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Background Screening Policy - In compliance with new requirements from the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC), USA Hockey has launched a new national level background screening program. All adult coaches, officials, board members, employees, volunteers, and anyone else who will have regular contact with, or authority over, athletes under the age of 18 are required to submit to a background screen before any such contact with those athletes.
With families across the country facing financial hardship, The USA Hockey Foundation has set a goal of providing at least 5,000 kids with a chance to return to the game they love.
A donation of $46 to the Membership Relief Fund covers the cost of a child’s USA Hockey membership for the 2020-21 season and keeps them connected to their community on and off the ice!
To receive assistance from this grant, applications can be submitted here and are being accepted through Sunday, November 15
MN Hockey Phase 3 to Start Sept. 1, 2020
Minnesota Hockey today implemented several updates to its Phase 3 Return to Play Guidelines, which initially took effect on September 1. Below is a summary of the changes and links to the updated documents.
· Language was added emphasizing that certain policies, especially mask wearing inside facilities including coaches on the ice and limits of players on the ice, are in fact mandates, not guidelines. This is the only new mandate that is out. MDH has stated that all coaches will wear face masks at all times on ice, even practices and clinics.
· A maximum of one parent/guardian may now be allowed to attend practices/clinics at all age levels. During games, still 2 spectators allowed as of now. Any spectators must maintain social distancing guidelines and wear a mask at all times inside the facility.
· Electronic whistles are an encouraged alternative for coaches to use while wearing masks during practices and clinics.
· An adjustment was made to guidelines for the scorer’s area, allowing a max of two people if they are from the same household or can maintain social distancing while fulfilling their duties. Masks must be worn by off-ice officials at all times. This is a guideline still and we are moving forward with 3 home and 1 away minor official. If you have a volunteer that can do both clock and book, that would be best case scenario. We are voting on this Sunday during our special meeting.
Minnesota Hockey’s complete set of Phase 3 Return to Play Guidelines are available HERE.
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