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    DISTRICT 16 TEAMS ADVANCING TO REGIONAL TOURNAMENTS

    12U

    #1 ROSEAU

    #2 CROOKSTON

    #3 WARROAD

    BANTAM AA

     

    BANTAM A

    #1 WARROAD

    #2 EAST GRAND FORKS

    #3 THIEF RIVER FALLS

    BANTAM B

    #1 BAGLEY

    #2 BEMIDJI

    #3 CROOKSTON

    PEEWEE AA

     

    PEEWEE A

    #1 EAST GRAND FORKS

    #2 WARROAD

    #3 THIEF RIVER FALLS

    PEEWEE B

    #1 BEMIDJI BLUE

    #2 BAGLEY

    #3 EAST GRAND FORKS

     

     

    Fair Play Point Guide

    Each team will earn it's Fair Play point if none of the following occurs: Total Fair Play equivalent PIM exceed the threshold established for the level of play, a coach is assessed a Game Misconduct or Match Penalty, or per Minnesota Hockey Conduct Rule XIV.C.2 a spectator is requested to leave the arena by an official.
     
    Penalty Minute Threshold
    Note, any team over these penalty minutes DOES NOT earn a FPP.
    GIRLS 12U - 10 min          PEEWEE - 12 min         BANTAM - 14 min
     
    Fair Play Points will not be tallied for Squirt or 10U Games.
     
    When submitting scores please include FFP's.   One point will be awarded to team(s) if this threshold is not exceeded.

    REMINDER TO COACHES WHEN A PLAYER IS INJURED ON THE ICE.

    A REMINDER TO ALL COACHES

    PLEASE WAIT FOR AN ON ICE OFFICIAL TO INVITE YOU ON THE ICE TO ATTEND TO AN INJURED PLAYER.

    THIS TIME IS TO ATTEND TO THE INJURED PLAYER

     

    Game Reporting and Length of Games

    Copies of game score sheets for Bantams, Pee Wees, 15U and 12U need to be sent to Mark Elliott by the home team.

    Via one of these methods:
      elliottm@paulbunyan.net
      218-759-9308 fax
      2030 Harding Ct SW, Bemidji MN 56601

    Game scores need to be reported to Mike Peterson via the District 16 web site for squirts, , Pee Wees, Bantams. 10U, 12U & 15U.

    Game times for boys’  Bantam and Peewee games is 17 minute stop time periods.

    Game times for Girls’ games are 15 minute stop time periods.  *

    Squirts & 10U are generally 15 minutes but the coaches can change this PRIOR to the game AND notifying both on ice and off ice officials.

    *Girls games can be 17 minute periods IF both head coaches agree PRIOR to the game AND notify both on ice and off ice officials.  Failure to follow this rule could result in forfeiture of the game.

    Running timeAt any point in the third period a team is leading by 6 or more goals, the coach of the traveling team can elect to play running time. 

    If the score becomes less than a  six goal lead stop time will again be used.

    Mark Elliott
    District 16 Director