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Season Restart - Updated COVID Guidelines

By Susie MacMillan, 01/04/21, 11:00AM CST


We are restarting January 10. We have made modifications to our program to keep our athletes as safe as possible.


We are all very excited to get back on the ice!  The next 2 Sundays (the 10th and 17th) we will be able to practice again.  Please remember to complete the COVID Weekly Pre-Event Check-In on the Saturday before each practice to make your entry into the rink easier for all.

Remember to stay home if you have any symptoms!!!  We don't want to have to cancel any additional ice hours due to potential virus spread.

Link to the Pre-Event Check-In Page

Updated COVID-19 Requirements 

Detailed information on the updated COVID-19 Requirements can be found on our MSH COVID 19 PAGE. Please refer to this page for questions and more information.


Players, coaches and volunteers must wear masks at ALL times, both OFF and ON the ice.
  • Regular facemasks can be worn. They must cover the nose and mouth at all times.
  • We do not encourage this, but if a player has a medical reason to not wear a mask, they must have a note from a doctor explaining why this is the case.  Please contact Jane at if you have a note.
  • One mask is approved that attaches to the helmet facemask.  It is the CCM Game On Facemask.  They can be found at

  • Strauss Skates
  • PureHockey  
  • Dick's 


  • Everyone must wear a mask to enter.
  • Entrance is allowed 10 minutes before the ice time, do not attempt to enter early.
  • Each player is allowed to have ONE parent/guardian in attendance.
  • Players must come fully dressed, carrying their skates and helmets.
  • No bags of any kind are allowed.
  • Goalies should arrive at least halfway dressed.  They may bring a bag.
  • NO locker rooms should be used.
  • Everyone should maintain 6 feet distance while in the arena.
  • Exit the arena as soon as possible.



We expect that Minnesota Hockey will allow games to start after our 2 upcoming practice weekends.  MN Special Hockey is working on a schedule that creates a safe environment for our players and volunteers. 


We will NOT have multiple team jamborees, teams will see a minimal number of other teams and we plan on extending the season with the last day of events on March 7th.

The team calendars will be updated when all this ice and schedule are finalized.  Please be patient as this is a lot of work!


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