (on-ice or off ice) in a USA Hockey program.
Why are USA Hockey officials awarded tenured status?
USA Hockey has created a new Tenured Official category designed to reward officials who demonstrate dedication to the USA Hockey Officiating Program. The new status aims to recognize USA Hockey Officials who are committed to long-term officiating development and making the game of hockey better in their local community.
Do you have to do SafeSport training for USA Hockey?
All coaches of youth or girls hockey teams shall complete the SafeSport training PRIOR to that person’s participation (on-ice or off ice) in a USA Hockey program. Also, officials and volunteers are required to complete the training. Questions?