Arena COVID Safety Procedures
Here are the new procedures we are using to keep you and our staff safe:
We are requiring online check in to help with tracking and notification in case someone at the facility becomes ill. All of your information will be private to Indoor Goals. Click HERE for the online check in form. If you arrive at the arena w/o checking in, we will have a QR code that you can scan that will take you to our online form. Each and every time you enter the rink, you must "check-in' by filling out our online check in form.
No-contact temperatures will be taken from every person upon entering the arena. Those with a higher than normal temperature will not be allowed to enter the building.
Masks must be worn inside the arena. Masks are to be worn at all times while participating in physical activity.
Social distancing must be practiced by parents/spectators.
For now, we ask that all players show up dressed except for skates, no sooner than 15 minutes before your game, and for all others, no sooner than 5 minutes before your game or class.
For classes and camps, please arrive no sooner than 5 minutes before your camp or class
Once inside, everything from the scorekeeper’s bench through the lounge is open for getting ready for games, or class
All players will need to enter the floor through the visitor’s penalty bench and store their belongings at the player’s bench, or the other side of the gate.
At the end of the game or class, all players will exit through the home team’s penalty bench. There is additional seating on the far end of the rink to accommodate changing. Weather permitting, we will cone off an area of the parking lot for guys to "hang out". Please have them bring their own seating.
For hockey games, we plan to add five (5) minutes between games to accommodate the changes.
At the end of games, we will use the disinfectant at the player’s benches to disinfect the top of the dasher boards..
Hockey Game Format Changes:
There will be No face-offs
- The visiting team starts the game with the puck behind their goal, all defensive team players must move out across the top face off dot in their offensive zone.
- Teams will alternate at the beginning of new periods.
- After a goal, the new offensive team starts with the puck behind their goal, again, all defensive team players must move out across the top face off dot in their offensive zone (if this happens near the end of a close game, and players delay, at the discretion of the Referee, he may ask the scorekeeper to stop the clock and add time as he sees fit).
- If the goalie stops the puck the new offensive team starts with the puck behind their goal, again, all defensive team players must move out across the top face off dot in their offensive zone.
For ALL Activities
There will be no shaking of hands.
Use individual water bottles & towels; Do not share.
Wash hands and use hand sanitizer
Cough/sneeze into your elbow or tissue
Practice physical distincing
For anyone not participating in excerise, please wear a mask.