Evanston Hockey offers boys and girls from ages 3-18 in the Chicago area the chance to play competitive hockey at house, travel and high school levels


EYHA Summer Camp FAQs

What kind of face coverings are required in order to participate?
Players are required to wear a cloth face covering while waiting for ice times, queuing in line for coaches, and during anytime that 6 feet of social distancing space cannot be maintained.  Anytime a player is not on the ice with a helmet secured, they should be wearing a mask unless instructed by a coach for dryland activities that are socially distanced.  


Coaches and volunteers who are in the presence of players are required to wear a face covering at all times.


Can parents watch the sessions?
Due to facility capacity requirements, only 8U parents or guardians are permitted to watch camp.  8U parents must wear masks and socially distance in the stands.  Unfortunately, no parents or guardians of 10U, 12U, or 14U parents will be permitted to watch sessions.  This includes the walking/running track. 


What are the group sizes?

We will have a capacity for 15 participants per ½ sheet of ice.  


When should we arrive and depart Robert Crown?

  • Players must arrive no more than 10 minutes before (1:10PM) their scheduled ice time of 1:30PM
  • Players must load and depart the Robert Crown parking lot within 10 minutes (4:40PM) of the camp end time of 4:30PM. 
  • Loitering and gathering in the parking lot before and after skating is not permitted. 



Will locker rooms be available?

Only on a limited basis and masks plus distancing must be adhered to at all times:

  • Goalies are allowed access to locker rooms
  • U12 and U14 are allowed to come to the rink dressed and ONLY put skates on in a Locker Room.
  • U8 and U10 CANNOT use locker rooms.

No parents allowed in locker rooms.


Can players change anywhere other than a locker room?

No, only goalies can change in the facility.  This includes the outside planters area.  


Are parents allowed in the locker rooms?

No, parents are prohibited from entering the locker rooms.  If you player needs help dressing, then they must come to the rink fully dressed.  


What do we need to know about equipment, and safe handing of equipment?
Sharing of ANY equipment is prohibited.  Players are not to remove gloves or helmets for the duration of the scheduled ice time.  Players must bring their own filled water bottle and they may not share.  Picking up pucks with bare hands is prohibited.


What about water bottles?
Absolutely no sharing of water bottles. Please bring a filled water bottle that is clearly labeled with your skater’s name.