Bantam Tournament-FULL- (Grand Valley Minor Hockey)

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Grand Valley Minor Hockey will be hosting a Bantam tournament on Saturday January 12, 2019 at the Grand Valley Community Center.

TOURNAMENT CONTACT: Mandy Park (GVDMH Tournament Director) [email protected]

TOURNAMENT ENTRY FEE: $600.00 per team, lunch is provided for teams. 

TOURNAMENT APPLICATION FORM:

Bantam_Tournament_2019.pdf


TOURNAMENT FORMAT: 

8 Team round robin.  3 games guaranteed. Please see the attachment for more info:

GV_TOURNEY_FORMAT.xlsx


1. Tournament rules are in accordance with Ontario Minor Hockey Association. Teams are expected to comply with the rules of the tournament and the OMHA. This is a sanctioned tournament.

2. All teams are guaranteed 3 games consisting of three 10 minute stop time periods and a 2 minute warm-up from the time the gates are closed.  The final game will be 10, 10, 15 - time permitting.  This will be determined PRIOR to the start of the game.

3. All teams are required to sign in 45 minutes prior to their first game at the registration table.

4. If games end in a tie, the winner will be determined by an "NHL style" shootout.  In the 4 final games, time permitting, there will be an "NHL style" 3 on 3 overtime and shoot-out (see #9 below). Any player serving a penalty at the end of the game will not be eligible to participate in the shoot-out.

5. Any team late for the start of the game will be assessed a delay of game penalty.

6. Time-outs are not allowed by any team. 

7. Home team will be designated as per tournament schedule. 

8. Tournament Format

6 Teams (Round-robin)

9. Overtime Procedure: if any of the 4 final games end in a tie, they will be decided by an NHL style 3 on 3, 5 minute run time, sudden death Overtime.  Penalties in OT will result in the ‘power play’ team getting an additional player on the ice, while the offending player serves the 2 minute penalty (4 on 3).  When the player returns to the ice, OT will continue 4 on 4, until a stoppage in play, at which time 3 on 3 play will resume.

 If still tied, Coaches will list the first three players to participate in the shoot-out by numbering them one through three on the game sheet prior to the shoot-out. Shoot-outs will take place from centre ice to each end of the ice, with the home team shooting last.  Goaltender cannot be changed during the shoot-out unless due to injury. Should the score remain tied after the first three players from each team have shot, the shoot-out will continue in a sudden death format (one shooter scores, the other does not, the scoring team wins). Coaches will choose from the remaining players on their list. If a team with fewer players exhausts their roster, returning to the first shooter, the opposing coach has the option of returning to their first shooter at the same time. A player serving a penalty at the end of the OT period will not be eligible to participate in the shoot-out.


10. Any parent, player, or member of the coaching staff will be ejected (as may the entire team) from the tournament for ANY act of unsportsmanlike conduct, with no refund.

11. Decisions of the Tournament Committee are final.

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