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    COVID-19 Protocols for the New Hampshire Ice Hockey Associations & Rinks

    The individual New Hampshire Ice Hockey Associations and Rinks have provided the information on their COVID-19 protocols. Since there are different protocols from association to association or rink to rink we have created this central location where they are able to post the information. If your team is planning to play any team from these associations or at a particular ice rink, please review the specific protocols that are in place for them. In some circumstances, you may need to fill out forms prior or at the rink in order to play or be a spectator. NHAHA is not the governing body on how these protocols are developed or enforced around the state.

    Attention Members COVID-19 Testing Assistance

    Dear NHAHA Community

    We understand there has been issues with parents, coaches, and staff obtaining their COVID-19 testing that is being required by the state of New Hampshire before the deadline of Friday, November 6. 

    In partnership with ConvenientMD they are providing NHAHA member associations their own testing scheduling at their Manchester Satellite facility.  Please have your members take advantage of this opportunity for testing just for NHAHA members.  

    Dates: Saturday, October 31 - Tuesday, November 3

    Times: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    Location: 728 Massabesic Street, Manchester, NH

    Cost: $125.00 (Negotiated discount from their normal price of $175)

    The flyer below will give all of the information about the testing.

    Thank you,

    NHAHA Executive Board

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      SafeSport Website

      The safety of its participants is of paramount importance to USA Hockey. USA Hockey SafeSport is the organization's program related to off-ice safety.

      SafeSport Conditions

      It is the policy of USA Hockey that those participants who (1) have regular, routine or frequent access to or supervision over minor participants (e.g., coaches, team managers, chaperones, etc.), (2) are responsible for enforcing child abuse and misconduct policies, (3) are in managerial or supervisory roles of a USA Hockey Member Program, and (4) are new and current employees and/or volunteers of a USA Hockey Member Program, shall complete the SafeSport appropriate training training PRIOR to that person’s participation (on-ice or off ice) .

      SafeSport Questions?

      Cam Stoddard

      Cam Stoddard

      USA Hockey NHAHA SafeSport Coordinator

      Phone: (603) 686-3160