Ponoka Minor Hockey Association
Ponoka, AB T4J 1R5
How do Cohorts work?
Q: I coach my daughters team as the head Coach, and then help my younger son's team as on ice parent help, what should I be doing?
A: Because you are only supposed to have one sports cohort, you will need to wear a mask when within 2 meters of others at these sports events. It's fine to remain involved with both children's teams.
Q: Do my children need to wear mask on the ice?
Q: Do we need to wear masks in the dressing rooms?
A: This is encouraged as you cannot maintain a 2 meter distance most times.
Ponoka Minor Hockey Attire
Due to our current situation with physical distancing and the need for keeping numbers down in the arena, Wedins Team and Corporate has created an online store for ordering attire this year. Although you can still go into the store to try attire on for sizing, you can now order through their online store. Deadline is Oct 18th.
If the above link doesn’t work, please copy and paste the below: https://pmhagear.orderpromos.com/
2020-2021 Registration Fees:
U5 - $200.00
U7 - $375.00
U9 - $575.00
U11 - $800.00
U13 - $825.00
U15 - $875.00
U18 - $900.00
HOCKEY CANADA STATEMENT:
The following is a statement on behalf of Hockey Canada from Tom Renney, chief executive officer, and Scott Smith, president and chief operating officer, on the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“Without question, this an unprecedented period of difficulty for the sports world. The health and safety of all participants in sport, including players, coaches, staff, officials, fans, family, volunteers and the general public, is of the utmost importance to Hockey Canada.
After much consultation with the Hockey Canada membership, our chief medical officer and public health officials, the Hockey Canada Board of Directors has made the decision to cancel all Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities*, including our national championships, until further notice, effective Friday, March 13, 2020.
We recognize the tremendous effort that has been put forth all year by individuals across the country as they participate in Canada’s game. Although it is difficult to process the hockey season ending abruptly, we feel this is the best course of action in order to do our part in keeping our country safe.”
*Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities include all Hockey Alberta-sanctioned activities (including games, practices, camps and Provincial Championships).