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PLEASE SEE THE ‘SCHEDULES’ TAB AND SEE THE UPDATED DATES AND TIMES!!
SMHA has taken back its own identity and used some hits from the past!!
SMHA would like to thank Zoe Coulombe, Graphic Designer, Prov. RGD and Skater’s Edge Source for Sports for their assistance in bringing the NEW Nickel Capitals and the NEW Timberwolves to life!!
SMHA would like to thank Curtis Lazure, Graphic Designer, for his assistance in the creation of the Nickel Kings logo along with our own board member, Ryan Yurich!!
Please watch our rebrand video here created by our very own interns, Alex Cimino and Tommy Vlahos. A special thank you to these two hard workers!!!
Please watch the rebrand video located above by clicking on :
Cheers to a new era!!
Thank you all for your effort in keeping the transmission of Covid-19 and the Variants of Concern at the forefront and for ensuring that everyone involved in your teams or groups are following the COVID Guidelines for Arena Ice Users at all times.
Attached is the updated guideline document, with the following revisions listed below. Please share with all your user groups / users / stakeholders:
Coaches, volunteers, managers, association members, officials, and anyone who is on the ice, dressing room or bench with the players, and is aged 12+ must present proof of full of full vaccination for COVID-19 (both doses) along with *identification at the point of entry to the arena. Individuals can provide proof of immunization by downloading or printing their vaccine receipt from the provincial booking portal, or by calling the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900. Individuals 2nd dose must be at least 14 days prior to attending an arena. Proof of vaccination will be accepted if the person’s name and date of birth on their identification document matches the vaccination receipt with name and date of birth and if the person is fully vaccinated.
**For additional information on the revised guideline above, please see:
are permitted to be in the facility but must not loiter in the hallways / lobby area. Facility capacity is now at 100% and the spectator seating occupancy limit will be posted at each arena. Spectators must immediately leave the facility once the booking is completed, unless they are a parent/guardian of a young child who requires supervision.
In response to the evolving situation of the COVID-19 VOCs, the Government of Ontario has adopted a more rigorous and cautious approach to implementing public health measures when it comes to isolation. If a participant/player/spectator must remain in isolation due to close contact of a confirmed or suspected COVID Case or a school or workplace closure, access to facilities will be determined based on the directives provided by Public Health Sudbury & Districts.
Any positive cases of COVID by any participants and spectators (players, coaches, trainers, managers, parents, guardians, etc.) MUST be reported to Manager of Arenas immediately, along with the directives provided to you by Public Health Sudbury & Districts.
All the best,
Jody Cameron, MBA
Manager of Arenas
Arena Section / Leisure Services
The document Greater_Sudbury_Arena_User_Group_COVID_Guidelines_Stage_3_V4_October_2021__1_.pdf was attached to this post.
If you are struggling and need some assistance, see the attached document and complete an application.
Applications may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful applicants will be notified by the end of November.
Jordan Fram was a Sudbury Timberwolves player growing up in Sudbury Minor Hockey Association.
His love of the game remains alive as his memorial fund assists others to love the game while making it easier for the parents to afford.
Sudbury Minor Hockey Association would like to thank Jordan’s family and friends for their assistance in keeping kids on the ice!!
The document Fram_Application.pdf was attached to this post.