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COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Preparedness Plan for NLYHA

The COVID Plan for NLYHA is posted below.

Below is a summary of key areas from the COVID-19 Preparedness Plan for Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association.  The information below pertains to us and our partner facilities (Breezy and Hallett).  Please review requirements at other facilities prior to using.

  • Each participant will be required to answer an online survey prior to each activity that will act as our Check-In Protocol.  To view the Check-In process, click on the Check-In Protocol Video link below.
    • Each link represents a different check-in survey for the different sessions for Falls Skills – 8U/Mite, 10U/Squirt, 12U/Peewee, Bantam/HS.
    • There is an accompanying document with the links shown in the video.
  • Arrive at each arena no more than 15 minutes prior to the scheduled ice time; use designated locker rooms only for the group you are in.
  • Masks are required as you navigate the lobby, hallway, locker rooms, and non-ice areas.
  • Come mostly dressed to minimize time in the locker room.
  • Bring filled water bottles; water fountains are not available.
  • Use the bathroom prior to arriving to minimize use of this area.
  • For practices, if your player is 11+, it's recommended you drop them off and pick them up.
  • For practices, if your player is 10 or below, it's recommended that one parent enter the arena to assist with any equipment needs.
  • Leave the arena immediately after the ice session by only removing helmets and skates.
  • It's recommended to clean equipment after each use.
  • For games, NLYHA spectators will follow the area guidelines as it pertains to capacity.

Check-In Protocol

Click on the video for instructions on how to check-in for your NLYHA activity - ice, dryland, game, etc.

Partner Facilities

NLYHA members, coaches, families and spectators are guests at the facilities we use for our events and activities.  

Below are links to the Breezy Point Sports Arena and Hallett Community Center and information specific to their facilities, which has been incorporated into our Preparedness Plan.

Government Agencies

Below are links to government agencies and the guidelines and requirements we follow.