Dallas Stars Elite Tryout Dates and Times for the 2020-2021 season are listed below. All tryouts will be held at Children's Health StarCenter Valley Ranch.
EVERYONE MUST REGISTER IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TRYOUT PROCESS.
YOU MUST BRING A WHITE AND A DARK COLOR JERSEY WITH NAME ON IT TO PARTICIPATE IN TRYOUTS
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The following safety protocols will be strictly enforced during tryouts.
RETURN TO PLAY POLICY REGARDING COVID-19:
- Any player who receives a positive COVID-19 test must wait 2 weeks and be symptom free before returning to rink.
- Any player who is feeling ill must wait 2 weeks or receive a negative COVID-19 test.
- If you believe you have been directly exposed to COVID-19 please receive a negative test before you return.
All locker rooms will be closed. There will be places inside the rink that players can tie their skates, but players should put at least their bottoms on outside of the building. The chairs will be set up 6 feet apart. Please do not move the chairs. Players can also socially distance on the benches to tie their skates.
Players will be not allowed in the building until 15 minutes prior to their ice session.
Players must bring their own water bottle with their name on it. There will be no sharing of water bottles. Please make sure your player is aware of this.
All coaches, players, and parents will be required to wear face masks when they are in the building. Players must keep their face masks on until they are on the ice. Face masks are not needed for players when they are on the ice. Coaches will now wear face masks when they are talking to players on the ice
In an attempt to keep traffic in the building at a minimum it is STRONGLY SUGGESTED that only 1 parent per player is in attendance. Chairs in the viewpoint will be set up 6 feet apart. Please do not move the chairs. If you are sitting on the stands please make sure you are 6 feet apart from any non family member. We know under normal circumstances there are often children playing in the rink while their siblings are on the ice. We understand the challenges families with multiple children have, but please do your best to not have any siblings in attendance. If a situation occurs where you must have a sibling present please make sure they are with their parents at all times.
We know there will be some inconveniences for players, coaches, and parents as we navigate this situation, but the ability to stay on the ice and develop players will be worth any inconveniences we have at the rink. The support from everyone to help make our rink environment as safe as possible is much appreciated.
Please contact Wendy Sarich if you have any questions or concerns!
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