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District Playoffs and Brackets

See the D9 Tournament page for information for information on all the District 9 tournaments.

Playoff and Play-in Games ~ BREAKING OF TIES

 

(in accordance with Region or State Tournament Rules)
In case of a tie at the end of the regulation playing time in district tournament or play-in games, the teams shall not change goals and sudden victory overtime play shall ensue using the following format:
a. Two minute rest
b. First overtime period – ten minutes – five on five
c. Two minute rest
d. Second overtime period – five minutes – four on four
e. Resurface the ice
f. Remaining overtime periods - ten minutes - three on three followed by two minute rests.
In the event of a penalty, the non-penalized team would be allowed a fourth player (four on three). The penalized player (or player serving the penalty) would return to the ice when the penalty is over, and four on four play would continue until there is a stoppage of play, at which time three on three would resume.
g. Refer to paragraph entitled "Ice Resurfacing" herein for resurfacing requirements

League Game Rescheduling

Beginning November 15th, league rescheduling will be via the Policy and Procedures for District 9:

 

All league games will be played as per original schedule submitted to the District 9 Statistician.
·         Games may be rescheduled prior to November 15th, in which league games may be played at no charge by filling out the District 9 Game Rescheduling Form, included below.
·         Any game changes after November 15th, MUST be rescheduled using the District 9 Game Rescheduling Form and paying the required fee.
·         Games can be rescheduled, with no fee, due inclement weather or severe team illness.
·         District 9 League Coordinator’s and/ or Director's decision will be final. Rescheduling a league game will be $50, paid by the team that wants to reschedule.
 
RESCHEDULING GAMES. Games may be rescheduled prior to November 15th in which league games may be played at no charge by filling out the District 9 Game Rescheduling Form, included below. Any game changes after November 15th, MUST be rescheduled using the District 9 Game Rescheduling Form and paying the required fee. The Game Rescheduling Form is to be completed by the team requesting the change and returned to the District Director, along with a check payable to District 9 Hockey in the amount of $50.00. The rescheduled game must be mutually agreed upon by both teams.
 
*NOTE – if the rescheduled game date is prior to the original game date, the Game Rescheduling Form MUST BE RECEIVED 7 DAYS BEFORE THE RESCHEDULED DATE or there will be an additional fee of $25 fee. If the rescheduled game date is after the original game date, the Game Rescheduling Form MUST BE RECEIVED 7 DAYS BEFORE THE ORIGINAL GAME DATE or there will be an additional $25 fee.
 
If rescheduling a league game cannot be mutually agreed upon by both teams, the team requesting the change MUST play the originally scheduled game or forfeit the game. In good faith, both teams should do their best to reschedule if the request arises, though the requesting team is responsible for any related fees.
 
CANCELLING GAMES. Any team that commits a same-day cancellation or “no show” to a game will be fined $300.00 per cancelled game. The fine will be paid to District 9 within 7 days of the date of the cancelled game. District 9 will direct $200.00 of the cancellation fee to the other team/association involved in the cancelled game. The remaining $100.00 will be retained by District 9 as a fine for the cancelled game. In the case of a double forfeit, both teams/associations involved will be fined $100.00. A team that cancels a game or is a “no show” for a league game also becomes ineligible for District playoffs. Exceptions to this would be inclement weather or severe team illness.
 
* NOTE – No “fair play points” will be awarded to either team for cancelled games as no game was played. A fair play point may be awarded to a team if the other team forfeits a game, per the District Director’s approval.

 

Fair Play Point

For Fair Play Points (FPP)'s to be awarded, teams cannot EXCEED the following:

Squirt - 10 minutes

PeeWee - 12 minutes

Bantam - 14 minutes

Girl's 10U - 8 minutes

Girl's 12U - 10 minutes

Girl's 14U - 12 minutes

Minor (1:30 min penalties) count as 2:00 for FPP

Teams also lose their FPP if:

a.  Spectator conduct results in referee stopping play and requesting a spectator to leave.

b.  Coach is assessed a Game Misconduct or Match Penalty

c.  Off-ice official is removed by the referee

 

League Score Reporting

With league games beginning tomorrow for many teams, I want to give everyone a heads-up on reporting scores.   A consistent team representative should report scores to Jason Johannsen via email, at jasonjo@charter.net, in a timely fashion.  Fred Nelson has created an email form, below, that can be used.  Thank you, Fred.  Please copy this into your email and complete the necessary information.  Replace "Home Team" and "Away Team" with the correct team name.  For FPP, indicate "Y" or "N".  Under Penalties, please indicate the number of penalties by category, and then the total 'minutes'.

 

"Home Team" Peewee A League Game Results:
 
"Home Team" vs "Visiting Team"
 
"Home Team": 1st __ 2nd __ 3rd__
 
"Visiting Team": 1st__ 2nd___ 3rd__
 
Final Score: "Home Team"___ "Visiting Team"___
 
FPP "Home Team"___ "Visiting Team"___
 
Number of Penalties:
 
"Home Team": Minor ___ Major ___ Misconduct ___ Total Minutes____ 
"Visiting Team" Minor ___ Major ___ Misconduct ___Total Minutes____ 

Please let me know if you have any questions.  Good luck to your teams!