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Oct. 5-8, 2018 Peewee T2-3 Thanksgiving Tourney

 


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Peewee Team Standings:

POOL "A"
  • Alberni    2 + 0 + 0 = 2  3rd
  • Nanaimo    0 + 0 + 0 = 0  4th
  • Juan de F  0 + 2 + 2 = 4  2nd
  • North Isl  2 + 2 + 2 = 6  1st

POOL "B"
  • Campbell R 2 + 2 + 2 = 6  1st
  • Oceanside  0 + 0 + 2 = 2  3rd
  • Saanich    0 + 0 + 0 = 0  4th
  • Peninsula  2 + 2 + 0 = 4  2nd

Peewee Game Schedule:

Fri  5:30 7:00  pm C ALBERNI    5  VS NANAIMO    2

Sat  8:45 10:15 am C JUAN DF    4  VS NORTH ISL  7
Sat 10:00 11:30 am W SAANICH    3  VS PENINSULA  6
Sat 11:45 1:15  pm W OCEANSIDE  2  VS CAMPBELL R 5
Sat  1:30 3:00  pm W ALBERNI    5  VS NORTH ISL  6
Sat  2:00 3:30  pm C NANAIMO    4  VS JUAN DF    7
Sat  3:15 4:45  pm W PENINSULA  7  VS OCEANSIDE  3
Sat  7:15 8:45  pm C CAMPBELL R 9  VS SAANICH    2

Sun  9:15 10:45 am C NORTH ISL  11 VS NANAIMO    0
Sun 11:00 12:30 pm C CAMPBELL R 10 VS PENINSULA  0
Sun 11:30 1:00  pm W ALBERNI     1 VS JUAN DF    3
Sun  1:15 2:45  pm W OCEANSIDE   6 VS SAANICH    2
  *** END OF ROUND ROBIN ***
Sun  6:00 8:00  pm C A1-N.ISLAND 7 VS B2-PENINSULA 6
Sun  6:30 8:30  pm W B1-CAMPBELL 4 VS A2-JUAN DF   2

Mon  8:30 10:00 am C A4-NANAIMO   6 VS B4-SAANICH  3
Mon  9:00 10:30 am W B3-OCEANSIDE 3 VS A3-ALBERNI  1
Mon 12:00 2:00  pm C PENINSULA      VS JUAN DF     BRONZE 
Mon 12:30 2:30  pm W N.ISLAND       VS CAMPBELL    GOLD

Peewee Game Highlights:

(all Alberni team games and Tournament Finals)

Game 1 (Fri. 5:30 pm) Alberni 5 vs Nanaimo 2

1st Period – Alberni goal at 10:20 was scored on the powerplay by #12 Kyle Ralson, assisted by Kash Nicklin.  End of 1st period score Alberni 1, Nanaimo 0.

2nd Period – Alberni’s #12 Kyle Ralson returns at 6:48 with his second goal, assisted by #10 Jace Fedirchuk.  Nanaimo’s #27 Jackson Rauh scores a powerplay goal, assisted by #33 Avery Winchell with less than a minute left to play in the period.  End of 2nd period score, Alberni 2, Nanaimo 1.

3rd Period – Alberni starts of the period at 18:58 with a goal from #7 Chase Ruel, assisted by #13 Brielie Banton.  Alberni scores again at 15:46 with a goal from #5 Kash Nicklin, unassisted.  Nanaimo scores at 14:12 with a goal from #22 Bodie Coburn, assisted by #33 Avery Winchell.  Alberni’s #9 Aidan Swann scores the final goal of the game, unassisted.

Final Score:  Alberni 5, Nanaimo 2.

Penalty Summary:  Alberni had 12 penalties totaling 24 penalty minutes.  Nanaimo had 10 penalties totaling 20 penalty minutes.

Player awards:  Alberni’s #6 Telgen Campbell & #34 Koen Cleaver and Nanaimo’s #1 Ethan Garland & #27 Jackson Rauh.


Game 5 (Sat. 1:30 pm) Alberni 5 vs North Island 6

1st Period – North Island #8 Isabelle Stewart scores with less than a minute left to play in the period with assists from #5 Jack Barrett & #7 Lucca Stewart.

2nd Period – North Island #5 Jack Barrett scores at 12:36, with an assist from #7 Lucca Stewart.  Alberni gets on the scoreboard at 3:08 with a goal from #5 Kash Nicklin, assisted by #9 Aidan Swann.

3rd Period – North Island starts off the period at 19:38 with a goal from #11 Zachary Spafford, assisted by #5 Jack Barrett.  Alberni returns at 18:02 with a goal from Kash Nicklin, unassisted.  Alberni’s #10 Jace Fedirchuk scores at 13:11 with assists from #14 Alex McKenzie & #18 Seth Corlazzoli.  Another Alberni goal at 12:43 was scored by #5 Kash Nicklin, unassisted.  At 11:02 North Island #5 Jack Barrett scores with assists from #7 Lucca Stewart and #11 Zachary Spafford.  Alberni #6 Teigen Campbell scores at 10:36 with an assist from #14 Alex McKenzie.  The last two goals were scored by North Island’s #12 Landon Turgeon, unassisted at 2:38, then #11 Zachary Spafford with an assist from #5 Jack Barrett, just before the final whistle.

Final Score – Alberni 5, North Island 6.

Penalty Summary – Alberni had 12 penalty minutes.  North Island had 10 penalty minutes.

Player awards went to Alberni’s #1 Keelam Parmar & #9 Aidan Swann and North Island’s #18 Maddox Peterson & #16 Tanner Livingston.


Game 11 (Sun. 11:30 am) Alberni 1 vs Juan de Fuca 3


Game 16 (Mon. 9:00 am)  Oceanside 3 vs Alberni 1

1st Period – No scoring.

2nd Period – Alberni is the first on the scoreboard with a goal from #5 Kash Nicklin, assisted by #9 Aidan Swann at 11:41.  Oceanside followed at 11:02 with a goal from #15 Kurt Beaton, assisted by #9 Grady Dragani.  Oceanside scores again at 8:18 with a goal from #18 Declan Erler and assists from #16 Seth Medves & #4 Ty Boulton.

3rd Period – The only goal in the period was scored by Oceanside’s #16 Seth Medves, assisted by #18 Declan Erler & #7 Brett Stouffer at 14:12.

Final score:  Oceanside 3, Alberni 1.

Penalty Summary:  Each team had 8 penalties, totalling 16 penalty minutes.

Player awards went to Oceanside #1 Declan Fines & #12 Benjamin Groome.  Alberni player awards went to #11 Mason Watts & #10 Jace Fedirchuk.


Game 18 (Mon. 12:30 pm) North Island vs Campbell River (Gold Medal Game)



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Tournament Director:

Cat Dayley – cathydayley85@gmail.com   250-735-1530

Peewee Tier 2-3 Tournament Rules

1. All games will follow VIAHA, BC Hockey & Hockey Canada rules. All referees decisions are final.

2. Any protest will be lodged in writing to the Tournament Director within 1 hour of the end of the game with a $100.00 non-refundable cash fee Protest Committee decisions will be final and should be respected.

3. Home teams will wear their light colored jerseys with the Away teams wearing their dark colored jerseys.

4. Team officials are responsible for verifying the game sheet at least 45 minutes prior to game time Game sheets will be prepared in advance.

5. No team shall take to the ice without an official present.

6. There will be $100.00 fine for any damage done to the dressing rooms. Please lock your room when not in use.

7. Any player or team official receiving a match penalty or game misconduct penalty will be suspended from play for the remainder of that game and for the next tournament game. Any player or team official receiving a 2nd match penalty or game misconduct penalty will be suspended from all further tournament play. A match penalty shall be reported to the tournament director or tournament office at the conclusion of the game. It is the responsibility of the team manager to comply with this rule.

8. All round robin games have 1.5 hour ice slots consisting of a 5 minute warm up, 1st period 15 minute stop time; 2nd period 15 minute stop time and 3rd period 20 minute stop time, (or the wall clock, less 3 minutes, whichever comes first). The Bronze medal game is 2.00 hours consisting of a 5 minute warm up, 1st period 15 minute stop time; 2nd period 20 minute stop time; 3rd period 20 minute stop time, (or the wall clock, less 5 minutes, whichever comes first). The Gold Medal game is 2.00 hours and will consist of 5 min warm up, 1st period 15 min stop time, 2nd period 20 min stop time with an ice clean following the first whistle after the 10 min mark of the period. 3rd period 20 min stop time ( or the wall clock, less 5 min whichever comes first)

9. In the event of a tie after regulation time in the medal round and semi only, teams will play a 5 minute sudden death 4 on 4 overtime period, followed by another 5 minute sudden death 3 on 3 overtime period if the score still remains tied. If the game is continues to be deadlocked a 5 puck shootout will be played,

10. Bronze, Silver and Gold medals will be presented immediately following those games as identified on the schedule.
Points and Standings:
In Round robin play, teams will be awarded 2 points for a win, 1 point for a tie and 0 points for a loss In the event that teams are tied for a playoff position at the end of the round robin series the following tie breaking formula will apply:
The following will apply if there is a tie at the end of the round robin:
1. Greatest number of wins

2. Head to Head

3. Lowest goals against

4. Fewest penalty minutes

5. Coin toss between the teams still tied

It is the responsibility of the team officials to be present at the rink for the posting of final team standings, resulting semi-final game times and team match-ups following the round robin series.
Please remind your players, parents and coaches that we are here to encourage a weekend of fun, healthy competition and good sportsmanship. If there is a problem, we are confident a solution can be found. Be patient with our volunteers, remember, without them there would be no tournament.

Our arenas have a ZERO TOLERANCE rule for bullying, harassment and abuse. Please show respect and appropriate restraint. This includes players, fans, coaches, Refs and tournament Volunteers.

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