Dressing Room Stalls

The stall coordinator is Michael Cebryk. (click to email)

Stall Reminders

For everyone:

Numerous stalls are allocated by me every session and stalls are constantly changing. Most of you are in the same stall but others are on the move. I use the Stall Allocation Protocol to determine which stalls players use.

Please remember to clean your stall as per League Protocol, found here: Cleaning the stalls. Everyone should clean their stalls regularly.

Please LEAVE THE NAME PLATES, DO NOT MOVE THEM. This is how I know I am getting the correct player in the correct stall and I have the name plates of the players not playing. Name plates will be changed by me as needed.

 The stall is for your use when you are a FULL TIME PLAYER in any session.
If you are not a full time player you are asked to empty your stall, clean it and it will be assigned to a player on the stall waiting list who is playing full time.

We all have a job to do to protect our dressing room and keep it clean and tidy. Plus keep costs down by assuring we all do our part:

  • Be sure and check the door to make sure it’s locked if you are the last person to leave
  • Shut the shower off after use. Surely the guy next in line can turn it on.
  • Garbage bags are in the drawer-take the garbage out
  • Empty cans go in the storage room-bags are in the drawers
  • Crush your cans- storage space is limited
  • Take off the tabs–can is still worth 10 Cents without the tab. Believe it or not; tabs create $$ for charities and can buy wheel chairs.
  • There is a can for tabs on the counter in the main room and another by the fridge in the addition.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Expansion Stalls May 2024

Cecil Dust232Mike Gawley249
Rod Meier265Neil Ketilson266
Bill Dean207Dale Hoffman217
Dave Riggs203Dave Westgard208
Wes MacPherson229Jim Johnston226
Wayne Kowalski230Bob Paisley213
Dave Spencer211Al Lingel268
Terry Hymers200Scott Yausie294
Chuck Hainsworth233Al Hoffmann287
Rick Holtom273Doug Davis212
Gary Crawford227Glen Willick274
Jim Wassermann282Perry Polishchuk242
Robby Chan245Reid Corbett270
Martin Erlandson201Pat McAdam228
Rod Massett235Neil MacIntyre279
Russ Hynes262Paul Tremblay225
Bill Orban244Reg Patterson284
Ken Sutherland243Les Mills264
Stan Johnson280Bill Turnbull278
Allan Henry209Lloyd Streifel291
Noel Craddock210Jim Rolston254
Mike Brannen231Dwight Makaroff241
Don Griffith206Don Lewendon240
Trent Koehler238Don Cruse248
Garry Prediger239Brian Harmsworth285
Kelly Powell256Hugh Kurz252
Ken Dixon216Dwayne Spratt259
Marvin Mountney267Scott Elliott247
Phil MacIntyre246Robert Knuttila257
Clarence Norton260Bryan Busby269
Morley Norton289Grant Miller293
Mike Baribeau261John Brand271
Dennis Frey219Ed Pieczonka281
Ken Ramler223Jim Merriam292
Kevin Carswell288Dale Parker277
Drew Britz290Terry Lay251
Eldon MacKay220Ian Whyte253
Murray Gronsdal205Sam Guspodarchuk255
Dale Babuik236Gary Entwistle263
Daryl Jorgenson222Wayne Bell272
Gerry Bonsal214Kelly Kehoe250
John Dyck221Lester Cey286
Don Johannesson218Kirk Love295

Master Stall Seating Plan

Waiting List May 2024

John Dishko
Garth Kerpan
Brian Renwick
Daryl Haeusler
Alan York
Rick Schryer
Terry Redpath
Ross Johnson
Bob Habetler
Ian Buchan
Garry Pozniak
Rod Churchman
Carl Thoma
Rick Mortensen
Garry Holmes
Terry Joyes
Carl Lehmann
Blair Cummins
Jeff Jones
Bill Dyck
Peter Freimanis
Garth Dignean
Larry Grozell
Jim Clarke
Kieren Kilduff
Mick Hobman
Brad MacIntosh
Mike Lucas
Todd Peterson
Greg Zdunich
Terry Novakovski
Garth Hackl
Brad Thorimbert
Al Labine
Larry Friesen
Murray Weinkauf

Cleaning the Stalls

You clean your vehicle because you see the dirt.

The difference with the stall is you do not see the dirt (bacteria and other nasty stuff) however you might smell it.

If your equipment or towels or your stall has a smell it isn’t sweat, it’s the excrement of the bacteria and its friends.

So this is how you get rid of the bacteria and friends from your stall:

Step 1. Get the red pail from under the counter. The pail should have disposable

gloves, scrub pads, and a large sponge.

Step 2. Get a Bioesque hand sprayer. Have enough Bioesque in the bottle to be able to spray a layer of Bioesque on all stall surfaces.

Step 3. Empty your stall of all your hockey equipment and accessories.

Step 4. Spray Bioesque on all stall surfaces then use the scrub pads to scrub down those nasty surfaces. 

Step 5. Use the large sponge and water to rinse the stall surfaces.

The Scrubbing breaks down the buildup of those nasty bacteria and a film that protects them called biofilm.

Now you should have a more pleasant-smelling stall.

For your equipment, socks, jock etc. we have the cleaning Machine in the Shroh office (you can clean your equipment while you clean your stall). Ask anyone in the office how it works, simple and easy process.

You might end up smelling like a rose and skating faster because of the reduced weight of your equipment.

Stay Healthy.

Stall Allocation Protocol:

September 01, 2023

  1. To maintain a permanent stall, a player must play at least THREE Monthly Sessions a season (September to April).
  2. If a player with a permanent stall is not playing full time in a session he will be required to give up his stall to a full-time player.
  3. A player with a permanent stall who is on sick/injury or business leave.  Must keep the Stall Coordinator informed of his status at the beginning of the 60+ Season (September). His stall will be held for 2 Seasons (September to April).
  4. A player on the Stall Waiting List:
  • who is not playing in the current season
  • Can maintain his position on the Stall Waiting List by paying his annual membership fee, payable in September.
  • If his membership is not up to date he will be removed from the list.
  1. Goalies receive priority for permanent stalls.
  2. Hockey bags are not to be left overnight in the dressing room.
  3. Any player not playing in a session must empty and clean his stall, according to Stall Cleaning Protocols.
  4. A player cannot take an open stall, nor can a player with a permanent stall give his stall to another player without contacting the Stall Coordinator.

To be placed on the Stall Waiting List or with any questions or concerns you may have.

Contact me at: mcebryk@sasktel.net 

Thank You for your cooperation