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While not supplied by the Club, all players must wear all required C.S.A. approved equipment.

26.DRESS CODE

It is suggested that each GRMHC team establish a dress code which will see the players arrive at games neatly dressed, while at the same time not placing an undue financial burden on parents.  A suggested dress code is black or gray casual or dress slacks, with white, red, black or gray turtleneck sweaters or golf shirts.  Teams may wish to vary from this and older teams may wish to encourage the wearing of shirts and ties.

27.TEAM CONTACT WITH EXECUTIVE

Coach and Manager contact with the Executive or President shall normally be through the Director, Hockey Operations. (This does not apply to the reporting of suspensions).  Where a conflict of interest arises, the President shall designate the contact person.

28.CORRESPONDENCE

All correspondence purporting to represent the views and/or interest of GRMHC must be approved by the President prior to dispatch. In the case of a game protest, or appeal of a suspension, the DHO must be advised of circumstances and content of, prior to submission.

29. TEAM PHOTOGRAPHS

The Club will arrange for Team photographs to be taken at a specific time, date and location.  All Teams are expected to be present and must alter commitments to comply with the above.

The cost of Team pictures will be covered by the GRMHC.

30. TOURNAMENTS

Minor hockey tournaments offer an enjoyable opportunity for players at all levels to demonstrate their hockey skills competitively in an environment that encourages fair play, and above all, fun.  The Club encourages all teams to participate in and support tournaments at home, within and outside the Branch.  Guidelines are as follows and should be strictly adhered to, with any exceptions

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