SPORT MEDICAL FOR 2020/2021 REGISTRATION

Please note, all Medicos which are already valid till end of Dec 2020, their validity have been extended till Dec 2021.

Players born before 2014 need a General Medical Certificate from their General practitioner. 

NEW PLAYERS NEED A SPORT MEDICO FOR REGISTRATION.

Find the sport medical centre list under registration. In September sport medicals centres are very busy. MAKE AN APPOITMENT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (from now on) for Sept.2020 registration as without the Sport Medico or at least a date of appointment for Sport Medico, no registration will take place.

SAVE THE DATE: Get licensed for helping with hockey

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Parents who are interested in their kids’ hockey activity and want to help them as well as their club to practice the sport should save the date. They have an opportunity coming later this month to get the credential and the basic knowledge they need help out during both training and games. 

 

What’s needed is what’s called an "O" licence, which is issued by the Luxembourg hockey federation (FLHG – Fédération Luxembourgeoise de Hockey sur Glace). 

 

An “O” license is an official’s license, and it enables you to assist the coaches while being covered by insurance in case of an accident. It’s the basic hockey license that gets you started at the rink. It allows you to assist the coach on and off the ice, especially at away games and tournaments where our club has a shortage of volunteers. As a volunteer coach it is now mandatory to have this license.

 

There are other licences involved in hockey, such as a referee’s licence or a coaching licence. These have much longer and more difficult courses as a prerequisite.

 

Every year, the Luxembourg hockey federation runs the “Learn to Play” course for parents seeking to get this licence. It consists of both a theoretical and a practical component, both of which must be completed in order to be able to request the “O” licence. This year, during Covid, the three-hour theory part of the course will be held online, on the morning of Saturday October 24 2020. Details about the course’s exact timing and how to connect will be publicised later this month.

 

Later on, there will also be a short practical course and it is only after you complete this second part that your full participation in the "Learn to play" course will be recognised and an "O" licence can be requested from the federation.

Sign up for the Huskies Toussaint 2020 hockey camp!

The Huskies junior ice hockey team is offering a Toussaint hockey camp during the first week of November. Send your son or daughter for a mid-season skills upgrade, with focus sessions on stickhandling, passing, defence, shooting and skating from Huskies Head Coach Radek Gardoň and his fellow assistant coaches. There’ll also be plenty of hockey fun with mini-games. 

 

The camp will run from Tuesday 3 November to Friday 6 November. The camp hours are 8.15am to 1pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday it runs 8.15am to 4pm, with lunch provided. All this for 210 euros. You can also register for single days at 50 euros per day on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday or 60 euros for Wednesday.

 

Please register by emailing michael.huskies@gmail.com with the name of your player(s), their age team and please include a telephone number. Then transfer the amount to the Huskies account: LU71 0026 9100 5610 7600 BILLLULL. Once we have your details and the payment, we’ll confirm your registration by email.

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