Just wondering... To what extent do parents sit in the stands at your rink as opposed to in the lobby or some other viewing/non-viewing area? Does your rink have rules regarding contact with skaters on the ice by parents? Coaching from the stands or ever the hockey boxes? Are rules enforced or just suggestions? Does the number of parents sitting in the stands change over time--more for younger kids, less for older skaters, etc.? If your rink doesn't have rules or suggested etiquette, do you think there could be rules that would benefit the rink atmosphere both on and off the ice? Do you have any opinion on parent viewers and when or whether they are a positive or negative influence on skaters, or "it depends" or "not my circus, not my monkeys"?