About Us

The Kensington and Area, North River, North Star, and South Side Minor Hockey Associations have amalgamated to create the Matrix for Male AAA hockey only. The Matrix governing body is made up of representatives from each association and operates as a separate and distinct entity, with its own policies and rules.

Mid-Isle Matrix Male AAA Hockey

AAA is the highest level for Rep Hockey in PEI and is found in the Under-11, Under-13, Under-15, and Under-18 divisions. Players who make this team usually practice a minimum of once a week with a home and away game. They often purchase extra ice time for extra practices. Players who make these teams are required to be there for all games and practices. Depending on the Division they are in, players can be expected to play in 3 or more Island tournaments and 1 or more off-Island.

Parents will be required to help fund-raise, sell 50/50 tickets, and volunteer as needed. These teams pay rep fees to the Matrix Association along with team fees to the league. The Matrix AAA can affiliate with up to 19 players from all four Associations. Players who make the Matrix for one season can go back to their home association in the next season - no release is needed.

Mid-Isle Matrix Code Of Conduct

Mid-Isle Matrix dedicates itself to the advancement of minor hockey for all individuals by ensuring meaningful opportunities and enjoyable experiences in a safe sportsmanlike environment.

Mid-Isle Matrix has adopted a "Code of Conduct" that all team officials, players, and parents/guardians are expected to follow. The purpose of this "Code of Conduct" is to maintain a fun, pleasurable experience for all who attend any function related to Mid-Isle Matrix. A violation of the “Code of Conduct” may lead to disciplinary action against the team official, player, or parent/guardian; thus it is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the Mid-Isle Matrix Constitution & Bylaws.

The Mid-Isle Matrix "Code Of Conduct" Places An Emphasis On Respect

  • Respect the game;
  • Respect the rules;
  • Respect the opponents;
  • Respect the coaches, officials, parents, executives, players, arena staff, volunteers, and their decisions;
  • Respect the facility, and
  • Maintain self-control at all times.

The Following Are Guidelines That Are Expected To Be Followed

Player Code Of Conduct

As a player, I will:

  • Respect and adhere to the ideals, policies, and rules determined by Hockey Canada, Hockey P.E.I., Mid-Isle Matrix, and my team.
  • Respect the rules of the game, opponents, officials, and their decisions.
  • Maintain self-control at all times.
  • Attend as many games and practices as reasonably possible.
  • Be present before games and practices in a timely manner.
  • Notify the coach/manager ahead of time if I will be absent.
  • Respect the facilities, either home or away, in which I’m privileged to play.
  • Exhibit a high degree of sportsmanship, teamwork, and positive attitude at all times when representing my team and the Association.
  • Refrain from using foul language towards teammates, coaches, officials, or opponents.
  • Show respect for the decisions, judgment, and authority of the officials and timekeepers.
  • Show respect for the feelings and abilities of the players on the other team.
  • Accept the capabilities of other players.
  • Accept defeat gracefully... love the game above the prize.

Parent Code Of Conduct

As a parent, I will:

  • Support my child with positive encouragement.
  • Respect and adhere to the ideals, policies, and rules determined by Hockey Canada, Hockey P.E.I., Mid-Isle Matrix, and my child’s team.
  • Maintain self-control at all times.
  • Encourage my child to attend as many games and practices as reasonably possible in a timely manner.
  • Notify the coach/manager ahead of time of absences.
  • Respect the facilities, either home or away, in which my child is privileged to play.
  • Show respect for the decisions, judgment, and authority of the officials and timekeepers.
  • Show respect for the feelings and accept the capabilities of my child, my child’s teammates, and players on the other team.
  • Exhibit a high degree of sportsmanship, teamwork, and positive attitude at all times when representing my child and the Association.
  • Avoid confusing my child by coaching from the stands.
  • Gain an understanding of the Mid-Isle Matrix 24 hour rule to deal with team complaints and adhere to it.
  • Refrain from expressing my opinion of the coaches or players in front of my own child.
  • Refrain from using foul language towards other parents, coaches, officials, or opponents.
  • Refrain from yelling at or threatening referees, opposing players, or coaches before, during, or after games or practices.
  • Refrain from demonstrating frustration or anger after a loss or poor performance.
  • Not physically abuse any other person.
  • Refrain from approaching the bench during a game situation unless summoned by a coach.
  • Accept defeat gracefully... Love the game above the prize.

Mid-Isle Matrix Constitution

Mid-Isle Matrix Constitution Amended July 24 2019.pdf