- ALL PLAYERS MUST SIGN A RINK WAIVER TO PLAY TO BE TURNED IN BEFORE THE FIRST GAME.
- The Tahoe Hockey Classic Tournament begins early afternoon on Friday and ends early Sunday afternoon.
- There will be two (2) divisions, with four (4), six (6) or eight (8) teams per division (format rules below).
- 50% deposit is required to register for the tournament.
- Complete registration and balance are due on or before July 31st.
- Each player must be 21 years of age or older to register and play.
- Upon arrival each player must register and submit a photo identification card or a copy of their driver’s license. Any player without a proper ID or using an ineligible player will forfeit all games.
- Players may only play on one team during the tournament unless permission is granted. Consideration may be given to goalies in case of an emergency.
- Individual players wanting to be picked up by teams must register before July 15th. Individual registration cost is $130 per player.
- All games will consist of 3 periods. Each game will run for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Run time will be implemented when necessary.
- Penalties and criteria for determining a suspension will be reviewed after each game. Notification will be provided to the team captain prior to the next game if a suspension is warranted. Even if there's no penalties assessed during the game, an individual can and will be removed from playing for poor sportsmanship.
- All rules not written here are subject to those of the Tahoe Sports and Entertainment.
Four (4) Team Format
- The four (4) team tournament format will be a simple round robin. The top two (2) teams after the three (3) game round robin will move on to play in the championship.
- In any case of a tie for points, goals for, goals against and penalty minutes will be considered in that order to break the tie.
Three (3) Team Format
- The three (3) team tournament format will be as follows:
1. Each team plays two (2) games.
2. After the two (2) games, all three (3) teams are seeded from 1 to 3 based on points, goals for, goals against, and penalty minutes (in that order of priority).
3. The top two (2) seeded teams play in the championship.
4. Each team will play a 3rd game that won't count towards seeding.