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March 4, 2022
U9, U11, U13 Development

NRMHA- U9, U11, & U13 Development - Skills and Drills (Female Only)- session will be held on March 6th-  at 11:40AM. (APM Centre)

All Players must be registered to attend. 

We will take 28 skaters and 2 goalies.  Be sure to double check your calendar before booking.  When our numbers are reached, the form will be closed.

List of registered players will be posted on the development site by 8pm on Saturday- on the Development section on the website.

Please click on the link to register

*Sponsored by the Sweetheart tournament*
**Coaches are encouraged to attend**
 
January 28, 2022
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MED Info: 22-004-01

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Department: Safety & Risk Management

Date: Jan 27th, 2022

 

Hockey PEI Members,

As announced by the Chief Public Health Office on Wednesday, January 26th, team practices may resume beginning on January 31st, 2022. Full details on the announced updated Public Health measures as they relate to Hockey are being provided below: 

Team Practices: Team Practices of up to 20 consistent individuals are permitted as of Jan 31st. The only exceptions to this measure are as follows:

  • Team Staff and Volunteers who can maintain physical distancing do not count towards the consistent "number of 20".
  • When half-Ice boards are used to split up the ice surface for two groups. The maximum number on each half of the ice is 20 participants and the maximum number in the entire arena area (on‐ice and in the stands) is 50 (Participants, Team Staff, Volunteers and Parents included in this stipulation. See more info below (re: spectators).

Participant Limitations: There are no specific restrictions on being on the ice more than once per day, however if participants are involved with a number of different groups, it is recommended that those participants limit the number of groups they are participating in.

  • This does not apply to Team Staff and/or Volunteers; however, it is required that they maintain physical distancing when interacting with their groups.

Game Play, Tournaments & Travel: Game play, tournaments and inter-provincial travel are not permitted for minor hockey at this time. Once Hockey PEI receives an indication on when game play will resume, more information will be distributed regarding an update to its season schedules, operations, and Provincial / Atlantic Championships.

  • Further discussions to the abilities of its teams who do participate in inter-provincial league play to come.
  • We appreciate our members’ patience on this matter.

Spectators: Depending on your facility and association, spectators may be permitted so as long as they do not exceed a total number of 50 (Participants, Team Staff & Volunteers included). Parents can assist younger participants to get ready for their activity so long as the following is observed:

  • Parents must always wear their mask and physical distance as much as possible.
  • To support physical distancing, facilities should allow for extra space by allocating additional change rooms (if possible) to larger teams or groups and consider staggering use if possible...(continued)
  • Vax pass requirements are still in place for those 19 years of age and older and for groups where there are participants who are both over and under 19 years of age.

*As noted above, some associations may require the use of half-ice boards and split ice surfaces, which will affect their ability to host spectators.*

  • Therefore, parents may or may not be permitted to stay and watch the team practice depending on its association and facilities operational needs.
  • Members can contact their local Minor Hockey Association for further details.

COVID-19 Positive Test / Exposure Situation: If someone tests positive for COVID-19 on your team, they should let their appropriate team staff contact know and then have the participants work through the scenarios listed in the link below to determine what they are required to do and if they must isolate.

An FAQ sheet is also being attached within for your reference and use. You can also share this message through social media by sharing our post. As always, all Hockey PEI members are expected to adhere to the current CPHO guidelines while attending any sanctioned event. 

 

Regards,

Tanner

 
December 13, 2021
FEMALE PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS ANNOUNCED

HOCKEY PEI CONFIRMS LOCATION & DATES FOR FEMALE HOCKEY PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

 

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – Hockey PEI’s Female Council is pleased to announce the Female Hockey Provincial Championships for all levels will be hosted at the Pownal Sports Centre from March 18th-20th2022.

 

The format for all female league Provincial Championships has not yet been finalized and will be announced at a later date.

 
November 10, 2021
NRMHA U13 & U15 Development November 14th- 11:40am

NRMHA U13 & U15 Development session will be on November 14th- 11:40am-12:40pm.....players can arrive between 11:10am and 11:25am at the APM Centre.  Be sure to check your calendar- as the session fills up fast.  Form will be closed when the session is full.


Players must be registered to attend.

Coaches are encouraged to attend.

We will take 28 skaters and 2 Goaltenders.  List will be posted on the Development Tab on Saturday after 8pm.

Please click on link to register
**Sponsored by the Sweetheart Tournament**
 
October 21, 2021
U9 and U11 Female Development

 

NRMHA- U9 and U11 Female Development will be held on Sunday- October 24th, 2021 from 11:40-12:40pm.  Players can enter the APM Centre at 11:10-11:25am.
All Players must be registered to attend.  We will take 28 skaters and 2 goalies.  Be sure to double check your calendar before booking.  Sessions have been booking quickly this season- don't delay.  Link will be disabled when the session is full.
List of registered players will be posted on the development site by 8pm on Saturday- on the Development section on the website.
Please click on the link to register.

 

 
October 16, 2021
NRMHA U15 Players- Checking Clinic

 

Our U15- Female Checking Clinic has been set for Saturday- October 23rd 7:40pm-9:10pm at the APM Centre. 

 
The link to register is

https://forms.gle/Qq4unrHTazc5bU3w6

 
October 16, 2021
U13 mandatory Body Contact Skills

NRMHA U13 Players- Body Contact Skills

For NRMHA Players to introduce to the Body Contact Skills and Checking Skills. This clinic is mandatory for all U13 Players (1st and 2nd Yr). Players must attend one session.
Max players per session is 39.

All sessions are at Crapaud Rink- no fee. (Session is on ice only.)

  • October 25th- 6:10-7:40pm (Female Only)
  • October 27th- 6:10-7:40pm

Registration: https://forms.gle/Fd91BhC1BuNUXQqk8

 
October 3, 2021
Female

 

We welcome all Female "A" players to come out for the conditioning ice times.

  • U9- October 20th at 4:00-5:00pm
  • U11 & U13- October 16th at 9:10am-10:10am   &    October 20th at 5:10pm-6:10pm
  • U15 & U18- October 17th at 3:10pm- 4:10pm      &    October 19th at 7:20pm-8:20pm
Each session will be $10 and will be collected upon arrival.  Sessions will be held at the APM Centre
Deadline is October 13th, 2021.
 
November 30, 2014
Female Recruitment Video

Very pleased to be launching our NRMHA Female Recruitment Video

Many thanks to Dave Sigsworth for pulling this together, and to the stars of our video- our female players and volunteers.

Please share this link with others who you think may be interested in joining female hockey.
http://youtu.be/9NpdY1EhWbE

 

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