It will take a team effort to #EndBullying. That’s why we created The Code.
The Code is a pledge that every hockey player, fan, coach, parent, official, volunteer or administrator can make to be a good digital citizen and a great teammate. By joining your teammates in signing The Code, you’re agreeing to treat others with respect online, at the rink and on the ice.
Being a good digital citizen is also about taking steps to manage your online reputation, security and privacy, and using technology responsibly, knowing that excessive use can be distracting. Read the tips in The Playbook to learn more.
“ It means to be honest hard working and respectful of my teammates and my coaches. ”
“ I'm not a player. I'm a coach. I coach my son's peewee LL team. I have a passion for coaching and ensuring that all my players treat each other with respect. That's what The Code means to me-respect.”
“ The Code means being a great teammate by setting an example of acceptable conduct and helping others do that same.”
“ Live by the Golden Rule!”
“ The Code is everything that hockey taught me, be a good person and teammate, lead by example, respect others and myself through my actions. ”
“ It means that we all love to play hockey, We all play at our level, no one should be bullied because someone thinks they are better ! I stood up for a player and now we are best friends !”
“ I am a parent of a young player who hopes this code will help with the education of parents, players, coaches and fans ”
“ To me the code means being a leader, a positive role model and kind. Treating people, teammates, communities and religions with respect and understanding.”
“ It’s the sense of worth or personal value that you attach to someone, do as you want done to you.”