North East Region

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Northeast Region Coordinator: Rob Larson

Vice-Chair and Discipline: Gary Goreniuk

Secretary: Chad Marchand

Treasurer: Kurt Caron

Match Penalty: Scott Hennig

Clinic Coordinator: Dustin Haider

Supervision: Vince Nelson

Development Coordinator: James Babenek and Kelly Pauls

Data Coordinator (Marketing and Website): Mikala Brown

Town Referee-in-Chief or Assignor E-Mail
North East Region (Elite Hockey) Rob Larson officialsnortheastregion@hockeyalberta.ca
Bonnyville Gary Goreniuk goreniuk@telusplanet.net
Cold Lake Chris Reid chris@framesnthingscoldlake.com
Elk Point Brian Poitras brianjpoitras@gmail.com
Frog Lake Cliffton Cross clifftoncross@froglake.ca
Hughenden Ryan Duffett ryan.duffet@btps.ca
Irma Kelly Pauls kellypauls051@gmail.com
Kitscoty Joe Labiuk refs@kitscotyminorhockey.com
Lac La Biche Ali Fyith minorregs2@hockeyalberta.ca
Lloydminster

Dean Segberg

Maryann Tourand

deansegberg@shaw.ca

ice@lloydminsterminorhockey.com

Marwayne (Dewberry) Vince Nelson avnelson@telus.net
Onion Lake Trish Carter trish.carter@onionlake.ca
Provost Jeremy Rehman jrehman16@hotmail.com
Saddle Lake Darcy McGilvery dmcgilvery@onehealth.ca
Sedgewick Rob Ferguson rferguson@agriterraeq.com
St. Paul (Glendon) Mario Charette cdnfrenchie@hotmail.com
Vermilion Dom St. Amand dom.announcing@gmail.com
Wainwright Darcie Gibb dgibb6@hotmail.com

North East Region - Mileage

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MIDGET AAA: Alberta Major Midget Hockey League 


JUNIOR B: Northeast Junior B Hockey League

1. No change situations:

  • Icing

 Note: a time out does not provide the team the ability to change.

2. TV Timeout occurs at the first stoppage of play after the 10 minute mark of each period unless one of the following occurs:

  • Icing of the puck.
  • Puck directly out of play over the glass in the defensive zone.
  • Scoring of a goal.
  • On-ice strength differential at the time of the whistle.

Note: a delayed penalty does not negate the TV timeout if the on-ice strength is even at the time of the whistle.

3. Goaltender leaving the crease negates an icing.

4. Overtime:

  • Regular Season: 3 on 3 for 5 minutes; followed by a 5 player shootout; if still tied continue 1 player at a time until tie is broken.
  • Playoffs: 5 on 5 for continuous 20 minute periods.

JUNIOR A: Alberta Junior Hockey League

1. No change situations:

  • Puck directly out of play over the glass in the defensive zone.
  • Icing

Note: a time out does not provide the team the ability to change.

2. No slew foot rule.

3. TV Timeout occurs at the first stoppage of play after the 10 minute mark of each period unless one of the following occurs:

  • Icing of the puck.
  • Puck directly out of play over the glass in the defensive zone.
  • Scoring of a goal.
  • On-ice strength differential at the time of the whistle.

Note: a delayed penalty does not negate the TV timeout if the on-ice strength is even at the time of the whistle.

4. Overtime:

  • Regular Season: 5 minutes of 3 on 3; followed if required by a 3 player shootout; if still tied, 1 shooter from each team at a time until tie is broken.
  • Playoffs: 20 minutes of 5 on 5 with continuous periods until the tie is broken.

ACAC: Alberta College Athletics Conference

Men’s Hockey - Portage College

1. No change situations:

  • Puck directly out of play over the glass in the defensive zone.
  • Icing

Note: a time out DOES allow the team the ability to change.

2. Goaltender leaving the crease negates an icing.

3. Overtime:

  • Regular Season: 5 minutes of 4 on 4; followed by 5 minutes of 3 on 3; if still tied it will be recorded as a tie.
  • Playoffs: 10 minutes of 5 on 5; followed by resurfacing and then continuous 20 minute periods of 5 on 5 until the tie is broken

SENIOR: 

North Central Hockey League, Contact: Jerry Muise, President

1. Overtime:

  • Regular Season: 2 minute break followed by 5 minutes of 4 on 4 (teams do not change ends); if still tied a 5 player shootout (home team decides who shoots first); if still tied continue 1 player at a time until tie is broken.
  • Playoffs: Continuous 20 minute periods of 5 on 5.

Sask-Alta Hockey League, Contact: Rod Boutin, President 

1. Overtime:

  • Regular Season: 5 minutes of 5 on 5; if still tied a 5 player shootout will take place; if still tied continue 1 player at a time until tie is broken (all players are eligible for 2nd round of shootout).
  • Playoffs: Continuous 20 minute periods of 5 on 5.

Hockey Alberta utilizes an online Supervision Form to help with the development and growth of on-ice officials. The form can be viewed by clicking the on the button below. The form is filled out by the supervisor, in consultation with the official being assessed. The supervisor must enter his/her email address and the address of the official in the box titled "Forward to Email(s)". Once the supervisor clicks to Submit, the form will automatically be sent to the official, supervisor, Supervision Coordinator and the North East Region. 

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For questions about Supervisions in the North East Region, contact the Supervisions Coordinator