Tournament Rules: •
All playing rules will follow USA Hockey rules. •
Anyone assessed a game misconduct penalty is required to sit their next
tourney game. • Penalty Breakdown in all divisions:
Minor 1:30 min, Major 4:00 min, Misc 7:30 min.
• Teams must be ready to take the ice following the previous
game. • All teams will go on the ice for a 3
minute warm up and stay on to start the game. • All
teams in '01, '02. & 03' divisions will play 3-15 minute periods. •
All teams in '04, '05, 06 & '07 divisions will play 3-12 minute periods. •
There will be no time outs during round robin. 1 time out per team during the
play-off round. • There will be no overtime for the
qualifying round. • Play-off overtime will be 6 on 6(5
on 5 plus goalies) for 5 minutes running time. If still tied a shootout will
follow with 5 shooters from each team. If tied after 5 shooters a sudden death
shootout will continue until only 1 of the players’ scores.
Standings & Seedings:
• All results and Standings will be updated on
www.JrWarriors.com • Teams should not assume their final seedings position, but wait for final seedings to be posted to the Tournament Website PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
Page so that all Tie Breakers can be calculated & confirmed! •
2002, 2004 & 2006 Divisions Only - The Wildcard team will be determined after Blue,
Gold and White divisional winners have been established. All remaining teams
will follow the tie-breaking formula below to determine the Wildcard team.
The Wildcard team has been predetermined by tournament committee to play the 1st place team from the White Division in the Semi Final Round.
• Tie-Breaking Rules are detailed below:
Tie Breaking Rules to Determine Standings Position If two or more teams have an equal number of points, their position in the standings shall be determined by the following tiebreaking format. If one tie-breaker establishes a position for one or more teams, each team is placed in the applicable position. Once
one or more teams are placed by a tie breaker,
any remaining tied teams shall start the tiebreaking process over again at step 1. (If all tied teams have not played each other, then proceed to step 2. Note: a team may go into the tiebreaking process having defeated another of the tied teams and still not advance).
The tie-breaker formulas are as follows:
1. The results of the head-to-head games played between the tied teams in the following order: a. Most points. b. Most wins. c. Goal Differential d. Fewest Goals Against
2. If after applying the formulas of 1 a, b, c, d the tie still exists, the results of ALL the games played by the teams tied in the following order: a. Most Points b. Most Wins c. Goal Differential d. Fewest Goals Against e. Fewest Penalty Minutes
3. If above procedure does not break the tie, a coin toss will be used.