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WEARING A MASK COVERING THE NOSE AND MOUTH AT ALL TIMES AND SPACES IN THE REGENCY ICE RINK, IS MANDATORY.

Fair warning to all — If I see you in the rink without a mask, I will ask you to leave immediately. Ray

ALL PUBLIC SESSIONS ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE WILL RESTORE PUBLIC SKATE, STICK & PUCK, OPEN HOCKEY, ME HOCKEY AS STATE RESTRICTIONS EASE.

RINK PROTOCOL (UPDATED JANUARY 6, 2021)

There will be no spectators at practices or games until further notice except for the 8U teams, as long as a mask and social distancing are strictly practiced. This exception is solely for meeting the parental assistance the youngest players need.

The following protocol will be followed for each ice session. The staff reserves the right to ask any participant to leave the facility if they refuse to follow the guidelines listed, endangering yourself or those around you.

Since being infected with the virus is often asymptomatic, the staff is limited in their ability to stop the transmission of the virus. Also because of the inherent speed and high potential for falls or collisions in all skating sports, the staff at Regency cannot guarantee social distancing at all times in all spaces beyond recommending maintaining a six-foot distance from other participants at all times.

Here are the steps and guidelines you agree to follow by your participation:

  • 30 minutes before the scheduled game time, a coach or manager can enter the building and will be shown the location where their team will sit for final prep for the game.
  • 25 minutes before game time goalies can enter the building to finish getting dressed (MUST ENTER BUILDING partially dressed)
  • 20 minutes before game time the HOME team can start to enter the building (mostly dressed) with coaches. After the Home team enters, the Visiting team can start to line up for entry. All players and coaches must use the thermal scanner (or thermometer) AND have completed a GAME day waiver before proceeding to the team sitting area.
  • NO SPECTATORS PERMITTED IN BUILDING.
  • Players must sit in a designated team area socially distanced (to not move chairs or benches).
  • Once a team is dressed they can proceed to the player bench area.
  • After the game all players must go to their seat and remove only their helmet, gloves, and skates; and then ALL players, coaches, and managers must exit the building through the front rink door (NOT LOBBY). NO TEAM MEETING DURING THIS TIME.
  • A Video person (1 per team) is the only person besides the team to be in the rink space.
  • MASK MOST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN NOT ON THE ICE.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION ON THE ABOVE. WE ARE EXCITED TO REOPEN THE ICE RINK, EVEN UNDER THESE RESTRICTIONS. WE WANT TO AVOID FUTURE SHUTDOWNS AND WE DEPEND ON YOU TO MAKE THAT A REALITY.

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Welcome to Regency Ice Rink in Lancaster, PA!

Regency Ice Rink in Lancaster, PA is the home of the Central Penn Panthers Junior and Youth Ice Hockey Clubs.

Beginners, experts, and Old Timers… we have a place for you! Regency offers a learn-to-play Hockey program for kids as well as varies clinics for Adult learners. If you are more than a beginner we offer the best in adult hockey competition the area has to offer. We host more than 30 amateur ice hockey teams of varying skill levels.

Rent Regency Ice Rink for Your Own Game!

Regency Ice Rink is available for private rental by the hour. Available dates and times vary weekly, please call 717.391.6065 today for the best deals on select time slots or view our schedule for what time slots are currently available.

Wendy Stanley
Wendy Stanley
2020-12-06
Verified
Nice place fun to watch the boys play
Chreas Kratzer
Chreas Kratzer
2020-10-24
Verified
Happy to see that they have TVs and tents outside during COVID 19 games.
Bob Goober
Bob Goober
2020-09-05
Verified
The ice surface is smaller than regulation size and the defensive end of the benches have no doors. Why would you not put both doors in? The coaches for CPP are also bad. If you want your kids to play for a quality hockey organization go elsewhere. There are better local options. Most families at CPP realize this pretty quickly and leave.
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