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The objective of The Southern Connecticut Youth Hockey Organization 
is to provide a well-organized and supervised youth ice hockey program,
offering opportunities to children of all levels of skill and proficiency.


Full Clear Shield vs Cage

Full Clear Shield



As together we make our way through the COVID-19 pandemic, USA Hockey has been asked if wearing a helmet with a full clear shield is better than a visor (half shield) or cage. In addition, many are asking about players wearing a face mask to cover their mouth/nose while practicing or in games. Below is information that we hope is helpful.

 HELMETS -- FULL CLEAR SHIELD vs. HALF SHIELD OR CAGE There is no scientific proof that a full clear shield on a hockey helmet provides better protection against infectious diseases compared to a visor (half shield) or cage.

 That said, a full clear shield is likely better than a visor (half shield) or cage:

1. Can act as a barrier in case someone in close proximity coughs or sneezes

2. May be a deterrent to decrease touch of the face (vs. cages where players stick their fingers through the cage)

3. Likely to prevent spitting on the ice/bench (should be enforced regardless)
 It should be noted that a full clear shield will not prevent the inhalation of aerosolized droplets.
 And it is important that regardless of what kind of mask a player wears that it be cleaned thoroughly after each use.

 A cloth mask protects the wearer's nose and mouth from contact with droplets and may protect others by reducing exposure to the saliva and respiratory secretions of the mask wearer. This is especially important if someone is infected but does not have symptoms.    Players should wear cloth masks at all times, except while playing. Coaches and other support personnel should wear cloth masks at all times.   Wearing a cloth mask during high intensity aerobic activity is not recommended by the CDC and WHO. 

by posted 08/02/2020
Summer Goalie Camp

by posted 07/15/2020
6 Week PEP Skills Camp

2020 PEP Connecticut 6-week
Skill Development Camp

Learn the fundamentals of Reactive Countering Training that develops foot speed,
puck-handling capabilities and overall skill development to enable players to play faster.

PowerEdgePro™ is open to all Prep School, High School, Bantam, Pee Wee, Squirt,
and Mite aged players for the current or upcoming season.

Camp size is limited due to COVID Guidelines

Please complete the Milford Ice Arena waiver

Twelve (12) Hours of PEP Training at the
Milford Ice Arena

Starting on Thursday 7/16 & Ending on Sunday 8/23


Click here to Register

by posted 07/13/2020

by SCYH BOD posted 02/05/2020
New SOUTHERN Sportswear!

Please click on the above Webstore Tab!

by posted 07/14/2019
SCYH Store
Southern Shorts - Grey

• 100% Polyester • Two deep side seam pockets • 2" covered elastic wasteband and drawcord • Adult = 10" inseam, Youth = 7" inseam
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