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UPDATED Arena Entry Protocols - MUST READ
Submitted By Stacey Dineen on Saturday, October 31, 2020
Attention all Huskies!  As of Saturday, Oct 31st, the WRC has hired a private security firm to help communicate and enforce all arena rules.  All issues will be reported back to NHHA. 

Repeat offenders will be banned from the arena or their child removed from playing.

Full details of the new entry protocol can be found on the Return to Hockey - Arrival and Exit Protocols page.  Here are some highlights of what will change...

The biggest change is that 2 coaches, 2 goalies (plus 1 parent per goalie), and 1 team screener will now be permitted to enter the arena 15-20 minutes before the start of the scheduled ice time.  This means that coaches, screeners, and goalies need to arrive 10 minutes earlier than other players.

All other players (plus 1 parent per player) will be allowed to enter the arena 10 minutes before the start of the ice session.  The entire team will enter at this time, no early or late entry will be permitted.

NO late arrivals or re-entry. Once the team has entered the arena, the security officer will lock the door.  Nobody, including arena staff, Team Screeners, or Coaches, will be able to reopen the doors for late arrivals. If anyone leaves the arena for any reason, nobody will be able to let them back in.

We expect that all Huskies and their families will continue to carefully observe all arena rules, and maintain physical distancing inside and outside of the WRC facility at all times.  We are counting on EVERY NHHA family to help keep our players on the ice!
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