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UPDATED: Middlesex-London Health Unit - New Health Measures
Submitted By Webmaster on Friday, October 23, 2020
Here is a list of the changes that will come into effect on Saturday October 24 based on the current Middlesex-London Health Unit order. 

These protocols are required by the City of London/Western Fair/Middlesex-London Health Unit.


  • 24 players and coaches can be on an ice pad at once but need to be divided into 2 groups of 12 with a three meter buffer between them (1.5 meters on each side of the center ice line)

  • Full ice drills can be run if 12 players are on the ice and 12 players are on the bench. The 12 players on the benches need to be 2 meters apart.

  • All coaches must wear a mask while on the ice surface

  • No body contact

  • The maximum permitted on the arena pad is 25 and that includes coaches/instructors and officials

  • All other arena protocols such as arriving 15 minutes prior to ice time, health screening prior to entering, hand sanitize when entering and wearing a mask while in the arena remain in place. 

IMPORTANT:  It is safe to say that inspections of arenas will continue to take place to make sure all the rules that have been laid out are being complied with. One area concern for our facility is that very few parent/guardian that the arenas have permitted to stay to spectate are maintaining the 2 meter distance rule. If this continues to be an issue the arena will not hesitate to remove the parents from so that the players are still able to participate.
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