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Welcome to Wonderland Wizards - Our Mission Statement

The mission of the Wonderland Wizards Youth Hockey Association is to provide an outstanding educational-athletic organization,
such that every child, through their participation in the program can enjoy a positive, character building sports experience.

Emphasis will always be placed on education, personal development and sportsmanship.
The individual role of players, coaches and parents will be defined and maintained to create a positive culture in which all can honor the game.

And above all else,

“it’s always about the kids”

 

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WONDERLAND WIZARDS COVID-19 GAME & PRACTICE POLICIES
11/11/2020
  Return to play phase 1 guidelines for Practices: Updated January...
WONDERLAND WIZARDS HOUSE LEAGUE
08/12/2020
WONDERLAND WIZARDS YOUTH HOCKEY   HOUSE LEAGUE 2020-2021...
WONDERLAND WIZARDS COVID-19 REFUND INFORMATION
07/14/2020
The Wonderland Wizards anticipate having a full hockey season beginning...
 
WONDERLAND WIZARDS COVID-19 GAME & PRACTICE POLICIES

 

Return to play phase 1 guidelines for Practices: Updated January 21, 2021 

Protocol policy implemented by the State of Connecticut, which are subject to change at any time.

We will continue to monitor any development and report updates as they become available so please check back often. 

Health and Safety:

  • Has a temperature of 100.4 degrees or more; even if you are not sick, you must stay home! Temperatures will be taken for everyone entering the rink. 
  • Do not come to the rink if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 or ANY other illness. Experiencing any symptoms – stay home! Please use common sense.
  • Do not come to the rink while you are someone in your immediate family is waiting for the results of a Covid-19 test. 
  • Everyone should practice good hygiene – wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently, including before entering and leaving the rink, carry extra hand sanitizer, and cleaning wipes. 

Mask Policy and Social Distancing:

Per the state mandate, cloth face coverings (masks) must always be worn by everyone inside an arena. This includes all participants during on-ice practice and games.

The CCM and Bauer masks that attach to the helmet are no longer allowed.  The DPH has determined that ANY face covering that attaches to the helmet, cage, or full-face shield is not approved for use as a compliant face covering. There will be NO MEDICAL exemptions allowed by the DPH.

Players and Coaches need to wear a close-fitting mask that covers both the nose and mouth. A mask must fit snugly against the sides of the player's face and have no gaps.  Acceptable face coverings need to follow the guidance issued by the CDC.

  • In addition to wearing a mask, all INDIVIDUALS should be practicing social distancing and keep themselves 6 feet apart from one another while in and outside the rink.

Coaches/Players/Spectators Arriving at the Rink:

  • All Players cannot and should not arrive at the rink more than 10 minutes before starting their scheduled on-ice activities. Anyone arriving earlier than 10 minutes before their start time must wait outside of the facility and stay socially distant from others, not from your household.
  • Players must arrive at the rink fully dressed, except for skates, helmet, and gloves; if you have guards and can come into the rink with your skates on, even better. Goalies must arrive a minimum of half-dressed.
  • Whenever possible, players should use the restroom at home before leaving for the rink to limit bathroom use at any facility.
  • NO Hockey Bags are allowed in the rink except for the goalies. Players may bring a tiny bag to carry essential items only. 
  • Locker rooms are closed to everyone and may not be used for dressing, meetings, or equipment storage.
  • Players should be bringing their own rehydration liquids to the rink in clearly marked or labeled containers with the player’s identity. For sanitary reasons, players should not plan on refilling their bottles at the rink.
  • There should be no sharing of any protective hockey equipment or water bottles with any player.
  • No on or off ice interaction (socializing, team meetings, dryland activities) should occur following the practice conclusion. Players must remove skates and helmets and leave the premises within 10 minutes of the end of practice.
  • The parking lot shall not be used as informal meeting spaces for teams or parents before, during, and after events. Congregating in groups larger than 6 is prohibited by state mandate.
  • Spectators during practices: Per State of CT Reopening Youth Sports, ONLY one(1) spectator, per player, will be allowed in the rink. 
  • Regarding siblings: While it is essential 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 for practices but should be limited as much as possible. 
  • Children over the age of 2 should always be wearing masks. Should not be interacting with other children or adults outside of their household while inside the rink. Siblings must be always be supervised by an adult. 
  • Carpooling is not recommended and strongly discouraged. If you need to carpool, all parties must wear face coverings except the driver.

After On-Ice Activities are Completed:

  • No on or off ice interaction (socializing, team meetings, dryland activities) should occur following the practice conclusion. 
  • Players must vacate the rink after practice immediately to allow for the next user group to enter.
  • Players must remove skates and helmets and leave the premises within 10 minutes of the end of practice. 
  • The Parent or person assigned to pick up players should be punctual and not have players waiting. Please check the Wizards Website for practice ending.
  • Stay healthy! While at home, players should regularly wash their jerseys, air out equipment and clean/disinfect their hockey gear after every use. 
  • The rink facilities are cleaned every night. If you have any questions regarding the cleaning at the facility, please contact John Ferguson at the rink.
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by posted 11/11/2020
WONDERLAND WIZARDS HOUSE LEAGUE

WONDERLAND WIZARDS YOUTH HOCKEY

  HOUSE LEAGUE

2020-2021 SEASON

Mites: 2012 and younger

Squirts: 2011/2010

Pee Wee: 2009/2008

Bantam: 2007/2006

 

Session #2 for New Players:

Fee:  $550

January 19, 2021 - April 6, 2021

Registration Links:

Mite Session 2     Squirt Session 2     PeeWee Session 2     Bantam Session 2

 

Session #2 for Returning Players (who participated Session 1):

Fee:  $350

February 16, 2021 - April 6, 2021

Registration Links will be available by 1/31/21:

Mite Session 2     Squirt Session 2     PeeWee Session 2     Bantam Session 2

 

 

SCHEDULES:

Mite

Practice: Tuesdays 5:00pm-5:50pm

Game:  Saturdays 8am-9am

 

Squirt, Pee Wee, Bantam

Practice: Tuesdays 6:00pm-7:00pm

Game:  Saturdays 8am-9am

 

Under the direction of Michael Ferguson

203.645.6349

Please Register Now


by posted 08/12/2020
WONDERLAND WIZARDS COVID-19 REFUND INFORMATION

The Wonderland Wizards anticipate having a full hockey season beginning Tuesday, September 8th and ending with the state tournaments in February or March of 2021.  If the State of Connecticut prohibits the continuation of youth sports, such as ice hockey, in the middle of the season due to Covid-19 mandates or policies, we will first assess the possibility of pausing and extending the season.  We would like to remind our Wizards families that The Wonderland Wizards Youth Hockey Association is a non-profit organization.  We will address the need to issue credits and refunds to our members at the end of the hockey season.


by posted 07/14/2020
Mailing Address
Wonderland Wizards
P.O. Box 55348
Bridgeport, CT 06610

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