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Moncton High School Hockey Classic
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ASO vs RHS
Jan. 7 10:00 am
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HT vs RR
Jan. 7 10:15 am
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MEN Div. II
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KAM vs Sus
Jan. 7 11:45 am
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WOMEN
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SJA vs CdJ
Jan. 7 12:00 pm
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MEN Div. I
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RHS vs RR
Jan. 7 1:45 pm

CLASSIC RULES & REGULATIONS

(SUBJECT TO REVIEW AND AMENDMENT)

 

Before and After Each Game 

Before each game, your team will have 5 minutes to warm up. The warm-up pucks will be there for you. After the warm-up, please pick up the pucks. Teams will play three (3) periods of sixteen (16) minutes stop time. There will be a flood every two periods. After the game, the teams will shake hands and each coach will select their game MVP. On-ice officials will present the awards. The teams will line-up on their respective blue line during the presentation.

TIE BREAKING FORMULA

If two teams are tied on equality of points in the standings after completion of the round-robin, the following tie breaking criteria applies:

  1. Team who won the game between the two teams tied.
  2. Team with most wins.
  3. Least goals against in all games.
  4. Best goal differential (best plus and minus) in all games.
  5. The team with the best goal average gains the higher position. The goal average of a team is to be determined in the following manner: Total number of goals for divided by total number of goals for and against.
    • Note: All round robin games are included.
    • Example: 10 goals for, 4 goals against
    • Percentage: 10/(10+4)=0.714
    • Note: Higher percentage gains the higher position
  6. The team that scored the earliest in the tournament.
  7. If teams are still tied, the team who wins the coin toss.

If three or more teams have the same number of points in the group after completion of the round-robin, then the following tie breaking criteria applies (with no secondary return to the head-to-head results):

  1. Team with most wins
  2. Least goals against from all games played.
  3. Best goal differential (best plus and minus) in all games.
  4. The team with the best goal average gains the higher position. The goal average of a team is to be determined in the following manner: Total number of goals for divided by total number of goals for and against.
    • Note: All round robin games are included.
    • Example: 10 goals for, 4 goals against
    • Percentage: 10/(10+4)=0.714
    • Note: Higher percentage gains the higher position
  5. The team that scored the earliest in the tournament.
  6. If teams are still tied, the team who wins the coin toss.

 

Games 

Each game will consist of three (3) periods of sixteen (16) minutes of stop time. There will be five (5) minutes of warm-up and there will be floods every two (2) periods.

TEAMS MUST BE READY TO PLAY FIFTEEN (15) MINUTES EARLIER. 

If a team does not show-up to play, the other team shall be awarded a 5 to 0 victory and shall also be awarded 2 points.

Playoff Games

In the event of a tie game during the playoff portion of the tournament, one ten minute, sudden victory period will be played and will begin with teams playing three on three (not including goaltender). The ice condition will be evaluated and a decision will be made if a flood is required after this initial ten minute sudden death period. If teams are still tied, we will play one twenty minute period of 3 on 3 and we will continue until we have a winner.

In the case of penalties during the overtime, for each penalty assessed, the non-penalized team adds a player; the penalized players jumps on the ice at the end of his/her penalty; teams then play 4 on 4, or 5 on 5 until the next whistle.

SPECIAL NOTE: If games are cancelled due to inclement weather, tournament games will be shortened in order to complete the preliminary round.

Jerseys 

The home team (second one listed on the schedule) will wear their dark jerseys; the visiting team will wear their white jerseys.

Time outs 

Teams will be allowed one time out per game for all games. 

Playoffs 

BOYS

In Division 1 and 2, the 1st position will play against the 8th position, 2nd against 7th, 3rd against 6th, and 4th against 5th in the quarter-final games. Moving forward, the team with the best rank will play against the 4th and the 2nd against the 3rd in the semi-finals. The two remaining teams will meet in the final. The higher rank team always has home ice.

GIRLS

The 1st and 2nd place teams will get a bye to the semi-finals. The 3rd place team plays against the 6th place team and the 4th against the 5th in the quarter-finals games. In the semi-finals, the 1st place team will play against the 4th rank team and the 2nd place team play against the 3rd rank of the remaining teams. The two winners will meet in the final. The higher rank team always has home ice.

 

Please note that the TIMES AND LOCATIONS for all playoff games shall will be determined by the Tournament Committee and the decisions as to the TIME AND LOCATION of these games are final

 

Penalties and Suspensions 

NBIAA regulations will be used, except in the following cases:

1. Any player who has been assessed a major penalty will automatically receive a game misconduct. As well, he/she will be suspended from his/her next game in the Classic. A second such infraction will result in the player being suspended from the Tournament. 

2. A 10-minute misconduct penalty will not result in any further action being taken by the Tournament Committee. However, the Tournament Committee reserves the right to impose further penalty or sanction in the case of a second 10-minute misconduct penalty assessed by the Game Officials. 

3. Any player who receive a 5 major and game misconduct shall be suspended for the next game. If a player receives a game misconduct in the last 10 minutes of a game, that player shall be suspended for the next game.

4. Any player, coach, or manager receiving a match or gross misconduct penalty is automatically suspended for the remainder of the Tournament. 

5. If, in the opinion of the Tournament Committee, a player or coach is behaving, on the ice, behind the bench, in the stands or in any venue associated with the tournament, in a manner contrary to the Tournament theme of fair play and sportsmanship, the team will be issued a warning. If the player or coach does not adjust his/her behavior immediately and permanently, that person will be suspended from further participation in the Classic.

None of these sanctions is subject to appeal. The decisions of the Tournament Committee’s discipline board are final.

 

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