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Effective October 30, 2020 8:30 pm all APHA Sanctioned Events 

have been cancelled.

               Members will be notified when we can resume.   

                      In the meantime, stay safe, healthy and lets all do our part to get the numbers down so we can get back to the sport  we  all love .



There has been an update from the Government of Manitoba. It reads:


The Winnipeg Metropolitan region will move to the Critical level (red) on the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System effective Monday, November 2nd. The following measures will be put in place:

Sports and Recreation Activities

  • All recreational facilities, group sports, arcades, bowling, etc. Suspended.
  • All indoor and outdoor sports facilities closed.


Hockey Winnipeg is implementing the following directives:

  • Effective Saturday, October 31st ALL Hockey Winnipeg sanctioned activities must cease and are postponed until further notice
  • This is including but not limited to: practices, development sessions, games, exhibition games, dryland workouts and team functions
  • Hockey Winnipeg teams are NOT permitted to travel outside the city to participate in any hockey activities
  • These directives apply to all levels of play within Hockey Winnipeg including U18 AAA
  • A number of facilities are already closed in Winnipeg.  Before going to the rink tonight please check to see if your facility is still open.


Hockey Winnipeg would like to encourage our members to follow the Provincial guidelines, the sooner we can stop the spread of Covid-19 the sooner we can get back to the rink.


When more information becomes available regarding a return to sanctioned activity it will be shared at that time.




Ian McArton

Important Message from Hockey Winnipeg

As we continue to navigate through the challenges presented to us, I would ask that you get the message out to all of your participants about rink protocol. Please ensure that you forward this message out to ALL of your coaches at ALL levels. Please also insist that they forward this information on to ALL PARENTS.

Since this differs from rink to rink, our message is very clear and will apply to all rinks.

Only 1 parent/spectator per player will be permitted.

Arrive just prior to game time and remain in your seat with your mask on the entire time unless using the washroom.


You are there to watch the game/practice - not to socialize or congregate in groups in the lobby. You are either in the rink in your seat, in the washroom, or in your car. There are NO OTHER OPTIONS.****

After the ice time, leave the rink and building and wait in your car for your child without congregating in groups outside of the entrance. The exception to this is obviously younger kids that require assistance.

***This applies to all levels of hockey Male and Female A, AA and AAA.***

The rink staff will not be walking around to enforce rules and get into confrontations, however they WILL report non compliance and that WILL put us at risk of losing our ice privileges' and risk losing our season.

Let's all remember that this is about the children and the many benefits associated with them being active. It is IMPERATIVE that we all follow these rules and enforce compliance at ALL facilities.

September 28, 2020



Hockey Manitoba is pleased to release Version 2 of our Return to Play (RTP) plan as we prepare to enter Phase 3 and the start of regular season competition


Return to Play Plan - Version 2



Phase 3 of Hockey Manitoba’s Return to Play plan involving regular season competition will begin on Thursday October 1, 2020 for Regions, Leagues, and Accredited Sports Schools that have been already approved by Hockey Manitoba. 
All Regions, Leagues, and Accredited Sports Schools were required to submit Protocol Compliance Documents to Hockey Manitoba by September 15, 2020.  At this time, a number of Regions and Leagues have not yet been approved to proceed into Phase 3.

Hockey Manitoba will be posting a list of Regions, Leagues, and Accredited Sports Schools that have been approved for Phase 3 to the Return to Play section of our website on Thursday October 1, 2020.  This list will be updated on a frequent basis.


Effective Monday September 28, 2020, players, coaches, staff, volunteers, spectators, and officials will be required to wear face masks in facilities where Hockey Manitoba-sanctioned activities take place.

Players and officials are not required to wear face masks while on the ice engaging in physical activity but are required to wear masks in the dressing room prior to going on the ice.  Team officials, including coaches, are required to wear face masks while on the bench.

Masks will also be mandatory for all facilitators and participants attending in-person coaching and officiating clinics across the province.

The major updates included in Version 2 of the RTP plan are summarized on page 5 of the Hockey Manitoba Return to Play plan – Version 2.


Following the decision on Friday September 25, 2020 by Manitoba's public health officials to elevate the Pandemic Response System level for the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region to Restricted (orange), Sport Manitoba released an update (included below) which specifically addresses how the Province's announcement affects athletic activity in the province.

The maximum occupancy of 10 people indoors and outdoors and the wearing of masks does not apply to those actively engaging in athletic or fitness activities. 


It is of critical importance that all Provincial Sport Organizations and members continue to follow their Return to Play plans and protocols with emphasis on the fundamentals to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

1. Stay home if you feel sick
2. Wash/sanitize your hands, cover your cough and physically distance 
when you are with people outside of your household                        
3. If you cannot physically distance, you should wear a mask to help 
reduce your risk 
4. Reduce the number of close contacts outside your household,
and avoid closed-in or crowded spaces

For more information on Hockey Manitoba's Return to Play plan, please visit

Thank you.

- Hockey Manitoba


APHA Online Store

.The APHA store will be open due to popular demand

Go to the link below for further information and to order

Your Winter Hawks (male) and Polar Bear (female) gear!

Due to Covid restrictions, we are not allowed to do sizing days so please

contact Kahunaverse directly with any questions.



Hockey Equipment Relief Program

On July 30, 2020, the National Hockey League, NHLPA, Bauer Hockey and Hockey Canada, launched the Hockey Equipment Relief Program to help families financially impacted by COVID-19 get their kids back on the ice.

The application period for the Hockey Equipment Relief Program opens today Friday September 18, 2020, allowing a number of organizations across the country to apply to be a Donation Partner. The application period will remain open until Monday September 28, 2020, followed by equipment distribution between October 12, 2020 and March 1, 2021.

For more information, visit the Hockey Equipment Relief Program website.

Program Overview:

  • The Relief Program launched on July 30, 2020 to help communities re-engage in sports by helping families that have been financially impacted by COVID-19.
  • The program is an equipment donation initiative that includes $2 million of hockey gear, with upwards of 7,000 sets of gear to be distributed to families and communities most in need in the seven Canadian NHL cities, as well as other regions.
  • The donation aspect will be administered nationwide through Donation Partners that have applied and been accepted by the program partners.

 Donation Partners:

  • Donation partners can come from:
    • Seven Canadian NHL teams
    • Hockey Manitoba and local hockey associations
    • Youth organizations – ex. YMCA, community centres
    • Underserved minority groups – Indigenous, Black, LGBTQ, Female, etc.

 Application Process:

  • Above Donation Partners can apply between September 18, 2020 - September 28, 2020.
  • Applications will be reviewed by the program partners, including Hockey Canada and Hockey Manitoba.
  • Accepted applicants will be based on applications and equitable equipment distribution for a region of the country.

Thank you.

- Hockey Manitoba



Apply Now


True North Youth Foundation Hockey Equipment Rentals

The True North Youth Foundation is excited to announce a Hockey Equipment Rental Service to low income families or families who simply can’t afford a set of hockey equipment for the upcoming season.


We will be offering this service at a cost of $100 with a $50 deposit being returned when the equipment is returned in good condition. That’s only $50 for a full set of hockey equipment for a full season!


We will also have an option to purchase a hockey stick for only $20 and a mouthguard for only $5.

Here is the link for registration on our website 

  Here families can register to rent a set of hockey equipment, pay, and sign up for an equipment fitting session at the BellMTS Iceplex. We will be running this program from September 14th to October 18th with equipment being returned at the end of the season.


This is our first year offering this service and we hope to continue to offer it each season and expand on it! We are finalizing our waiver and registration process and hope to launch this Monday, September 14, 2020.


Feel free to pass this information to families who may be in need of this service or people you think would be interested.


More information to come!

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