What equipment do I need to play?
For the roller hockey division you'll need your skates and a stick. For the street hockey division you'll only need a stick. Helmets, shin guards and gloves are highly suggested for both divisions.
What equipment do goalies need?
Goalies need a helmet, glove, blocker, chest protector and leg pads. Since this is street hockey and a ball is being used, some alterations on equipment can be made. For example, a baseball glove can be used instead of a goaltender's catching glove or a baseball catcher's chest protector can replace a hockey goalie's.
What if I don't have all the necessary equipment?
We can provide sticks to borrow if you let us know how tall you are and what your dominant hand is. E-mail us for stick requests.
My team has never played hockey, will we stand a chance against the other teams?
We will do our best to create a schedule where teams play other teams with the a similar skill level.
Do I need to be able to field a whole team?
If you want to play but can't gather a whole team then register as many players are you can bring. We'll get you a whole team for the tournament.
I registered my team online, can I show up to the tournament later?
The online registration reserves a place for you and your team, but in order to be registered for games you need to show up at the pre-tournament registration which will be held from 9:30-11am.
What is open play?
Open play is when the rink will be open for any of the tournament's participants to play hockey before the tournament begins. It is a great opportunity to warmup, develop chemistry and get more bang for your buck. It will officially be held from 10-11:45am.