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What to Expect at the Rink

Here is What to Expect this Season
As we get closer to the start of our upcoming season – your two most frequently asked questions are answered below

What will the on-ice product look like?

  • 5-on-5 full-ice hockey for ages U11 and up
  • Full-sized teams (maximum 15 skaters and 2 goalies)
  • Traditional vs modified game play rules TBD (although we expect traditional rules to return)

What facility protocols are in place?

The City of Kingston and KFL&A Public Health have developed the following protocols to ensure compliance with the provincial re-opening framework currently in effect.  These following protocols take effect as of Tuesday, September 7.

  • City of Kingston facility limits will be increasing to a maximum of 50 participants at ice level (up from 25) and a maximum of 100 people in the stands (up from 25) at any one time. This includes the changeover period in between scheduled ice times.  With these increased limits, it will no longer be necessary to enforce a “one parent per player” rule.
  • There will be a maximum of three (3) family members, or guests permitted to accompany each player.
  • No loitering is permitted in the lobby or main concourse areas.  Guests may only watch from the stands.
  • Individuals in the stands must wear masks. Physical distancing of 6 feet (2m) must be maintained except for members of the same household.
  • Players must wear masks at all times until helmets are on.
  • You may arrive up to 30 minutes prior to scheduled ice time. The City will still be conducting screening activities upon entry. 
  • Players need not arrive at the rink fully dressed.  Dressing rooms will be available, but capacity limits will be in place so arriving at least partially dressed is recommended.
  • Food and beverages are not permitted in the facility. Users may bring refillable water bottles. 
  • Everyone must vacate dressing rooms a maximum of 20 minutes after the final buzzer.
  • All activities within the rink must be conducted in accordance with provincial regulations

These protocols are based on existing circumstances and are subject to change as the season progresses depending on the public health situation.

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Kingston Memorial Centre
303 York Street, Kingston

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 21088,
R.P.O. Princess St.
Kingston, ON K7L 5P5