Front Range Face-Off for Mental Health


Hockey Tournament
Aug 30 - Sep 1, 2024
125 Superior Plaza Way, Superior, CO 80027

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Tournament Rules and Format

* Team registration is $1,250 per team.
* Every team is guaranteed three games, within their division, in a round robin format.
* The top two teams in each division after the round robin play will play for Championship.
* Team rosters consist of 10-13 skaters and a goalie.
* All players must be at least 18 years of age as of 08/30/2024.
* All players MUST sign a waiver for the Blue Sport Stable prior to playing to be eligible to play.

All teams are divided into four divisions. It is important to roster your team in the appropriate division. Rosters will be reviewed prior to tournament play to ensure teams are in the appropriate division.
* Beginner Division: Team is comprised of primarily D/E level players* (No A, B or C level players will be allowed). This division is for the true enthusiast player who enjoys adult rec league hockey and the requisite post-game activities that accompany it. You should be playing in the lowest or second lowest division in your adult rec league.
* Intermediate Division: Team is comprised primarily of C level players. This division is for the aspirational pond hockey player who has the all the heart but maybe not the hands to compete in the divisions against the guys with HockeyDB pages! You should be playing in a mid-level division of your adult rec league.
* Advanced Division: Team is comprised primarily of highly skilled players. This division is for the competitive player who has played high school, Junior or college hockey and is looking to keep the competitive spirit alive. You should be playing in one of the two highest divisions of your rec league.
* Elite Division: Teams comprised primarily of A level players* that are 18-and-older. This is our highest level, and all players will be highly skilled having played Junior, college, and/or pro hockey.

Game Rules:
* All games are played with USA Hockey rules.
* There will be ZERO Tolerance for fighting and abuse of officials or rink staff.
* Any player(s) given a game misconduct or match penalty will be ineligible to play the rest of the tournament.
* All games are played in a 5 v 5 format with three 20-minute run-time periods and a 3-minute warmup.
* NO overtime or shootout for round robin games.
* Championship games that are tied after regulation time will go to a 3-person shootout with the home team choosing which team shoots first. If still tied after three shooters, it goes to sudden death.

Standings & Tie Breakers:
Win = 2 Points, Tie = 1 Point, Loss = 0 Points
In case of a tie in points within the division, the following tie breakers will determine seeding:
* Goal Differential (Max of 6 per game)
* Head-to-Head
* Goals Allowed
* Goals Scored

* Massage Therapists and Assisted Stretching will be on hand throughout the tournament.
* Mental health and traumatic brain injury specialists will have information booths throughout the tournament.
* The kickoff party starts at 5PM on Friday in the Eatery at the Blue Sport Stable.
* Friday games start at 8PM and end at 12:20AM.
* Saturday games start at 8AM and end at 10:15PM.
* Sunday games start at 9AM and end at 12:30PM.

Participation in this tournament is entirely voluntary and at the participant's own risk. While every effort is made to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience, inherent risks are associated with ice hockey, including but not limited to collisions, falls, and injuries. By choosing to participate, players acknowledge and accept these risks. It is strongly recommended that all participants possess appropriate skills and physical fitness levels for the sport. Additionally, all players are required to complete a waiver prior to taking part in any tournament activities. This waiver signifies their understanding of the risks involved and releases organizers, sponsors, and facilities from any liability for injuries sustained during the tournament. Players are responsible for ensuring they have adequate health insurance coverage. Organizers may enforce rules and regulations to promote safety and fair play, but ultimate responsibility for personal safety rests with each participant. By registering for the tournament, players agree to adhere to all rules and instructions provided by organizers and officials.

Format: 5x5


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