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Registration for Phase II - UPDATED
Submitted By Andrea Maillet on Monday, February 15, 2021
Registration is open for Phase II of the season. Due to the shortened length of Phase II registration will only be open until February 20th at 5pm and space is limited so register early to avoid missing out.

Phase II will begin February 22 and run until the end of March. Due to current restrictions in the red level of the provincial framework teams will consist of a maximum of 10 players. We will do our best to keep team rosters similar to Phase I but some changes will be necessary.

Program Outline

It is our goal to offer ALL participants 2 sessions per week regardless of level or age. However with increased arena protocols and restrictions we are unable to guarantee this currently which is why we are breaking down registration into 2 parts. 

Part I: $55 - guarantees 5 x skates during Red 
Part II: $75 - if we move to Orange or if when registration closes we can schedule a second skate per player - 5 x skates 
 

Registration fees will be charged in two installments for all participants. The first installment of $55 will be charged at the time of registration to secure a space. The first installment includes a refund for all players of $20 for the week of missed ice time in December. The $55 fee covers the first five ice times for each player. If the London Area moves from red to orange and we are able to offer two ice times per week you will be charged the second installment. The second installment is $75.

Your cost in the registration site will show as $130.

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All players must select the payment plan option. $55 will be charged at the time of registration and $75 will be charged at a later date.

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YOU CAN NOT CHOOSE ONE OR THE OTHER - By registering you are accepting the terms and costs above.

We've put together some additional information that may answer some of the questions you have about the phase II program.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we get our program started again. We look forward to seeing you on the ice. 

Can new players register for phase II?

We are currently only registering players who participated in phase I programming.

If you wish to be added to a WAITLIST for possible open spots for PHASE II you must send an email to [email protected] 

Please include your childs Birth year, name and phone #. 

Program costs will be the following for NEW Players. 

Part I - Red - $75
Part II - Orange - $75 
Insurance - $50 

We are a charged a non prorated insurance cost for all NL particopants that were part of Phase I fees.

 

How long is phase II?

Phase II ice times will run for five weeks beginning February 22 and ending March 28th. 

Can I register my player once we move to orange?

All players who wish to play in phase II must have a paid registration by before phase II begins. We will not be taking any registrations once skates begin.


Will teams be the same as phase I?

We hope to be able to keep the teams as close to what we had in phase I as possible but there may be some changes.

Will dressing rooms be open?

As long as London remains in the red level of the provincial framework players will not have access to the dressing rooms. Players must arrive at the area fully dressed. Space will be available in the lobby to tie skates only. Players will be required to leave the arena fully dressed.

Are spectators allowed?

One spectator per player is allowed to watch from the designated areas.


Is my player required to wear a mask on the ice?

Players are required to wear a mask while in the lobby. Masks for players are not required while on the ice. Spectators and coaches are required to wear a mask at all times, including on the ice for coaches.

Will players be required to check in on Javelin?
We will still be using Javelin for player check in. Spectators will continue to use the City of London paper form. 

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