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Here are some common questions and answers you may have for the first annual Road Rage Street hockey tournament. Have a question that you don’t see the answer to? Just shoot us a quick email and we’ll be sure to get back to you.

When is the tournament? May 25/26, 2024 As always, the tournament runs RAIN OR SHINE, so please ensure the kids have appropriate wear for the weekend.

When is the entry deadline? We were fully sold out last year, so please register as early as possible. This also allows us the time to ensure we have enough t-shirts, water bottles and other goodies for all of the kids. Registration will be accepted up until the Friday prior to the tournament but we will not be able to guarantee entry or a swag bag for each player.

How much is it? Each team registered is $450.00 (+gst) and is due at time of online registration.

What does a team get for the registration? A minimum of 3 games per team. Each game is two 12 minutes halves. Each team will receive 7 ‘player’ fun bags which will include a collectible Road Rage T-shirt and other great surprises.

Is there a limit on number of teams? The tourney is a little flexible as we will determine the best schedule we can for each division based on the amount of teams registered. That said, register early to ensure you have your place in the tourney!

Are there divisions to play in? Yes, we will be dividing all of the teams registered into their respective age divisions. With the various ages, this may result in larger divisions than others but all teams are guaranteed at least 3 games.

Is there a girls only division? Numbers permitting, we are prepared to create a girls only division at Road Rage this year. In the event there are not enough teams registered, the team will participate in their regular age division.

Where is the tournament being held? It will be played in the south parking lot of St. Albert’s Servus Place which will be open and available to participants and spectators for use. There is a restaurant, Booster Juice and Starbucks in Servus Place along with facilities.

Who can register? Anyone between the ages of 4 and 17 on teams as per the similar hockey levels (2008/2009 as an example) can register a team as the team captain. Don’t worry if you don’t have your entire team together for registering as you must have your final lineup for the Friday, May 24th form pick up. All players on each team must be in the same age category.

How many players per team? 7 players is the recommended number of players (only grab bags for 7 players) up to a max of 10 players is allowed including a goalie who will play in full goalie gear. Players are required to wear hockey helmets and gloves.

Do teams have jerseys or dress up? You bet they do! Every year we see some awesome team outfits. Have fun with it (we’re having fun remember!) and we look forward to seeing what you’ve got!

What is the game area like? Street, pavement…asphalt…whatever suits you best. It is in the parking lot and each ‘rink’ will be approximately 70′ x 140′ and be full enclosed by temporary chain-link fencing.

In it to win it? Of course everyone wants to win, but we really want everyone to have a good time and lots of fun. Respect for opponents, officials are absolutely expected. Play hard but most importantly….HAVE FUN!!

Reminder for 18+ parents, friends and fans – there is no alcohol permitted on site.


3 on 3 with goalie (GOALIE IN FULL GOALIE GEAR)

Change on fly

Helmets and gloves mandatory

Must give half after goal

When a ball goes out of play, play resumes with opposing team getting possession at point of exit. Defending team will give 5 feet for game to resume.

Only face off is at start of game

Must give 10 feet when goalie covers ball (ref will yell)

All minor penalties are a penalty shot (taken immediately after penalty)

All majors…flagrant intent to injure or fighting is a penalty shot and ejection from tournament

Any abuse or disrespect of officials will not be tolerated and will result in a tournament ejection.

All games are 25 minutes straight time. In the event of inclement weather, organizers reserve the right to reduce game times to between 15-25 minutes in the effort of getting all games played.

7 players is the recommended number of players (only grab bags for 7 players) up to a max of 10 players is allowed

If the score differential is 6 or more the losing team gets to add a player, if the score differential is 10 or more the losing team gets to add 2 players. If score reduces to less than 10 or 6 added players are removed.

Ref scoresheet is final

Both captains sign final scoresheet and winning captain brings it to score table

Only registered players allowed on playing surface

Ties are broken with a sudden death shootout. No player can shoot twice until all players have shot.

No Zoro sticks (sticks with baskets) allowed.

Ties in standings will be broken with a rock-paper-scissors at 5:15 P.M. at the scoreboard inside Servus Place on May 25

Tournament organizers reserve the right to remove any unruly fans/players from the tournament

Questions? E-Mail us HERE