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REGISTRATION FOR NOVEMBER 16TH PD DAY EVENT IS NOW OPEN!

RETURNING 3ON3 PLAYERS?

We've expanded our game options giving you more selection and playing opportunities to suit expanded needs.

2012 - 2014 birth year: 3on3 CROSS ICE
2011 - 2012 birth year: 4on4 FULL ICE
2011 birth year: 3on3 FULL ICE
2010 birth year: 3on3 FULL ICE
2009 birth year: 3on3 FULL ICE
2008 birth year: 3on3 FULL ICE

FULL - ICE registration fee is $65
CROSS - ICE registration fee is $40

First time 3on3 players INTRO PROGRAM - RETURNS JANUARY 4, 2019.

We've partnered with Snipe Academy to introduce you to a great way to spend PDDAYs:

  1. Register your child to play in their first ever 3on3Tourneys event, as our guest (ie. FREE,) so they may experience the fun and excitement of this style of play, also seen in NHL overtime periods. Then...
  2. Select a time slot for your child to take in some shooting practice at SNIPE ACADEMY, as their guest (ie. FREE), so they can learn to shoot like the pros.

Why are we doing this? Quite simply, 3on3TOURNEYS & SNIPE ACADEMY ... we're sure you'll agree, we're a great way to spend a PDDAY!

event details

  • A one day tournament format
  • 4 games guaranteed
  • All full ice games officiated by 2 certified referees
  • NEW FORMAT OPTIONS:
    > 4on4 FULL ICE ($65/pp)
    > 3on3 FULL ICE ($65/pp)
    > 3on3 CROSS ICE ($40/pp)
  • "No Body Checking" policy strongly enforced
  • Open to ALL minor hockey players, boys and girls
  • Recreational and Competitive divisions
  • Championship and Consolation awards presented
  • Insurance coverage through Sports Plus Insurance

We host these tournaments so that kids can spend a great day at the rink with their friends - playing a great game in a fast and exciting 3on3 format.  We take the safety of all players very seriously and apply a  "No Body Checking" policy to ALL ages to reduce the risk of injury and improve player safety.  We reserve the right to eject and/or deny entry to players who continue to violate the "No Body Checking" policy.  Additionally, any player ejected due to an 'intent to injure' type action will absolutely be denied entry to future events. Hoping we are never forced to act on this, rest assured our efforts will always be in favour of the kids who are playing to have fun, be safe, and respect the No Body Checking policy.

 


 


LONDON SFS

REGISTRATION for all 3on3 Tourneys events is available at Source For Sports, London ON.

 



UPCOMING EVENTS 2018 / 2019 SCHOOL YEAR

October 26 PA DAY (TVDSB, LDCSB, CSCPROV.) COMPLETED
November 16 PA DAY (TVDSB, LDCSB, CSCPROV.) NICHOLS ARENA
January 4 WINTER BREAK NICHOLS ARENA
January 18 ELEMENTARY PA DAY NICHOLS ARENA
February 18 FAMILY DAY NICHOLS ARENA
April 5 PA DAY (TVDSB, LDCSB) TBA
April 19 GOOD FRIDAY TBA
June 7 ELEMENTARY PA DAY TBA
June 28 LAST PA DAY OF YEAR TBA

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PERSPECTIVE

Thoughts on 3on3, shinny, being competitive, and having fun...

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3on3: For the love of the game

Our vision can be traced back to good ol' style shinny, where kids were kids and played 'til the streetlights came on'! They played hard and most definitely to win - but mostly, they played for the love of the game!

They were creative, took chances, and made their own decisions...some right; some wrong...but that was okay because they played for the love of the game!

But with such busy schedules, when do kids have a chance to play that kind of game?

On school PA days, parents look for reliable, affordable programs that their kids will enjoy...and there's no better enjoyment than a day off school, playing of 3on3 hockey with their friends.

We provide a venue and a tournament format for your kids and their buddies to form their own team, make up their own name, and challenge the others for a championship. All in one day. No long term commitment. No imposition on your regular nightly schedule. Just a great way to spend a day at the rink.

Our approach follows a "this day is for the kids" policy and it will be strictly enforced.