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Hoping for health and safety to all visiting our website.  

Because of the recent rink shutdown, rink procedures have been updated.  All coaches should have a contact tracing roster for their team to submit to each rink at each game. 

Rinks are requiring masks at all times including the players on the ice.  

Be aware of the rink procedures concerning spectators.

All players should arrive and leave dressed.  No changing in the stands or locker rooms. 

 

The Middlesex Yankee Conference Girl's Hockey League is entering our 18th season and, thanks to our programs, had nearly 140 teams skating last season.


We will be offering at least four levels within each U10, U12 and U14 divisions as well as for our pre-season U16/18 teams.

A four to six game parity round will be played for our U10, U12 & U14 teams with adjustments to follow and continuing throughout the season.

Please submit an online registration form found on the left vertical menu.

 

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FACE COVERINGS
11/13/2020
FACE COVERINGS UPDATE, 11/13/20 Kevin Kavanagh, Executive Director,...
COVID -19 Rink Procedures
08/27/2020
RINK PROCEDURES The MYC will follow Mass Hockey’s safety...
 
FACE COVERINGS

FACE COVERINGS UPDATE, 11/13/20

Kevin Kavanagh, Executive Director, MA Hockey

 

 

FACE COVERINGS: While the Commonwealth appreciates the efforts made by various manufacturers to address the reduction of respiratory spray from players, further review of various products has led to clarified guidance indicating that the “plastic shield” style products do not comply with the CDC guidance for face coverings. As such, both the Bauer Concept 3 Splash Guard and the Tektor 1.0 and 2.0 shields are NOT able to be used in lieu of a face covering. The CCM “Game On” mask has been deemed acceptable and can be used to comply with the face covering requirement.


by posted 11/13/2020
COVID -19 Rink Procedures

RINK PROCEDURES

The MYC will follow Mass Hockey’s safety guidelines to play hockey.

Our rinks may have additional protocols that are required that teams adhere to that are set by the local Board of Health.

As each rink provides us their individual requirements we will post them here, I am sure this list will be changing as the season begins, please check this often and if you have any questions please reach out to or

 

MYCGL - Player / Guardian Waiver    MYCGL -  Team Contact and Waiver Form

Stoneham - Stoneham Arena 

Anyone participating in or viewing an event at Stoneham Arena must complete the below waiver before entry. Please complete this prior to arrival. You will be required to hand in the form to your Team Representative when entering Stoneham Arena.

Please take 15 minutes of your day and watch the three videos attached before you show up at Stoneham Arena for your game. 

Coming to the Arena prepared will make this process easier for all of us and likely less anxious and stressful for you.

The videos describe the procedures when you get to the Arena.  I will walk you through a map of the arena and show you on screen where to go, what to do, and what to expect.  This is not perfect – we understand. 

We will be constantly monitoring and working with the local officials to find ways to improve the processes to make it easier and safer for all.  These videos reflect what the Town of Stoneham currently wants us to do.  Our choice is not a choice at all – we either do this, or we cannot use the Arena.

We ask for your understanding, your patience, your cooperation, and your help ensuring the safe use of Stoneham Arena.  Please do not be the person that gets MYC Hockey banned.

Video 1:  Stoneham Arena Procedures – This video describes where to go, and what to do.  This video applies to all individuals entering the building. 

Video 2:  Goalie Procedures – This video describes goalie specific procedures and the use of a goalie designated dressing area.

Video 3:  Check in Desk and Waivers – This video describes the procedure at the Check-In desk when you first arrive at the Arena and the Waivers that are necessary to skate at Stoneham Arena.

 

Walpole - Rodman Arena 

Anyone participating in or viewing an event at Rodman Arena must complete the below waiver before entry. Please complete this prior to arrival. You will be required to check-in and fill it out online in the lobby.

 

Ryan Arena - Watertown - Rink Procedures - Updated 11/12

Nashoba Olympia - Rink Procedures - Effective 10/15 until further notice, all players (EXCEPT GOALIES) must wear masks full time on ice.

Anyone participating in or viewing an event at Nashoba Olympia must complete the below waivers before entry.  Please complete this prior to arrival.

Nashoba Waiver

Nashoba Contact Tracing Form  (Coaches)

 

Essex Sports Center Protocol - UPDATED 11/13 - No hockey bags allowed in the rink

Essex Sports Center Online Parent/Player Waiver

 

FMC - Roche Arena Procedures -

FMC - Simoni Rink Procedures -

**Commonwealth mandates override on rule 22.  Face masks must be worn on the bench at all times.   Waiver form on page 7

 

Phillips Acadamy Andover Procedures - CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

O'Brien Rink Procedures

Waltham Rink Procedures  **UPDATE - 11/6

Waltham Contact Tracing Form - needed for all games at Waltham Rink

Larsen Rink Procedures

Chase Arena Traffic Flow

Ed Burns Arena Procedures, Arlington - Traffic Pattern - UPDATED 11/04/20

Flynn Rink Procedures, Medford 

LoConte Rink, Medford - Traffic Flow & Procedures 

Belmont High Rink Prodedures

 


by posted 08/27/2020
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