You are registering for: Winter 2019 » Monday » Floor Hockey » Recreational
Remember your score on the 1-10 scale is a reflection of your skill level WITHIN the specific division you have signed up for.
Your Skill Level (1 is low, 10 is high) :
If you want to edit your skill rating after registration this can be accessed from Registration Status under the My Account tab when logged into your SSC account. Any skill ratings adjusted after midnight on Sunday, January 8th will not be taken into consideration when pooling leagues and creating indy rosters.
Example A - If you are new to a sport (i.e. have very little playing experience) or have decided to jump up a skill level which will be a welcome challenge you fall within the 1-3 range.
Example B - If you feel you’ll neither dominate the game nor be left behind during play you fall into the 4-6 range.
Example C - If you expect to finish in the top 3 to 4 teams in the league you fall into the 7-10 range.
Individual Registrations: Please use your best judgment to determine where you personally fall in the skill level. This information will be used when we form rosters so we can create balanced teams.
Team Registrations: Please use your best judgment to determine where your team collectively falls in the skill level. If you find 65% of your team is within a certain skill range this is likely the skill rating your team should be assigned.
KSSC strives to provide the best experience possible for all of its teams. Part of going above and beyond is ensuring evenly distributed leagues that are both fun and competitive. One way we accomplish this is by using the self-assessed skill rating tool. Other tools we use to determine which teams belong in the most appropriate tier are historical standings, present season results and on-site staff feedback.
KSSC may move teams up or down skill levels based on these assessment tools. We remind teams not every sport league will have multiple tiers as this is dependent upon total number of registrations.