Update Regarding Governor Baker’s Temporary Shutdown
Unfortunately, the Hockey Gods were not 100% aligned with Governor Baker and we will be taking (by mandate) what we all hope will only be a brief reprieve from the ice – no practices or games for two weeks beginning tonight at 5PM and running through 12:01AM on Nov. 7th.
I’d like to thank all our members – Participants, Parents, Coaches, our Board of Directors – for doing their best to manage and comply with all our new hockey protocols for the greater health and safety of our community.
As we all know, hockey is a fast game and a lot can change during the course of a period. Let’s keep our feet moving and carry on with strong sticks as we look forward. Fingers crossed that this is just a break between periods in our 2020-21 season!
As such, we aim to set up some dry-land hockey training – likely at Bud Orne with partnership from Parks & Rec. Stay tuned. Sign up genius and schedule forthcoming.
Naturally, any and all compliance (masks on and up with social distancing – “let’s keep the 6!”) will be in play for any such dry-land opportunities.
Let’s keep our collective helmet on and stay as positive as possible – it’s disappointing news but we’ll make it through this.
-John Payne | MYHA
For those interested in the official announcements please find here:
Gov. Baker’s office https://www.mass.gov/news/massachusetts-to-temporarily-pause-all-indoor-ice-rink-and-ice-skating-facilities-operations
FMC Rinks https://fmcicesports.com/news/massachusetts-pauses-hockey-skating-for-two-weeks/
Mass Hockey https://www.mahockey.org/news_article/show/1129248
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