Casco Bay Hockey Association (CBHA), in conjunction with USA Hockey, the Maine Amateur Hockey Association (MEAHA), the Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention (Maine CDC), local government officials, and local arena staff have developed the following organizational policy related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
How long does a player or coach that tests positive for COVID 19 have to wait before returning to hockey (regardless of vaccination status)?
What happens if multiple players on the same team test positive?
Casco Bay COVID Committee will evaluate the above scenario and could possibly hold the team off the ice for a specified period of time to stop the spread of the outbreak.
Casco Bay Hockey will follow the guidance of the Maine CDC regarding notification and contact tracing. Our intention is to be as candid and forthcoming as possible while respecting the privacy of every member. The Casco Bay Hockey COVID Committee reserves the right to have rules that are different than current Maine CDC and/or US CDC rules based on our best judgment of our sport and how to keep players safe. The Committee also reserves the right to examine the application of our rules to each exposure situation and make exceptions when necessary.
USA Hockey Player Safety and Health: https://www.usahockey.com/playersafety
Click here or the document link below to download the Casco Bay Hockey Participant Agreement.
FMI/Questions about Casco Bay Hockey's guidelines please click email@example.com to email Matt Lambert.
Last updated 10/7/2022