UPDATE: PROOF OF VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS
Last Updated: September 16th, 2021
In response to the new COVID-19 measures introduced by the Government of Alberta, proof of vaccination will be required for all ASHL participants and game officials as of September 20th, 2021.
- • Starting September 20th, participants and game officials will be required to present at least one dose of an approved Health Canada vaccine that was administered a minimum of 14 days prior to the date of entry.
- • Starting October 26th, participants and game officials will be required to present proof of a second dose of an approved Health Canada vaccine that was administered a minimum of 14 days prior to the date of entry.
- • Participants with a medical exemption will be required to present documentation from a licensed medical physician upon entry.
• Participants will also be granted entry with proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the past 72 hours (either a PCR or Rapid Test) from a private laboratory. As per Provincial regulations, tests from Alberta Health Services or Alberta Precision Laboratories will not be permitted.
Questions about the new protocols? Click here to e-mail Danny.
*Please note that the Great Plains Recreation Facility is operated by the Calgary Female Sport Development Association. This ASHL league will be run by Dasa Hockey Inc., independent of Canlan Ice Sports Inc., maintaining an affiliation with the ASHL and Hockey Canada through the Affiliate League program.
WE’VE MISSED YOU.
It’s been too long, hasn’t it? As we prepare to drop the puck and get back to the goals, the saves, and the time with your squad, know that your health and safety at the rink will continue to be our top priority.
Let’s talk rules, shall we? We’ll be utilizing a 5-on-5 game format with standard playing rules. Game rosters will have no roster restrictions in effect, as per Stage 3 of Alberta’s re-opening plan.
Safety is the name of the game on-and-off-the-ice. Players will be required to follow any guidelines at the Great Plains Recreational Facility, and the availability of some amenities may be subject to change..
WINTER ’21/22 REGISTRATION
Target Start Date: September 1st* | Target End Date: April 2022*
Games: 30-game guarantee, including a minimum of two (2) playoff games
Divisions: A, B, C, D, E
◾ No restrictions on team roster limit
◾ Games are played Sunday – Thursday at Great Plains Recreational Facility
◾ Ice slots are 75-minutes in length
◾ Live Stats | Insurance through Hockey Canada
◾ 5-minute warm-up | Three (3) x 14-minute periods | 3-on-3 Overtime if time permits
Team Registration: $10,500.00 incl. GST
Deposit: $1,500.00 due asap to secure your team’s spot
Second Payment: $2,250.00 due August 15th
Third Payment: $2,250.00 due September 30th
Fourth Payment: $2,250.00 due November 15th
Final Payment: $2,250.00 due December 31st
Payments may be made using the PayPal buttons at the bottom of the page, or via e-transfer to email@example.com
Space is limited, and once the spots are gone, they’re gone!
Questions before registering? Click here to e-mail Danny.
*TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Season start date is contingent on the Province of Alberta reaching Stage 2 of its re-opening plan, which permits adult team sport gameplay, and is slated for June 10th. In the event that the Province’s entry to Stage 2 happens after July 5th, the target start date will be adjusted. In the event of a later start date, the target end date or the number of guaranteed games may be subject to change. In the event of a reduction in guaranteed games, league fees will be adjusted, commensurate with the number of games that are able to be played. Teams acknowledge that any payments made towards the Winter ’21/22 season may be kept on-file as credits with no cash refunds being issued in the event of an interruption of gameplay at the behest of the Provincial Government or any of its authorized agencies. The availability of on-site amenities, including showers, and accommodation of spectators in the facility will be subject to restrictions and guidelines put in place by the Province of Alberta.
GREAT PLAINS RECREATION FACILITY
This state-of-the-art twin-pad facility is operated by the Calgary Female Sport Development Association. Situated in Southeast Calgary, the 80,000 sq. ft. building features two (2) NHL-sized rinks in addition to large dressing rooms, open concourses, and natural lighting throughout. Operated by Dasa Hockey Inc., the league looks to continue to build on a strong tradition of high-quality recreational hockey leagues playing out of Great Plains.