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Local 21 Pee Wee Classic
Tournament Rules & Regulations

  1. This tournament is a SHA sanctioned tournament and follows Hockey Canada and SHA rules governing minor hockey.

 

  1. The teams will be divided into eight pools of four.  Two points for a win, one point for a tie, zero points for a loss.  First place teams will go to A event, second place will go to B event, third place will go to C event and fourth place will go to D event.
  1. As per SHA Regulation 3.09.01 the following criteria shall be used to determine team standings in the event of a tie at the conclusion of pool play:

           

  1. Two teams Tied
    1. Best win record in games played between tied teams
    2. If still tied, the team with the best win record
    3. If still tied, the team with the best goal average in all games would qualify. The goal average of a team is determined by dividing the total number of goals for by the total number of goals for and against in all games played.    Note that a maximum of 7-goal difference per game will be used in the calculation of the game ratio.  This will be calculated from the actual “goals for” of the losing team in the particular game.
    4. If still tied, the team with the least number of minutes in penalties in all games
    5. If still tied, the team to qualify would be the team, which scored the earliest goal in the game(s) between the tied teams.
    6. If still tied after all previous methods have been applied, the winner will be decided by a single toss of a coin.
      1. Three or more teams tied

      Note this tiebreaker is used to determine the seeding of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.

  1. Best win record in games played between tied teams
  2. If still tied, the team with the best goal average in all games would qualify. The goal average of a team is determined by dividing the total number of goals for by the total number of goals for and against in all games played.  Note that a maximum of 7-goal difference per game will be used in the calculation of the game ratio.  This will be calculated from the actual “goals for” of the losing team in the particular game.
  3. If still tied the team with the fewest goals against in all the games played
  4. If still tied, the team with the most goals for in all the games played
  5. If still tied, the team with the least number of minutes in penalties in all games played.
  6. If still tied, a coin toss

            Note: Once a step in the three or more team tiebreaker establishes a ranking of a team(s), they assume that position and the remaining teams go to the next step.  They do not go back to the “Two Team Tiebreaker”

  1. Game duration: Pool and medal round play will consist of one (1) 15 minute and two (2) 20 minute stop time periods.  The ice will be cleaned after the second period and after the game. If there is a five goal or more spread in the third period, there will be straight time.  If the spread goes back to under five goals the game reverts back to stop time.

 
Finals will consist of three (3) 20 minute stop time periods with ice cleaning between each period. Teams are requested to be ready to go on the ice 15 minutes ahead of the scheduled game time. 

Teams will be penalized one (1) goal for every five (5) minutes of tardiness, to a maximum of three (3) goals. Lost time will be deducted from playing time.

The tournament committee reserves the right to adjust the playing time and ice cleaning schedule of any and all games.  Teams will be advised of any adjustments.

  1. Overtime: There will be no overtime in pool play.  Medal Round games tied at the end of regulation will be determined as follows: Teams will not change ends. Teams will play twenty (20) minute sudden death, stop time periods in a three skaters on three skaters format with the goalies in until a winner is decided.  In the event of a penalty, the penalized team will have their player in the penalty box and the opposing team will be allowed a fourth player (ie four on three).  The penalized player will rejoin the play at the end of the penalty and play will continue until a stoppage in play.  The teams will then revert back to a three on three format.  In the event of a 2nd penalty during the 1st penalty, the unpenalized team will go to five on three.  Penalties in regulation will overlap into the overtime period.

 

  1. As per HC rule # 4.4 (a), any player assessed a five (5) minute major penalty will also receive a game misconduct penalty.  If the game misconduct is assessed in the last ten (10) minutes of the game or overtime, the player will receive an automatic one (1) game suspension as per HC rule #4.6 (c).
  1. All Match penalties, Major penalties for checking from behind and checking to the head, Gross misconducts will be suspended according to SHA regulation 3.07. 

 

  1. The home team shall wear white colors.
  1. Each team will be allowed one (1) 30 second time-out pr game.

 

  1. The referee’s decisions are final in all matters pertaining to rule interpretations, assessment of penalties and awarding of goals and assists.
  1. Due to time limits, there will be NO stick or equipment measurements.  Referees are empowered at their discretion to remove dangerous equipment from the game.

 

    • PROTESTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED.


     

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