There are a lot of other things kids can be doing to stay healthy and active and see friends that don't involve being in an ice rink playing a contact sport. USA Hockey, CDC and state governments have asked for now that areas with lockdown restrictions -- and that is most of PA, NJ, NY, DE, MD, VA -- not play games or have contact practices and instead focus on skills and drills while social distancing on the ice. That should be more than enough at this point, summer, which isn't even hockey season. Through the fall, if numbers stay low, most likely kids will be able to scrimmage among kids in the same rink, and later in the year with kids with a region.
People who want to fight about masks and find reasons for parents being in the rink, who want locker rooms open, who have their kids skating at multiple rinks, who want full-contact, 5v5 hockey right now are going to push this all back even further. There will be hockey, but every time we rush this and insist on back to normal right now, in July, is being unreasonable.
As a reminder, USA Hockey aligns itself with CDC guidelines for getting back on the ice. https://cdn2.sportngin.com/attachments/document/213b-2202770/Return-to-Organized-Sports-8-Questions_Final.pdf
Since no state is fully out of pandemic protocols, only lowest risk and increasing risk activities in youth sports should be attempted: team-based practice and maybe some within-team competition.
Things like chalk-talks and use of benches without social distancing should still be very limited. Coaches should be wearing masks.