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    Why Play 4 on 4 Hockey

    4 on 4 gives players a little extra time to find open space with and without the puck.
    This will help them improve their overall skill and hockey sense.  They will have more opportunities to skate with the puck and will have many more scoring opportunities.

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    What size rink are games played on?

    All games are played on full regulation size rinks.

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    How many players are on each team?

    Max is 12 skaters and one goalie per team. If you would like to have more players on your please contact us to discuss your situation

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    Will there be offsides in the league?

    Yes. Offsides will be called at the blue lines like normal to prevent “goal sucking”….but there is no faceoff after an offside. Possession goes to the other team and you just keep playing.

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    Can I register as an individual?

    Yes. Please sign up online. We will place your child on a team. Ensure you indicate your child’s proper age and calibre.

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    How do I register a team?

    Ensure all players online and indicate the coach’s name on the registration form. If you do not have a full team but know you will be adding players at a later date, just submit the players you have now to reserve your spot and email us to add more players when you have their info.

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    Can I request to play with friends?

    Yes. You can indicate which friends you want to play with during the registration process. Although we reserve the right to make changes to teams to ensure as much parity as possible.

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    As a coach, can I schedule my own practices?

    Yes. Once you have your team you can run it as you like as long as all parents are in agreement with your program.

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    Can my child play in an older age group?

    Yes, as long as he or she fits in. Any player wanting to play up an age group will have to be approved by the league. Please email or call to discuss your particular situation.

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    Do players change on the fly or is there a buzzer?

    We generally use a two minute buzzer for line changes. No faceoff, just get to the bench as fast as possible and the next four players jump out. With older age groups, Bantam, we allow players to change on their own on the fly.