Coach and Team Manager Information Page


Team Managers Information 

The Team Manager is a central figure in creating the flow of communication - not only within the team (players, parents and coaches), but between the team and all support systems such as the Minor Hockey Association, Governors, League Managers, other teams, referees and officials. By taking on the operational aspects of the team, the manager enables the coach to focus on player development and on-ice instruction to provide the players with rewarding hockey experiences.

Every team will organize themselves slightly differently to best function in their surroundings, however, there are still many tasks that all Team Managers will need to complete regardless of what team they work with.


Please review carefully our 2021/21 Leduc Minor Hockey Manager's Manual for all important information regarding the position.

Leduc Minor Hockey Ledger

Example of a completed LMHA Team Ledger

Servus Credit Union Account Information

2021/22 EFHL Referee Rate Sheet

2021/22 Equipment Policy (Updated October 2021)

Game Sheet Example



U19-U13 EFHL Coach/Manager Meeting Recording & EFHL Coach/Manager Meeting Presentation

EFHL Permit Information


2021/22 LMHA Coach & Manager Meeting

October 7, 2021 - Coach & Manager Meeting Recording

2021-2022 LMHA Coach & Manager Meeting Presentation


Any questions/concerns regarding the Team Manager position - Please contact Cindy Beck: or Jenny Zaporosky:

Coaches must submit a manager request to the LMHA Administrator & Financial Administrator prior to any manager's being accepted for the position.


Have a great season!!!





In the case of any accident/injury, a report must be submitted to Hockey Alberta within 90 days of the date of the incident.  The Team Manager should carry blank injury forms at all times (the form can be found here or above in the Important Information Links). We also recommend that each parent's vehicle has a copy to ensure it is available in time of emergency. This form needs to be filled out immediately. If the player needs medical attention the form should accompany them to the hospital for the doctor/dentist to fill out at the time.  If the form is not available please ensure that name, address and phone number of the attending physician is written down so the form can be sent to them.  Once the form is filled out entirely a copy should be kept in the managers files and the original should be given to the Risk Manager to send onto Hockey Alberta -


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