Hockey in the Red Zone!, News (Ayr Rockets Girls Hockey)

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Hockey in the Red Zone!
Submitted By Tricia McEwan on Sunday, November 22, 2020
Beginning Monday, November 23rd, Waterloo Region enters the Red Zone of the Province's Keeping Ontario Safe and Open Framework. This will impact hockey significantly.
-games are cancelled, all ice times will be skills sessions only, no scrimmages
-10 person maximum are allowed inside the arena portion of the NDCC (8 players + 2 bench staff)
-change rooms are closed at the NDCC
-No parents/spectators will be allowed inside the NDCC.
This will last for as long as our Region stays in the Red Zone. 
Players, please arrive at the arena fully dressed, chairs will be provided at the lower lobby area and change room hallway of the NDCC for players to put on skates.  If you cannot tie your own skates, we recommend putting them on before you arrive and use walking guards as parents are not allowed in this area.





Spectators, please continue to scan the QR code before entering the arena to complete the questionnaire.  Please wait in your vehicle until the beginning of the ice time.
Ice times will be changing to 40 minute sessions to allow for two ice sessions per team per week, except FUNdamentals.
These changes do not apply to the Plattsville Arena. 
Thank you to everyone for continuing to adapt to our new reality of living in the time of a pandemic. We can do our part by washing and sanitizing our hands, keeping our physical distance and following all protocols to help spread the virus. Together we can help stop the spread! We can do this Rockets!
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