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SPRINGBANK MINOR HOCKEY HOCKEY INFORMATION AND REFERENCE INFORMATION

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE 2019-20 SEASON

Division DateFormatContact
Novice 1Feb 28-Mar 16 team round-robin *co-hostnovicetournaments@springbankhockey.com
Novice 2Feb 28-Mar 16 team round-robin *co-hostnovicetournaments@springbankhockey.com
Novice 3Mar 6-86 team round-robin *co-hostnovicetournaments@springbankhockey.com
Novice 4Mar 6-86 team round-robin *co-hostnovicetournaments@springbankhockey.com
Atom 1Sept 27-294 team round-robin atomtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Atom 2Sept 27-294 team round-robin atomtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Atom 3Sept 28-294 team round-robin atomtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Atom 4Oct 4-64 team round-robin atomtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Atom 5Oct 4-64 team round-robin atomtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Atom 6Oct 5-64 team round-robin atomtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Atom 7Oct 19-204 team round-robin atomtournaments@springbankhockey.com
PWAAOct 19-204 team round-robin pwtournaments@springbankhockey.com
PW1Oct 18-204 team round-robin pwtournaments@springbankhockey.com
PW2Oct 12-134 team round-robin pwtournaments@springbankhockey.com
PW3Oct 13-144 team round-robin pwtournaments@springbankhockey.com
PW4Oct 13-144 team round-robin pwtournaments@springbankhockey.com
PW5Oct 11-134 team round-robin pwtournaments@springbankhockey.com
PW6Oct 11-134 team round-robin pwtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Bantam1Dec 14-154 team round-robinbantamtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Bantam2Oct 18-204 team round-robinbantamtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Bantam3Oct 11-134 team round-robinbantamtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Bantam4Oct 18-204 team round-robinbantamtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Bantam5Dec 21-224 team round-robinbantamtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Bantam6Dec 20-224 team round-robinbantamtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Bantam7Dec 20-224 team round-robinbantamtournaments@springbankhockey.com
Midget1Dec 13-154 team round-robinmidgettournaments@springbankhockey.com
Midget2Dec 20-224 team round-robinmidgettournaments@springbankhockey.com
Midget3Dec 13-154 team round-robinmidgettournaments@springbankhockey.com
Midget4Dec 21-224 team round-robinmidgettournaments@springbankhockey.com
Midget5Dec 20-224 team round-robinmidgettournaments@springbankhockey.com
Midget6Dec 13-154 team round-robinmidgettournaments@springbankhockey.com

TOURNAMENT RULES & FORMAT 2019-20 SEASON

Pre-Game Warm-Up:        

A three minute warm up will be available prior to each game start.  Please ensure your team is ready and able to take advantage of this time.

 

Game Format:

Duration of the Game: (eliminate all that do not apply)

TimBits:
All games will be 3 periods – 18 minutes each, running time; or

Other Divisions:       

  • 60 minute permit - 12, 15 and 15 minutes, stop time;
  • 75 minute permit – 15, 15 and 15 minutes, stop time;
  • 90 minute permit – 15, 15 and 20 minutes, stop time;
  • 105 minute permit – 15, 20 and 20 minutes, stop time;
  • 2 hour permit or greater – 20, 20 and 20 minutes, stop time.

(***Please select according to your allocated ice times.***)

According to Hockey Calgary rules and regulations, when the time of a game reaches five (5) minutes remaining on the permit, at the first stoppage of play, the clock will be reset to two (2) minutes and remainder of the game will be completed with stop time.  

All A.A.H.A. rules will be in effect during tournament play.


Tournament Format:
        

Point System in round robin play:

The tournament will consist of three round robin games.  Points will be awarded as follows:

  • 2 points for a WIN;
  • 1 point for a TIE; and
  • 0 points for a LOSS.

Tie games will be permitted during round-robin play and will not be broken.  The two teams with the most points at the end of round robin play will be in the Championship Final.  The other two teams will compete in the Consolation Final.


Tie Breakers after Round-Robin Play is completed:

(a) - Tie in standings between two teams after round robin play:

Ties in the standings after round-robin play for all tournaments will be broken as follows:

  1. The winner of the game between the two tied teams;
  2. If that game ended in a tie or the two tied teams did not play one another, the team with the better record of goals for and against (goals for divided by goals against – highest          fraction wins, note: a maximum six-goal differential in any on game will apply); or
  3. If again there is a tie, the team that scored the first goal in a game between the two tied    teams; or
  4. If still a tie, the team with the fewest penalty minutes assessed overall; or
  5. If all else fails, a coin toss.

(b) - Tie in standings between three or more teams after round robin play:

In the event of a tie in the standings between three or more teams, standing will be determined in the indicated order:

  1. The best records of goals for and against as per (ii) above, or
  2. If a tie still exists, then the team with the fewest penalty minutes assessed in round       robin play; or
  3. If all else fails, the tie will be broken by a coin toss.

 

***If a three or more team tie is extinguished to the point of a two-team tie, revert then to the list of tie breakers as set out in part (a) above.***

 

Tie Games in Championship and Consolation Finals:

If a Consolation Final or Championship Final Game is tied at the end of regulation time, a "NHL-style" shoot-out will be held to break the tie.  Each team will select three (3) players to take shots on the opposing goalie. Players from each team will alternate. Each shot will begin with the puck at center ice and the player will start his shot at the sound of the referee's whistle.  In the event that the game is still tied after the first initial three players from each team have taken their shots, teams will continue to alternate players to take a shot on a "sudden-death" basis until the tie has been broken. No player may be selected to be a shooter a second time until all players have had an opportunity to shoot once.

Tournament Eliminations:

Any player who receives a misconduct penalty in the last ten (10) minutes of a game will be required to sit out the next game.  In all other cases, MHAC rules apply.

Player Eligibility:

Player amateur cards or “team sheets” are required, and must be on hand if challenged by any team.  Only registered and approved affiliates for your team may be used. Only those players included in the Springbank Classic Tournament Registration will be eligible to play in this tournament.

Other Rules and Information:

Teams shall arrive 45 minutes prior to the start of the game.  Team line-ups must be ready and verified by each team 20 minutes prior to the game.

Players must take their equipment directly from the dressing room to their vehicles and not leave it in the arena foyer.  SMHA and SPFAS will not be responsible for any lost or stolen equipment.
The Tournament Committee, consisting of three members of the host team, will review any disorderly conduct by players or coaches on or off the ice.
The Tournament Committee will hand down penalties for such actions.
There will be at least two (2) certified A.A.H.A. referees on the ice for each game. Cafeteria facilities will be available during all games.


Thank you for participating in the Springbank Hockey Tournament and we wish your team the best of luck!

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