Regular Season Scheduling Meeting
Saturday, 10/29 @ Glenview Ice Center upstairs Meeting Room
Wolves CUHL Day October 30th
Attention all CUHL players, parents, and coaches: join the Chicago Wolves for this exciting opportunity; All CUHL players receive a FREE Wolves jersy!
Our Mission is to create an atmosphere in which players support and respect one another while never compromising the rules of the game. To encourage and expect our players and parents to respect their opponent, coaches, managers, Board members, and officials. To exhibit good sportsmanship, discipline, teamwork and fair play.
Our league is dependent upon the commitment and dedication of our many volunteers, which are expected to deal with one another with courtesy and mutual respect and make the game of hockey fun for all participants. To ensure that our players not only learn hockey skills but life skills that will help them be model citizens within our communities.
3 Up/3 Down Rule
CUHL 3 Up 3 Down Rule
- Any team can “borrow” (from within their own club) up to three players for a game if they are short players with the following restrictions:
- Player movement can be a maximum of one level (D2 à D3 not D1 à D3)
- Player movement can be up a level (D3 →D2) or within the same level (D3→D3)
- Player movement can only be down one level if the club’s lowest team is short players (D2→D3)
- Rule can only be used to fill a roster up to a maximum of 10 skaters and 1 goalie
- Movement rules may be loosened for goalies
- The 3 up 3 down rule is not applicable in playoff tournament round robin or championship games; teams must play with their official roster
- When using the 3 up 3 down rule, the team manager must inform the opposing team’s manager of the use of the rule prior to the game and clearly identify on the scoresheet the players that are absent, the players that are “borrowed” from another team and the level of the “borrowed” players (i.e., John Doe, D2)
- When emailing the score after the game, the team manager must include the number of players “borrowed” from another team and the level of the “borrowed” players (i.e., Visitor won, Score: Home 2 and Visitor 3, Visitor “borrowed” 2 players from D3)