2022 U13 T1 Tournament
Welcome to the Salmon Arm T1 Tournament hosted in Chase, BC.
We will post any information throughout the weekend here along with the final standings after Saturdays round robin games.
3 way tie determined by BC Hockey Formula (Goals for divided by goal for + goals against). In determining the goal average, the maximum goal differential that will be used in the calculation is 7. For example, a game with a score of 12-1 will use a score of 8-1 in the formula.
- Salmon Arm .750%
- Surrey .704%
- Chilliwack .520%
2022 U13 T1 TOURNAMENT RULES FEB 25 – FEB 27
This tournament is sanctioned by the British Columbia Hockey (BC Hockey) and all games will be played under BCAHA and Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey Association (OMAHA) rules.
Teams will play a 3 game round robin.
At the conclusion of the round robin, all 4 teams will be ranked from 1-4. #1 vs #4, #2 vs #3 will play in a Semi Final game. Winners go on to the final. Highest seed is home team in the final game. Tie breaking procedure for round robin play -
- Total number of points (2 points for a win, 1 for a tie and 0 for a loss)
- Head to head (if the teams in question have played each other, the team who won).
- BC Hockey Formula (Goals for divided by goal for + goals against). In determining the goal average, the maximum goal differential that will be used in the calculation is 7. For example, a game with a score of 12-1 will use a score of 8-1 in the formula.
- Penalty minutes (lowest number)
- Goals against (lowest number)
- Goals for (highest number)
- Coin toss
- A player may play on only one team in this tournament
- Teams must be ready to take the ice at the designated start times for their games according to the tournament schedule. No teams are allowed on the ice until an on-ice official is on the ice. Teams which enter the ice surface prior to the officials will be assessed a minor penalty.
- Pre-game warm up will be 5 minutes.
- Each round robin and semi-final game will be 1 hour 30 minutes in length. Three (3) 20-minute periods will be played – first half of the game will be run time and the second half stop time. If there is a five goal differential in third period, time will resort to run time. If the difference becomes less than five during third period, it will resort back to stop time. If games are running late, the tournament coordinator has the right to change to run time during third period. However, the final 2 minutes will remain stop time. The ice will be cleaned at the end of each game.
- No timeouts in round robin play. One, 1-minute time-out in Championship play (semi-final and final) for each team.
- There will be no overtime or shoot outs in the round robin. Ties will remain as such.
- During semifinals and final (games 7, 8 and 9), if teams are tied at the end of regulation play, the following will occur (in order, as needed):
- 3 on 3 sudden death overtime for 5 minutes.
- 3 player shoot out (most goals scored at the conclusion) with a coin toss between captains to determine the team to shoot first.
- A head to head, one vs one player shoot-out (team to go first remains the same as under #2 above). The winning team will be the one that scores when the other team misses having had the equal number of shooters.
NO PLAYER MAY SHOOT TWICE UNLESS ALL OTHER PLAYERS HAVE ALREADY SHOT ONCE.
Minor penalty - 3 minutes if assessed in run time, 2 minutes if assessed in stop time.
Major penalty – 7 minutes if a assessed in run time, 5 minutes if assessed in stop time
Misconduct penalty - 15 minutes if a accessed in run time, 10 minutes if assessed in stop time
Please note, that penalties are determined when assessed and DO NOT change if the game switches from run time to stop time.
Any player who is assessed a major penalty for fighting or any player or coach who is assessed a gross misconduct or match penalty for any infraction will be ejected from the game. Any player who is assessed a major penalty for fighting or player or coach who is assessed a gross misconduct or match penalty for any infraction in a subsequent game will be ejected from the remainder of the tournament.
(Please refer to BC Hockey guidelines if necessary)
- Appeals must be presented to the tournament committee within 1 hour of the game ending. Decisions of the on-ice officials are final. Decisions made by the tournament committee will be final and all decisions will be made in a timely manner.
- Any abuse of the officials, parents, coaches, or players will result in ejection from the game and individual may be removed from the facility and not allowed back in the arena during the tournament. A reminder that our officials are doing their best. There may be some younger officials assigned to games that are learning and we expect all players, parents and coaches to be respectful to all of our officials. Coaches are responsible for the PARENTS and PLAYERS from their teams.
- MVP's & Heart and Hustle awards will be awarded at the end of each game. Each team will pick players from their own team or ask opposing coaches for input.
- Tournament draw and results will be posted online. Links will be shared.
- Dressing rooms are assigned when you arrive at the rink and/or will be posted online.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL DRESSING ROOMS ARE CLEANED AT THE END OF EVERY GAME. ANY ROOM LEFT IN POOR CONDITION WILL RESULT IN CONSEQUENCES OR A FINE BEING ISSUED TO THE OFFENDING TEAM AND A LETTER DRAFTED TO THEIR HOME ASSOCIATION.
- Teams/coaches must set their lineup on the electronic game sheet 30 min prior to the game. Please use the BC Hockey Hisports app on your phone (hisports.app/games). Coaches…please ensure your line-up is according to your current Hockey Canada roster.
Good luck and good sportsmanship!!!