The Team Store for the mites has been re-opened. It will be open until January 8th, 2021. All orders will be sent to the pro shop at the Ice House.
After the Governor declared Phase 3, the Greensboro Ice House has renewed its policy on spectators in the rink. One parent per skating family is now allowed in the rink for Learn to Play sessions on Monday nights and for Mites practices on Wednesday and Friday nights. One parent will also be allowed in for all mites games. Parents are allowed to switch out at any time during these events. You just need to check in at the front desk. All spectators are required to wear masks in the facility and are asked to practice social distancing as much as possible. There are multiple hand sanitizing stations around the rink and we encourage you to use them as frequently as you wish. The locker rooms are also back open to normal operation; however, with the age of our kids and the fact that most of them still need assistance getting ready, we still encourage all participants to enter the rink as close to fully dressed as possible. Trying to put 15 kids and a parent each in the locker rooms is too many. We look forward to seeing everyone back at the rink soon!
For information on the Ice House's COVID 19 Policy, please use the following link. Greensboro Ice House COVID 19 Policy
We have brought an end to our current Learn to Play session. Below is the link to register for the upcoming Learn to Play session for the Winter of 2020. We have 30 spots available for this session in order to comply with current COVID and Greensboro Ice House regulations. One parent per family is now allowed inside for LTP. All spectators must wear masks at all time in the facility. skaters may remove their masks when getting on the ice.
Learn to Play Winter 2020 Session will run November 30, 2020 - February 1, 2021.
After discussions with the Greensboro Ice House, we are pleased to announce that we are able to have a total of 35 people on the ice for GYHA events. This is an increase from the previous number of 25. We will determine the breakdown of players versus coaches depending on the event and let everyone know accordingly. Still no spectators in the rink for any event at this time.
With phase 2.5 being announced from Governor Cooper on Tuesday, September 1, we are increasing discussions with the Greensboro Ice House management to determine when we can allow spectators back in the rink. Hopefully it will be sooner than later and we will keep everyone updated as we know more.
Below is the link to register for the upcoming 2020-2021 mites season. If you have already pre-registered, please check your email for a code to get the credit for the partial fee already paid. If you have any questions, please let me know.
As of right now there are no changes to the rules at the rink. Players will still need to dress before entering the rink and parents are not allowed in to watch. Please bring individual water bottles with you player's name written on it. We are expecting an increase in the number of players that can be on the ice at one time. More details on that will come at a later date.
So what does this mean to you and your girls? Great question! Here are some key points:
The Registration "HOME" is not currently available.
Even as we are still navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic and plans are being made to reopen everything as safely as possible, we at GYHA are still working hard to have everything ready to get hockey back to Greensboro as soon as safely possible. We have created the registration for anyone that would like to be considered for a coaching position for any of the programs that GYHA has to offer. We need volunteers to help with the Learn To Play program on Monday nights. We also need a head coach and assistant coaches for the 8U mites hockey team. If you are interested, please click the link below and fill out the registration form.