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Hockey Alberta Return To Hockey

Hockey Alberta has completed a Return to Hockey Plan that incorporates the current requirements outlined in Stage 2 of the Government of Alberta’s Relaunch Plan, health and safety guidelines from Hockey Canada, and programming, registration and sanctioning for Hockey Alberta.

The plan, which was released on June 30, provides the framework and minimum standards for Hockey Alberta’s Members to undertake hockey activities. It also allows players, coaches, officials, parents and other stakeholders to understand the current guidelines for operating sanctioned hockey for the 2020-21 season.

Hockey Alberta has worked with Hockey Canada and other provincial branches, Government of Alberta, Provincial Sport Organizations, and our Members, staff and volunteers to develop Alberta’s Return to Hockey Plan. The purpose of the Return to Hockey plan is to provide options for a restart to hockey in Alberta, to outline required safety protocols and requirements, and to assist our Members with tasks they need to be undertaking for hockey to re-start.

The Return to Hockey Plan meets the current health and safety requirements of the Government of Alberta and aligns with Hockey Canada’s Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines in focusing on the safety and well-being of all participants. Updated versions of the Plan will be circulated to Hockey Alberta Members, and posted to this webpage, as required based on changes to the Government of Alberta’s Relaunch Plan.

Click HERE to view Hockey Alberta's Return to Hockey Plan. 


REGISTRATION

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Registration for the 2020-2021 Season is closed. 

Please contact the registration coordinator if interested in registering. 

 

 

 

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COACH APPLICATIONS

All head and assistant coaches must go through the interview process. Any interested coaches that want to be on the ice or bench, must interview.

Interested coaches should familiarize themselves with the responsibilities of coaching each division level. Information can be found on Hockey Alberta’s webpage under Coach Education. You can view upcoming coach clinics, requirements, and deadlines. The page is updated regularly, so it is important for coaches to check back often.  A new requirement this year will be an online Hockey Canada Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines module that will be available August 15.

Hockey Alberta coach courses will be delivered as they always have, but will have slight adjustment for social distancing and smaller class sizes. It is important for any Assistant Coaches to consider acquiring the recommended training level for a Head Coach at their applicable level.

Our association Board Members are working hard on a Covid-19 action plan for return to play, as such; all coaches will need to adhere to all SPMHA policies, procedures, rules and guidelines for safe execution of minor hockey. Please note that as we move forward details on all coaches roles and responsibilities regarding Covid-19, will be communicated through various formats, including a mandatory coaches meeting.

Please click HERE to be redirected to the online Coach Application. The application will be available from August 10th until September 15, 2020. 

If you have any questions, please contact Matt Curry, SPMHA Director of Coach Development. 

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