As you know, the Governor has put all youth sports on a one month pause. While we all were disappointed for our kids, we have to comply with the executive orders. So, how are we planning for this, below are some frequently asked questions.
1) Is there going to be a refund on hockey dues already paid? At this time, we are not planning on refunds. If the pause goes beyond a month we will discuss how to fairly distribute refunds while maintaining minimum balances in DLYHA accounts.
2) Are games and tournaments that were missed going to be rescheduled? We will do our best to get tournaments rescheduled and as many games as possible. This will depend on ice availability at home and away.
3) Is the season going to be extended? There are discussions at District 15 and Mn Hockey on extending the hockey season into March and possibly April, depending on when the Governor allows youth sports to resume.
4) Do you have to sell your hockey raffle tickets? Yes, you still need to sell your raffle tickets. We have already purchased nearly $30,000 in prizes and per state law we need to draw for those prizes on the date specified on the ticket, Feb 11, 2021. There are still 19 families that haven't picked up their tickets. Please contact Mike Engum to set up a time to get your tickets.
If there are other questions please contact myself or another board member, our contact info is on the DLYHA website. I wish you all a Happy and COVID-free Thanksgiving! Take care,
Due to the increase in Covid cases the following have been postponed:
We will NOT have concessions at this time, however there are vending machines with snacks and drinks.
Hockey season is here. Just a few reminders on the expectations for practice:
Scott Bjerke is our DLYHA COVID connection. If you have been exposed, please contact him. He will follow the necessary steps to identify, inform, and keep our teams safe. Contact him at 218-535-1605.
DLYHA Promotes Healthy Living
"DLYHA promotes healthy living on and off the ice.
DLYHA does not endorse or prohibit any activity outside of the arena.
A good healthy balance of sport, academics, and family is our goal."