Oregon Open July 21-23: Thanks to all the teams who participated in the Indoor Goals Invitational and the Oregon Open! Hope to see you back next year!!
Three 12 minute periods, running clock, with 1 minute between periods.
Stoppage time in the last minute of the third period if the score is within 1 goal.
2 points for a Win. 1 point for a Tie
Team rankings are based on Points and then the following tiebreakers:
1) Head to Head 2)Most Wins 3) Fewest Goals Allowed 4)Time of 1st goal 'in the tournament'
Pool games can end in a tie
2 minute sudden death overtime, then 3 player shootout and if tied, all rostered players will shoot until tie is broken.
5 minute sudden death overtime, then 3 player shootout and if tied, all rostered players will shoot until tie is broken.
Iron Man Format There’s a race to the puck to start all games.
> Max of 5 skaters, plus a goalie per team.
> 12-minute running clock, except for penalty shots, with less than one
minute remaining in regulation.
> ANY and ALL penalties equal a penalty shot.
> Penalty shots: Shooter starts on blue line. ALL players are to be
frozen on the centerline until shooter touches the puck.
> Seeding games can end in a tie
> No face offs except for OT starts in playoff and Championships games
tied at the end of regulation.
> Playoff and championship games go into a shootout. Players will shoot
in the same order until a winner is determined.
> Play resumes automatically after the goalie has covered the puck and the
ref blows the whistle. Opposing players MUST back off AND NOT PLAY
THE PUCK IF THE PUCK IS BEHIND THE BASELINE (as in Gretzky’s
office). If a team uses Gretzky’s office as a stalling tactic with less that 30
seconds left in the game, the referee will loudly tell players they have five
(5) seconds to play the puck across the baseline or the apposing team
can cross the line to challenge the play. The referee MUST loudly count
up from one (1) to five (5) so everyone is aware of the timing.