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Arena Doors - Updated 1.12.21

Princeton Ice Arena will open doors for players, coaches and refs 10 minutes before each scheduled ice time.  We're asking players to please remain inside vehicles until then.  Spectators for youth games may enter at game time. Please refer to the COVID 19 tab for additional information. 

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Princeton Ice Arena Locker Room Policy Updated 1.12.21

Princeton Ice Arena Locker Room policy January 12, 2021

The Princeton Ice Arena will make every attempt to provide locker room space to skaters/ coaches. With the limited number of bodies allowed inside locker rooms, skaters must still come to practice & games fully dressed. Teams are allowed a maximum of 7 skaters in each locker room. As soon as your skates are on, leave the locker room to allow for the next skater to come in and put their skates on. Chairs outside the locker rooms will still be available. Parents are not allowed in locker rooms (Your coach can assist with tying skates in the locker rooms.) 

When using chairs and locker rooms remember to keep your items in one spot. Princeton Ice Arena is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items. 

Coaches will need to monitor locker rooms, assist players, and get them in and out of the locker rooms as quickly as possible. Coaches must stay with their athletes at all times.

High School Game Admissions - Updated 1.14.21

High School Game admission protocol - January 14, 2021

Per MDH & MSHSL guidelines, High School teams will be allowing 2 guests per athlete to competitions. These 2 guests are meant for parents or other immediate family members. Student Athletes will be receiving an email to register their 2 guests for the season. Only registered guests will be able to purchase tickets to get into the events. 

When High School pre registered guests arrive they will check in with the ticket taker. The Princeton Ice Arena will allow a maximum of 150 spectators per event. Remaining tickets will be determined after the pre registered guests have arrived and available on a first come first served basis at game time. 

First come first served spectators will be required to check into the Princeton ice Arena using the Spectator entrance QR code (located on the front door or the website). Upon completion of the QR form, you will receive a notice that your form has been submitted. Spectators will need to show at the door to enter. Paper forms available if needed. The spectator entrance form does not apply to those who are pre registered. 

Spectators must stay masked at all times. No exceptions. If you have any questions, please contact

Player Picture Ordering Link

Here is the link for ordering your player pictures from picture night 


Safe Sports Training Program

All Volunteers, Managers & Coaches with PYHA MUST complete this full training each year. When completed please email certificate of completion to or


The mission of the Princeton Youth Hockey Association is to provide every skater interested in playing hockey, a fun, educational, and competitive environment, while promoting safety.


PYHA East Rink Project GoFundMe

The Princeton Youth Hockey Board has started a GoFundme page for our East rink project. For those of you that haven't heard we had a catastrophic failure within the floor when we started up the system for this year's hockey season. We are in the processes of replacing the floor and need your help in paying for this project. Your help with a donation and sharing this GoFundme page would be greatly appreciated. Todd Frederick Princeton Youth Hockey President

PIA Envelope FUNdraiser

Exciting new PIA Envelope FUNdraiser.

PYHA Board Meetings

PYHA Board Meetings will be held in-person starting June 22nd as we follow CDC guidelines. We would like to let all of our association members know that all members are welcome to attend meeting to discuss any topic they see necessary. We would like to ask anyone that want to attend our monthly meeting to please contact PYHA Board President Todd Frederick so he can make arrangements for you to attend.

Registration Links for PYHA

Princeton Summer Dryland Clinic

With Focus on stick handling, shooting, slide board skills & core strength building. Tuesday & Thursdays, Daytime hours. June 2 thru September 3 Instructors: Bryan Osmondson & Matthew Swanson

Proud Sponsor of PYHA

Proud Sponsor of PYHA

Thank you Glenn Metalcraft Inc, Minnesota Industrial Coating & Precision Waterjet Concepts in the making of our Shooting Gallery.

Mite Level Refs Needed

We are looking for Refs for 8U, Mite B and Mite C level games. Pay is $20.00 per game. 

Youth Ref Information Needed:

*Register through USA Hockey as a ref and pay ref

*Complete Required modules and open book test

*Seminar - Level 1 Ref Seminar

If you have any other questions please contact Jason Senne,