|Youth Tier I 14U, 15 Only||San Jose, California||April 28-May 3, 2021|
|Youth Tier I 16U, 18U||Amherst, New York||April 28-May 3, 2021|
|Youth Tier II 14U||McKinney, Texas||April 29-May 3, 2021|
|Youth Tier II 16U||Grand Rapids, Michigan||April 29-May 3, 2021|
|Youth Tier II 18U||Green Bay, Wisconsin||April 29-May 3, 2021|
|Girls Tier I 14U, 16U, 19U||West Chester, Pennsylvania||April 29-May 3, 2021|
|Girls Tier II 14U, 16U, 19U||Irvine, California||April 29-May 3, 2021|
|Senior Women's||West Chester, Pennsylvania||April 28-May 2, 2021|
|Sled||St. Louis, Missouri||April 8-11, 2021|
|Adult Men's||Wesley Chapel, Florida||April 15-18, 2021|
|Adult Women's||Wesley Chapel, Florida||April 22-25,2021|
According to new information and guidelines released by the CDC ASHA’s policy will changes effective immediately in concern to players/coaches/parents who are deemed to be close contacts of a positive case of Covid-19. The updated policy will read as follows:
October 7, 2020
Dear USA Hockey Family:
We hope this finds you and your loved ones well and enjoying the Fall. It’s been a challenging time for all of us navigating our way through the pandemic, but the positive attitude of the hockey community has certainly been inspiring.
PROTECTING EACH OTHER
With the 2020-21 season getting up and running in many places across the country, we wanted to take the chance to reinforce the importance of following local and state guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a whole, our hockey community has done a terrific job in this regard, but we do get some reports of people not following guidelines. It’s important we all do our part and continue to make sure we wash our hands regularly, sanitize equipment, social distance and wear masks (and wear them properly) according to the guidelines.
To help ensure everyone has access to the benefits our sport provides – including physical, social and mental – we must remain vigilant in our efforts to minimize the opportunity for the spread of the virus in our hockey family. We understand that conditions and regulations vary across the country, and while we know frustrations exist, let’s continue to work together for the good of all.
TO OUR ADVANTAGE
While we know that there are no activities that are risk free as we navigate this pandemic, there are some key factors within our sport that contribute to safety. Consider:
MATERIALS TO HELP
In conjunction with input from a wide group of stakeholders, including medical professionals, affiliates, and our rinks partners, among others, USA Hockey has published Return to the Rinks Guidelines and Mitigating Risks Recommendations, along with other resources, to assist programs across the country in safely returning to the sport in relation to COVID-19. You can find all of our resources related to COVID-19 online at usahockey.com/playersafety.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Hockey announced today that Hockey Club Fairbanks has earned designation as a USA Hockey Model Association, becoming the first Model Association from Alaska and increasing the total number nationwide to 25.
With the designation, Hockey Club Fairbanks has committed to fully implement programming dedicated to age-appropriate, age-specific skill development in accordance with USA Hockey's American Development Model throughout the 8-and-Under, 10-and-Under and 12-and-Under age classifications.
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