Shanahan International, Tournaments, Minor Bantam AAA '05, 2018-2019 (London Junior Knights)

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Shanahan International (5340)
Location: Mississauga, ON
Thursday, November 1, 2018-Sunday, November 4, 2018
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About This Tournament
Tournament Standings:

https://www.repshockey.com/tournament.standings.php?who=8&whois=shanahan&agegroup=2005

Tournament Rules:

October 16th, 2018

Tournament Rules

1. Travel Permits: All teams must supply a travel permit prior to the tournament.American teams are requested to submit a USA Hockey Travel permit while Canadian teams are requested to submit their league Travel permits.Your team may not begin play until your travel permit is handed in.If you are unsure of how to get your travel permit please ask your Club’s GM.

2. Eligible Players:Only players whose names appear on the first game sheet are eligible to play. Players may play for only one team registered in the tournament.

3. Changing a call on a gamesheet: The tournament hasno authority or ability to overturn or change any penalty or suspension appearing on the game sheet.

4. Body Checking: There is NO body checking in the Minor Atom, Atom, Minor Peewee or Peewee divisions. Body checking is permitted in the Minor Bantam division.

5. OHF Minimum Suspesions:The tournament will be played under OHF (Ontario Hockey Federation) rules regarding length of suspensions. The OHF website is located at www.ohf.on.caThe tournament office will maintain a hard copy for viewing by cared team officials.

6. Suspensions:Should a player or team official receive a suspension, the tournament will text your team contact a "suspension notification".However it is the responsibility of each team to ensure any player or team official who has been assessed a game suspension sits out the required amount of games as per OHF minimum suspension rules. Failure to comply will result in the offending team forfeiting the game, which will be recorded as a 1-0 loss.

7. Tournament Office:The tournament office is for tournament officials and team staff only.

8. Team Official Pre-Game Registration Process:One carded team official is required to check in at the tournament office one hour prior to each game to complete and verify the game sheet. Prior to the team’s first game, please ensure you bring with you:

  • A copy of your team’s travel permit
  • A copy of your team’s official roster

Note 1: Players and coaches donothave to sign the game sheet.

Note 2: Last team to complete the game sheet is responsible to bring the completed game sheet to the bench where it is to be given to the referees.

9. Jerseys:The home team will wear light colored jerseys.

10. Time between Game start-times:GTHL rules allow for a minimum three-hour spread between published start times.

11. Period Lengths: All games shall have three (3) fifteen minute stop time periods (unless under curfew).

12. Overtime in a Round Robin Game:Should a round robin game end in a tie after regulation time has expired, one three-minute, 3 on 3 overtime period will be played with a running clock.Teams will not change ends for the overtime. Any unexpired penalties shall remain in force. If a team takes a penalty during the overtime period, teams will play four (4) on three (3) -teams may not play with less than three skaters. Player changes may only take place on the fly and not on a whistle.

13. Points:Two points for a regulation victory; one point for a regulation tie; one additional point awarded to the wining team for an overtime win. Round Robin games won in overtime will be displayed as a win for the winning team and an OTL for the losing team.If the overtime ends without a winner the game will be displayed as a tie.

14. Scheduled Game Starts:All teams must be prepared to playfifteen (15) minutesahead of schedule. Failure to comply may result in the offending team being assessed a two minute Delay of Game penalty to start the game.

15. Timeouts:No timeouts are permitted during round robin play or round robin overtime. One 30sec timeout per team is allowed during the quarterfinals, semifinals and Gold and Bronze Medal finals.

16. Curfew: Each round robin game has been allotted 80 minutes to play, including a flood before each game. If for any reason a game may not be completed on time, a member of the tournament staff may notify each team that a running clock will close out the remainder of the game.

17. Dressing Rooms:Dressing rooms are assigned by each arena and will be posted on the arena monitors. A team may not keep their dressing rooms between games.Separate dressing rooms will be available for female players – please make the tournament aware of your dressing room requirements 14 days prior to the tournaments start.

18. Locks:The arenas“do not”supply locks for the dressing room. Please bring your own lock.

19. Pre-Game Warm-up:Teams are provided with a two (2) minute on ice warm-up prior to the start of each game. Players are NOT allowed on the ice for their pre-game warm-up until at least one referee is on the ice.The offending team will be given a two-minute minor penalty to start the game.

20. Pre-Game Handshakes:Teams shall line up a centre ice after warm-up and touch gloves.

21. On-Ice Game Officials:Two GTHL referees have been hired for each game, three in Minor Bantam. In the event a referee is late or is a no-show,GTHL rules allow games to begin and end with one referee in the Minor Atom, Atom, Minor Peewee and Peewee divisions and 2 referees in the Minor Bantam division.

22. Off-Ice Officials: A timekeeper has been hired for each game. In the event a timekeeper is late or is a no-show, tournament rules call for the home team to supply the timekeeper.

23. Forfeit:Offending teams will be assessed a 1-0 loss.

24. Mercy Rule:If a team has a five (5) goal spread or more anytime during the third period a running clock will commence. Stop time will resume if the differential is reduced to three (3) goals.

25. Protests:All protests may be brought forward to the Tournament Governing Committee, in writing, within 60 minutes of the conclusion of the game. The committee's decision will be deemed final.

26. Tournament Standings:Tournament standings are available online on our website atwww.repshockey.com-just click on the Shanahan logo to enter the tournament home page and click on STANDINGS.

27. Two Team Tie Breaking Round Robin Formula:If two teams are tied in points, within their division, or for the purpose of choosing wildcard(s) after the round robin, the following tiebreaker format shall be used:

A1: Winner of round robin head to head game

A2: Most round robin wins

A3: Best GFavg

A4: Fewest goals against

A5: Most goals scored

A6:The team that scored the first goal between the two teams

A7: Single coin toss by a tournament director

 

28. Three or More Team Tie Breaking Round Robin Formula:If any step in this tiebreaking formula seeds just one team, that one team assumes the higher position. The tiebreaker will then continue on from that point to determine the seeding of the remaining teams.At no time will this formula revert back to using the two-team tiebreaker formula.

B1: Team with the most points earned from games played between the tied teams ONLY

B2: Most wins

B3: Best GAavg

B4: Fewest goals against

B5: Most goals for

B6: Single coin toss by a tournament director

 

29. Overtime in all Semi-finals, quarter finals and Finals:If the game ends in a tie after regulation time has expired, teams will play three (3) on three (3) for three minutes with a running clock. If a team takes a penalty, teams will play four (4) on three (3) -teams may not play with less than three skaters. Players may only change on the fly. If the game is still tied, a three-man sudden death shoot out will decide the winner.

30. Three-Man Sudden Death Shoot-Out:All skaters are to be sitting on their respective benches prior to the shootout. The referee will place two pucks on opposite sides of the centre circle. The home teams puck shall be the puck closest to the player’s bench. Once the pucks are in place the first two shooters take their spot on their respective blue lines. On the whistle the shootout commences until a winner is declared. No skater may shoot more than once until all skaters have shot.

31. Penalties in the semi-finals, quarterfinals or finals overtime and its effect on a sudden death shoot out:If a player takes a penalty in the three (3) on three (3) overtime and that penalty does not expire before the end of the overtime, the penalized player maynotparticipate in the shoot out.

32. Tournament Volunteers:Our volunteers have a passion for youth hockey and we could not run a successful tournament without them - please respect them!


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