Thank you to our Sponsors
And we have WINNERS!
Congratulations to all following winners. We appreciate everyone’s patience and support!
1. Jerry Walsh $250 (Donation- Thank You!)
2. Leslie Hoyt $25
3. Kasie Pilgrin $50
4. Katie Tuite $25
5. Tami Jacquith $25
6. Lynn Eastman $50
7. Sydney Hutton $25
8. Ryder Francis $75 (Donation-Thank You!)
9. Colleen Ford $25
10. Amy Nyecki $50
11. Corey Lawson $25
12. Ryder Francis $25 (Donation-Thank You!)
13. Ian McKinnon $50
14. Dave Chapman (Lucky Dog) $25 (Donation-Thank You!)
15. Tom Gross $75 (Donation-Thank You!)
16. Corey Lawson $25
17. Sara Custance $50
18. Shanna Bekar $25
19. Tricia Marucci $25
20. Alison Saulnier $50
21. Karrie Lewis $25
22. Alan & Candace Schmidt $75
23. Dave Bates $25
24. Jen Cistoldi $50
25. Alan Lane $500
26. Lynn Eastman $25
27. Jan DiMarzio $50
28. Dan Custance $25
29. Deb Majersky $75
30. Lynn Chartier $25
31. Eliza Dow $250
Thank you again to all our supporters and congratulations to our winners. Checks are in the process of being filled out and mailed.
Plymouth Jr Panthers Families:
If you have already submitted test results you are all set. This is just a reminder for families.
Testing - Prior to Friday, November 6, 2020, it is required that all our players,coaches and volunteers be tested at least once for COVID-19. The test should be performed after October 15, 2020. The test can be either PCR or Antigen based (ie Abbott BinaxNOW Rapid Test). Test results must be provided to the Jr. Panther organization on or before Friday, November 6, 2020. Once you receive your player's test results please send a copy via email to the Plymouthjrpanthers@yahoo.com. You may simply take a picture of the test results to send to us. We do not need the hard copy.
Masks When Not Playing - In addition to wearing masks and social distancing inside the rink, when outside the rink, parents and players must wear face coverings when social distancing is not possible.
Face Coverings When on Bench - If players can't social distance on the bench the players and coaches must wear face coverings or face shields. We were informed that, as of now, "bubbles or itechs" count as a face shield. An example of a face shield you can order is https://www.hockeymonkey.com/ice-hockey/helmets/cages-shields/bauer-hockey-faceshield-concept-3-jr.html. Please make sure the shield you order fits your player's helmet. These can be ordered from different vendors and made by different companies. The link provided is just an example.
If you do buy a "face shield" it is recommended you also purchase the "splash guard" as we are hearing rumors that the splash guards may become mandatory in the future if wearing a shield and they are on back order.
Another option to a "Face Shield", if your player does not want to pull up a gaiter or mask when on the bench, is the CCM Game On mask that straps to the inside of the cage. CCM Game On Mask. They go between the chin guard and the cage to allow breathing room.
We thank you for adhering to the guidelines and helping us get our kids back on the ice. We will pass along more information as it is received from the State, GSL and Waterville Ice Arena.
PO Box 121
Plymouth, NH 03264
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If you have any questions, concerns or comments about your practices, games, or league procedures (which could include player/coach/volunteer issues), please email email@example.com -We do our best to get back to everyone in a timely fashion, however, we are all volunteers who have full-time jobs. Thank you for your understanding and consideration.
Players, parents & coaches...There are to be NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES (ie. cell phone, iPhone, iPod, tablets, etc) in the locker room at any time!
Players found with and/or using electronic devices in the locker room will be subject to game time loss.
Need directions to your players away games?
Click this link, or visit our website under the
About tab >> Rink Locations
White Mountain Youth Hockey Board Meetings are held every 1st Tuesday of the month at the rink (unless otherwise posted).
We welcome you to attend the Public Sessions (6- 6:30pm).
The USA Hockey SafeSport Program is the online training/education that is available to help our members become aware of the information necessary to help prevent abuse from occurring in our sport.
All USA Hockey registered coaches, officials, employees and volunteers are entitled to take the training at no cost.
Our SafeSport Coordinator is Arpie Beaman and she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The season of inclement weather is fast approaching and with that the questions of practices and games. When and if practices or games are cancelled we will notify you via our website, Facebook, email or directly by your coach...maybe all of the above.
As a parent/guardian, it is your decision to travel. If the choice is to stay put and stay safe, please notify your coach so that your player is accounted for at the start of practice. This will eliminate worry and a phone call to you or your family.