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Yale Youth Hockey Association, Inc.
Among the Oldest Youth Hockey Organizations
in the United States
Yale Youth Hockey: Learn to Skate-Play Hockey to 12-U
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by posted 09/20/2021
The Connecticut Hockey Conference (CHC) has been working with the Connecticut Department of Health and the Connecticut Rink Owners Association and has released the 2021-22 season COVID requirements for all youth hockey organizations in the CHC. 
 
Masks
  • All players, coaches, on-ice officials, off-ice officials, attendants (scorekeepers, timekeepers, and penalty box helpers), and spectators. must wear a mask or face covering at all times when inside a facility. This includes practices, scrimmages, games, tournaments, etc.
  • CHC organizations can be penalized if members are not adhering to the mask requirements, including and up to disqualification from all CHC state tournaments. 
Players & Coaches that test positive for COVID
  • When someone becomes infected, that person must go into “isolation” (vs. contacts who go into quarantine). Isolation lasts for a full 10 days from the time symptoms started or the positive test was administered if the individual did not experience symptoms prior to the positive result. 
Return to Play
  • After an infected player’s isolation period ends, they should confirm with their medical provider that they are cleared to return to athletic activities. A written note from the players pediatrician is required to be presented in order to Return to Play.
Players & Coaches that are exposed to COVID
  • Individuals who are not fully vaccinated who are identified as a close contact of a known COVID-19 case must quarantine away from sports for a full 14 days from the date of their last exposure to the case, or for 10 days with a negative test at day 8 or later. Even if players are allowed to return to school or other activities earlier than the timelines listed above, they should not return to sports until 14 days or 10 days with a test. 
  • Fully vaccinated individuals do not have to quarantine away from sports at all, as long as they do not have any symptoms. It is recommended that fully vaccinated individuals get tested between day 3-5 after their last exposure to a case and wear a mask when around others at all times until they receive a negative test result or for a full 14 days. 
  • A person is considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna or 2 weeks after their single dose of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. 
Proof of Vaccination Players
  • In order to be able to properly handle a team when and if there is a COVID exposure on that team, we have created a registration for all  Players 12 years of age or older (birth years 2003 through 2009), for you to upload a copy of their vaccination card. Having this information on file will help us properly assess each player on the team to determine if they can keep playing or not per the above. If you choose not to provide this information, it will be assumed that your player is not vaccinated. Please note, per the CT State Department of Health, it is NOT a HIPAA violation to request proof of vaccination for all participants.
  • Link to Player Proof of Vaccination Registration: Player Vaccination Proof Registration
Proof of Vaccination Coaches
  • Same as the Players, we have created a registration for Coaches to upload a copy of your vaccination card in the event of a  COVID exposure on your team.
  • Link to Coaches Proof of Vaccination Registration: Coaches Vaccination Proof Registration
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Other health practices
  • As always, if a player or coach exhibits any sign of illness, they should not attend any practices or games.
  • If a player or coach has been exposed and in contact with someone outside of hockey,  who has tested positive Covid, you should follow the guidelines above.
Please note, these are the requirements for all players, coaches and attendees of any practice, game or tournament in the state of Connecticut and all CHC Youth Hockey organizations and rinks will follow the same requirements. These requirements are subject to change and we will communicate when and if they do. Thank you.
 
-Yale Youth Hockey Association

by posted 08/26/2021
Yale Youth Hockey - Learn To Play & In House Programs

Register today for our Learn to Skate/Play and In House 8U/10U Programs! 

House starts on September 25th 

Learn to Skate Session 1 starts on October 9th

Click here to register!


by posted 08/02/2021
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