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2020-2021 Brighton Minor Hockey Fees & Outlook for the year
Submitted By Adam Flatt on Wednesday, September 9, 2020
First of all. Thank you to all our members and new members for your patience during these unprecedented times.We would like to share some details about what the process for registration will be and what our season plan currently looks like. Below is a breakdown of fees for the year and the outlook

All players must pay the mandatory $50 insurance fee prior to taking the ice. The registrar will send invoices to the email address provided on the online registration form. Invoices will be sent out after Sept 15 registration deadline.  Payment will be made via e-transfer.It will be Auto deposited. Should your family require financial support please complete the application for Jumpstart (link below), please notify the registrar if you are completing the Jumpstart application so that the information can be tracked. Given that the first payment is due shortly should this be a concern for your family please connect with the registrar to provide an update. Adjustments to payment dates may be considered on a case by case basis. 
 
 
Age Group Payment One Payment Two Payment Three Payment Four
Payment due No Later than
Sept 27,2020
Payment due No Later than
Oct 27, 2020
Payment due No Later than
Nov 22, 2020
Payment due
No later than
Dec 15, 2020
IP & Preschool
$125 & $50 Insurance $75 $50 $50 N/A
Minor Novice & Novice $100 $100 $100 $100
$350 & $50 Insurance
Atom-Midget $150 $150 $100 $75
$425 & $50 Insurance
Fees are subject to change during Covid period
 
Ice schedules will be finished up and on website no later than Sept 21.  Check the website for updates


Brighton Minor Hockey 
Return to Play Plan 

 

Block 1 – September 28-October 31 (5 weeks) 

 

This 5 week plan is the first step in our return to play and is aligned with stage 3b of OHF Return to Hockey Framework. 

 

Players will be divided by age category for 2 – 50 minute practice and development sessions per week.  

 

Each group will have a maximum of 22 players on the ice for the first block 

 

Players will be split into teams of 9 skaters and a goalie after 2 weeks of practice and development sessions based on registration. We can then begin to play 3 on 3 or 4 on 4 games to maximum of 50 player bubble as well as practice and development sessions 

 

BDMHA will stay in this phase until such time that OMHA/OHF/Hockey Canada move to 3c. 

 

Block 2 – November 1-November 29(tentative) 

 

This 4 week plan is the second step in our return to play and aligned with stage 3c of OHF Return to Hockey Framework. 

 

Players will continue to have for 2 – 50 minute practice and development sessions or 3 on 3 or 4 on 4 games per week.  

 

 

Block 3 – November 30- On 

 

BDMHA will continue to follow the above-mentioned format and will phase in next stages as they become available from OMHA/OHF and Hockey Canada. 

 

 

For all blocks, BDMHA will be adhering to guidelines as set out by Haliburton, Kawartha and Pine Ridge Public Health Unit and the Town of Brighton.  Each block is subject to change without notice pending direction from OMHA/OHF/Hockey Canada. 

 

 Pending OMHA Approval

 

 

Health & Safety Guidelines for entering Arena 

 

Entry/Exit of Facility 

 

  • Players will arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before their scheduled ice time. 
  • Each individual will sanitize their hands before entering the facility. 
  • COVID-19 screening must take place for each individual entering the facility.  Any person who identifies as having any symptoms or fails the self-screening tool will not be permitted in and should stay home. 
  • Each person entering the building will be signed in by their team ambassador 
  • Participants must bring their own labeled water bottle 
  • Players under the age of 18 may have 1 parent/guardian attend each ice session.   
  • Parents and Guardians must go directly to Arena stands spectator area. 
  • All players, coaches and parents must wear an appropriate face mask covering their nose and mouth while in a non-physical activity. 

    Dressing Room Guidelines 

  • Players will have 15 minutes post ice time to change and exit through the designated area with their parent. 
  • Teams will be assigned 2 dressing rooms with a maximum of 9 players in any dressing room at one time. 
  • Players will sit at the designated spots in the dressing room to help with physical distancing 
  • Parents will not be permitted in the dressing rooms (U11 and up) 
  • Showering will not be permitted. 

     Physical Distancing 

  • Physical distancing of at least 2 meters (6 feet) from other persons should be maintained to the fullest extent possible. 
  • Spectators will view in the designated areas only 
  • Outside food/beverage allowed in designated areas only 
  • No body checking during on-ice sessions 
  • Players will do their best to keep a safe physical distance 

  • Procedure if a participant/spectator becomes ill 
  • In the event a participant, coach or spectator becomes ill, please follow the following steps. 
    1. STOP attending on-ice/off-ice sessions and notify your team ambassador the reason for your absence. 
           2. The team ambassador will direct the individual to contact their local public health unit for direction. 
           3. If a person tests positive for COVID-19, we will follow the direction of our local public health unit. 
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