Updates, News (Lucan Minor Hockey)

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Sep 19, 2021 | LMH | 1449 views
We are just over a week into our new season and it has been full of fun and excitement. Development ice has been well attended and Girls tryouts are nearly wrapped up. The Boys get their turn starting next weekend.

Please see below for a couple of important updates.

Development Ice & Tryouts

Keep a close eye on the schedule to ensure you don’t miss out or in the event changes are made.
Visit the following link for an easy to view schedule -
COVID & Vaccination Protocols
Over the last week there have been some developments that everyone needs to be aware of. Read below for
the latest.
 The Ontario Government regulations have been updated for participants and spectators of minor sports
 Participants: all participants, 17 and under, do not require vaccination; 18+ participants require
proof of vaccination
 Spectators: all spectators that are eligible for vaccination (12+), must be vaccinated
 TO NOTE, current OMHA & OWHA policies require athletes 12+ to be vaccinated by mid/late
October as per previous communication; both organizations are meeting this week to review
these policies. More to come…

 Due to Ontario Government regulations, as of September 22 nd , Lucan Community Memorial Centre
procedures will be as follows:
 All participants and spectators will enter the southeast entrance, near the main hall, for
 All vaccine eligible spectators will be required to present proof of vaccination and photo ID, if
 You may arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled ice time and must leave the facility within 30 minutes
after your ice time
 Scan the QR code when entering the arena to complete your health screening
 It is recommended that players arrive dressed in as much hockey equipment as possible
 Only 9 players are permitted in the dressing room at one time; this does not include coaches or parents
assisting the player
 If a dressing room has 9 players in it, then additional players will need to wait for a space to open, or put
on skates and helmet in chairs provided outside the dressing rooms
 Please do not rely on coaches to tie players skates – a parent should do this and then leave the room
 Showers are open and available for use
 Spectators capacity limits have been set at 50% or approximately 1000 people
 Everyone in the facility must wear a mask, unless on the ice
 Physical distancing is expected of everyone not from the same household
LMH will continue to monitor the regulations set by the provincial government, local health unit,
municipality/arena, and our governing hockey organizations (OMHA & OWHA). We will keep you as informed as
possible, if/when any regulation changes are announced.

Thank you