Return to Play 2020/2021 (Northumberland Minor Hockey)

PrintReturn to Play 2020/2021
Throughout the 2020/2021 season you will be able to find all of the NMHA documents that relate to our Return to Hockey.

As the situation evolves and we move throughout the stages, these documents will be updated regularly. We will advise team officials when updates are made and in turn they will communicate with their team.

This upcoming season will be very different than our general expectations regarding hockey.

It is very important that parents, players and volunteers understand how they play a critical role in the safe return to activities.

Before this season begins, please be sure to adjust your expectations for this seasons and embrace that our focus will be on skill development, fun and safety.  Abiding by all of the rules set out by Hockey Canada, the OMHA, the NMHA and our local facilities will help to ensure that our players safety is paramount.


Health Questions Link

Contact Screening Link

OMHA Covid 19 Return to Hockey

CCC Covid 19 Re-Opening Plan
Register to be a Spectator at the CCC

Jack Burger Covid 19 Link
Jack Burger Procedures

  • Coach arrives early to meet all his players outside at the blue lines on the sidewalk (maintain an open area to the entrance doors as there will be swimming participants coming into the building as well and they will need a clear path with distancing to enter)
  • Coach will ask Covid questions before entry and record on the Contact Screening Sheet.  *This list is to be kept by the association not turned in to the Municipal staff.
  • Parents can attend as spectators but will only be allowed in to the facility at the time their child's ice time starts and must exit out the north east door as soon as the players have cleared the ice and gone to the dressing rooms.  Spectators names and phone numbers will be taken by arena and/or customer service staff and this list will be kept for at least 30 days by Municipal staff
  • Teams are to enter the facility with their coach together and proceed to the designated dressing rooms (9 players per room) any overflow will have to use room 5.  They are to stay in the rooms until their ice time (ie 5pm, not early)
  • The dressing room hall is a one way traffic flow - when they go to the ice they go down the hall to where the score clock is go on the ice there and when they leave the ice they come off between the stands and go back to their rooms
  • The team will remain in the room until the next team is on the ice to avoid any crossover in the hall - they will proceed down the hall again to where the scoreclock is and along the end of the ice pad to the north east door (back of the building) and walk along the back of the building to the parking lot - there are cement barriers up so no traffic can drive back there for the participants/spectators safety

  • NMHA Covid Contacts:

    President: Michelle Brown
    VP of Rep Hockey: Bob Harper
    VP of House League: Jodi Metcalfe
    Communications- Covid-19 Representative: Jen Barlow
    Risk Management Officer: Jennifer Lean-Gadbois

    Printed from on Monday, January 25, 2021 at 10:07 PM