2020/2021 Season start dates for AAA/AA/A Hockey can have been listed under the category heading
2020/2021 Season start dates for City League (B) will be published once more information is known
U15 AAA - 1 team - plays in AEHL - non resident players are eligible to participate
U15 AA - 1 teams - plays in SCAHL
U15 A - 3 teams - plays in CAHL
U15 AA Female - 1 teams - plays in AFHL
U15 Female - 2 teams - play in the RMFHL
U15 B - plays locally in the RDMH City League
We are currently in the Hockey Alberta Return to Play Stage 2.
We will will follow Hockey Alberta recommendations for a safe and timely return to the ice.
Evaluation Sessions: Sept 10 - Sept 20
Team Training Level 1: Sept 22-Oct 19
AA Cohort to be formed around Thanksgiving Weekend
AA Team Selection October 18 - A Team Selection to Follow
Team Training Level 2: Sept 24- Oct 23
Optional Physical Distance Skill Sessions: Oct 1-24 - Registration available under the Season: 2020-2021 Training Sessions
Evaluation Sessions: TBA
Teams start-up: TBA - it is anticipated that Teams will start November 1
City League Evaluation Player Groupings will be posted to Website under the U15 Tab on October 15th
Players will participate in one Physical Distance Skill Evaluation Session then be selected to a U15B team.
U15 Hockey will initially operate under the parameters of a Sport Cohort
Teams will be paired with one other team for 2 weeks of practices and games, then will practice individually for 14 days before joining with another team.
Should AHS restrictions be relaxed or removed to allow for Cohort expansion, additional game pairings would be added.
U15 B Game Format
3-20 Minute Stop time periods
2 hours is allocated to Bantam Games.
When five (5) minutes remains on the ice permit and after the first stoppage of play thereafter, the time clock will be set to two (2) minutes and the remainder of the game will be played stop time.
TIE BREAKING PROCEDURE for Playoff Seeding
When two (2) or more teams have an equal number of points after the final regular league standings, the teams will be ranked according to the following rules. If at any point in the application of these rules a tie of three (3) or more teams is reduced to a tie between two (2) or more teams, the tie-breaking procedure will begin again at Rule 6(b)(1).
1. The team with the best record in games played between the tied teams during regular league games shall be ranked the highest provided all tied teams have played an equal number of games against each other.
2. If the teams are still tied after application of Rule 6(b)(1), then the team with the best record of goals for minus goals against, in regular league games played between the tied teams shall be ranked the highest provided all tied teams have played an equal number of games against each other.
3. If the teams are still tied after application of Rule 6(b)(2), then the team with the most wins in regular league games shall be ranked the highest.
4. If the teams are still tied after the application of Rule 6(b)(3), then the team with the best record of goals for minus goals against in regular league games shall be ranked the highest.
5. If the teams are still tied after the application of Rule 6(b)(4), then the team with the least number of penalty minutes shall be ranked the highest.
6. If the teams are still tied after the application of Rule 6(b)(5), then a coin toss shall be used to rank the teams. If more than two (2) teams are tied, lots will be drawn to determine order of elimination. If this rule is used to break a tie, it shall be undertaken in the presence of the Governor, President and a representative from each tied team.