Summer/Fall 2020 Schedule
The PCC arena plans to re-open August 3rd. ( There is a possibility it will open July 20th. That is to be determined.) The schedule is posted on the BenchApp site. We will have 2 sessions each day…. Mondays & Fridays.
– Only 10 players/team for each session. Sign up for just 1 session.
– Temperature and health questionnaire taken when you enter.
– Wear mask when entering & leaving the arena.
– Bring a dark (prefer red) and light (prefer white) jersey
– The arena will open at 8:00am. First 45 minutes is rehab time.
– Session A will start at 9:00am. 60 minutes run time.
– Session B will start at 10:10am. 60 minute run time.
– Players are to keep distance in the locker room.
– Players are to keep distance on the bench.
– No showers after the session.
– Use restroom in the lobby of arena.
– Cost $12 per session.
Drop In sessions will be at the PCC Arena on Monday and Friday mornings. (PCC = Plymouth Cultural Center)
For Drop-In Hockey you must sign in using the BenchApp application. Respond IN or OUT after you receive the email invitation. The email sign-in notice goes out 1 day prior to each session. (ex: Email goes out Thursday at 10:16 am for the Friday session.)
Rules: No dangerous play is allowed.
No body checking, pushing, elbow, slash, hook, chop, trip, NO DANGEROUS PLAY. This is not league hockey; it is recreational hockey with lots of skating, passing, etc.
No puck or ice hog is allowed, pass a lot….skate hard & fast & get off the ice at the buzzer.
No slap shots especially with people in front of the net.
No retaliation is allowed.
If there is an injured player, please stop the play immediately.
Do not abuse the goalie. No chopping at the mitt or blocker after they smother the puck.
Let the defensive team take the puck over the blues after a goal, off sides, puck out, or goalie smother the puck.
If there is a problem between skater’s, please try to be adult & nicely talk to each other, or please see me or whoever is organizing the skate. Let’s play fun hockey, never play anyone too hard & give novice skaters a chance to touch the puck.
Over 60 Hockey web site: www.over60hockey.com