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Equipment Guide      New Player Info     FUN 2 Skills Chart

FUNdamentals 2 is for children who are learning to lengthen their stride, ready to learn more rules of ringette, and have developed some basic skills, this group plays Mini Ringette.

Children's Ringette is an initiative to provide age and stage appropriate physical activity experiences for young ringette players under the age of 10.

FUNdamentals is focused on creating opportunities that focus on:

  • age & stage appropriate activities
  • focus on fun and play
  • grouping children based on skill & readiness
  • maximum participation & engagement
  • opportunities to practice learned skills

There are two divisions, FUNdamentals 1 & 2. FUNdamentals 1 plays cross-ice and FUNdamentals 2 plays Mini Ringette. Both divisions use small sized nets and play adapted games of 3 on 3 and 4 on 4. Smaller spaces ensure more touches, interactions, shots on net and passes. Teams are split into smaller squads to ensure the majority of players are participating at a time. Associations can hold two to three cross-ice games at a time on a single sheet of ice and up to two mini ringette games.

Associations are able to move participants between the two FUNdamentals divisions as well as U10 to find the best fit for each participant.

Player Registration

  • Age - under 10 years old

Skill Level

  • learning to lengthen the stride, ready to learn more rules of ringette, and developed some basic skills
  • Please refer to this skills chart  Fun2 Skills for additional info

Team Formation

  • Team Size (all participants registered in an association at an age division)
  • no maximum Squad Size (group of participants put together for game play)- 10-12

Competition Format

  • Inter-Club Games (games within an association) - even squads are made of participants at ice time, game and practice ice can happen during the same ice time
  • Intra-Club Games (games played outside of the association) - travel is minimized for this age (games scheduled between neighboring associations), may be scheduled league games, or exhibition play arranged between associations

Ice Allocation

  • groups will be allocated 60 minutes of ice for a practice session or game

Game Set-Up Format

  • Mini Ringette - nets placed behind goal crease and blue line, small nets, standard ring
  • Lines - the passing line or blue line and crease is hand drawn by the coach
  • Violations - violations will be enforced if safety is a factor
  • Coaches - should be on the ice with 1 -2 coaches supporting each game being played at the same time.


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