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Recent 12U A PeeWees News

Spring Programs

By President 03/25/2022, 3:45pm PDT

The Natty Hatty Spring Development Programs are officially endorsed by the California Heat. Natty Hatty provides some of the highest quality skill camps and clinics year-round. The coaching staff takes pride in helping players reach the next level of their game.

Players will get the opportunity to work with California Heat and Natty Hatty coaches during the skills camps and clinics as they continue to develop and build upon their season. 

You can visit for more information or to register for a camp.


COVID-19 Update - Protocol for Organized Youth Sports

By California Heat Executive Board 09/11/2021, 10:15pm PDT

The California Heat Executive Board (Board) recognizes the ever-changing landscape as it pertains to COVID-19. In response to the August 25, 2021 issuance of the Protocol for Organized Youth Sports: Appendix S (Protocol) by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH), we are adopting the protocol listed in this policy.  By aligning to the LACDPH COVID protocol, we are optimizing the player’s ability to play hockey as long as possible.


COVID-19 Update - Protocol for Organized Youth Sports

By California Heat Executive Board 08/28/2021, 2:00pm PDT

LA County Department of Public Health has issued a new protocol..

Hello Heat families,

We have all been so excited to return to the sport we love. The preseason is just a couple of weeks away and many of you will be playing on Labor Day weekend. As has been the case this past year, we do our best to keep abreast of the ever-changing landscape regarding COVID-19. Within the last few days, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has issued a new “Protocol for Organized Youth Sports” as it relates to COVID-19 that is effective September 1, 2021.  The Health Officer order mandates that youth sports leagues must do the following:

When indoors, all participants (players and coaches), regardless of vaccination status, are required to bring and wear masks. Youth sports participants (players and coaches) must wear a face mask even while engaging in physical activity in any indoor setting (this includes while on the ice). Spectators attending indoor events must wear masks.

  • Weekly COVID testing is required for all non-vaccinated participants (players and coaches).
  • In addition, testing must be performed within three days of any inter-team competition and results must be available before the competition begins or the athlete or staff member may not be present at the competition


You can read the full LA County Protocol by clicking here.


As we all know, these types of things can be very fluid. As such, we will continue to monitor the issuances from the LA County Department of Public Health for any updates. We are also in constant communication with our leagues and our club is currently working on the details of our COVID-19 policy. We want to ensure we are following the LA County protocols noted above. We expect to share the policy with you all shortly and appreciate your patience and understanding.

If you are attending the Labor Day tournament in Santa Clarita next week, the new protocols will apply to your team. Communication from the event organizer has been sent to your team managers and they will be communicating next steps to you.



California Heat Executive Board