RIOT HOCKEY FIRE VIDEO 2017

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Congrats to the Riot O2 Player drafted to the OHL Priority

24   Josh Barnes           Owen Sound  Attack

​32   Isaac Langdon         Kitchner Rangers

​40  Donovan Sebrango   Kitchner Rangers

​124  Cameron Morton      Erie Otters

​143  Luc Reeves              Peterborough Petes

​214  Grant Eastwood       London Knights

Congrats to Riot OO Red Hlinka Cup Members

Benoit Oliver Groulx

​Serron Noel


Previous Riot Hockey Hlinka Team Canada Players

Riot 93s

Scott Harrington  

Alan Quine

Tyson Teichmann

Riot 94s

Slater Koekkoek

Domenic Graham


Riot 98s

Wiiliam Bitten

Zach Poirier

RIOT HOCKEY QUICK FACTS

  

RIOT HOCKEY 2019 WEBSITE UPDATE

RIOT HOCKEY QUICK FACTS. Initiation age 2012, 2011 

Core ages 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007

RIOT HOCKEY IS A NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION

SEASON STARTS EARLY TO MID APRIL

SEASON ENDS MID JUNE

AMOUNT OF TOURNAMENT MIN 3 MAX 5

PRACTICE TIME INITIATION 16-24 HOURS CORE 12-20 HOURS

PRICE DETERMINED BY EACH TEAM  

WINTER SESSIONS NO

TRY OUTS : DEPENDS ON TEAM : USUAL INVITATION BY COACH

COACHES PAID : NO BUT EXPENSES MAYBE COVERED .DEPENDS ON TEAM 


RIOT RED TEAMS TOURNAMENTS

BRYAN MURRAY MEMORIAL CUP ELITE OR SUPER DIVISION

NORTH AMERICAN SHOWCASE

TORONTO INVITATIONAL

PROHOCKEY SHOOTOUT

TORONTO PROSPECTS

OTTF SPRING CLASSIC

NIAGARA CHALLENGE

MONTREAL MELTDOWN D1 

SUPER CHALLENGE D1

OTTF SPRING CLASS

 

BLUE TEAMS 

BRYAN MURRAY MEMORIAL CUP SUPER OR REGULAR DIV

NORTH AMERICAN SHOWCASE

MONTREAL MELTDOWN D2 

SUPER CHALLENGE D2

LITTLE SENS TOURNAMENT

CASSELMAN PIRATES

OUTAOUAIS ELITE 

VALLEY SELECTS  

RIOT HOCKEY 2019

 This fall you will start looking at your options to what program is will be best suited for your child. Since I started the Riot program in 2004 we have had to think and re-think again the way hockey is run in the Ottawa, Ottawa Valley and Western Quebec. We have studied a variety of successful organizations around the spring hockey world to see why they are successful in doing what they do. We are constantly looking to improve the quality of the experience for the Riot Kids. It is not merely good enough to through just to have teams but what we are striving for all our teams are to improve how they develop the kids. You will hear us talk about the difference between a program and just not solely running a spring hockey team. The reason is quite simple and it comes from our basic principal about running a sound program. This philosophy stems from our Riot Pyramid of needs 


  

Focus on Development 

We believe that there is no better feeling we get from the coaching is when the players takes what they learn in practice and execute it in the game. We believe that it is important to have a double edge policy that re-enforces good habits as well and corrects bad habits. Practice plans have to have a well thought out progression and allow the players to think and not just do. It is not acceptable to just run a drill but it is important to remind the players why they are doing the drill and to make them aware of the key points during practice and during the game. 


  

Core and Initiation age categories (2019) 

The age groups are broken down in the following categories Core (2010 to 2007 ) We would like these teams in these age groups to be without a doubt the best team around locally and we would want the teams to seek out the tournaments hosting the top competition from North America. Initiation (2012 and 2011) We would like these teams in these age groups to be within the top 3 teams locally and we would want the teams to seek out the top tournament locally hosting the top local competition. They may even make 1 or two trips to Montreal or Toronto. Red and Blue Teams Two levels of hockey. A Blue team and a RED Team. Both teams should run under the same standards and guidelines. The difference is in the level of tournaments the teams attend. The RED team should compete at the highest level available in North American while the Blue team should compete at Mid Level Tournaments. 


Riot Coaching Qualities 

Focused on development -Good communicator, with players, parents and referees -Good motivator -Re-inforces team play -Well thought out game plans and managed practices -Able to control emotions -Positive Attitude -Alert -Confident -Still learning 

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RIOT HOCKEY PLAYER REGISTRATION