Please adhere to the following guidelines set forth by the State of PA to safely participate in all sports.

  • Learn about the symptoms of COVID-19 
  • Everyone who enters the facility are encouraged to sanitize or wash hands upon entry and upon completion of competition.  Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds as frequently as possible, or use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
  • Everyone who enters the building, spectators, players, and officials must comply with our mask policy (see below).
  • Players should maintain social distancing at all times possible, including in locker rooms and benches.
  • Players should self screen prior to arriving at the arena.  Anyone unable to do so can ask for a screening by our event staff.  Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or higher, feel sick, or are sick must stay at home.  Any player showing symptoms will be sent home immediately.
  • All athletes and officials must bring their own water bottles.  Team coolers and bottles are NOT permitted.  Any water fountain is NOT on as per state guidance, vending for individual use is available.
  • There will be no post game hand shakes to avoid unnecessary physical contact.
  • Absolutely NO gum chewing and anyone caught spitting will be immediately ejected and expelled from the tournament.
  • No equipment sharing and proper equipment disinfecting is expected between games.
  • Cover coughs or sneezes with a sleeve or elbow, not hands
  • Concessions will be closed until further notice.
  • SPECTATORS:  We HIGHLY DISCOURAGE Non Essential spectators.  At this time we are striving to keep a low capacity for each rink to meet the state requirement for the green phase.  Spectators should be limited to those who can not get to the facility without assistance and for caregivers.  All spectators who do not live in the same household are expected to keep to safe 6 feet social distances.


All adults and children in the facility are encouraged to wear a cloth face covering with the following exceptions (Found in the PA Departments Health’s Guidance).

  • Individuals who can not wear a mask due to a medical condition
  • Individuals for whom wearing a mask while working would create an unsafe condition
  • Individuals who can not properly put on and off a face covering without assistance

Due to HIPAA Laws, Individuals are not required to show documentation that an exception applies, therefor we can not ask.