U11 B


Enmax U11 Playoff Format

Team Placement into Playoff Pool is based on Regular Season League Standings

Pool 1 - Teams finishing  1st, 4th and 5th place
Pool 2 - Teams finishing 2nd, 3rd and 6th place

U11 B Playoff Format 

Round One - Teams are divided into 2 Pools of 3 according to regular season standings, each playing the other one time for seeding.
No overtime is permitted in Round One
Tie Breaking Format is indicated below

Round Two - Teams will play the equal team of the opposite pool in a 2 game total goal series.
1st Place from Pool 1 will play 1st Place from Pool 2 for City Championship.
2nd Place from Pool 1 will play 2nd Place from Pool 2 and 3rd will play 3rd in consolation games.

Ties at the end of game 1, the tie will stand. 
A tie at the the completion of the 6th period, Overtime will result.   
Overtime Format (Instant Victory): 
3 on 3 stop time for 5 minutes (Game ends if goal is scored)- followed by 3 player shoot out (if necessary)- then instant victory shoot out if needed. 
Home team will shoot first.
Players cannot be repeated until all players all skaters have had an opportunity to shoot.

Game Format: 75 minutes allotted for games

Period 1: 20 minutes running time
(penalties are 3 minutes running-penalty begins when player enters the box)

Period 2: 20 minutes running time
(penalties are 3 minutes running-penalty begins when player enters the box)

Period 3: 20 minutes stop time
(penalties are 2 minutes)

Special Circumstances

Injured player - please stop the clock and allow the player to return to his bench before restarting clock (this is done as a courtesy to player down).

Outstanding penalty at conclusion of the second period- time remaining on a penalty at the conclusion of the second period, will be dropped in half at the start of the third as stop time will be in effect for the third (ie. A player is assessed a 3 minute penalty with 1 minute remaining in the second.  The player will serve one minute running time in the second, and then the penalty will be adjusted to 1 remaining minute at the start of the third period).

Positions shall be determined by the following tie-breaking format.

  1.  If three teams are tied, final standings will be determined by the number of wins. The team with most wins will be seeded first.
  2.  If two teams are tied, the team with the Best Record in Games Played between the two tied teams will receive the higher standing
  3.  If still tied, the Best Goal Differential will determine the standing. (Example: Team A has 123 goals for and 81 goals against, their differential is +42).
  4.  If still tied, the best goal differential in games played between the tied teams will determine the standing.
  5.  If still tied, fewest cumulative penalties 


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