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Effective 1/17/2021
 
The Connecticut Rink Owner Association's Return to Play Rules and Guidelines, developed in conjunction with the State of Connecticut, will allow for the resumption of full team practices (Step 1) on 1/19/2021 with in-state games (Step 2) beginning 2/1/2021. (CIAC high school games will commence 2/8/2021)
 
Click HERE to view the full State of Connecticut Return to Play Rules and Guidelines Document
 
  1. All patrons will enter through the main entrance of ETR.  Rink entry through DK’s Hockey Shop will be prohibited.  Exit will be through the side door in the ETR lobby.  There will be signage to direct foot traffic.
  2. Per the state mandate, cloth face coverings (masks) must be worn by everyone inside an arena at all times. This includes participants during on-ice practice and game play.
  3. The parking lot shall not be used as informal meeting spaces for teams or parents prior to, during and after events. Congregating in groups larger than 6 is prohibited by state mandate.
  4. Locker rooms will be open.  No equipment bags will be allowed in an arena with the exception of goalies and officials.  Players must arrive to the arena fully dressed with the exception of skates (coming into the arena with skate guards on is ideal), gloves and helmets. Exceptions may be made for goalies, who must arrive a minimum of half dressed.
  5. Players must not enter the arena prior to 10 minutes before the start of their scheduled ice time. They must exit the arena no later than 10 minutes following the conclusion of their ice time.
  6. In accordance with State of CT Reopening Youth Sports, one (1) spectator, per player, will be allowed in arena during Step 1. While it is important to limit the number of people in the facility as much as possible, there may be circumstances in which a parent or guardian must also bring in young siblings. This will be allowed, but should be limited as much as possible. Children over the age of 2 should be wearing masks at all times and should not be interacting with other children or adults outside of their household while inside the facility.
  7. Dryland activities will not be allowed inside the arena common areas.
  8. All players, coaches, parents and guardians must complete the Enfield Twin Rinks COVID-19 Waiver prior to entering ETR.
Above all, if you are not feeling well, please stay home. 
 
We appreciate everyone’s patience and cooperation in adhering to these new guidelines and ask that all patrons abide by ETR staff direction.
 
All areas of use at ETR, including common areas, locker rooms, player benches and other “high touch” surfaces, will be cleaned after each hour and operational areas within ETR will be disinfected each night.

 

All players, coaches and spectators must sign the Enfield Twin Rinks COVID-19 Waiver before entering the facility.

Scan the QR code with your cell phone camera to be taken to the waiver.


Registration for the Ice Skating School at ETR Saturday - Winter 2021 and Monday - Winter 2021 sessions is now open!  Click on the link below for more information and to register.

WITH REDUCED BUILDING CAPACITIES DUE TO COVID-19 GUIDELINES THERE IS LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE IN THESE SESSIONS.


Registration for the Explosive Hockey Winter 2021 and Summer 2021 camps is now open!  Click on the link below for more information and to register.

WITH REDUCED BUILDING CAPACITIES DUE TO COVID-19 GUIDELINES THERE IS LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE IN THESE SESSIONS.


Registration for the ETR Winter/Spring 2021 Adult and Over 40 leagues is coming soon!


 

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Enfield Twin Rinks has served the Northern Connecticut / Western Massachusetts region for over 45 years.  Built during the ‘Bobby Orr era’, ETR has two ice sheets modeled after the original Boston Garden, twelve locker rooms and a full service pro shop operated by DK’s Hockey Shop.  Current and former NHL players, including Craig Janney, Bill Guerin, Chris Clark, Scott Lachance and Ron Hainsey have called Enfield Twin Rinks their home over the years. 

ETR is the current home to four local high school teams, two youth hockey organizations, a women's hockey club, the Ice Skating School at Enfield Twin Rinks and the area's largest and most competitive adult league.