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Polar Plunge benefit
Katie Kearney is a former PYH parent and current board member of the...
10UB Candy Cane Classic Champions!
Congratulations to the 10U B team for going 6-0 and winning the 10U...
Armstrong mask mandate
New Covid information
CDC Updates and Shortens Recommended Isolation and Quarantine...
Reverse Raffle
PYH is hosting a reverse raffle on Friday February 4th from 7-9 PM...
FMC has asked that all PYH members make themselves familiar with...
    Please read the South Shore Conference rule below. ...
Polar Plunge benefit

Katie Kearney is a former PYH parent and current board member of the Jordan Hospital Club, a group of women who volunteer their time to raise money for Beth Israel Deaconess/ Lahey Hospital in Plymouth.  ( The old Jordan Hospital ).  

The JHC Polar Plunge is celebrating their 20th Anniversary of raising money for the Cancer center at BID Plymouth.  The cancer center has continued to grow and is allowing residents the opportunity to receive the care many go to Boston for, but allowing them to stay in the community.  
Please find the link below  to have any coaches who would like to sign their teams up to plunge on March 5, 2022.  Once the team is up, the kids can sign up and start asking family and friends to support them.  All the proceeds from this day will go to the Cancer center at BID Plymouth,  The more teams the better.  Anyone who raises $60 gets a Tshirt.  
There are prizes and awards given out at the plunge.  This is done at a catered lunch by Mama Mias at the Plymouth Yacht Club.  Everyone is invited but we more than understand everyone's busy schedules .  
We are looking forward to having Plymouth Youth hockey joining us for this wonderful event.  
If you have any questions please reach out to Katie anytime.  
Thank you 
Katie Kearney 
Jordan Hospital Club Board member 



by posted 01/08/2022
10UB Candy Cane Classic Champions!

Congratulations to the 10U B team for going 6-0 and winning the 10U B Candy Cane Classic Tournament. They fought for an incredible 5-4, come from behind win in the championship game. Every player had an outstanding performance. Congrats to all the players and coaches!

by posted 12/31/2021
Armstrong mask mandate
Indoor Mask Mandate for Armstrong Arena
Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, the Town of Plymouth has implemented a mask mandate for all indoor buildings that are open to the general public. The mandate only allows exceptions to the wearing of a face covering for actively eating and drinking. The full mandate can be read here.

This mandate takes effect tomorrow, Thursday, December 30, 2021. Due to this mandate, face masks are now required anytime you are in the Armstrong Arena. The only time the mask may be removed or lowered is when actively drinking or eating.

At this time, no additional protocols are in place that with regards to team room use or on-ice capacity. As we all do our best to combat the pandemic, we would ask that you remain vigilant inside and outside the rinks to stop the spread of COVID-19. Continuing to social distance, practicing increased sanitization and personal hygiene, and remaining home and away from others if you are feeling ill will help us all get through this.

The more responsibly we act and the quicker we can all get vaccinated (those who are eligible), the sooner we can get back to normal. Please stay vigilant and stay safe!


by posted 12/29/2021
New Covid information

CDC Updates and Shortens Recommended Isolation and Quarantine Period for General Population

Media Statement

For Immediate Release: Monday, December 27, 2021
Contact: Media Relations
(404) 639-3286

Given what we currently know about COVID-19 and the Omicron variant, CDC is shortening the recommended time for isolation from 10 days for people with COVID-19 to 5 days, if asymptomatic, followed by 5 days of wearing a mask when around others. The change is motivated by science demonstrating that the majority of SARS-CoV-2 transmission occurs early in the course of illness, generally in the 1-2 days prior to onset of symptoms and the 2-3 days after. Therefore, people who test positive should isolate for 5 days and, if asymptomatic at that time, they may leave isolation if they can continue to mask for 5 days to minimize the risk of infecting others.

Additionally, CDC is updating the recommended quarantine period for those exposed to COVID-19. For people who are unvaccinated or are more than six months out from their second mRNA dose (or more than 2 months after the J&J vaccine) and not yet boosted, CDC now recommends quarantine for 5 days followed by strict mask use for an additional 5 days. Alternatively, if a 5-day quarantine is not feasible, it is imperative that an exposed person wear a well-fitting mask at all times when around others for 10 days after exposure. Individuals who have received their booster shot do not need to quarantine following an exposure, but should wear a mask for 10 days after the exposure.  For all those exposed, best practice would also include a test for SARS-CoV-2 at day 5 after exposure. If symptoms occur, individuals should immediately quarantine until a negative test confirms symptoms are not attributable to COVID-19.

Isolation relates to behavior after a confirmed infection. Isolation for 5 days followed by wearing a well-fitting mask will minimize the risk of spreading the virus to others. Quarantine refers to the time following exposure to the virus or close contact with someone known to have COVID-19. Both updates come as the Omicron variant continues to spread throughout the U.S. and reflects the current science on when and for how long a person is maximally infectious.

Data from South Africa and the United Kingdom demonstrate that vaccine effectiveness against infection for two doses of an mRNA vaccine is approximately 35%. A COVID-19 vaccine booster dose restores vaccine effectiveness against infection to 75%. COVID-19 vaccination decreases the risk of severe disease, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19. CDC strongly encourages COVID-19 vaccination for everyone 5 and older and boosters for everyone 16 and older. Vaccination is the best way to protect yourself and reduce the impact of COVID-19 on our communities.

The following is attributable to CDC Director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky:

“The Omicron variant is spreading quickly and has the potential to impact all facets of our society. CDC’s updated recommendations for isolation and quarantine balance what we know about the spread of the virus and the protection provided by vaccination and booster doses. These updates ensure people can safely continue their daily lives. Prevention is our best option: get vaccinated, get boosted, wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas of substantial and high community transmission, and take a test before you gather.”

If You Test Positive for COVID-19 (Isolate)

Everyone, regardless of vaccination status.

  • Stay home for 5 days.
  • If you have no symptoms or your symptoms are resolving after 5 days, you can leave your house.
  • Continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.

If you have a fever, continue to stay home until your fever resolves.

If You Were Exposed to Someone with COVID-19 (Quarantine)

If you:

Have been boosted
Completed the primary series of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine within the last 6 months
Completed the primary series of J&J vaccine within the last 2 months

  • Wear a mask around others for 10 days.
  • Test on day 5, if possible.

If you develop symptoms get a test and stay home.

If you:

Completed the primary series of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine over 6 months ago and are not boosted
Completed the primary series of J&J over 2 months ago and are not boosted
Are unvaccinated

  • Stay home for 5 days. After that continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
  • If you can’t quarantine you must wear a mask for 10 days.
  • Test on day 5 if possible.

If you develop symptoms get a test and stay home


CDC works 24/7 protecting America’s health, safety and security. Whether disease start at home or abroad, are curable or preventable, chronic or acute, or from human activity or deliberate attack, CDC responds to America’s most pressing health threats. CDC is headquartered in Atlanta and has experts located throughout the United States and the world.

Page last reviewed: December 27, 2021

by posted 12/28/2021
Reverse Raffle

PYH is hosting a reverse raffle on Friday February 4th from 7-9 PM at the American Legion on Federal Furnace Rd in Plymouth.  Tickets are $100 and if all tickets are sold the grand prize will be $10,000.  Tickets can be purchased from any board member.  Come join us for fun, food, music and a chance to win the grand prize and other raffle items.  Each ticket admits 2 people to the event.

by posted 12/18/2021

FMC has asked that all PYH members make themselves familiar with the Code of Conduct at the rink.  Please pay special attention to numbers 6 and 7.  This exists for the safety of everyone at the rink. 

In addition, please refrain from parking in the marked fire lanes outside the rink.  Those areas must stay clear for emergency personel and equipment.

by posted 09/20/2018



Please read the South Shore Conference rule below.  The league is very serious about the behavior of spectators on rink property.


RULE 19 

The member towns and coach of each team are responsible for the behavior of the spectators from their town. If the spectators get unruly or abusive during the game, it is up to the direction of the referee to stop the game and determine who is at fault. If it can be determined whom or what town is at fault, they shall forfeit the game. If it cannot be determined who is at fault or it is unsafe to continue the game, it will be stopped and the Disciplinary Committee will make a decision. 

1. The South Shore Conference will establish a discipline committee to investigate and conduct a hearing if appropriate, concerning any major incident involving spectator or parent. An officer of the SSC will chair the Discipline Committee. The discipline committee will be comprised of three members of the Executive Board and two Program Directors on a rotating monthly basis.

2. A major incident shall be defined as, but not limited to, the use of obscene or vulgar language, verbal: physical abuse, taunting of players, coaches, officials and throwing of objects in the viewing area, team benches, or ice surface, etc. 


3. When a major incident on the ice rink property used by the SSC involving a parent or spectator is brought to the attention of the SSC Executive Board by rink officials, ice officials(referee or timekeepers), incident reports or other programs, the affected programs will be notified by the SSC President or designee.

4. The program(s) will have 48 hours to respond with recommendation for discipline to the chairperson of the Disciplinary Committee. The program will identify everyone involved. If the program’s action is deemed acceptable, no further action shall be taken. If the chairperson of the Discipline Committee deems the program’s recommendation unacceptable and/or inadequate, the individuals involved will immediately be suspended from all SSC activities until the incident is resolved. The Discipline Committee shall convene to investigate the incident and to hold a hearing within one week. All parties involved in the major incident shall attend the discipline hearing.

5. Annually prior to the start of the hockey season, each program will be responsible for sending written or electronic notice to the membership advising them of RULE #19, a copy of the letter will be submitted to the South Shore Conference President no later that the September directors meeting.




by posted 09/21/2017
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