Carmel Ice Skadium: Player Placement

 

Player Placement
 
USA Hockey believes that player’s playing history up to the point of him/her playing in your league. Factors such as age, highest level played, years played adult
recreational hockey can help you determine which level a player belongs without seeing him/her play. Below is a formula that USA Hockey recommends for purpose of gathering information from each player.
 
HIGHEST LEVEL PLAYED
(Note: If you are a level 1 player, skip to age)
1 pt. Professional (All levels anywhere in the world), NCAA Div. I or III College, Tier I Junior, Junior A
2 pts. Junior B, ACHA (Non-Varsity College), Midget AAA, Prep School, MN Varsity High School
5 pts. Junior C, Varsity High School, Competitive Midget
7 pts. Bantam, Pee Wee, Squirt, Some Youth
9 pts. Very Little Youth, Pond Hockey
11 pts. Did not play Youth Hockey, Began playing as an Adult
 
Highest Level = ______ points
 
PLAYER’S AGE
1 pt. 18-25 years old
2 pts. 26-30 years old
3 pts. 31-39 years old
4 pts. 40-49 years old
5 pts. 50-59 years old
6 pts. 60+ years old
 
Age Range = ______ points
 
YEARS OF ADULT RECREATIONAL HOCKEY EXPERIENCE
0 pts. 25+ years
1 pt. 15-24 years
2 pts. 10-14 years
3 pts. 6-9 years
4 pts. 0-5 years
 
Years of Rec. Experience = ______ points
 
TOTAL SCORE = ______ POINTS
 
RATINGS TABLE
2-10points Silver / Gold-level player
10-14 points Intermediate-level player
12-16 points Bronze-level player
16+ points Novice-level player