Hockeytourney Annual Tourney March 16-28, 2020 for INDIVIDUALS, TEAMS and SMALL GROUPS
Where are the games played?
All games are played at Hillcrest and Trout Lake.
How do I guarantee this won’t conflict with my other team?
The best way to guarantee schedule is to talk to your current league and have them contact us. Most leagues will be happy to work around the schedule. In the past we’ve co-ordinated directly with the Leagues and ensured teams can still make their regular season games along with the tourney.
When will the schedule be posted?
The final schedule will be posted early March. Schedule choices are based on when you sign up.
Why can’t I bring my own jersey?
We understand hockey players have many jerseys, but buying a jersey at the tournament gets you the cheapest rate for future tournaments and league play.
Team are allowed to bring their own jerseys providing they have a matching set.
What days/times are the games played?
Game days vary based on number of teams and divisions. Priority to choose days is given to teams that register early.
Can I rent a jersey and play with my buddies?
Team rentals jerseys are available. When a team rents a jersey the tournament will make available a CLEAN matching set of 15+goalie set each game.
All individual players must have a hockeytourney reversible jersey or purchase one.
Is it CO-ED?
We are always inclusive of all genders. The term co-ed can sometimes refer to requiring a female to be on the ice at all times. This is not part of our rules nor will it ever be. The goal is to have equal ice time for everyone regardless of gender. We welcome and encourage all teams to recruit female players and the rules that govern our events promote safe and friendly play without special treatment.
|Individual NO Jersey||$100|
|Individual BUY Jersey||$150|
|Team NO Jersey||$1250|
|Team RENT Jersey||$1450|
Goalie fee is $50 (GST included) contact us for payment. Goalie Spots are limited so preference is given to goalies bringing groups of players.
- FIVE Games Guaranteed
- Games are 1 hour in length, with two referees and a scorekeeper.
- Stats provided online
- 3 min warmup – 18-18-18 run time
- Stick infractions are 6min penalty (double minor), minor penalty is 3min
Point System scoring used in Round Robin
- 2 points – win the first period
- 2 points – win the second period
- 2 points – win the third period
- 6 points – to the team that wins the game
- 1 point – shutout
- 1 points – for the team with the least penalty minutes
Maximum per game of 14 points
All teams will play three Round robin games then based on their points will split into appropriate divisions.
We have the right to move teams into a division best suited for their team.
Schedule will be posted late February or early March
What team am I on?
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Sponsors and Charitable Donations
100% of the proceeds from our silent auction benefit the BC Cancer Foundation.Donate Here or give a product or service to be auctioned off.
A portion from every registration will go to the BC Cancer Foundation