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CJ's Brewing Company continues curbside and is open with limiting restrictions (see below)
GVN is open with limiting restrictions (see below)
The Summer Drive-In Movies at USA Hockey Arena are open with limiting restrictions (click the link)
On June 5, MAHA published their “Returning to the Game 2020-2021 Season” plan. It is extremely detailed and tied to re-opening the State of Michigan as determined by Governor Whitmer. We are currently digesting its content and will provide direction here. We appreciate your patience as we navigate this season.
CJ's opened for in-restaurant dining on Monday June 8 with limited hours and seating.
Curbside will continue. Call (734) 453-4455 for more information.
CJ's is also providing concessions and carry out for the Summer Drive-In Movies at USA Hockey Arena.
CJ's is monitoring all employees' health conditions as well as adhering to local, state and national recommendations and guidelines.
GVN opened June 8 for outdoor activity. Call (312) 620-1461 for more information.
GVN is monitoring all employees' health conditions as well as adhering to local, state and national recommendations and guidelines.
Status of Compuware Youth Hockey-
The suspension of play and all activity continues indefinitely until restrictions mandated by Governor Whitmer are relaxed. We will continue to communicate as appropriate.
From MAHA: “Effective Immediately the MAHA Executive Committee is prohibiting any tryouts, formation of teams, offering of contracts, recruiting etc. for ALL USA Hockey Member programs in the Michigan Affiliate (aka: Everyone) until further notice. This includes all levels of Youth and Girls hockey, for which tryouts were originally to take place in either March or April.” Click here to read the MAHA order.
USA Hockey and MAHA Development Camps-
USA Hockey cancelled the camp for the 2005 birth year. Click here for the detail on the 2005 camp cancellation and the 2003 and 2004 birth year camps.
In Michigan, all Boys District Camps have been cancelled. The Midget Camp at Taylor and the Bantam Camp at LSSU have not officially been cancelled. Click here for the detail from MAHA.
Status of USA Hockey Arena-
The Arene is closed until at least April 14. Further announcements by Governor Whitmer will factor into the opening of the rink and its operational status. As of now, both sheets of ice have been removed and will need to be reinstalled prior to any ice rentals.
With the recent events going on, HockeyTV has decided to open up HockeyTV to allow the world the ability to view everything on HockeyTV for free!
March 17, 2020
Compuware Youth Hockey is extending our suspension of all activities until March 31. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will apprise you with updates.
LANSING, MI (WILX) Governor Gretchen Whitmer has signed an executive order to temporarily close theaters, bars, and casinos, limiting restaurants to carry-out and delivery orders.
Under the order, Gov. Whitmer's office the order applies to restaurants, cafes, coffee houses, bars, taverns, brewpubs, distilleries, clubs, movie theaters, indoor and outdoor performance venues, gymnasiums, fitness centers, recreation centers, indoor sports facilities, indoor exercise facilities, exercise studios, spas, and casinos.
Friday March 13 7:00pm
Dear Compuware Youth Hockey Families-
First, thank you for your patience and support as we collectively navigate an evolving COVID-19 response plan. Compuware Youth Hockey is focused primarily on the safety and welfare of its players and families.
As a result, consistent with the Governor's directive yesterday relating to statewide school closings, coupled with the nationwide shutdowns in sports and with an abundance of caution, Compuware Youth Hockey will be shut down effective immediately until March 23. In that regard, all Compuware Youth Hockey activities are now suspended including all on and off ice activities.
We will remain vigilant in monitoring the ongoing guidance provided by our health officials, and in sharing timely and accurate information to the extent possible. The Compuware Youth Hockey Board of Directors will revisit this issue in the coming week, as things develop, and will determine how best to proceed. This is evolving and fluid. We will, of course, continue to be in communication with USA Hockey, MAHA, USA Hockey Arena and with our association members.
Effectively immediately, anyone penalized under Rule 601 (e.3) will receive a match penalty, which carries a five-minute penalty, disqualification from that game, and suspension from further participation until such time the governing Affiliate or junior league has conducted a hearing to review the matter.
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