PARTICIPANT CODE OF CONDUCT
By accepting the invitation to attend one of USA Hockey's National Player Development Camps, players agree to best represent themselves and USA Hockey. As a result, all participants are expected to conduct themselves respectfully toward teammates, other participants, staff, and camp facilities. The policies included within USA Hockey’s SafeSport Program apply to players, coaches and staff conduct at the camp, including prohibitions on hazing, bullying, cyber-bullying, threats, harassment, and sexual, physical or emotional abuse or misconduct.
On and off-ice behavior will be observed by the staff at all times. Any action that, in the opinion of the Camp Director and/or National Office Staff, is deemed to be detrimental to the well-being of the program or its participants, will result in disciplinary action (including possible dismissal from the camp). USA Hockey will not tolerate the use and/or possession of alcohol, non-prescription drugs, prescription drugs except under a doctor’s care, weapons or tobacco products.
If a staff member becomes aware of any incident involving any of the above, he or she is required to report it to the National Office Staff and Camp Directors immediately. If a player is dismissed from camp as a result of a rule violation or behavioral issue, transportation home would be at the player's own expense and could affect the individual's eligibility for future USA Hockey Programs.