Returning to Red Zone Programming - February 22nd, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Returning to Red Zone Programming - February 22nd
Submitted By Matthew Broga on Tuesday, February 16, 2021
HMHA will be returning to the ice February 22nd, continuing the COVID Red Zone programming.

The goal is to finish the season at the end of March aligning with the City of Cambridge's plan for arena operation.

Again, we thank everyone for their patience and understanding this season. We hope that the final 6 weeks can be enjoyable for everyone.



COVID Red Zone Programming
  • 10 players maximum allowed on the ice, including the bench area.

  • Minimum 1 coach and 1 trainer on the ice.

  • 1 parent/guardian per player in the designated spectator area.

  • 1 ice session (50 minutes) per week per team

  • On ice programming will be focused on individual skill development and will accommodate physical distancing.

        a) no games or scrimmages

        b) no scrums within a drill

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