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Welcome to Wonderland Wizards - Our Mission Statement

The mission of the Wonderland Wizards Youth Hockey Association is to provide an outstanding educational-athletic organization,
such that every child, through their participation in the program can enjoy a positive, character building sports experience.

Emphasis will always be placed on education, personal development and sportsmanship.
The individual role of players, coaches and parents will be defined and maintained to create a positive culture in which all can honor the game.

And above all else,

“it’s always about the kids”


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Wizards House League Session 2
Wonderland Wizards House League Session 2 January 4 - February...
COVID Vaccination Card Upload
Wonderland Wizards Players Ages 5 and Up: Click HERE to...
WWYHA COVID-19 Game & Practice Policies 2021-2022
WWYHA COVID-19 Game & Practice Policies 2021-2022  current...
Wizards House League Session 2

Wonderland Wizards House League

Session 2

January 4 - February 26

(Practice on Tuesday, Game on Saturday)

Cost: $425.


Register Here:

Mites (Birth year 2013 and younger): http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:309157

Squirts (Birth years 2011-2012) :  http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:309158

PeeWees (Birth years 2009-2010):  http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:309160

Bantams (Birth years 2007-2008): http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:309161




by posted 11/17/2021
COVID Vaccination Card Upload

Wonderland Wizards Players Ages 5 and Up:

Click HERE to upload your Covid Vaccination card 


Wonderland Wizards Coaches:

Click HERE to upload your Covid Vaccination card



1) You will be asked to sign in to your Wizards account and click "Register" next to the player's name that you would like to upload the vaccination card for.

2) You will be brought to that player’s account information page.  Click "Submit" at the bottom of that page.

3) You will then be brought to a page where you can upload the vaccination card.

4) Once you have chosen a file from your mobile device or computer, click "Submit" again and you are done!

by posted 09/18/2021
WWYHA COVID-19 Game & Practice Policies 2021-2022

WWYHA COVID-19 Game & Practice Policies 2021-2022  current until DECEMBER 22 subject to change  


  • The CT Department of Public Health recently issued updated guidance for wearing masks for youth sports. Effective immediately and lasting through December 22, ALL PARTICIPANTS must wear a mask at indoor hockey games, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Players on the ice, there are 4 different types of masks that can be worn: Cloth masks, Neck Gaithers, CCM Game on face masks, and the Bauer face shield with splash guard. See full Mask policy under document for more details. 
  • A person is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after their second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or 14 days after the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  
LOCKERROOMS will be CLOSED: All players must get dressed outside and can only put their skates, helmet, and gloves on inside the Wonderland of Ice lobby. 
There are NO HOCKEY BAGS allowed in the rink: you may bring in a small bag to carry essential items. Only the Goalies can get dressed inside in the back lobby by the pro shop.



The Centers for Disease Control’s general guidance for identification of close contacts defines contact as within 6 feet of an infected individual for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. However, this definition is intended for individuals interacting at a relative resting state (e.g., engaged in conversation, seated near each other, etc.). In cases where significant respiratory droplet generation and spread could reasonably be expected (e.g., with a cough or sneeze, aerobic activity, forced exhalation upon exertion, etc.), then 15 minutes of exposure is not needed to be considered a contact. In the case of ice hockey, given the highly aerobic nature of the activity, caution would dictate that anyone who was on the ice with the infected individual during a practice or game for any period of time (or was within six feet of the infected individual for 15 minutes) should be considered a close contact. Masks do not factor into CDC’s definition because it is not possible to verify the consistent and correct use of masks during activities.
  • Individuals who are NOT fully vaccinated who are identified as a close contact of a known COVID-19 case quarantined away from sports for a full 14 days from the date of their last exposure to the case, or for 10 days with a negative test at day 8 or later. Even if players are allowed to return to school or other activities earlier than the timelines listed above, they should not return to sports until 14 days or 10 days with a test. The date of last exposure counts as day 0.
  • Fully vaccinated individuals do not have to quarantine away from sports at all, as long as they do not have any symptoms. It is recommended that fully vaccinated individuals get tested between days 3-5 after their last exposure to a case and wear a mask when around others at all times until they receive a negative test result or for a full 14 days. To properly handle a team when and if there is a COVID exposure a vaccintion card must be on file. Coaches and players, please upload vaccination cards using the link below. Please note that it is NOT a HIPAA violation to request proof of vaccination for any participants. If a person decides not to disclose that information when asked, they will be considered unvaccinated and treated as such for quarantine length.
  • Test positive for Covid: When someone becomes infected, that person must go into “isolation” (as opposed to close contact with an infected individual, who quarantines away from sports). Isolation lasts for a full 10 days from the time symptoms started or the positive test was administered (if the individual did not experience symptoms prior to the positive result). The date of positive test or onset of symptoms counts as day 1.


  • After an infected player's isolation period ends, they must confirm that they are cleared to return to athletic activities with their medical provider. 
  • A written note from the player's pediatrician must be presented to Return to Play. No exceptions
  • The written note must be returned to The Wizards Director of Team Managers/Safety Rep before a Coach or player can return to any Wizards activity. 


  • As always, if a player or coach exhibits any sign of illness, they should not attend any practices or games. Stay home!
  • If a player or coach has been exposed and in contact with someone outside of hockey, who has tested positive for Covid, you must follow the guidelines above.
  • If a Player or Coach has been contacted traced for any reason and is waiting for a test result you cannot attend a practice or game until you have received a negative result. 
  • The player’s family or coach will need to communicate their situation (one of the above) to the Team Manager of their team. 

  • The Team Manager will bring it to the Director of Team Managers/Safety Rep, who will work with the Executive Board on all decisions that need to be made and confirm the player/coach/family is quarantining.

by posted 08/31/2021


The Wonderland Wizards anticipate having a full hockey season beginning Tuesday, September 7th, and ending with the state tournaments in February or March of 2022.  If the State of Connecticut prohibits the continuation of youth sports, such as ice hockey, in the middle of the season due to Covid-19 mandates or policies, we will first assess the possibility of pausing and extending the season.  We would like to remind our Wizards families that The Wonderland Wizards Youth Hockey Association is a non-profit organization.  We will address the need to issue credits and refunds to our members at the end of the hockey season.

by posted 08/01/2021
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P.O. Box 55348
Bridgeport, CT 06610

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