Scorekeeper Forms and Samples The instructions and forms below are posted for the convenience of our KVHA volunteer scorekeepers. We welcome any comments regarding these instructions and forms, and hope that users will help us perfect them for the benefit of our members.
KVHA Score Sheet Instructions This 5-page document was prepared in-house to help educate our KVHA volunteers who take on the responsibility of keeping score during our KVHA games. The instructions do not include all the possible scenarios or situations that occur during a game, but they do cover the basics.
Blank Game Worksheet and Shots & Saves Worksheet These worksheets were modified from the originals used by the WHL Seattle Thunderbirds. Utilizing a worksheet during a game can greatly reduce the stress of scorekeeping for any scorekeeper, novice or veteran. KVHA highly recommends that scorekeepers utilize these sheets to help improve the accuracy and readability of score sheet entries.
Sample PNAHA Score Sheet (coded with a sample game) This is a standard PNAHA score sheet coded with a sample game. This sample score sheet provides an excellent example of how we hope all scorekeepers will code their score sheets. Again, this particular score sheet does not include all the possible scenarios one might experience during a game, but it does cover the basics. The coding on this sample matches the coding on the sample worksheets below.
Anyone wishing to learn more about hockey rules, off-ice officiating and scorekeeping can visit the USA Hockey web site. Click here to learn what is available in this regard from USA Hockey.
Sample Game Worksheet and Shots & Saves Worksheet (coded with a sample game) This is a Game Worksheet and a corresponding Shots & Saves Worksheet coded with a sample game. The coding on these worksheets were entered on the sample score sheet above.
KVIC Game Clock Instruction Manual This is a printable copy of the manufacturer's instructions for running the Kent Valley Ice Centre Game Clock. You are welcome to print your own personal copy of the manual. You are encouraged to sit down at the scoring keyboard during your child's hockey practice and practice your scoreboard skills. Be the first on your team to master the time clock.
Financial Aid / Scholarship Application Form Financial Aid is for Program (Ice) Fees only
KVHA has fundraising opportunities for all players to help support their hockey. A player can fund all or most of his fees at KVHA through our fundraising programs throughout the season. All recipients of financial aid are required to participate in fundraising programs.
Please click upon the PDF icon on the right for a Financial Aid/Scholarship Application form and related instructions.
Kent Valley Hockey Association Financial Report IRS Form 990 (Fiscal Year = April 1 - March 31)
About IRS Form 990
KVHA Management has always encouraged members with questions about the financial operations of the organization to come in and sit down with KVHA’s accountant and go over the annual IRS Form 990 financial report. As a 501(c)3 charity, KVHA is required by the IRS to file an annual Form 990. These annual reports are available to the public on-line from a variety of sources. The five most recent Form 990s are provided here for your convenience.
The Form 990’s are complex. The most current KVHA Form 990 filing for 2013/2014 (April 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014) is 26 pages and may require interpretation by our accountant. Anyone having questions regarding the Form 990’s or the financial operation of KVHA is encouraged to contact Les Grauer or Dawn Rutherford at Kent Valley Ice Centre. (253)-850-2400
Kent Valley Hockey Association (referred to as the “Corporation”), is a Washington non-stock corporation organized for charitable (not for profit) and education purposes within the meaning of the Internal Revenue Code. The Corporation is governed by these Bylaws and it’s Articles of Incorporation.
The mission of KVHA (the Corporation) is to teach the youth of the community the sport of ice hockey, developing team play and individual skills through clinics and team competition. By emphasizing sportsmanship, cooperation, fun, self discipline, self confidence and respect for others. KVHA (the Corporation) also will strive for the highest level of customer service to the membership to maintain and insure growth of hockey in the Kent area. Upon a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Board of Directors (referred to as “the Board’), KVHA’s (the Corporation’s), mission statement may be revised from time to time.
Players will be organized into three (3) divisions: Beginner, Recreational, and Travel (rep.). Players will play at the level that corresponds with their skill and age group: Mite, Squirt, PeeWee, Bantam, and Midget. In all divisions and levels, Directors, Coaches, all volunteers, on and off ice officials and participating families will be expected to emphasize KVHA’s (the Corporation’s) mission statement as it affects the individual players. All Programs will be administered without regard to race, religion, sex or national origin.