Sudbury Playground Hockey 2020 / 2021 Registration Form



First Name: __________________________ Last Name: __________________________________

Address: ___________________________ City: _________________ Postal Code: ____________

Home #: ____________________ Work #: ______________________ Cell#: __________________

Email Address: ________________________________________________________________________________
Medical Concerns to be brought to the attention of the SPHL: Y or N (circle)
If Yes: __________________________________________________________________________

First Name: ___________________________ Last Name: _________________________________

Address: ___________________________ City: _________________ Postal Code: ____________

Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY): ________________________
Player's Division: _______________________________ Goalie: Y or N (circle)
Are you registering for the first time with SPHL: Y or N (circle)
Previous or Preferred Playground: Cedar Park / Westmount / Kivi / McFarlane / Algonquin / Lo-Ellen (circle one)
Previous Team Played: _______________________________________________
Do you have another child registered: Y or N (circle)
If yes, what Divison: Mickey Mouse / Tyke / Novice / Atom / Pee Wee / Bantam (circle)

Division Fee Birth Year
Mickey Mouse 2016 & 2015 $250.00
Tyke 2014 & 2013 $375.00
Novice 2012 & 2011 $465.00
Atom 2010 & 2009 $465.00
Peewee 2008 & 2007 $525.00
Bantam 2006 to 2004 $525.00
Sudbury Playground Hockey 2020 / 2021 Registration Form

The Sudbury Playground Hockey League (SPHL) understands the need to ensure the health, welfare, and safety of any hockey player currently participating within their organization. As part of our commitment to ensure the safety of all our players, the SPHL has posted on their website the age appropriate Rowan's Law Concussion Awareness Resource Guide to the coaches, player's parent/legal guardians.
Parents, Guardians, and Players must educate themselves with Rowan's Law Concussion Awareness Protocols prior to registration. Information about Rowan's Law Concussion Awareness and age appropriate guidelines can be found at the website cited below.

COVID-19 SPHL Protocol
Greater Sudbury Arena User Group COVID-19 Guidelines - V1
Date: August 11, 2020
Subject to Change

Entrance - Participants may enter the building no earlier than 20 minutes prior to the start of their ice time. Participants must enter through the main entrance and follow the signage for each pad.

All patrons who enter the building are encouraged to sanitize their hands using the hand sanitizer dispenser provided. All patrons must self-screen prior to entering. If any patron answers yes to any of the questions posted, they are not permitted to enter the facility.

Spectators are permitted to enter the arena. Spectators must not loiter in the hallways / lobby area. The spectator seating occupancy limit is 35 persons for pad 2 and 50 persons for side 1. A minimum of 2 metres or 6 feet between all household bubbles / spectators is mandatory. All spectators entering the facility must wear a mask at all times as per Public Health Sudbury. Participants are required to wear masks when they are not engaging in intense physical activity.

Upon Building Entry - Dressing rooms are assigned to each user group and will be posted at the entrance. Player dressing rooms have signage/markers to indicate seating for proper social distancing. If additional rooms are required, please consult with arena staff. Dressing rooms will be available no more than 20 minutes prior to the start of the ice time. Users are asked to arrive as close to "ready to play" as possible. Showers and washrooms in the dressing rooms will be available, however, participants must respect the 20-minute time limit if they choose to use the showers.

Ice Entry - During floods, participants waiting to enter the ice should not congregate at the rink entrance door/s. We ask that participants maintain physical distancing requirements and wait in the dressing room or areas outside of the dressing rooms until they can safely enter the ice surface.
On-Ice Procedure - The maximum capacity of on-ice participants and coaches is 40 participants. Games / Scrimmages / amateur and recreational sports leagues may resume so long as they do not allow prolonged or deliberate physical contact between players or if they have modifications to avoid physical contact between players. While on the ice for practices, figure skaters, hockey schools, or individuals working on skill development they must adhere to physical distance measures.

Leagues/ schools must contain no more than a total of 50 participants. If participants in a league exceed 50, they may divide into smaller groups of no more than 50. Players are not permitted to play against athletes outside of their league or group. Many groups operate or are sanctioned by provincial or national governing. These groups must adhere to any return to play guidelines developed by these governing organizations (i.e. OHF, Skate Ontario, Hockey Canada, Ringette Ontario, etc…). Drills must meet guidelines for maintaining physical distancing. No contact drills allowed.
Participants and Coaches must always keep gloves and equipment on. One designated person must pick up pucks and other training materials at end of the session. Participants will not share water bottles. Absolutely no spitting or clearing your nose in the facility or on the ice. Players benches will be available and additional seating will be available if required to maintain physical distance between participants. Only 1 person may enter the scorekeeper's box at a time. The arena staff will provide sanitizer spray and paper towels. If the renter chooses to use the score clock, they will be responsible for sanitizing the controls before and after use.

Exit Ice and Building Procedure - At the end of the booking, participants must exit the ice promptly in single file and return to their assigned dressing room. Participants must exit the building through the appropriate door assigned for each pad within 20 minutes of the end of their ice time. Hand sanitizer dispensers are mounted at each of the exits.

Safety Protocol - Dressing rooms will be sanitized between user groups. Please note that sanitization of all other arena spaces will occur periodically. Washrooms will be sanitized four times daily. Wash your hands - Practice physical distancing - Do not share equipment. All patrons are expected to abide by the occupancy limits detailed above. NO SPITTING OR CLEARING YOUR NOSE ANYWHERE IN THE FACILITY OR ON THE ICE. To ensure our facilities can remain open and safe, please obey all rules as presented. Failure to follow guidelines and policies could result in immediate ejection from the facility and future booking privileges revoked. The City of Greater Sudbury may cancel future bookings without refunds.

I hereby permit my child to participate in the activity specified above. I fully agree not to hold the SPHL, team playground or team officials responsible for any injury to my child arising from participation in the above activities.

By signing below, I agree to adhere to: the Parent / Guardian code of fair play; acknowledgement and understanding of Rowan's Law Concussion Protocol; and COVID-19 safety guidelines. Understand that by not doing so, I can and will be escorted from the City of Greater Sudbury property at any time for defaulting.

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Signature of Parent / Guardian Date Signed

All refunds are subject to a $50 administration fee. No refunds will be issued unless for medically supported reasons or in the event the SPHL season has been permanently suspended on the authority of Public Health Sudbury and the Greater City of Sudbury due to COVID-19 restrictions.