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COVID-19 Return To Hockey

NMYHA Covid-19 Guildlines

As an association we will be following MDH guidance for all COVID cases. 

It is your responsibility to report any cases to your coach and myself ASAP.  Please, if your skater or other family members have symptoms keep them away from the remainder of their teammates until test results are confirmed, games or practice it doesn’t matter. 

People having tested positive for COVID have to stay away from others for 10 days and must not have had any symptoms for the last 24 hours of the 10th day before returning on the 11th day. 

If they choose not to get tested they should stay away for the entire 14 days. 

Many other questions can be answered in the two sites below.

Please report and reach out if you have any questions.  

Reminder that the arena requires masks for both vaccinated and non-vaccinated people in places where social distancing cannot be done. 


Minnesota Hockey will move to  Phase 6 of its Return to Play beginning Monday March 1st, and follow Minnesota’s Stay Safe Plan and MDH guidelines.

For the full Minnesota Hockey Return to Play Phase 6 guidance document, Click Here

For the full  Guide to Sports Quarantine document, Click Here

You can find a information  regarding changes, how they impact hockey and updated Return to Play guidance on the Minnesota Hockey website:


Brooklyn Park Community Activity Center Resource

Masks Mandate

Masks are required, regardless of vaccination status, in all social areas of the BPCAC including halls, lobby and spectator stands.  Locker rooms and on the ice are not required but highly recommended for non-vaccinated people.  


Report Covid 19 Positive Test

USA Hockey/MN Hockey Covid Pages