Fri
Mar
11
04:30 PM
WKC Wolverines
Glenlawn Lions
1
0
Mon
Mar
14
05:00 PM
JH Bruns Broncos
CJS Olympiens
0
4
Mon
Mar
14
07:00 PM
WKC Wolverines
Murdoch MacKay
2
3
Tue
Mar
15
04:45 PM
Murdoch MacKay
WKC Wolverines
0
4
Tue
Mar
15
06:45 PM
GCC Gophers
Sanford Sabres
2
1
Wed
Mar
16
05:00 PM
Sanford Sabres
GCC Gophers
2
1
Wed
Mar
16
07:00 PM
CJS Olympiens
JH Bruns Broncos
2
3
Thu
Mar
17
04:30 PM
WKC Wolverines
Murdoch MacKay
2
3
Thu
Mar
17
04:45 PM
GCC Gophers
Sanford Sabres
0
3
Thu
Mar
17
06:45 PM
JH Bruns Broncos
CJS Olympiens
0
3

COVID - Arena Return to Play Policies


All Manitoba Arena's have their own COVID-19 protocols, and often policies vary by rink. If you plan on attending a game, and you are unsure what the protocols for that arena may be, please contact your team manager.  Every team has a protocol officer, and they are the best to advise you.

Thank you.

Arena Protocols - Winnipeg 

Government Issued-Photo ID

A list of government-issued photo ID and the following documents are considered proof of immunization in Manitoba:

  1. Manitoba Immunization Card or QR code (more details from Manitoba Health found HERE);
  2. National Defense Canada COVID-19 Vaccine Card/Record;
  3. Canada Public Health Association (CPHA) Travel Vaccination Record;
  4. An official document issued within a Canadian province or territory containing information of a person’s COVID-19 vaccination history; or
  5. International travelers’ immunization documentation submitted to Canadian border service officials and government-issued photo identification that confirms citizenship

 

Return to Play - Post-Covid 19

Hockey Manitoba protocols: https://mcusercontent.com/e65e14975a2525faebf71e1d0/files/cd698a05-127e-3b68-eeeb-b34963b61671/Hockey_Manitoba_RTP_Plan_VERSION_10_Amended_.pdf


People who have tested positive and are fully vaccinated and do not have symptoms need to isolate for five days from the date of their positive test. After five days of isolation, members must wear a medical grade mask in public settings - including on ice activities - for five days and avoid any non-essential visits to high-risk settings. If wearing a medical mask is not feasible while playing hockey, the individual should not participate.

Should a player return between days 6-10-it is clear she he must always remain masked. The onus will be on the coaching staff to clearly enforce and ensure that the player's mask is worn properly (over the mouth AND nose) for the game.  All times includes while on the bench, actively playing or sitting in the penalty box. That means that the player will have to be wearing their mouth guard UNDER the mask, under their helmet and cage for the duration of the game.  Officials will have ZERO tolerance on this.

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