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Protecting our guests and employees is our number one priority. With that priority in mind, Hobomock Sports Center is taking numerous steps to reduce the potential for COVID-19 spread in this facility. Some of these steps include enhanced cleaning and sanitation procedures as well as comprehensive physical distancing protocols. For the health and safety of our employees, guests, and participants we ask everyone to follow the following rules: 

Everyone will ENTER through the Rink 1 Door. 


ALL PLAYERS will come into the rink fully dressed. 


NO Dressing or Undressing allowed inside the rinks 

ALL TEAMS—Must provide a Roster with player contact information to the rink, upon 


Arrival, at the Rink 1 Front office. 

All players must arrive at the rink within 15 minutes of getting on the ice. 

Masks must be worn at all times in the rink, 

Masks must be worn by players at all times on & off the ice 

Players must wear face-coverings for face-offs and on the bench. 

Coaches must wear face-coverings 

Referees will be wearing face-coverings on the ice. Using whistle under mask or an electronic whistle 

Only one player in the penalty box at a time—if a second penalty, 2nd player must socially distance on the team bench 

25 players allowed on the playing surface. 2 cohorts of 25 players can be on the ice surface as long as each cohort is kept separated from each other, by at least 14 ft., for the entire time on the ice. 


Locker Rooms --CLOSED 

water refill station is open 

Players under age 21 may have 2 Adult spectators & siblings of the player in the rink 

Players over age 21—No spectators allowed 

Please maintain 6ft of social distancing between you and non-household members 

Hand Sanitizers are available in the Lobby of Rink 1 and in the wall in Rink 2 

All players must leave the rink within 15 minutes of getting off the ice. 

EVERYONE will Exit to the parking lot will be out the Rink 2 Doors. 

Pro Shop is temporarily closed. 

You will notice our staff sanitizing commonly used areas more often. 

For the health and safety of our employees, guests, and participants we ask everyone to follow the following rules: 

- Wear a face mask at all times when inside the facility 

- Do not enter the facility if you feel ill, have a fever or cough, or are short of breath. 

- Do not enter the facility if you have been in close physical contact within the last 14 days with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. 

- Abide by physical distancing rules by keeping 6 feet (about two arms lengths) away from others. 

- Cover your coughs and sneezes. 

- Use hand sanitizer before entering the facility. 

- If you have a medical history that places you in a high-risk category for COVID-19, we recommend that you do not enter. 


As of Saturday November 7, 2020, we are allowed to get back on the ice with modifications... These modifications, in addition to all protocols currently in place, are required for all Ice Hockey in the state of Massachusetts including all Youth, Adult, Private, High School, etc., Programs and Groups. 

These modifications may not be the way we want to return to hockey, but at least now we can get back to playing games. Everyone must become informed and follow all the guidelines set forth by the state. 

Thank you for your understanding as we get back on the ice! 


Ron Woodworth 

General Manager 

Hobomock Sports Center 

P.S. Reminder: Alcoholic beverages are not allowed in the facility. 

by posted 11/07/2020
SSC Rule 19 - Please Read


The member towns and coach of each team are responsible for the behavior of the spectators from their town. If the spectators get unruly or abusive during the game, it is up to the direction of the referee to stop the game and determine who is at fault. If it can be determined whom or what town is at fault, they shall forfeit the game. If it cannot be determined who is at fault or it is unsafe to continue the game, it will be stopped and the Disciplinary Committee will make a decision.

1. The South Shore Conference will establish a discipline committee to investigate and conduct a hearing if appropriate, concerning any major incident involving spectator or parent. An officer of the SSC will chair the Discipline Committee. The discipline committee will be comprised of three members of the Executive Board and two Program Directors on a rotating monthly basis.

2. A major incident shall be defined as, but not limited to, the use of obscene or vulgar language, verbal: physical abuse, taunting of players, coaches, officials and throwing of objects in the viewing area, team benches, or ice surface, etc.

3. When a major incident on the ice rink property used by the SSC involving a parent or spectator is brought to the attention of the SSC Executive Board by rink officials, ice officials(referee or timekeepers), incident reports or other programs, the affected programs will be notified by the SSC President or designee.

4. The program(s) will have 48 hours to respond with recommendation for discipline to the chairperson of the Disciplinary Committee. The program will identify everyone involved. If the program’s action is deemed acceptable, no further action shall be taken. If the chairperson of the Discipline Committee deems the program’s recommendation unacceptable and/or inadequate, the individuals involved will immediately be suspended from all SSC activities until the incident is resolved. The Discipline Committee shall convene to investigate the incident and to hold a hearing within one week. All parties involved in the major incident shall attend the discipline hearing.

5. Annually prior to the start of the hockey season, each program will be responsible for sending written or electronic notice to the membership advising them of RULE #19, a copy of the letter will be submitted to the South Shore Conference President no later that the September directors meeting.

by posted 10/09/2020
Please lookup your rink rules before going!!

by posted 10/09/2020


October 7, 2020

Dear USA Hockey Family:

We hope this finds you and your loved ones well and enjoying the Fall. It’s been a challenging time for all of us navigating our way through the pandemic, but the positive attitude of the hockey community has certainly been inspiring.

With the 2020-21 season getting up and running in many places across the country, we wanted to take the chance to reinforce the importance of following local and state guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a whole, our hockey community has done a terrific job in this regard, but we do get some reports of people not following guidelines. It’s important we all do our part and continue to make sure we wash our hands regularly, sanitize equipment, social distance and wear masks (and wear them properly) according to the guidelines.

To help ensure everyone has access to the benefits our sport provides – including physical, social and mental – we must remain vigilant in our efforts to minimize the opportunity for the spread of the virus in our hockey family. We understand that conditions and regulations vary across the country, and while we know frustrations exist, let’s continue to work together for the good of all.

While we know that there are no activities that are risk free as we navigate this pandemic, there are some key factors within our sport that contribute to safety. Consider:

  • Hockey players are covered in equipment head to toe (unlike most other sports).
  • Ice rinks have significant HVAC systems to regularly circulate fresh air into the facility.
  • USA Hockey provides a controlled environment with players having to register and those players rostered on a team.  It is known exactly who is on the ice; groups are together for the season; and there is no co-mingling.
  • Studies show players are within a six-foot radius of another player for less than three minutes per game. Players are on average on “immediate proximity” (actual contact with another player) for under two seconds per incident.
  • With the significant size of the playing surface and facilities, there are responsible ways forward to conduct the sport keeping social distancing and hygiene at the forefront.

In conjunction with input from a wide group of stakeholders, including medical professionals, affiliates, and our rinks partners, among others, USA Hockey has published Return to the Rinks Guidelines and Mitigating Risks Recommendations, along with other resources, to assist programs across the country in safely returning to the sport in relation to COVID-19. You can find all of our resources related to COVID-19 online at usahockey.com/playersafety.

Yours in hockey,

Jim Smith
Pat Kelleher
Executive Director




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by posted 10/09/2020
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by posted 06/29/2017
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