Register your women's ice hockey team for the 2023 Puck Place Market Women's Hockey Tournament today!
The 2023 PPM SWHC tournament will be held from Friday March 31st to Sunday April 2nd at the brand new Kraken Community Iceplex located in North Seattle.
This is a tournament for women 18+. Teams will be guaranteed a total of three games with a fourth game being on the table if your team makes it to the championship on Sunday.
The tournament fee is $1600 per team.
Kraken Community Iceplex: 10601 5th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98125
Each player must be actively registered with USA Hockey. Use the following link to ensure your team's USA Hockey registrations are all up-to-date. It is the team's responsibility to ensure everyone has a current USA Hockey registration number as we will be asking for this information prior to the tournament.
CLICK HERE to go to USA Hockey Registration and register as a player. Be sure to PRINT and SAVE the confirmation code. Each player must have their own unique USA Hockey confirmation number, which expires 12 months after original purchase.
All USA Hockey sanctioned 12‐&‐Under age classification games that are played in the United States are required to play under the Body Contact Category Playing Rules. This includes all invitational tournaments sanctioned by USA Hockey and non‐league games involving teams from each respective country. All U.S. based games played in this age classification and younger shall also play under the immediate off‐sides rule.
In addition, all Canadian players must wear the following Hockey Canada mandatory equipment:
1. Hockey Skates (approved design for hockey)
2. CSA Certified Helmet (All age classifications)
3. CSA Certified Face Mask (with color-coded CSA sticker – per following chart)
4. BNQ Certified Throat Protector (For players in all Female and Youth classifications)
NOTE: Hockey Canada rules do not mandate the wearing of a mouthpiece at any age classification where a full face mask is required. A mouthpiece is required for any junior player wearing a visor.
If a player on a Canadian team is not wearing the proper equipment, as outlined above, the player shall be sent off the ice and a warning issued to the coach of that team. Any subsequent violation for the same equipment by the same team shall result in a misconduct penalty being assessed to the offending player. In all instances where a Hockey Canada team is not wearing their proper mandated equipment, a game report shall be submitted by the Referee to the Proper Authorities.
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