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					Sunshine State Pond Hockey Championship




                            No Coaches – No Positions – All Fun

This event is open to all Florida residents that are USA Hockey registered players born in
2000 & 2001 (Squirts) and 2002 & 2003 (Mites). Skaters born in 2004 and later – plus
goaltenders in 1999 – will be considered on a space available basis.
Twelve teams will be formed with 4-5 skaters and a goaltender each. Full equipment, bring
your favorite white and dark jersey! Games will be played in a 3-on-3 format, maximizing
‘touches’ and ice time. Two divisions will separate players by experience level. Each game
will run 15-20 minutes; and scores will be kept. Teams will play a minimum of five games
against teams and players of similar age, experience, and ability.
Volunteers will be responsible for player substitutions, with emphasis on equal playing time.
Officials will supervise for safety purposes and to keep play moving.
                                 Date – Sunday, April 17th
                                Time – Varies by location
          Where – Germain Arena, Estero (between Fort Myers & Naples) - Mites
           Glacier Ice & Snow, Lighthouse Point (near Fort Lauderdale) – Mites
                                Daytona Ice Arena – Mites
                     Ellenton Ice & Sports (near Bradenton) – Squirts
                      Space Coast Iceplex (near Melbourne) - Squirts
                              Cost – FREE (thank SAHOF!)
This tournament is part of SAHOF Player Development weekend, where tryouts are held to
identify older players with the potential to play for Team USA. College coaches, USA
Hockey officials, and other invited expert speakers will conduct a brief seminar to discuss a
variety of topics of interest to youth hockey families.
       To register: Beginning at Noon ET on Thursday, March 10th, register online at
                            www.USAHOCKEY.com/SAHOF

      Name and Date of Birth
      Program/Home Rink
      City of Residence
      Years of Skating/Hockey Experience
      Parent’s Name and e-mail Address
      USA Hockey Registration Confirmation Code
      Skater or Goaltender
           Rosters filled on a first-come basis. Once full, a waitlist will be formed.

				
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