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    Job Openings - Game Day Staff

    The GTIHL is looking to expand its game day operations personnel for the 2019 inline hockey season. We are looking to fill the following positions:

    Rink Managers, Score Keepers, Concessions and Hockey Officials.

    Please visit for information regarding each job opening.

    We need your help!! APPLY TODAY!!!

    Heat Index Procedure 

    White Zone - Heat index of 65-80 degrees

    - No special measures will be taken.

    Yellow Zone - Heat index of 81-89 degrees

    - Players are encouraged to take extra steps to stay hydrated. No special measures will be taken.

    Orange Zone - Heat index of 90-95 degrees

    - The league will implement the following at games: water coolers will be available at each field complex for players/parents/fans; goalies will be allowed to take time outs when needed at no cost to cool down.

    Red Zone - Heat index of 96 to 104 degrees

    - The league will implement the following for games: all measures taken in the Orange Zone; the length of games will be modified: Games will be reduced by 6 minutes, 2 minute reduction for each period.

    Black Zone - Heat index above 104

    - The league will cancel all games until the heat index returns to 104 or below. When games are canceled due to an excessive heat index, all remaining games will be canceled until 5:45 P.M. If temperatures are still unsafe at 5:25 P.M., then the 5:45 P.M. game will be canceled as well and each game thereafter will be evaluated until the temperature drops below 104.


    • Team managers will be contacted about any weather cancellations.
    • Weather cancellations will be posted on Facebook and Twitter for individual player’s purposes.
    If a game cannot start 20 minutes prior to the scheduled start time, then that game will be cancelled. (E.g.- If it rained overnight and a game is scheduled at 10:05 A.M. then the surface must be playable by 9:45 A.M. or the game will be cancelled).
    • If a weather delay occurs during a current game, then that game will be delayed for a maximum of 20 minutes.
    - If the game cannot continue after 20 minutes, that game shall be postponed to another date.
    - The scoreboard locks immediately upon the drop of the initial faceoff.
    - The team roster locks after the conclusion of one complete period.
    - A team may add a player that was not present by taking one minor penalty for each player added.
    - If agreed upon by both team managers, players that were not present may participate at no penalty cost.
    - The team may use their back-up goalie or a substitute goalie in a situation where their main goalie cannot play.
    • Games that are cancelled due to inclement weather will be made up at the rinks next availability. Due to rink scheduling, make-up games have the possibility of being scheduled on a weeknight. Schedule requests will not be guaranteed.
    • Regular season matchups may be altered as a result of rained out games.

    Important GTIHL Info - 2019 Spring Season Update 3-22-19

    Spring Season Updates:

    1. Team Manager Meeting

    The Team Manager Meeting scheduled on March 23rd at 3pm will be held at the Washington Branch Library, 5560 Harvest Lane, Toledo, Ohio 43623. We will be in meeting rooms A & B.

    This meeting will be a way to discuss the 2019 upgrades that are being implemented in the GTIHL along with discussing a normal agenda of topics that are important for the year. Team Managers must attend or send a team delegate and Players, Coaches and fans are welcome to attend as well.


    We will have a Q&A session at the end of the meeting to address any questions or concerns.


    2. Job Openings - Game Day Staff

    The GTIHL is looking to expand its game day operations personnel for the 2019 inline hockey season!!

    We are looking to fill the following positions:

    Rink Managers, Score Keepers, Concessions and Hockey Officials.

    Please visit for information regarding each job opening.

    We need your help!! APPLY TODAY!!!


    3. Novice Updates

    Why make a Novice division?
    ➢    It creates division where brand new players with no organized hockey experience and players that have low skill have a place to work on their fundamentals without being at a competitive disadvantage.
    ➢    The goal was to provide a nurturing division for these players; because of this, playoffs were deemed unnecessary and removed for Novice.
    ➢    As the player gets better and becomes more comfortable, the idea is for them to want to move up.
    ➢    Provides a choice to Novice players of starting in the Novice division that has players of similar skill/experience or jump into a higher division. Previous seasons forced them to play in bronze against silver players as the lowest option.
    ➢    Most players that never played organized hockey before do not know how to get started. Having a designated division for them makes it easier for the league to assist them in that aspect.


    What are the differences vs. the other divisions?
    ➢    The fee of Novice is cheapest of all other divisions ($600 total for team)
    ➢    There are no jersey rules applied. Teams can use jerseys if they wish, however, it will not be enforced.
    ➢    There are no playoffs. Ten game regular season remains.
    ➢    One referee
    ➢    All other league details are the same


    How do I play as a Novice player?
    ➢    You can join a Novice team
    ➢    You can create a Novice team ($200 Deposit Due March 31st. Full $600 Deposit Due April 7th)
    ➢    You can register as a free agent and if no team picks you up, you will be assigned to a league created team.


    If you have any further questions, concerns, or need assistance… please email


    **Registration is OPEN!! 2019 Spring Season Information below**

    Please read this entire message so that Teams, Team Managers, Players and Coaches are all aware of everything that will be going on over the next few weeks as we look to kick off the 2019 season!

    The Spring 2019 Player rankings have been added to the GTIHL website ( We have also added the 2019 GTIHL Division & Ranking Updates document, which will explain more about the updates that will start this Spring season.

    Please remember that in 2019 your player power rank or new player rank is also the lowest division that you are eligible to play in. Please review the rankings to make sure that you are still eligible for the division that you are interested in. In the event that you need to find a new team or are looking to join a new team you can fill out a free agent registration.

    The team roster and other league forms have been updated to reflect the 2019 changes so any entry forms that are submitted using an old form will be rejected. *Please make sure that you are using the correct registration forms*

    Team and Player registration is now open. Team's must be registered with their deposit paid by March 31, 2019 at 11:59pm. Once a team has been added to the website then players may register for that team. Final Team payments and ALL players need to be registered by the deadline of April 7, 2019 at 11:59pm.

    The GTIHL Board is having their next Board meeting on Monday, March 18, 2019 at 7pm with the location still to be determined as we are looking for a central location to accommodate this meeting. We will send an update once a location has been determined for anyone that wants to attend.

    Additionally, we have set up a Team Manager meeting to discuss the 2019 changes in person for ANYONE that is interested. Team Managers will need to attend or send a delegate to represent their team. The date for this meeting will be March 23nd at 3pm. We will send an additional update as to the location of this meeting as well.

    In the meantime if you have any additional questions please send them to

    Thank you again for your patience as we continue to make the GTIHL a fun & inviting place for everyone to learn and play the amazing game of inline hockey!!

    GTIHL Board
    Justin, John, Brad, JP, Amanda, AJ, Jason and Don

    Congratulations to the Summer 2018 Champions

    Gold - WMD

    Silver - Whalers

    Bronze - Sauceboss


    Congratulations to the Spring 2018 Champions

    Gold - Toledo Outlaws

    Silver - Chupacabras

    Bronze - Tuna

    Urgent Incident Update

    To all GTIHL players, coaches, referees, contractors, and fans,

    We’d like to take a moment to publicly address an incident which occurred this past weekend. First, the safety of our players, fans, referees, and contractors will always take the utmost precedence in determining the corrective action for those involved. While we cannot divulge the specifics, the Board has elected to issue very severe suspensions to the individuals engaging in the abusive, reckless and dangerous behaviors. While some may consider these punishments as harsh, they are fair considering the past patterns of the individuals involved.

    The majority of our members play and act responsibly and we greatly appreciate those that behave appropriately in a fun and competitive atmosphere. We are disappointed when individuals go beyond the scope of competitive play and choose to put other individuals at risk of injury. Profane and abusive language towards referees or rink staff certainly will not be tolerated either. Disrespect towards officials and rink staff is something that the Board takes quite seriously. We hope this sends a clear and direct message to all league members that they must behave appropriately or risk similar consequences. This league is a privilege and not a right!

    The amount of “behind the scenes” effort that goes into running a league as large as this can be taxing for those that dedicate their hours and their life to this organization. Incidents like these only add to the frustration of those who wish for the GTIHL to flourish. Ultimately the behavior of the members will decide the fate of the GTIHL as we are committed to ensure this league continues to the best of the Board members’ abilities. It is the intent and hope of this letter to serve as a wake up call to the players, coaches and fans of the GTIHL. The negative behaviors that have been exhibited, the foul language that has been used, and the abusive behavior and talking back to GTIHL referees and rink staff highlighted above are no longer acceptable and will not be tolerated going forward.
    We wish every team the best of luck as we conclude the Summer 2018 season and look to enjoy the GTIHL as it was originally intended.


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