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NEED TO READ - What hockey looks like with BRDMHA During the Red Stage.
Submitted By Webmaster on Saturday, November 28, 2020
As the Windsor Essex area turns to the COVID-Red Status.  Effective Monday November 30th our programming will be changing to suit these new restrictions. 


Belle River Minor Hockey and the Management of the Atlas Tube Centre have been working to provide the best hockey experience for our players and families during these "Different times".  Unfortunately with these new restrictions some thing will have to change so please be patient with us as we work through these new restrictions. 

One thing you will notice right away is that game play has been suspended and subsequently all games have been cancelled from your schedules.  Secondly the typical practice structures will be changed and limited to 10 people on the ice including coaches and players.   Coaches have been instructed to divide their team up to meet this restriction.  Please pay attention to you team calendars as they are being updated over the next few days.  

What our families will expect when they come the arena starting on Monday

 

Atlas Tube Centre Ice Protocols

 

  1. ALL GAME PLAY IS SUSPENDED.
  2. MAXIMUM of 10 persons on the ice at one time. (9 participants, 1 on ice coach), (10 Junior Hockey level players)
    1. We ask teams to have 1 off ice coach/trainer/emergency assistant to maintain 2 deep coaching protocol and to assist our staff with daily access protocols.
  3. MAXIMUM of 5 persons in our locker room storage access rooms. (Two provided to each booking to allow 10 persons)
  4. Participants MUST ARRIVE DRESSED. (Skates and helmets can be put on in the locker room storage access rooms.)
    1. NO EXCEPTIONS
  5. Participants MUST LEAVE DRESSED. (Skates and helmets can be removed in the locker room storage access rooms.)
    1. NO EXCEPTIONS
  6. Participants MUST wait in locker room until the ice resurfacing is complete.
  7. Masks must be worn at all times when not on the ice. 
  8. Participants must complete the daily check in online: https://forms.lakeshore.ca/Covid/Lakeshore-Recreation-Screening-Tool-and-Waiver
  9. Participants will be given access to the building 15 minutes prior to ice time event, and must check in at the reception desk.
  10. Parents will NOT be given access to the building at this time.  We are working on this for younger groups.

Please continue to fill out the ATC waiver and the OHF Health Questionnaire from our the links on at the top of our website

*Please bear with us this time, as we have much work to do TOGETHER.  PATIENCE and UNDERSTANDING will be our biggest ally.* - Frank Jeney Manager of Recreation.

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