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Practices have resumed
Jan 19, 2021, 2:50 pm

Minor hockey practices have resumed

Hockey practices for all age groups have resumed, starting the week of Jan 18.

Practices will continue on our regular schedule unless we have further restrictions put in place by health officials or provincial sport organizations such as BC Hockey or Via Sport.     

Coaches and parents should be aware that all associations operated under the auspices of BC Hockey, including the Lillooet association, are now operating under Phase 2 guidelines.

Current guidelines require:

  • Players on the ice must maintain a physical distance of three metres from one another and do not engage in handshaking, high fives, hugging, etc.
  • The focus is on activities that have a low risk of COVID-19 virus transmission (i.e. can maintain three metres physical distance). This means no scrimmages or activities involving contact.
  • Spectators are not allowed.
  • Facial coverings are mandatory for everyone in the arena, with the exception of players and coaches on the ice surface.
  • Games, tournaments and competitions are temporarily suspended for teams.

Game Day Procedures
Nov 3, 2020, 6:47 am

Lillooet Game Day Procedures announced

The Lillooet Minor Hockey Association, in conjunction with the Lillooet & District REC Centre, has outlined their Game Day Procedures for minor hockey games for the 2020-2021 season.

  • Visiting teams will be required to provide a completed contact tracing and screening form, including full name, phone number and email address of all players and team officials prior to entering the building. This should be provided to Home Team Covid-Ambassador at the door.
  • Home team to assign Covid Ambassador to screen and collect contact tracing information on everyone entering the building.
  • Maximum capacity of the building is 50. This includes 2 staff, 21 spots for Visiting Teams, 22 spots for Home Team, 3 referees, 2 scorekeepers.
  • Teams to maintain physical distancing inside and outside of building at all times.
  • All players, coaches and volunteers must enter the Arena through main arena doors, one set of double doors for entry and second set of double doors for exit.
  • Masks are mandatory for ALL entrants to the building.
  • Teams to enter no sooner than 15 minutes before  game time. Should come dressed in as much gear as possible. Teams may use assigned dressing rooms (3 per team) but must obey posted occupancy limits.
  • No showers.
  • No spectators allowed.
  • Coaches and other non-players on players’ benches must wear masks.
  • Teams to disinfect dressing rooms before they leave. Disinfectant provided.
  • Teams to exit building no later than 15 minutes after game time.
  • No spitting allowed on the ice or benches or anywhere in the facility .
  • Everyone must follow basic COVID safety rules at all times: 
    • Do not enter the building if you are sick or have flu symptoms
    • Always maintain a physical distance of 2 metres
    • Wash your hands frequently
    • Cough or sneeze into your sleeve
    • Wear a mask

While procedures may vary somewhat in different facilities, Lillooet's procedures are similar to procedures for many other facilities in the Okanagan-Mainline Amateur Hockey Association (OMAHA) region.

A written copy of these procedures can be downloaded from the Downloads section of this website.

Drive-In Movie
Jul 3, 2018, 5:40 pm

Interior Savings and Minor Hockey host Drive-In Movie

Interior Savings and the Lillooet & District Minor Hockey Association successfully hosted a Drive-In Movie event at the Lillooet Airport on Saturday, August 22.

Interior Savings graciously sponsored this drive-in movie to allow Lillooet Minor Hockey to host a COVID-19 safe fundraising event. The movie was shown on a giant inflatable screen set up on the paved apron adjacent to the Lillooet Airport runway. Only those in vehicles were allowed to attend. 

This year’s movie event was Disney-Pixar’s Onward, an animated tale of two sibling elves who embark on a quest to find out if there is any magic left in the world.

“We want to thank Interior Savings for allowing us to once again host this fundraising event. These Movie Nights have raised over $30,000 for our organization over the last 8 years. Interior Savings bent over backwards to help us create a COVID-19 safe event in this difficult year,” said Heather Holt, event coordinator for Lillooet Minor Hockey.

Local sponsors for this event were: Lillooet Dental Clinic, Lillooet Medical Clinic, Bridge River Band (Xwisten), Shulaps Service Centre, Pharmasave, Buy Low Foods, Cayoose Creek Band (Sekw'el'was), T’it’q’et, North Canyon Contracting Inc.

Links to Register New and Returning Players for 2019-2020
Apr 21, 2017, 9:54 am

Online Registration

The online link and instructions for registering returning players is now available under Returning Player Registration on the Menu on the left hand side of this website.

The link is also available under Links on the Menu on the left hand side of this website. The link is entitled Hockey Canada Registration.

To register new players click on LDMHA New Player Registration on the menu at left and fill in the online form.


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