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Author Topic: News Rules Set and Penalty Whiteboard  (Read 7753 times)

Offline Samuel Bergus

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Re: News Rules Set and Penalty Whiteboard
« Reply #15 on: January 15, 2013, 08:39:42 pm »
Don't forget about home rules. For our home, intra-league games, we allow the teams to roster all 20 skaters. In fact, it is a home rule that each and every skater must skate at least four jams per game. This was done because we realized that the new skaters were the ones most likely to sell tickets to friends and family and then they might not even be rostered, or if rostered they might not skate. So I was thrilled to see a stats book set up for 20 skaters, and our whiteboard will reflect this as well.

That's a good reason, it also makes it easier to get the paperwork prepared ahead of time. I'm planning on just ask for the visiting team's team roster, fill out all of the paperwork using all 20 skaters, and just crossing off the six skater's the team won't be skating for the specific game. For sanctioned games, the team roster has to be set 30 days in advance, while the skating roster can change at any time up to the start of the bout.

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Re: News Rules Set and Penalty Whiteboard
« Reply #16 on: March 25, 2013, 05:04:48 am »
I just did our white board/chalkboard for our first home bout. It's a kid's whiteboard/chalkboard easel from IKEA (Mala, it was 15 bucks). Our set up is going to be both teams inside the track, due to space issues, so the board will be between them. One team gets chalkboard, one gets the whiteboard side. I used 1/2inch vinyl tape to grid it off, and the 6th penalty spot has an orange line, and the line before the 7th is red. I suppose we'll see how it works out. Worst case scenario it's not readable enough (21 and half inches by 22 inches), and we clamp larger boards to the easel.
Oh and one thing to look into is using dry erase crayons rather than markers. They take a little work to wipe off, so your board isn't detroyed by an inadvertent brush of the sleeve, and no worrying about running out of ink.

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Re: News Rules Set and Penalty Whiteboard
« Reply #17 on: March 29, 2013, 02:33:51 am »
Here's the IWB that we use.  The IWB op makes a small mark for penalty given and then fills in the square when the skater actually enters the PB. Spaces on top for TO and OR.

It works for us.

*sorry it's so big!

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Re: News Rules Set and Penalty Whiteboard
« Reply #18 on: March 31, 2013, 04:11:25 pm »
We had to move our Penalty Box (for safety issues) and while we're moving that from the straightaway to turn 4, we're rethinking our inside whiteboard. I'm going to set it up for our coming scrim to do one side with black (or dark) markers on a white background (standard whiteboard configuration) and then silver or neon markers on a black background. We'll see which one works better for our crew and adjust.

Has anyone had any experience using a blackboard or darker markerboard for IWB?
--SmackTavish

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