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Baker just paused the re-opening phase 3. Kiss hockey games in MA good bye.....
Yep---not good. See ya in 2021 .
confirming what many of us thought was coming. No chance there will be games of any kind for the foreseeable future and I wouldn't get my hopes up for January either. Even if there is a vaccine which is a stretch it will take some time to inoculate several hundred million people. Best we can do is hope the rinks can stay open for skills this fall.
No games til January 2022
whatever you do, DO NOT GO TO PAGE 16!!!!!!!!!!
0-19 years ! - 0 Deaths Shocking!!!
You trickster!!!! I did..... All over 60 hockey should be canceled. Practices, games and skills....
And this is the reaction to people being dumb and thinking rules were not for them. Kids and HS hockey is gonna get caught up in it. Well done folks.
Average age is 82!
Everyone get back in the house and put your masks on! Now, sheep!
I am so done with all this bull****. Let’s just lock ourselves in our houses forever. Don’t drive a car you could get in a head on collision. Don’t cross the street you could get run over. Don’t fly in a plane it may crash. Enough with locking everything down with a virus that the average age of death is friggin 82! For the normal healthy person it’s nothing more than a 2-3 day cold. For ****s sake
I thought the quarantine was to flatten the curve. That has happened. Hospitals are no longer overwhelmed. This virus is not going to go away anytime soon so we need to get back to living.
It was never about step 2 of phase 3. Mass hockey is trying to get non-checking hockey reclassified from “high risk” to “moderate’ risk because moderate risk sports have been allowed to play games in step 1 of phase 3. I’m not saying I’m confident this will actually happen (because I’m not) but today’s announcement is not a confirmation that hockey games are done for the season.
Skills and drills. You wont see games in 2020 and NH and Rhody will be in the same boat soon.
I disagree. Other states will not follow anything Mass. does. Mass is trying to be the gold standard liberal state. Other states are trying to survive and stay afloat financially same time. Punishing and public shaming our residents. We are doing a dam good job here. Not residents fault they are seeking out positive results in high risk areas which is solely why we have an uptick. Then shutting business down when they get the predictable results and blame it on a select few instances. Boston is decimated and the rest of the state is not far behind. We also report more deaths than just about anyone in the country per case load. Their numbers are fishy at best. Get ready for double tax to live here.
All lies. Fake numbers for all this ****. November 4 the virus will disappear
Fakers numbers might be fake but the intent is real. Which is, shutting down life as we know it until Trump vacates the White House. If it’s 4 years from now, they don’t give a ****, they can wait, can you?
Youth sports is cooked for the remainder of 2020.
Ct and NH will soon shut the door to the migration of the Mass/Rhody crew in order to protect what it has now, freedom! Businesses are pressuring the Gov to stop outside groups from flooding the states and causing a jump in the rate. They want to keep the rate down so they can stay open!!
For the life of me I don't understand the reaction to this by the "let'em plan crowd".
The reason we're seeing so-called "reasonable" numbers is that the restrictions in place ARE WORKING!
For the "restrictions are working guy", the Gov had the golf courses closed all Spring and then the restrictions were lifted and no impact on the numbers (or the numbers went lower). Same for casinos, church, and other activities such a sports games for some sports and practices for others. So who is to say playing no-check youth hockey is the dividing line between what is working and what won't work? (By the way, I'm certain that all the delayed opening did for golf courses was cause a lot of revenue loss for the courses and lack of recreation for the participants.)