Category Archives: Boys Ball Hockey (El)


April 5, 2017

Location: Vaughan Sportsplex 2 8301 Keele St.

Date: Thursday April 27th 2017 8:00am-4:30pm

Convenor:  Michael Bentivegna

Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division4
NOR TPS Everest 1 CGMA
TC TP Everest 2 APA
Sevenoaks Waldorf UMS Everest 3
Willowood KCS
Rink 1 Rink 2
8:00am Nor vs Willowood
8:30am TPS vs ACHS TP vs Waldorf
9:00am Sevenoaks vs TC Everest 1 vs Everest 2
9:30am KCS vs APA CGMA vs GAA
10:00am Nor vs MGOS PACE vs UMS
10:30am TPS vs TP Everest 3 vs APA
11:00am Willowood vs TC Everest 2 vs UMS
11:30am ACHS vs Waldorf CGMA vs Everest 3
12:00pm MGOS vs Sevenoaks GAA vs KCS
1:00pm Nor vs TC Everest 1 vs UMS
1:30pm ACHS vs TP CGMA vs APA
2:00pm Mgos vs Willowood PACE vs Everest 2
2:30pm TPS vs Waldorf GAA vs Everest 3
3:00pm Severnoaks vs KCS  Everest 1 vs PACE
3:30pm SF 1 SF 2
4:00pm Finals
SF 1 Division winner 1 vs Division Winner 2
SF 2 Division winner 3 vs Division Winner 4


Equipment Required: One Piece stick, Helmet with a cage, Gloves, Goalies need to have proper goalie gear, Shin Guards recommended

  • Each game will be officiated by one referee.


  • Games will consist of two 10-minute periods running time.


  • The last two minutes of the second period will be stop time if there is a one-goal difference in the score.


  • Each team will dress/bring no more than 12 players. There will be five players (4 players and a goalie) on the floor per team.


  • Due to spatial limitations, there can be no more than 2 adults on the bench.


  • All players must wear a CSA approved helmet with full-face protection, and protective type hockey gloves or lacrosse gloves. A mouth guard is highly recommended.


  • Goalies must wear gloves and a CSA approved helmet with full-face protection. All other equipment is optional.


  • Plastic, composite or wooden hockey sticks may be used. No plastic blades where a screw is used to secure a blade may be used.


  • The goalie crease must be 5 feet across and 3 1/2 feet deep.


  • If an offensive player is deemed to be in the goalie’s crease under their own will, at the time the team scores, the goal will be disallowed.


  • High sticking is any stick that is raised above the shoulder whether it touches the ball or not.


  • High sticking, roughing, body checking, cross-checking, boarding, tripping and hooking (typical ice hockey rules) will be called and a 3 minute penalty will be assessed, except in the championship game where the last period will be stop time; a two-minute penalty stop time will be assessed.


  • A face off will resume the game after the whistle has been blown.


  • If a goalie covers the ball for longer than a three-steamboat count, there will be a whistle and a face off in the zone.


  • Any unsportsmanlike conduct may result in ejection from the game (at the referee’s discretion). Any fighting will result in disqualification from the tournament for the player(s) involved and a seven-minute penalty will be assessed to the team.


  • A soft orange or blue ball hockey ball will be used to play all the games.


  • Substitutions may be done on the fly or after a whistle. During substitution the player coming off must be completely off before the next player can join the play.


  • It is the coaches’ responsibility to make sure that the proper SSAF eligibility sheet be sent to the convenor within the specified time frame.


  • In the event of a tie; in the preliminary round, the game will be considered a tie; in the playoff rounds, the game will go into penalty shots. For the penalty shots each team picks any five shooters from the roster (the player(s) must have played in that game). Both shooters must shoot at the same time on opposing goaltenders. If at the end of the five shooters the score remains tied then another round of sudden death penalty shots will follow. Each team has to let everyone who is dressed have a penalty shot before one can shoot a second time. If teams have a different number of players then an equal number of players on each team will take a penalty shot based on the number of players on the smaller team.


  • In the event of tie in the championship game, the teams shall play five-minute sudden victory overtime. If at the end of overtime the teams remain tied then penalty shots will proceed.


(20)     A. In the case of a tie between schools the first tie breaker will be head to head.

  1. If still tied, goals against will be the next determining factor (prevents running up of score).
  2. If they are still tied, the team that has scored the most goals.
  3. If they are still tied, the team that has the least penalty minutes.
  4. If they are still tied after scenario D, a coin toss will be used.


  • Each team is responsible to bring pinnies (different colour than your jerseys) in

case you play another team that is wearing the same colour as you. If only one

team brought pinnies, the other team will wear them. If both teams brought their

pinnies, a coin flip will decide who wears them.


March 23, 2014

2016 -2017 Tournament information coming soon 🙂