Practices Resume in the Red Zone, News (Beverly Minor Hockey)

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Practices Resume in the Red Zone
Submitted By Debbie Croft on Sun 02 21, 21
The City has confirmed that we are allowed to let one Guardian per player enter the arena and stay for the duration of the practice for our younger teams. This means that the U7 (IP), U9 (Novice) and U11 (Atom) will be allowed to have one guardian complete the screening and come into the arena with their player (no siblings allowed). You can then assist your player getting ready on the ice and then stay and assist after practice and exit the arena with your player. They are allowing absolutely no in and out privileges so you must stay for the whole practice. Masks must be worn at all times and guardians must stay socially distanced in the arena while watching the practice.

For the U13 PW, U15 Bantam and U18 Midget guardians are not allowed into the arena so please bring your player to the door and make sure they have their mask and that their screening is completed before going into the arena. After practice the U13 Pee Wee coaches will exit the arena with their whole team at the same time so you can meet your player at the doors. The U15 Bantam and U18 Midget Coaches will make sure they are the last to exit the arena to make sure everyone has gotten a ride home. 
 
Here are the main points to remember:
 
Market St Arena -  the entrance will be at the side door closest to the parking lot (not the main doors) 
Only U7,U9 and U11 divisions are allowed to have one guardian per player enter the arena and stay for the duration of the practice.
No siblings are allowed
All Guardians, players and coaches must complete our screening prior to their practice time
Masks must be worn by everyone, as soon as players and coaches take their helmets off after practice the masks must go back on
Players must come fully dressed except for gloves, skates and helmet, absolutley no dressing down after practice in the common area
In the Red Zone we can have a maximum of 10 players and 2 Coaches on the ice
Scrimmages are not allowed in this zone so we must go back to socially distanced drills
No sharing of water bottles, players must bring their own
 
Thank-you all for your cooperation so we can get the kids back on the ice again!
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