COVID Update, News (Humberview Huskies)

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COVID Update
Submitted By Matthew Redican on Monday, September 28, 2020
We are pleased to announce that the GTHL is moving forward with Period 1 in their "Return to Play" plan commencing October 7th. The main focus for Period 1 will be on player/goalie skill development and getting our players back on the ice in a fun and safe environment.

Keeping in line with this plan, our program for Period 1 will consist of a minimum of two hours of practice ice per week. One hour of this practice time will be focused on player or goalie development with experienced trainers provided by the Huskies Association. The second hour will be conducted by our coaching staff.  Also included will be one dryland training session per week at a COVID safe facility. 

Practices will be held at one of our approved, COVID-safe rinks, Westwood, Albion or Irene Risk. 

If you are looking for a team, Players Wanted ads are posted on our website.

Please address any questions directly to our General Manager, Frank Bessette via email at [email protected].

For the complete GTHL Return to Play Plan, see GTHLGamePlan_Update or follow updates on the GTHL website.

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