JAHA Douglas Island Cup Tournament
The Juneau Adult Hockey Association (JAHA) invites you, your friends, and your family to come participate in the inaugural JAHA Douglas Island Cup hockey tourney. Our goal is to bring great people together to play a great sport and have fun!
The tournament is scheduled for April 15 – 16, 2016.
We have one spot open for registration – register now by visiting:
TOURNAMENT AND ENTRY DETAILS
- Team Entry Fee is $1,100, and is first come, first served based on JAHA’s receipt of a non-refundable $550 deposit.
- Teams must have at least 11 players and a maximum of 16 players, including goalie.
- Players may only play on one team. Exceptions may be made in extenuating circumstances.
- All tournament participants will receive welcome gifts and swag.
- First place cash prizes will be awarded to each division championship team.
- All players must be registered with USA Hockey by April 1, 2016. The membership fee is $40 per player and can be done online at www.usahockeyregistration.com.
- All players must be 18 years of age or older by the start date of the tournament. Age exceptions may be made only for goaltenders in extenuating circumstances.
- Each team is guaranteed three games. All playoff and championship games will be played on Sunday.
- The game schedule will be posted at www.juneauhockey.org and will be sent via e-mail to the team contact/captain no later than one week prior to the event.
- No schedule requests will be accepted. Games begin at 7:45pm on Friday, April 15th and end on Saturday evening, April 16th, at 7:15pm or later depending on overtime and/or shootouts. Please make travel plans accordingly.
- Entry deadline is April 1, 2016, however the event is first come, first served and either division could be closed earlier based on ice time availability and number of teams registered overall.
- A team that withdraws from the tournament after April 8, 2016, will not be refunded.
- A minimum of four teams is required to run a division. There is a 10 team maximum for the overall event.
- Each game will consist of three 12 minute stop time periods with a five minute warm-up.
- Three preliminary games will be played by each team within their division that will determine which teams will advance from each division to the playoff round. Standings and tie-breaker information will be provided to each team captain and will be posted throughout the weekend.
- All playoff and championship games will be played on Sunday.
- If a preliminary game ends in a tie, a best of three player shootout will be used to determine a winner. If still tied, a sudden death shootout will take place with each team getting a shot until there is a winner. Each team will get the same number of shots.
- If a playoff round game ends in a tie, a five minute 4 on 4 sudden death overtime period will be played prior to the shootout described above. During overtime, player substitutions may only be made on the fly and may not be made during play stoppages.
- Visiting teams shoot first in shootouts. Once the team with the least amount of players runs out, both teams may start over.