Keeping doors closed while the Zamboni is on the ice, News (West London Minor Hockey)

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Keeping doors closed while the Zamboni is on the ice
Submitted By Spencer Noonan on Monday, November 3, 2014
The gates entering the ice surface must be kept closed while the Zamboni is on the ice. It is a health and safety issue for the gates to be open. All coaches and players are to remain off the ice behind a closed gate until the Zamboni gates are closed and locked.  

It is also important that coaches and players exit the ice as quickly as possible when there ice time is over. It would be advised that pucks and pylons start to be picked up about 1 to 2 minutes prior to the end of your ice time.  

Thanks for your continued support as we work to provide a safe and quality ice surface for everyone.  

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