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Tournament Central - Battle at the REC Dec. 3-5

BATTLE AT THE REC

February 9-11

Marinette Community REC Center

2501 Pierce Ave.


LiveBarn

All tournament games can be viewed on LiveBarn.


Schedule


Results, Standings & Stats


Tournament Rules & Information

  • Locker rooms will be available 45 minutes prior to game time. Please ensure players are always monitored when in the locker room by coaches and locker room attendants.
  • Teams are expected to be ready to start 20 minutes before their game times. Games may start early if time permits.
  • Please plan to staff the penalty box for your games and tell them to dress warmly! It gets cold in the box.

Points System:

  • 4 points for Game Win
  • 2 points for Period Win
  • 1 point for a Period Tie

Tiebreakers:

  • Head-to-Head
  • Total Wins
  • Goals Against
  • Periods Won
  • Fewest Penalties

Rules:

  • 12-minute Periods
  • Automatic run time at a 6-goal lead
  • Each team will be entitled to one timeout per game.
  • USA Hockey rules will be enforced.
  • Games will end in a tie in pool play on Friday and Saturday. See Sunday overtime rules below.
  • The tournament director reserves the right to change the period time or change to stop/running time at any time based on schedule.
  • Any acts of discipline may be enforced by the tournament staff at any time, regardless of whether a penalty was called during the play.
  • There is a zero-tolerance policy for players, coaches, and parents. The tournament staff reserves the right to remove anyone from the rink for up to the remainder of the tournament.
  • Any questions or concerns during the weekend, ask the Tournament Director.

Sunday Overtime Rules:

If the game is tied at the end of regulation, the following overtime procedure shall be followed:

  • 5th Place games will end in a tie.
  • 1st and 3rd Place games will have 1 5-minute 5-on-5 overtime period.
  • If still tied, then a 3-player shootout.
  • If still tied, sudden victory shootout.

Shootout:

The shootout will be conducted as follows:

• A shootout is defined as a player attempting to score a goal and the opposing goalkeeper attempting to stop the shooter from scoring the goal.

• The home team will have the choice whether his/her team will shoot first or second.

• All goalkeepers and all players from both teams listed on the official game sheet shall be eligible to participate in the shootout.

• No Player can go twice until all players on the roster have gone once.

• Any player whose penalty had not been completed when the overtime period ended or who receives a penalty during a shootout procedure is not eligible to be one of the players selected to participate in any portion of the shootout procedure(s).

• The players of both teams will take the shots alternately until a decisive goal is scored. The remaining shots will not be taken.

• If after the shootout, the shootout score is still tied, there will be a sudden victory shootout.

Sudden Victory Shootout:

The sudden victory shootout will be conducted as follows:

• A sudden victory shootout is defined as each team attempting a shot. Should one team be successful and the other team not, the successful team shall win the shootout.

• Any player whose penalty had not been completed when the overtime period ended or who receives a penalty during a shootout procedure is not eligible to be one of the players selected to participate in any portion of the shootout procedure(s).

• Players in a sudden victory shootout shall not be allowed to take another shot until the rest of the team has taken a shot.

• The official scorekeeper shall record all shots taken indicating the players, goalkeepers, and goals scored.

 

USA hockey is committed to creating a safe and fair environment for all participants. USA Hockey and WAHA have a Zero Tolerance Policy that requires all players, coaches, on-ice and off-ice officials, parents, and spectators to demonstrate the high ideals of sportsmanship on the ice and in the stands. Attendance is a privilege with the expectation that everyone exhibits positive and respectful behavior. A violation of this Zero Tolerance Policy will result in a stoppage in the game and the removal of any spectator that violates this policy.

Spectator’s Code of Conduct includes the following:

  • Display good sportsmanship. Always respect players, coaches, and officials.
  • Act appropriately; do not taunt or disturb other fans; enjoy the game together.
  • Cheer good plays of all participants; avoid booing opponents. Profanity and objectionable cheers or gestures are offensive.
  • Do not lean over or pound on the glass.
  • Support the referees and coaches by trusting their judgment and integrity.
  • Respect locker rooms as private areas for players, coaches, attendants, and officials.
  • Be supportive after the game – win or lose. Recognize good effort, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Have fun and Let’s Play Hockey!