Pembroke Youth Hockey (PYH) is an organization for boys and girls ages 5 to 19 years old from Pembroke and the neighboring towns, including Halifax and Plympton. A member of both Massachusetts Hockey and USA Hockey, PYH is comprised of teams which compete

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Updated Dec 21, 2020

This letter is from the State Contact Tracing Collaborative and South Shore Conference leadership.


To Pembroke Youth Hockey and our Community,

The holiday season is a time that we traditionally come together and spend time with our families and friends. This year, as we know, things are different. The risk of becoming sick with COVID-19 is just as high as it was months ago, and this trend will worsen in the coming weeks if we don’t act now. This year, the best way to keep our kids and families safe and able to continue to enjoy playing the sports they love, is by staying home. 

Social gatherings over the Thanksgiving holiday have had an enormous impact on the spread of COVID in our communities. They’ve had an enormous impact on many of our schools, teams, and local businesses. Please, from our family to yours, stay home this year. 

We recognize that this is hard and it comes at a time in which everyone is tired of social distancing, masking up, and all the other challenges that 2020 has brought.  We often hear of families or groups of friends that decide to get together because they know that they are all being careful and no one is feeling sick. However, this is no guarantee, and one guest can be one too many. Often times people are the most contagious prior to their symptom onset, and even those with the best of intentions could pose a serious risk to the health of others. Remember that even if you are fortunate not to experience severe symptoms, you could transmit COVID to someone who is more susceptible to severe illness. Choosing to hold or attend a gathering could have very serious impacts on your family, friends, and neighbors.

We ask you this year, as a part of your sports community and family, to reconsider your holiday travels and holiday plans. Please help us to protect our players, coaches, and referees after the holidays. Please help us to keep our families safe and healthy. Stay home this year. Let’s work together to make sure we can all spend our holidays next year with those we love. 

Sincerely, and with the warmest wishes for a safe and happy holiday, 




Updated Dec 18, 2020

USA Hockey article responding to COVID-19 speculation around our sport.  Link to article here.

USA Hockey COVID resources here:

Mass Hockey COVID resources here:



Updated Dec 11, 2020


New EEA document from the state and impact for hockey:

  • $300 civil fines per day per incident violation for facilities, activity organizers, and any individuals.
  • Rinks remain closed from 930pm until 5am the next day.
  • Hockey remains “high risk” sport - level 1, 2, and 3 (modified) play allowed.
  • Facilities and activity operators must develop safety standards, disseminated regularly.
  • Mandatory facial covering at all times by everyone.
  • Teams can play only 1 opponent per day (up to 2x) with exceptions.
  • No tournaments, jamborees, weekend series, or showcases.
  • No more than is 50 bodies on 1 sheet of ice (2 playing surfaces at 25 per sheet 14 feet apart).
  • Locker rooms remain closed for all at all rinks - arrive fully dressed (most rinks do not allow bags inside).
  • Indoor capacity is 40%, social distancing of at least 6 feet for everyone.
  • Anyone entering facilities should follow signs for entrances, traffic flow, and exits.   
  • Spectators are limited to 2 adults and siblings or participant (rinks may have stricter policies).
  • If any non immediate family in a vehicle for transportation to and from activities, everyone must wear face coverings.
  • No congregating inside or outside of rinks, tailgating and social gatherings are strictly prohibited.
  • Out of state travel is strongly discouraged and everyone must follow state travel order when crossing borders.
  • Mass only based teams in Mass based facilities.
  • Cooperation with board of health, state officials mandatory - includes sharing of rosters, emergency contacts.
  • Activity organizers must promote “arrive, play, leave” mentality.
  • Sportsmanship should continue in a touchless manner.
  • Everyone is responsible for following all guidelines and creating a safe environment for all participants.




Updated Dec 9th, 2020

An update from the PYH COVID Safety Committee here

Committee Co-Chair:  Ryan MacDonald 339-832-0135

Committee Co-Chair:  Jeff Skeiber 617-827-8691


“Titan Hat Trick Test” for guardians of each participant shall certify before they enter any rink:

1. My child has not experienced any symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 14 days (fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle ache or pain, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell). 

2. My child has neither tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days nor awaiting test results, and not been in close contact with anyone (including household) that has tested positive for COVID-19 or experienced symptoms of Covid-19 in the past 14 days.

3. My child has not travelled to a state other than those designated as low-risk, but if so, has followed state protocol, filled out a Massachusetts Travel Form, and quarantined for 14 days or had a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of return or since returning.


If a PYH player or coach becomes symptomatic – PYH Process

  • Keep name anonymous.  Parent is to report to a PYH COVID-19 Co-Chair.
  • Player or coach will self-isolate and may return to PYH activities when the following criteria have been met:
    • Self-isolated for at least 10 days from the onset of symptoms date (return on day 11)
    • 24 hours with no fever without the use of fever-reducing medications 
    • Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving
  • Guidelines are subject to change at any time, and response is based on current CDC, Commonwealth of MA and Town Board of Health guidelines.


If a PYH player or coach test positive – PYH Process

  • Keep name anonymous.  Parent is to report to a PYH COVID-19 Co-Chair.
  • PYH will start investigation into everyone with close contact 2 days prior before onset of symptoms or date swab was obtained if no symptoms exist through date of last exposure during PYH activities, beginning with on ice supervisor and check attendance records.
  • PYH will notify local Board of Health, League, Opposing Team, Facility Operator, and Referee Coordinator if necessary. 
  • PYH will notify any members of the exposure and if deemed close contacts after consultation with the local Board of Health. 
  • Player or coach will self-isolate for at least 10 days from the test date and may return to PYH activities if they remain asymptomatic the entire time (return on day 11). 
  • If the player/coach becomes symptomatic, from that date they will follow instructions from, ‘If a PYH player or coach becomes symptomatic – PYH Process’.
  • Entire teams if placed in self-quarantine or self-isolation will return to PYH events after day 14 (regardless of individual test out status).
  • Guidelines are subject to change at any time, and response is based on current CDC, Commonwealth of MA and Town Board of Health guidelines.


If a PYH player or coach is deemed a close contact by PYH and/or state and local Board of Health and/or contact tracing:

  • Keep name anonymous.  Parent is to report to a PYH COVID-19 Co-Chair.
  • Player or coach will self quarantine according to the state quarantine guidelines (listed below). 


  • If a player or coach is returning after day 7, PYH requires proof of a negative PCR or antigen test taken on day 5 or later (non full team related) to a PYH COVID-19 Co-Chair.***
  • Entire teams (and borrowed players) if placed in self-quarantine or self-isolation will return to PYH events after day 14 (regardless of individual test out status).  No proof of test required as no day 7 (or 10) return to play is allowed.
  • Guidelines are subject to change at any time, and response is based on current CDC, Commonwealth of MA and Town Board of Health guidelines.


***Please be aware that any negative test result BEFORE day 5 does not allow you out of self-quarantine after day 7.   Also, if you test positive during self-quarantine, to the extent that you do not self-isolate yourself from other members of your household, their close contact self-quarantine restarts each day until your recovery. 



PYH Holiday Blanket (50x60 micro fleece) - Order online for $40 plus tax by Sunday 12/13. Delivery in bulk to program will be handed out at rink before Christmas. Thank you to our friends at Lighthouse Cape Cod for the item!




Updated December 3, 2020

New Hobomock Guidelines: link here



Updated November 6, 2020

GAME ON updated with new rules everyone MUST FOLLOW. Masks all times, no locker rooms, checking allowed. PYH Zoom Call tonight 8pm for all, please join if you have questions.  Email for dial info if needed.

Mass Hockey update -

EEA update -

Hobomock - Arenas Covid-19 Phase 3 Step 1Protocols 11-6-2020.pdf


Updated October 23, 2020

Missing Hockey already?  Pick a few of these dryland activities linked below to do over the next 2 weeks at home or in your neighborhoods and we promise that you will be a better hockey player on November 7th than you were yesterday!  Thank you USA Hockey and the world wide web for the enormous amount of free information available to help everyone to learn, grow, and overcome! Go Titans!


Updated October 22, 2020

We are shut down for the next 2 weeks.  PYH supports the response below from Massachusetts Hockey.  While we are saddened by this decision, we are hopeful to be back on the ice soon.  Our PYH family, which includes our coaches, players, parents, and home rink of Hobomock Arenas have been a model for following the rules and doing what's safe on and off the ice during the pandemic.  Thank you to everyone involved in keeping us safe, including Mass Hockey.  We ask that everyone to please follow the guidance, wear a mask, wash your hands, and remain social distant.  Your coaches will be in touch soon with team based zoom calls and activities we can all do away from the rink.


Updated October 5, 2020

Click here for an update from the PYH COVID Safety Committee.  We have implemented new safety measures to include no locker room use and not entering any building more than 15 minutes prior to ice time.


COVID Contacts:
CO CHAIR COVID Safety Committee
CO CHAIR COVID Safety Committee
PYH President - Jeremiah Tabor


Updated Monday Sept 14th

Please see all RINK PROTOCOLS across the South Shore - some you cannot enter more than 15 mins before your game, some have no locker rooms, some have everything open! Please be prepared before you just show up to any given rink.




In Memory of Leo Marchioni. November 11, 1937 - August 27, 2020.



Update August 28th, 2020

Thank you Mass Hockey for the Spotlight on Pembroke and our community! Read the article here.



Update August 20th, 2020 

PYH signed EEA attestation and check list requirements for Youth Sports Activity Organizers here.

State guidance here.




Updated Titan Hat Trick Test - August 18, 2020




Update August 13, 2020:

New EEA State Guidelines for Youth Sports have been released. Ice hockey is still listed as high risk, but game play is APPROVED as of August 17th under a modified format. More sport specific guidance will be issued soon. Mass Hockey will host a webinar next Monday to discuss all details. Stay tuned for a link to the webinar. THANK YOU to everyone working so hard behind the scenes!



PYH Update Tuesday July 7th, 2020

PYH COVID-19 Safety Standards for Phase 3 Step 1

Hobomock Sports Center Phase 3 Guidelines

PYH COVID-19 Waiver and Liability Release (read with player(s), sign, hand in physically at rink check in table)


USA Hockey has updated the SafeSport Handbook - click here to read



A message to all those interested in training at Salt Shack Crossfit from owner Chad Sowersby regarding Outdoor Open Air Training for Youths (starting now).  




ATTN: Coaches for next year - please submit your coaching applications by April 1st to PYH Coaching Coordinator Ryan Macdonald at  Link to file here.



Congratulations to our winners of the $10K Cash Prize Raffle, Matt Mulready, and Free Tuition next year, Ryan Hill. 

Below is a picture of a few board members with the winners at the PYH Parent's Night Out event.




PYH Celebrates National Girls and Women in Sport Day

We have 91 girls playing on 13 different teams this season in our program! The confidence, strength, and character gained through sports participation are the very tools girls need to become strong leaders in sports and life. The future is bright!!!




PYH Adidas Winter Store is Now Closed

The store will reopen over the summer.




Congratulations to Pembroke Youth Hockey’s 2019 Little Bruins Academy Graduates!!!

Thank you to all of our volunteers with this program as well.

Video link



Interested in a quick guide for age appropriate skills and development that will be taught at PYH?

Click here for the USA Hockey skill progression manual




New USA Hockey declaration of player safety, fair play, and respect...effective 2019-2020 Season




Introducing PYH's Equipment Exchange Online Program

Have old equipment that your kids have grown out of?  Need new equipment before the season starts in a few weeks?  We are introducing a webpage on our website for our members to exchange equipment.  Anyone can post a photo and list items they may not be using anymore.  See our posts here.  Please adhere to our PYH Code of Conduct when posting.


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