Information for Team
Tournament game dates are Tues. January 9th and Wed. January
10th 2018 at Oceanside Arena .
The tournament format will remain essentially the same as previous
years with each team playing Three (3) games over the two days.
Each game will consist of two (2) 25 minute stop time periods.
There are three age divisions which will include 60+, 65+ and
All players must be of proper age as of December 31, 2018. Goalies
in the 60+ and 65+ divisions can be up to 5 years younger than
60 or 65. Goalies in the 70+ divisions can be up to 10 years younger
For clarification - if a defensemen or forward was born in 1954
they are NOT ELIGIBLE to play in the 65+ age division.
Along with great hockey there will be a Beer Garden with complimentary
snacks and pizza throughout the two days. Players and guests also
get a chance to win big by participating in our 50/50 draw(s).
Our policy is to give all teams that participated in the Junket
last time a priority invite. The cut-off date for the retuning
teams to put in their request is November 15th. After the cut-off
date it is a first come first serve situation. If you have a new
team that would be interested participating the entry fee is $550.00
and you can put in a request anytime now. We will let you know
your status shortly after the 15th of November.
Rules of Play
The Rule Book of Canadian Recreation Hockey will apply.
The three penalty disqualification rule will apply. Two line
passes will be permitted
Team game sheets must show a complete roster of all players
and jersey numbers being used in the tournament.
Sportsmanship and safety are an integral part of Old Timers
Hockey. Players and officials are to be treated with respect
both on and off the ice.
All equipment must be CSA approved including goalie masks.
Home team is the first team listed on the game schedule.
Help to keep games on time by minimizing the length of stoppage
Any questions may be submitted to the games Rule Committee.
Our tournament insurance has been acquired in conjunction with
the Parksville Golden Oldies Association.
It is our understanding that the Canadian Adult Recreational
Hockey Association (CARHA) provides insurance for those teams
who are CARHA members.
Should your team not be CARHA members and you feel you may require
additional insurance to cover personal injury or injury to another
player, please make your own arrangements.