Return to Hockey Resources

Hockey Calgary has actively engaged with Hockey Canada, Hockey Alberta and our Member Associations in developing a ‘Return to Hockey’ plan that allows our young athletes to get back on the ice and enjoy the benefits of the great game of hockey. Hockey Calgary will operate under the current Government and Alberta Health guidelines and restrictions.

The safety of our participants is of utmost importance as we return to hockey for the 2020-21 season. A coordinated and cooperative effort from all stakeholders is necessary in order to bring hockey back to minor hockey players in Calgary. Thank you in advance for your support and strict adherance to the guidelines in place. 

Below you will find a variety of resources.

Return to Hockey Plans

Return to Hockey - Community, House, and Rec - UPDATED August 27

Return to Hockey - Elite - UPDATED August 31


Contact Tracing and Symptom Screening via TeamSnap:

'Health Check' Parent Guide

Hockey Alberta requires all members (Hockey Calgary and its member associations) to track all participants and their interactions, maintaining records in a secure location for 14 days from completion of activity. This is to be done as part of a daily check-in procedure for participants.

In the unfortunate event that a participant contracts the COVID-19, Alberta Health will require detailed information on timing and interactions of the participant. If the information is well organized and easy to access, it will be easier for AHS to keep everyone safe and stop any potential spread, all while keeping our programs running across the city. It is paramount that we have an effective tool for contact tracing and symptom screening. Together we must take this seriously for the safety and well-being of our participants and our program.

Hockey Calgary and member associations will use TeamSnap's 'Health Check' to fulfill contract tracing and symptom screening requirements. 

Printable 'Health Check Form - Please read the above guide first

Printable Error Correction Form - Please read the above guide first


Other Safety Resources:

Government of Alberta - Symptoms

Government of Alberta - Isolation Requirements

Hockey Canada Safety Guidelines

Hockey Canada Roles and Responsibilites

Hockey Canada Reporting a Positive COVID-19 Case