Shot clocks will be used in “B” divisions of all age groups, in addition to “AA”, “A” and Petite-Competitive divisions.
The Home team for all NCRRL, LERQ, LRQ, and exhibition games is responsible for providing off-ice officials (shot clock operator, timekeeper and scorekeeper) as well as a shot clock or controller.
The Home team Manager (or delegate) is responsible for coordinating the pickup and return of shot clock remotes (or portable shot clocks), including any hand-offs required to other teams also using the same shot clock that day.
Remotes kept at the arena are to be returned to the arena staff immediately following each block of games.
Shot Clocks for Nepean Arenas
The Sportsplex 1 and Sportsplex 2 rinks have shot clocks permanently installed and maintained by Nepean Ringette. The primary remotes for both rinks are kept in the office at the Sportsplex 2 rink. If the attendant is not familiar with them, ask them to look in the lower drawer under the computer. A set of emergency spare remotes is kept by Nick Sirenko.
Walter Baker B has shot clocks permanently installed and maintained by Nepean Ringette. The primary remote is now kept by the rink staff in the office beside the Zamboni garage for Rink B (at the end of the dressing room hallway on the left). An emergency spare remote is kept by Nick Sirenko.
Merivale arena has installed shot clocks of the same type as Sportsplex and Walter Baker. The remote is kept by the rink staff in the Zamboni garage.
Bell arena has installed shot clocks which are controlled by the scoreboard controller using a wired remote that plugs into the controller (clock). The remote is kept by the rink staff in the Zamboni garage.
The Bell Sensplex rinks have the same model shot clocks as Sportsplex and Walter Baker. The remotes are kept by the arena staff (rink crews).
The Tom Brown arena has the same model shot clocks as Sportsplex and Walter Baker. The remote is kept by the arena staff in the office in the Lobby.
Portable Shot Clock: Nepean Ringette has one portable shot clock set which may be used when the installed shot clocks at an arena are inoperable, or if playing a game at another facility. This unit is kept in the NRA equipment locker so advance notice is needed.
WBB Remotes – Primary: Rink Staff Office at Walter Baker
SPLX 1 and 2 Remotes – Primary: Rink Staff Office at Sportsplex 2
Currently in the NRA equipment locker.
Please check the ice schedule for teams needing the shot clock at the same arena as your game earlier or later in the day and coordinate a hand-off with their manager, if appropriate.
Shot Clock Operation
The following information is provided for shot clock operators.
Shot Clock Operation: Operating details of shot clocks at Nepean Arenas.
OES Shot Clock Instructions: Manufacturer’s instructions for shot clocks at Walter Baker and Sportsplex.