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The most important of these responsibilities is to develop strength of character and positive values and behaviors. You owe it to yourself to get the greatest possible benefit from your hockey experience.


Another responsibility you assume as a Jr. Chief is to our organization. You assume a leadership role when you are on an a team. Because of this leadership role, you can make positive contributions to our organization and to the Spokane community. In addition, you are a role model for younger Jr. Chiefs. These athletes look up to you and dream of being as successful as we hope you to be. Be sure the example you set is a positive one.


As a Jr. Chief you also bear a heavy responsibility to your teammates. Jr. Chiefs live up to all of their commitments - every practice, every game, every day. A strong rapport amongst teammates is a vital factor in the ability to be successful. As such, a bad attitude or lack of respect directed at another Jr. Chief - in the locker room, on the bench, on the ice, etc., - will not be tolerated.

Respect for - and responsibility to - individual teammates is paramount to the success of the team.