Updated on October 10, 2017
Ringette Canada’s Senior and Junior National Teams will be on the ice for the World Ringette Championships in Mississauga, Ontario from November 27 to December 3, 2017.
Senior Team Canada athletes come from the National Ringette League and we have three of these players currently on the roster of the NRL Gloucester Devils (Alison Biewald, Jasmine LeBlanc and Kaitlyn Youldon, shown in the banner above). It is an honour and privilege for these athletes to represent Canada at the premier ringette event – the 2017 World Ringette Championships held in Mississauga. However, these athletes must bear the financial burden, as funds are limited.
In support of our National Team athletes competing at the 2017 World Ringette Championships, we are hosting our 13th Annual Ringette Charity Cup.
Location: Bell Sensplex
Date: Saturday, November 11,
When: 11 am to 1 pm
Designed for: Petite (U12) and Tween (U14) aged players (age 10 to 13)
Why this event is cool:
- Fast-paced, competitive, 5 on 5 tournament format.
- Within a two hour time period, players play 4 to 6 games, and skate for 45 minutes.
- Easy on parents – no hotels, no restaurant food, no long drives, and no high tournament registration fees.
- Great tournament format for aspiring competitive Ringette players to work, think and enjoy!
- players may select one other player to play with on the same team; teams will be formed to ensure equal strength.
- Players are still welcome to request one friend for their team but if you have a line of 5 players in the same division, I will place them on the same team too.
- round robin tournament format.
- teams play a minimum of 4, 11 minute games with the top four teams playing a semi-final and / or final.
- limit of five teams comprising 10 skaters (2 lines of 5 each) and 1 goaltender.
- line changes will be forced every 60 seconds to ensure equal ice time.
- games use certified Ringette referees and normal Ringette rules apply.
- penalty shots will be awarded to non-offending teams, no penalties served.
- Team Canada ringette players will coach the teams in the tournament.
- no game sheets, no stats – but, players must score goals and defend to win the “Charity Cup.”
- nut free bake goods will be available for sale
- special colored jerseys will be provided for the event.
Click here to go to our registration form to complete the registration process.
Payment is by cash or cheque. Payment details will be provided in your registration confirmation email that we will send to you once you register.
Contact: Cheryl Youldon, Event Coordinator.
Phone: (613) 825-5057
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Click here to find out more about Team Canada (Ringette)
Click here to read about the 2017 World Ringette Championships.
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