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Most of our kids have played for years, during which many of us have run the clock and kept score. Playing music during stops has become common practice in club hockey games, but not so much during High School games. The kids normally play their favorite playlists in the locker rooms when they're getting dressed and expect the same on the ice. Granted some rinks sound systems can be louder than others but that is easily controlled on the device itself or from the system it's being played. Do your players prefer music playing or silence between stops?
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Reply #1:
 November 04, 2021, 10:12:45 AM
the music sets the atmosphere and being able to hear the coaches whispering to the players is weird.
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Reply #2:
 November 04, 2021, 12:59:19 PM
Honestly, for DVHL games, the music gets old after like the 3rd stoppage in the first period, especially for games before noon. Nothing is worse than someone blasting music at 8am for squirt game with 20 people in the stands. I've run the clock for years for my son's team and I've never once played music. Every so often I've had another parent in there with me who will play something. What they don't get is that the music they are playing is not what the kids want to hear. I had a parent play "From Whom the Bells Toll" during warms ups. It is actually a great song for warm ups because it 5 minutes long and has this slow build up. After the game the kid told his dad never to play that again, rest of the team had no idea what it was and hated it.

Now for HS schools, I don't mind it as much. Games are usually at night and have a lot more people attending so it is more of a party atmosphere. And for the most part the person running the clock is a high school aged so they know what the players will want to hear. I just don't need it after every single stoppage.



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Reply #3:
 November 04, 2021, 01:31:14 PM
Gotta have music to drown out the crazy high school kids screaming :) :) :) :)
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Reply #4:
 November 05, 2021, 07:59:44 AM
I am playing music this year for u16 travel and except for Halloween the kids said they like my picks. I mix it between what the players want (as long as I can find a clean version) and what parents want to hear.

We have had kids on both teams dancing on the ice.

the scholastic league plays music for the kids and they don't seem as into it.  8)
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Reply #5:
 November 08, 2021, 11:01:21 AM
I play music for our 14U team.  I am always looking for new stuff to freshen up my play list.  what are the favorites from your teams?
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Reply #6:
 November 08, 2021, 12:35:58 PM
lil mosey - blueberry faygo
juice world - armed & dangerous
big sean - bounce back
lil yachty - flex up
kid cudi - day n nite
juice world - speed up
wiz khalifa - work hard, play hard
blackstreet - no diggity
open show (Techno mix) aleciti javier - good for in between periods
all have clean versions

plus the usual songs that parents prefer
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Reply #7:
 November 25, 2021, 10:07:54 AM
What kind of adaptor do you use between an iPhone/iPad when connecting to a rinks audio system?  I’m a newby to the scorekeepers box and parents are always asking me to play music and I have no idea how to connect to the system.
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Reply #8:
 Today at 10:47:52 AM
our rinks have blue tooth
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