Last updated: February 8, 2021
We know this season has been a challenging one for KC players and our whole KC family. We’re doing everything we can to help keep everyone updated, and get our players back on the ice just as soon as possible. We’ll be posting the most recent information here so check back often.
February 8, 2021: Hockey Alberta releases a bulletin explaining that a clarification on the rules regarding return to play now means two groups of 10 players/coaches are allowed on the ice at a time, one on each end. All the other rules of physical distancing and so are on are still in place. KC is working hard to get scheduled drafted that will get our players back on the ice in the very near future.
February 7, 2021: Hockey Edmonton releases a bulletin outlining which activities are permitted and how they must be managed. Games are not allowed, a maximum of 10 participants (Including coaches), and physical distancing at all times are just a few of the new rules.
February 6, 2021: The Government of Alberta announces a loosening of restrictions that will allow youth teams to train together in groups of 10 or less (including coaches), while still prohibiting games. At this time we are still working out exactly how we will be able to get our teams back on the ice but we will have more details very soon.
February 2, 2021: Hockey Edmonton announces that due to the limits on team sports this season they will be reducing fees for Edmonton players, but did not say how much the reductions will be. When we are able to find out more about exactly what will be possible this season, and what fee reductions we will be getting from Hockey Edmonton and Hockey Alberta, we will inform parents about the fee reductions we can provide our KC families.
February 2, 2021: Hockey Alberta announces that because of ongoing restrictions in Alberta they will be cancelling league games. They say they are looking at ways they can get players back on the ice for some kind of a modified season, or a limited ‘development’ season.