Women's hockey tournament in
Toronto, Ontario

Tournament Information

Torontos Metro Cup Girls Future Prospects Hockey Classic 2003
Girls divisions.....June 13th/14th/15th, 2003 in Toronto
Individual and group entries also accepted
Players from same club team will play on the same team in the tournament
Cost is $50/player...four games guaranteed/possible five games.
Atom teams include Connecticut, Aurora, Brampton and Michigan
Peewee teams include Windsor, Connecticut, Scarborough, North York
Bantam teams include Alberta, Texas, Connecticut, New Jersey, Detroit, New York, Massachusetts, Ottawa, Vaughan(2), Smith Falls and  Scarborough
Midget teams include New Jersey, Michigan, New York, Hamilton, Cornwall and London.
Intermediate teams include Michigan(2), Rhode Island, New Jersey, Mississauga, North York and Scarborough.
Elite teams include McGill, Massachusetts, Niagara and Toronto.
Previous teams include teams from California, Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, plus representation from almost every girls organization in Ontario.
"The original girls spring hockey tournament"
U-10,U-12, U-14, U-16 and U-19 divisions
Novice, Atom, Peewee, Bantam, Midget and Intermediate
at the AA, A and B levels
Also Elite AAA division for NCAA, CIAU and Senior AAA players
Individual, group and team entries
Womens divisions..June 20th, 21st,22nd, 2003 in Toronto
Womens house league, recreational and competitive divisions
House league for beginner teams and competitive is Sr C/B level
Same format both weekends!!!!
"Your chance to play teams you've never seen...and likely never heard of"
Four game guarantee
Entry fee $545US/$695Canadian per team...NO gate fees
Discounts on hotels, vehicle rental and to Hockey Hall of Fame
Our age groups are based on CHA age groups for the 2003-2004 season
Novice 95-96
Atom 94-93
Peewee 92-91
Bantam 90-89
Midget 88-87-86
Intermediate 85-84-83
In Ontario, we have five levels of girls rep hockey; AA, A, BB, B and C

We realize there is some differences in the USAHockey age groups, but we can
resolve any problems by the seeding of the teams in their tiers.

Each age group has Tier I(AAA,AA), Tier II (A, BB) and Tier III (B and C)
Ideally, eight teams accepted per division, divided into two groups of four.
Teams play three games within their group.
Championship semi-finals are 1st vs 2nd cross-over
Consolation semi-finals are 3rd vs 4th cross-over
Winners in championship semi's advance to championship final
Winners in consolation semi's advance to consolation final

With the four game guarantee, we have always had to move one or two teams
from one tier to another after the second game of the tournament.

All games are held at the same four-rink complex...Chesswood Arenas
The arena has pro-shop, restaurant, snack bar etc.
It is centrally located in Toronto , approx 20 minutes from the airport and
five minutes from the host hotels.
Hotel rooms are approx. $95Canadian per night ...four to a room.
Discounts also available on vehicle rental through Budget and to Hockey Hall
of Fame

Standard format for teams traveling a great distance, (ie Colorado,
California etc) is arrival Thursday or Friday.  We can arrange pre-tournament exhibition game or practice on Thursday evening or Friday morning.
Tournament games start Friday at 2pm...but teams may request no Friday games.
Teams should play their three round-robin games by Saturday at 8pm.
Semi-finals Saturday evening or Sunday morning.
Finals Sunday between noon and 4pm

Any special scheduling requests can be accommodated.

This year requests for application forms have come from British Columbia,
Alberta, New Brunswick, PEI, Alaska, Florida, Louisiana, Wisconsin,  Minnesota and Illinois.
We like to confirm the "traveling teams"by May 1st, so we know how many local teams to allow.
Teams confirmed from Alberta, Manitoba, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Texas

Bruce Tennant

For more information on this tournament or others in Ontario
contact Bruce Tennant at 416-579-1560
or hockeytoronto@sympatico.ca

Additional Information

Submitted by:    Bruce Tennant
E-mail address:  hockeytoronto@sympatico.ca
For season:      2002 - 2003
For month:       Jun
City:            Toronto, Ontario
Country:         Canada

Date submitted:  May 27, 2003 at 02:01

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