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COVID-19

**Please complete the waiver above for all of your players** 

For our families

We request that all coaches and families be as proactive as possible when experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19. We ask that you please inform your team manager/COVID contact or Jessica Ables via email, right away so that we may take the proper next steps for you and your team. 

If experiencing symptoms we ask that you follow the MDH decision guide (linked below) and self quarantine as needed per the guide and/or test results. This includes siblings and other family members.

The more proactive we are about this together, the more successful of a season we can have, as we can hopefully keep teams from shutting down completely if we are informed from onset. #CROneTeam!

 

**D10 will shut down play for 2 weeks for every team with 2 or more positive test results**

Season Info from D10

  • Everyone under D10 Membership (players, coaches, parents, officials, minor officials and board members) must follow the MN Hockey Covid guidelines, UNLESS association or rink rules are stricter, than the stricter rules will supersede.
  • Number of coaches allowed on the bench during a league game is 2.
    • Coaches must wear a mask on the bench during league games
    • Coaches MUST wear masks during all team practices
    • Home team will supply the Minor Officials for all home games/scrimmages.   
    • 3 people allowed in the box to do the clock, scorebook and penalty boxes.    
    • No one under the age of 18 years old, can be a minor official.
    • Visiting team will have to supply team roster stickers for the scorebook.
    •  ALL minor officials MUST wear masks.

COVID-19 Information/Ice Arena Rules/Guidelines

CRYHA will be following the State and City Guidelines for COVID-19 action and planning. Information will be updated here as needed.

Click here for CDC Guidelines for Quarantine with an Exposure 

Click here for CDC Guidelines for Isolation when Sick

Click here for Coon Rapids Ice Center COVID-19 Info

Click here for National Sports Center COVID-19 Info (scroll to mid-page for athlete info).

Click here for Minnesota Hockey COVID-19 Info

                        Phase 3 September 1


CRYHA will be following the MN Hockey Guidelines for COVID-19 concerns. Please see below. If you have a COVID concern within your team please contact Jessica Ables at jessicaables@cryha.com and please review the MN Hockey Confirmed Case Guidelines below!


Highlights Per MDH: Full Document for Youth Activities here

If a member of your team or organization has COVID-19:

  • MDH/LPH will interview the case or parent/guardian, determine the dates when the case was infectious, identify anyone that may have been exposed, and collect contact information for those individuals.
  • People identified as exposed (close contacts) are those who spent at least 15 minutes within 6 feet of the case while the case was infectious (the infectious period starts 2 days before symptom onset, or 2 days before the case was tested, if they had no symptoms).
  • Exposed persons (close contacts) will need stay home for 14 days from the last contact with the COVID-19 case.
  • It is important to keep rosters of who was at practices and games each day so we can do contact tracing quickly. For more information on how we do contact tracing, see Tracing COVID-19 (www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/tracing.html).
  • Individuals who are sick with COVID-19 will need to stay out for 10 days from symptom onset.
  • In general, you do not need to cancel practice or games once you hear of a case. If such steps are needed, MDH/LPH will work with you to determine next steps.

Local Rink Covid guideline links

Andover Ice Arena

Section 2 and 3

Super Rink

Scroll to Athlete Section.

STMA/NWC

(info on home page!)


CRYHA COVID Refund Policy:

  • If the youth hockey season is cancelled by a third party prior to the first day of tryouts for traveling players (September 24) or the first day of mite skills camp for mites (October 10), registered players will be given a full refund of their registration fee.
  • If the youth hockey season is cancelled by a third party at any point once the season is underway, refunds will be given on a pro-rata basis based on the costs incurred prior to the date of cancellation.

Page Updated 10.18.2020