Players should arrive no more than 10 minutes before the ice time start, and will need to leave within 10 minutes of their ice time end.
Players should get partially dressed at home, skates and helmets can be put on inside the rink locker rooms, any player that does not want to use the locker rooms may use the open areas in the rink to get skates on.
10U and up players will need to be able to tie their own skates if using a locker room. If they need to be tied by a parent or adult, that person should do so in the open area around the outside of the rink.
All mite level players should come mostly dressed and skates/helmets should be put on in the open area outside the rink. Mites will not be allowed in the locker rooms at this time. Please spread out and distance from others.
Only 1 parent/guardian will be allowed in the rink during practice. Please socially distance from others when inside the building.
Skaters must bring their own water bottles and have them labeled.
Each hockey team must assign a volunteer for the following positions.
Cleaning Crew 1-2 parents: Disinfect areas where kids are getting dressed.
Team official/monitor: Document all skaters at the rink with log. Ensure skaters maintain social distancing by staying in assigned staging area or locker rooms
In accordance with the Governor's Emergency Order, the Crawford Center requires face coverings for all people while inside the building. Exceptions to the requirement will only be allowed for individuals with medical conditions or other sensory sensitivities that prevent the wearing of a face covering. SHL will not ask or discriminate against anyone who have medical excuses that prohibit them from wearing a face covering.
Parents are required to keep kids who are sick home. Coaches will have the authority to send kids home if the child comes to the rink with symptoms of illness. Anyone with signs or symptoms of illness must not enter the facility.
If you are showing any signs of illness or have been in contact with known positives - please stay home.
The Shawano Hockey League (SHL) serves girls and boys ages 4 to 14 from Shawano and surrounding school districts. SHL is a Division 3 member association of the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association in region 3.
Shawano Hockey League is a non-profit 501(c)(3), 100% volunteer organization. Parents manage the rink and the hockey organization on a volunteer basis, which keeps our player fees much lower than neighboring associations.
We invite you to join Shawano Lightning Hockey. We hope your child will have a fun learning experience while playing an exciting sport! If you have any questions please feel free to Contact Us.
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10,000 Pucks is designed to allow players to track their shots. Each summer we run a contest to see who can shoot the most pucks - this contest runs from May 1 - Sept 31. Players can begin tracking shots any time, but only shots logged during the contest dates will count toward the contest totals. Our goal with this platform is not simply focused on the quantity of shots, but on the setting and achieving of goals for hockey players. Best of all, 10k Pucks is free for all users.
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Interested in sponsoring Shawano Youth Hockey? Games and Tournaments bring families from all over the Wisconsin, Michigan, and Illinois to Shawano every weekend November to March. Contact us and find out how you can get your business on our website, in our tournament flyers or on a sign inside the rink.
Shawano Hockey League is a non-profit, tax exempt organization & all contributions are tax deductible under sec. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.