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Author Topic: DVHL meetings and covid  (Read 1811 times)

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Reply #10:
 July 30, 2020, 01:56:20 PM
I see alot of drunk dads and moms driving home in the future if parents have to stay outside.

Guest

Reply #11:
 July 30, 2020, 02:17:39 PM
So as a semi connected person, I can say that the petitioning meeting is tonight, after which the schedulers will have the divisions.  The plan afaik is for scheduling to begin this weekend.  Yes, the offseason has been compressed because of Covid, but all the proper steps are still happening.  League games can start Sept 12, including Squirts.  Mites are also bumped up a month and will start the first weekend in October, but their scheduling will be delayed two weeks.

Parents may not be allowed in the rinks, but that is up to the state, county, local govt, and the rink operator, not the league.  It sucks because I want to watch my kid play, but we parents will find a way to make due.

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Reply #12:
 July 30, 2020, 02:36:00 PM
Biggest scam ever, no spectators, and no rink barn! Rinks, clubs, and coaches can do whatever they want, 24/7, with no video or audio recording! Perfect for ALL abusers! You gotta be crazy to give them ONE DIME! Watch as rinks go bankrupt, close, and KEEP THE MONEY! Black Bear at the top of the list. Why are they continuing to buy rinks during COVID? To collect tens and millions of dollars in fees up front, and then file Chapter 13 and close! Black Bear is smarter than TRUMP!

A company, such as Black Bear, would not be eligible to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Assuming any rink filed a Chapter 11, the entire purpose of the filing would be for the rink to continue operations. Monies are paid to the club, not the rink, so money in the club accounts would not be part of the estate if the rink filed. This bankruptcy conspiracy theory doesn't make any sense from a legal point of view, or a common sensical view point.

Guest

Reply #13:
 July 30, 2020, 03:12:14 PM
Having kids play with no spectators is better than not playing at all.

Since LiveBarn works about 10% of time, maybe a parent can sneak in and Facebook Live it.

Guest

Reply #14:
 July 30, 2020, 03:53:20 PM
WTF does AAA have to do with any of this, dumbass. Lol

Guest

Reply #15:
 July 30, 2020, 04:11:03 PM
So as a semi connected person, I can say that the petitioning meeting is tonight, after which the schedulers will have the divisions.  The plan afaik is for scheduling to begin this weekend.  Yes, the offseason has been compressed because of Covid, but all the proper steps are still happening.  League games can start Sept 12, including Squirts.  Mites are also bumped up a month and will start the first weekend in October, but their scheduling will be delayed two weeks.


Funny that you say that this off season has been compressed. If they are starting the scheduling process this weekend, that's still 2-3 weeks earlier than it use to be. The final declaration meeting use to be the middle of August and we then wouldn't get a finalized schedule till almost the end of August. They finally moved this stuff up like 2 years ago.

As far about being allowed in the rink, I am not a covid denier or anti-masker, but I think a limited number of people should be allowed in the rink, maybe a percentage based on capacity or strict hard cap. On average, I can't imagine more than 30 people between both teams are there watching. Besides Rink 3 at Oaks and Hatfield Green, most rinks are big enough for a limited number of people to be in there and properly social distance.  Only parents from that game are allowed in and then need to leave when the game ends, then people from the next game can come in.


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Reply #16:
 July 30, 2020, 10:10:22 PM
Just for clarification. The DVHL board does not make the rules. The rules are submitted and voted on by the club’s.

Guest

Reply #17:
 July 31, 2020, 12:38:55 AM
Right now in PA the order remains only 25 people total per rink surface, including players,  coaches and officials. Anything more is reportable to law enforcement and Department of Health. And it will get reported, with LiveBarn video as proof.

Also, driving your kid anywhere farther than a couple miles would be out of the region, and not what USA Hockey or CDC is condoning. You want to shut down every club and rink in the league in one weekend?

Guest

Reply #18:
 July 31, 2020, 01:06:35 AM
For kids going back to school in building, if the school has a closure due to COVID-19 cases and kids are sent home for two week, we are assuming those kids should not be getting on the ice during those 14 days as well. 

What will  be the tracking on this and what repercussions for players and for teams who allow kids to play who are supposed to be quarantining for any reason?

Guest

Reply #19:
 July 31, 2020, 11:26:40 AM
My question is about the procedures during games. Players are supposed to be social distancing on the benches but so far we haven't seen teams doing that in the rinks in central PA. Kids are sitting practically on top of each other during scrimmages and coaches aren't wearing masks. How are these rinks and teams getting away with this? It's like they are trying to shut us down before we even get started. It's supposed to be 6 feet apart or wearing masks when on benches.

 

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