Watford Arena Parent and Spectator Protocols, News (Petrolia Minor Hockey)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
Watford Arena Parent and Spectator Protocols
Submitted By Karis Sylvester on Friday, October 2, 2020

Watford Arena:

Parents and Spectators:

Parents/legal guardians may enter the arena to check in their players/skaters with their respective organizations and leave through the main entrance sliding door. Spectators and parents are not permitted past the main entrance.

The maximum number on the ice and in dressing rooms is 22 players/skaters and coaches.

Organizations are permitted 2 people to be in the outer lobby to check in players/skaters.

 

You may enter the arena 15 minutes prior to the ice time. Two dressing rooms will be assigned to each team. Participants are encouraged to arrive at the facility dressed. Must exit within 15 minutes of the end of ice time.

 

PMHA COVID-19 screening document must be completed and handed in at check in.

 

There are specific entrances and exits to the ice surface depending on your assigned dressing rooms. As well there are specific exits from the arena, do not exit through the main entrance. See the map at check in.

 

Water fountains will not be available. Water bottle refill stations will be available. Washrooms in the dressing rooms will be open as well as one washroom in the lobby.

This article has been viewed 483 times.
Team Sites
Social Networking
Follow Us On
Follow Petrolia Minor Hockey on Twitter
- and -
Visit Petrolia Minor Hockey on Facebook
Quick Links
Manage Subscriptions
Signup to receive email or text messages for the teams you want to follow.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 04
    Aug
    Organization
    Hello PMHA families, We are happy to announce that we will be opening registration for the 2021-2022 hockey season in the next few days. When officially opened we will send a notification to begin the process. While there will still be some ...
  • 14
    Jun
    Organization
    PMHA is now accepting Rep & AE Coach applications for the 2021/22 season. We welcome all individuals who are interested in coaching at the Rep & AE level to submit an application online.
  • 17
    May
    Organization
    Dear Petrolia Minor Hockey Members, Bryan Boyle is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic:  Petrolia Minor Hockey Association AGM Time: Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at  07:00 PM Eastern Time(Canada)
  • 06
    May
    Organization
    Dear Petrolia Minor Hockey Association Families, COVID-19 continues to impact our lives in many ways. We hope everyone has been able to stay healthy and safe. Your PMHA Directors are looking ahead to the upcoming year, 2021-2022. A face-to-face ...
  • 12
    Apr
    Organization
    Hello PMHA families, We hope you are all doing well during this strange time. While we are unsure about how things will look in the fall, the OMHA is looking for kids interested in referee school. This is normally held in Windsor in September ...
  • 22
    Feb
    Organization
    The 2021 Virtual Coaches Clinics are now available. Please click on the above "Coaches" tab and then "2021 Virtual Coaches Clinics" or click on the link ...
  • 08
    Feb
    Organization
    To All PMHA families, The 2020/21 season has brought us many challenges on so many levels. The PMHA board continues to meet on a regular basis to monitor the season and to come up with a safe plan while following all of the health unit ...
  • 05
    Jan
    Organization
    A longtime member of the Petrolia Squires has written and published his first book, and it’s all about hockey. Brad Burton said “Making The Cut” follows 16-year-olds D.J. Roberts and Brad Martinsen and their efforts to crack the lineup of a ...
Printed from petroliaminorhockey.com on Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 12:26 AM