List has been around for years. Guy saved it and is just cutting and pasting. Have a sense of humor.
And if you didn't know a "rule" and "violate" it, do whatever you want, but the kids know the "rules" too and "violators" get a good amount of grief in the locker room.
So when your kid tells you he doesn't want his shirts in a Tuxedo Bag any more, listen to him.
I don't know what locker rooms you are in but I have never heard a comment in my kid's team locker room. And there are wheelies and shirts on hangers. and sometimes parents carry the bag (and yes sometimes I do). They give each other all sort of ****, but never about stuff that some parents on here feel so strongly about they have to compile a list.
What people say and what they think are two different things. You should know that by now if you've been in this for more than a couple of years.
First year PeeWee, and yes I learned a few things since Mite Minor. No doubt. But the theory and notion that my kid will turn into I-don't-know-what because I used to carry his bag occasionally though Squirts is just ridiculous.
I'll tell you what locker room I'm in: NONE!
My kid is a squirt. Not the strongest kid on the team. But I drop him off in front of the rink. He pops open the back of the vehicle. Grabs his bag and stick. Closes the trunk and heads to the locker room to get dressed and tie his skates. That isn't a huge accomplishment. It just is what it is. And that probably comes from the fact his Coach doesn't want Parentd in the locker room. i assure you, they can do it. And they will be fine
I hate to break it to you but you are as average as everyone else. We all do it and I didn't say otherwise. At that age it is a natural progression. I probably hovered too much at mite minor but I was new to that whole circus. So calm down and get off your soap box.
Love going the a Bruins game or a Hockey East game and seeing the toolbag kiddie coaches wearing their team gear.
Like, they will catch the coaches eye and nod to each other with mutual admiration!
Don't make a rules list. Shows you have way too much spare time, take this waaaaaay too seriously, and that you need to get a life outside of youth hockey. Probably reveals that you personally break 3/4 of the rules
...said the guy with the team jacket carrying his kid's stick bag into the rink...