Minnesota ice arenas started to reopen on June 1. That means our weekend skill development clinics are a go for the 26th straight year! But with the COVID-19 pandemic, things will be different than they have in the past.
The health and safety of our participants, parents and coaches continues to our top priority. So when we return to the ice, everyone will be expected to follow the safety guidelines set by the CDC and the State Health Department, which includes social distancing guidance for youth sports activities. You can learn more at: https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/schools/youthsports.pdf
In addition, each ice arena will be developing its own return to ice guidelines that CGS participants will be expected to follow. They will include arrival and departure times and limitations on parents viewing activities. We are also working on developing our own return to ice guidelines that we will share prior with participants prior to each clinic.
Under the new state guidelines, there can be no more than 20 people on the ice at one time including coaches/shooters, so that means we are looking at 15/16 goalies per session. So I anticipate goalies will be excited to get back on the ice and clinics like ours will be in demand. So if you are interested in any of our clinics, I would reserve a spot for your goalie ASAP at www.carrollgs.com
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