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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


  1. When do the seasons start?
  2. How can I see which players have registered for my team?
  3. What if a player does not have a regular jersey number (i.e. spares or subs)?
  4. How do I register for a team?
  5. What Jersey Number is to be listed on the gamesheet for players that do not have a set number?
  6. What does the player called 'Bench' stand for?
  7. What does the code 'UR' stand for when it appears beside a player's name?
  8. What is a 'shot on goal'?
  9. Does the AMHL accept electronic payments?



When do the seasons start?

Sunday, November 14, 2010

The AMHL has a winter season that runs from September to April and a summer season that runs from May to August. For more information please refer to the League Information page on this website which can be found under the 'About the League' menu option.


How can I see which players have registered for my team?

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Once a team's application is accepted the team representatives will be provided with instructions for the online Player Registration System. Player registrations are validated daily and the player's information will be transferred to the AMHL website. To view a team roster, select the Division from the side menu. Once the page refreshes, click on the Rosters option in the horizontal menu bar.


What if a player does not have a regular jersey number (i.e. spares or subs)?

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Players who do not have a set jersey number will be assigned a number (starting with 101). The system uses the player's name as the key for stats so even if a player wears a different jersey number for some games, the points will still be recorded correctly for that player.


How do I register for a team?

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

If you are an individual player looking for a team, you may submit the AMHL Free Agent form (on the website) to add your information to the AMHL Available Player List. The contact information for players on this list is only given to AMHL team representatives looking for players to fill their rosters. If you are a player on an AMHL team, you may register with the league using the online registration system. The website address and instructions for the online registration system are given to the team representatives who are responsible for passing the instructions on to their players. The AMHL online registration system is not available to the general public in order to avoid unsolicited registrations. If you are a player on a team in the AMHL and need assistance with the registration process, please contact your team representative or the AMHL Registrar at amhl@shaw.ca.


What Jersey Number is to be listed on the gamesheet for players that do not have a set number?

Monday, August 23, 2010

In all cases, players are to print the number of the jersey or pinny that they are wearing at that game.


What does the player called 'Bench' stand for?

Monday, August 9, 2010

This is a generic player that will be used to record points for forfeited games, shootout winners and bench minor penalties. Any points for unregistered players will be recorded under the 'Bench' player. Unregistered players are not credited for games played or awarded any points. Players must be registered to play in the AMHL.


What does the code 'UR' stand for when it appears beside a player's name?

Monday, August 9, 2010

UR stands for unregistered. This is a player that was initially registered for the playing season, but was dropped from the final roster for the team. Unregistered players are not allowed to play after the roster freeze deadline.


What is a 'shot on goal'?

Friday, November 12, 2010

A shot on goal is a shot that is taken with the intent to score that either goes into the net for a goal or a shot that the goaltender saves from going into the net. A shot that hits the goalpost or crossbar directly (i.e. not deflected by the goaltender), or a shot the goaltender stops that would not have gone in the net is not considered a shot on goal. A clearing pass that goes through everybody and winds up being stopped by the goaltender is not considered a shot on goal because there was no intent by the 'shooter' to score a goal.


Does the AMHL accept electronic payments?

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The league accepts Interac Email Transfers which are a quick,easy and cost effective way to make payments.


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