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Open Hockey

February 1 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 12:00 pm on Monday, repeating until March 22, 2021

Open Hockey

Kinsmen Arena Mondays and Wednesdays 12:00 – 1:30pm 

 $5.00 fee is required, $3.00 for Seniors

What you need to know

Entering and Exiting 

  • Patrons must enter  through the Kinsmen Entrance
  • Doors will open 10 minutes prior to skate time and patrons must exit within 10 minutes after skate time i.e. 1:40 pm
  • All patrons must sign in and review the COVID-19 questions with the employee at the front desk.
  • Patrons displaying symptoms will be asked to leave.
  • Patrons must sanitize their hands upon entry
  • and proceed to Dressing Area B, with directional signage in place as guidance
  • Exit through Red door under the score clock in back of Kinsmen Arena proper when session is over


  • Masks are required at all times within the Centre.
  • Ice users must wear a mask when entering the Centre and masks can only be removed when exiting the dressing area to participate in the Ice session. Masks must be reapplied when the participant returns to the dressing area and can only be removed after exiting the Centre.
  • 6 ft physical distancing must be kept as much as possible;

 Ice Capacity

  • Ice capacity limited to 2o skaters and 2 Goalies on full size ice surface
  • Social distancing (6 feet) on the benches is required.

Dressing Areas

  • Open Hockey is assigned dressing area B  – Kinsmen Dressing rooms 1, 2, 3, & 4 and Ref Room
  • Enter through Kinsmen entrance. Take left to dressing rooms past Minor Hockey Canteen
  • Exit through Red door under the score clock in back of Kinsmen Arena proper when session is over
  • Use of Showers is Prohibited 


  • 6 ft markers to be marked out in the facility for spacing while waiting to get on the ice to maintain social distancing, as well as leaving the facility to maintain the distance inside and outside the facility
  • No participants allowed past the gate at the Control Room.
  • No parking in the back of the building.
  • Water bottles are permitted; however, they must be clearly marked with the participant’s name. Any water bottles left at the facility post sessions will be discarded.
  • No FOOD is permitted in the Centre;
  • All users of the Centre can bring beverages; however, ONLY reusable drink containers will be permitted.
  • Canteens will not be open


  • Civic Centre employees will be scheduled to clean and sanitize, including frequently touched surfaces and washrooms, at least twice per day.
  • The areas sanitized in between sessions will include but not limited to, dressing areas, players boxes, tops of boards, door handles on boards and any high touch areas.
  • Users are reminded to limit touching surfaces as much as possible, and cough or sneeze into a tissue or their elbows when not wearing a mask.

Safety is everyone’s responsibility. The Civic Centre Ice Surface is subject to the same public health protocols as other buildings in the province, and entry may be denied accordingly. Please read more about these protocols at gov.nl.ca/covid-19 and stay home if you are required to do so, or are symptomatic.

Patrons using the rink do so at their own risk. The Corner Brook Civic Centre does not accept responsibility for related risks or injuries.


Note: Civic Centre reserves the right to alter, change and update these guidelines as required. As much notice as possible will be provided with any changes.





February 1


Civic Centre
1 Canada Games Place
Corner Brook, NL A2H 6C9 Canada