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    WYHA COVID-19 POLICIES & PROCEDURES

    The Wayzata Youth Hockey Association is dedicated to maintaining the health and safety of all of our players, coaches, parents, and fans. It is your responsibility as a WYHA member and/or player to be respectful of your fellow players, coaches, and volunteers by following the safety protocols we have put in place.

     

    Please refer to our dedicated COVID-19 page, which contains comprehensive information about our approach to health and safety this season. It is imperative that all WYHA members take the the time to read and understand the entire WYHA COVID-19 Preparedness Plan & Member Expectations, which will serve as your guide for ensuring the health and safety of all of our players, coaches, volunteers, and fans this season.

     

    For a quick reference, feel free to download and print the COVID-19 Executive Summary which contains reminders about the most important aspects of our Preparedness Plan.


    Wayzata Spring Clinics Now Live

     

    SKATING AND SCORING CLINIC:

    This clinic will focus on improving players overall skating skills (proper skating technique, stride, utilizing edges for speed)  and refining shooting techniques and tactics, such as utilizing a quick release, wrist shot, backhand, snap shot, and more. Note: Due to COVID and the rules placed upon the program, the number of registrations are limited. Moreover, all parents and players must abide by the rules set by the City of Plymouth.

    DEFENSE & CHECKING CLINIC:

    Checking can be defined as using physical force and/or body positioning (without breaking the rules) to either gain possession of the puck or to disrupt the opposition’s play.  There is a great deal of danger in throwing a check. It is not that you can get hurt (although that is always possible) but rather that you can get burned by putting yourself out of position.

    We will teach the proper technique of body checking and playing defensive hockey, including body positioning, receiving a check, shoulder check, covering, gap control, angling, steering, etc.

    Note: Due to COVID and the rules placed upon the program, the number of registrations are limited. Moreover, all parents and players must abide by the rules set by the City of Plymouth.

    More information:  http://wayzatahockeyclinics.com/clinics/spring-clinics/ 

    Registration Link:  https://wyha.sportngin.com/register/form/560587818

     

     


    WYHA Policy

    WYHA promotes, sponsors, provide facilities for and organizes a program dedicated to recreation, sportsmanship, and excellence in ice hockey for youth in School District 284. WYHA provides a competitive ice hockey program, both recreational and developmental, designed to meet the needs of all youth ages 5-19. Each participant has the opportunity to compete at the level best suited to aid in the development of his or her individual physical and mental qualities.  

    Please direct your comments to us at Info@wayzatahockey.org.

     





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    WYHA Safesport Program

    WYHA is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for its participant’s physical, emotional, and social development and to ensure that it promotes an environment free from abuse and misconduct.  As part of this commitment WYHA will be following the recommendations and guidelines defined in the USA Hockey Safesport Program Handbook. For more detailed information on the Safesport program visit our webpage here.


    Team Apparel

    Click on this Link to to go the Team Apparel Page. 

    Interested in Becoming a Sponsor?

    WYHA needs team sponsors for the upcoming 2020-2021 season. If interested, head to our sponsors tab at the top for details. 

    The Wayzata Way -- From Head Hockey Coach Pat O'Leary

    The Wayzata Way revolves around the culture of how we want our young athletes to carry themselves and represent our families, cities and programs.

    We want our Hockey Players to be recognized as great young student athletes on and off the ice.

    Concussion Report Form

    We like to have you report when a concussion happens, please help us keep track of these type of injuries and get help. Thanks!

    Concussion education through the CDC

    Concussion training a 15 minute course to give you knowledge on concussions.

    Charitable Gambling

    All profit goes directly to the Wayzata Youth Hockey Association to assist in keeping hockey affordable for all.

    Sponsored by Broadway Pizza

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    Pull Tabs Daily

    Noon - 11:00pm  Sunday-Thursday
    Noon - Midnight Friday & Saturday

    Bar Bingo

    Tuesday's at 7:00 pm
     

    Sponsored by Lucky's 13 Pub

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    Pull Tabs Daily:
    11:00am -1:00am Sunday-Thursday
    11:00am - 2:00 am Friday & Saturday

    Bar Bingo
    Wednesday's at 7:00pm
    Saturday's at Noon
     

    Website Protocol

    Set up your NGIN account, if you have set up an account with another sport or association, you’re set! Just click on the “Create an Account” link on the very top of the website to begin the process; this will ensure you have access to all our new features, contact information and also provide you access to register your hockey player/s.

    Volunteer Information can be found under the Dibs Tab on the top navigation, don’t be afraid to start your volunteer requirements early.

    Looking for help or questions on the websitehttp://support.ngin.com/

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