Colour House and Hockey Banquet, News (St. George Minor Hockey)

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Colour House and Hockey Banquet
Submitted By mgulas on Monday, April 4, 2016
This year we are trying something a little different for our end of year hockey banquet celebration.  On April 16 we are going to hold a Colour House Ball Hockey Tournament.  For those of you who are not familiar with Colour House, what we do is split each division (IP, Novice, Atom etc) into 4 colour coded teams.  These teams are randomly selected from our registration list and will be posted on the day of the event.  We are hosting the event at our arena.
Some things that you need to know are as follows.

Schedule for Ball Hockey Games
IP    11am - Noon
Novice    Noon - 1pm
Atom    1pm - 2pm
Peewee    2pm - 3pm
Bantam    3pm - 4pm
Midgets are invited to come out and coach, referee help with the skills challenge and be time keepers.  We really need their help and involvement throughout the day.

Each Colour team, within their division will play three 15 minute games against the other colours (blue, red, yellow, green).  Games will be played half ice.

Points will be awarded for each win a colour team gets.

The rules and equipment requirements for the ball hockey games will be coming soon in our next update.

There will be a skills challenge for anyone to participate in and points will be awarded to their colour house based on their results.  The skills challenge will included, Sharp Shooter, Master Passer and Hot Hands.  The skills challenge will take place through out the day.

We will have snacks available for purchase through out the day with proceeds going directly to St. George Minor Hockey.

Food will be provided by the Lions Club for the players and coaches.  Parents and siblings can purchase food items and help support the Lions and their fundraising efforts for the new splash pad opening tis summer.

The awards portion of the day will start at 5pm and go until completed.

There will be a prize for the colour house team with the most points accumulated through out the day.

That's it for now but stay tuned for our next update.

We hope to see everyone come out and have some fun.
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