We have provided a few resources to help players and teams safely navigate playing hockey during a pandemic. Please note that things are changing constantly, so any of these resources may be come outdated or replaced with newer information.
Please help us keep everyone in our community safe! It is vital that every player monitors their health, and if they have ANY COVID-19 symptoms that they should STAY HOME and/or seek appropriate medical care.
Minnesota Hockey has guidelines for how families, teams and associations should operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. WBLAHA has also created a COVID-19 preparedness plans which includes steps to take when a player tests positive. Below are some key points:
As stated previously, this document is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Associations must adhere to guidelines set by the CDC and MDH. The knowledge and circumstances around COVID-19 are changing constantly and, as such, Minnesota Hockey encourages all programs engaging in activities to stay up-to-date on future developments. Below are some additional resources for programs to reference.