GLENLAKE SPRING 3ON3
GENERAL REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!
Season officially runs from April 2 – June 11, 2019
COST: $325 (including GST) Skaters and $50 for Goalies
Glenlake’s exciting, fast paced and popular Spring 3on3 Hockey will be back this April with some exciting new changes designed to increase players’ skill development opportunities while still enjoying the fun, fast-paced environment of 3on3 hockey!!!!
Novice to PeeWee Age groups will play 3on3 in cross-ice small area games;
Small area games have been shown to benefit players through increased intensity, puck touches, situational repetition, more battles as well as more shots for both skaters and goalies, all the while keeping every player in the game their whole shift.
Bantam and Midget will play FULL-ICE as in previous years.
SUB/SPARE LIST REGISTRATION IS NOT OPEN UNTIL MARCH (please check the website for registration link in early March)
Please click on your appropriate age group to register.
Atom: Players Born in 2008*, 2009, 2010
Atom GOALIE (aspiring goalies are welcome to register; players can borrow Glenlake equipment)
PeeWee: Players Born in 2006*, 2007, 2008
**Bantam: Players born in 2004* 2005, 2006
**Midget: Players born in 2002*, 2003, 2004 (*2002 born is maximum age to register)
MIDGET SKATER REGISTRATION IS FULL, However registration does change frequently. – Please email email@example.com to be placed on a waiting list.
*It is recommended that players born in these years register for the age group they will be playing in for the Fall of 2019
**Bantam and Midget Calgary Royals Athletic Association players are eligible to register and play for Glenlake 3on3 Hockey
A Volunteer Manager will be required for each team. A detailed volunteer job description and requirements will be sent separately. Spare list registration and information will also be out at a later time.
As this is a new program, we are working out a few details and appreciate your patience!
Why do we play cross-ice small area hockey?
The New Jersey Devils Prospects showing how cross-ice small area hockey is played:
Here is a REVISED diagram providing a visual of the cross ice setup:
Here is a copy of the rules (addressed and provided to the officials):
Questions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.