The Spring Stampede is a youth hockey tournament held in the Twin Cities and is a great opportunity for young players to showcase their skills and compete against top competition. Sign up today!
Spring Stampede May 3-5, 2024
- 4-game guarantee (some teams may play 5)
- (3) 15-minute stop-time periods
- Individual Awards for 1st, 2nd, place
- Slapshots at all levels
- Checking at 2010 and older
- No gate fees
- Website with schedules and results
- Dedicated Tournament Information Table at Every Arena
- EMT's at Every Arena
- Name: Dan Iannazzo
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (763) 225-7320
All visiting teams are required to stay at one of the sponsoring hotels!
For room blocks & booking help, please contact:
Lisa & Carey 952-221-1870
Plymouth Ice Arena3650 Plymouth Blvd
Plymouth, MN 55446
Richfield Ice Arena636 E 66th St
Richfield, MN 55423
Rogers Activity Center21080 141st Ave N
Rogers, MN 55374
Schwan "Super Rink"1850 105th Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55449
Brooklyn Park Activity Center5600 85th Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55443
STAMPEDE ARENA ASSIGNMENTS
|Stampede Arena Assignments
Midwest Hockey 2024 Tournament Rules and Regulations
- 2 points for a win, 1 point for a tie
- Four minute warm up
- Three 15 minute stop time periods
- Running time will prevail if there is a six goal difference at any time
- during the game
- Each team is allowed one timeout per game (one minute)
- No overtime in pool play
- Overtime will be used in Championship Round only
- No rest period, teams will not change ends
- Five minute running time period – 4 on 4
- If still tied 3 player shootout – visiting team shoots first
- Penalties assessed in regulation will carry over to overtime
- At no time will a team have fewer than three skaters during overtime
- The team listed first will be the home team and first choice of jersey color
- A maximum of 20 players may be rostered. Players may not be rostered on more than one team unless an
- exception has been approved by the MHP staff.
- If a player is double rostered without MHP approval, each game the player plays in will result in a forfeit for the
- team they are playing with. Goalie exception – if a team is without a goalie due to injury, an alternate goalie may
- be used with tournament approval
- All players are required to have a birth certificate on file.
- All players must have a signed waiver on file prior to playing any game
- Please check your team in a minimum of 45 minutes prior to your first game
- All teams must be paid in full prior to the first game of the tournament
- Penalties - Minor (two minutes) Major (five minutes) Misconduct (10 minutes)
- Any Fighting penalty will result in tournament disqualification
- Any player receiving four penalties in one game will be asked to leave the game
- Coaches are directed to tournament officials if game conflict exists. Under no circumstances are coaches
- allowed to talk to referees after the game to challenge a ruling or game outcome.
- Players CAN ice the puck when shorthanded and it will NOT result in a whistle
- A clock operator/announcer will be present for each game
- There will be a trainer on-site during the tournament
- Tournament apparel will be available for sale throughout the Tournament
- Checking allowed in boys 2010 and older
- Slapshots permitted at all levels
- Tag up for off-sides will be used for boys 2014 and older and U10 girls and older
- Tournament officials have final decision-making authority for all game related situations
- There can be occasions that a player plays down a level if that player is approved by MHP and MHP has verified
- the players skill level is appropriate for that age level.
- U16 Boys eligible age levels are 2008 and younger
- Head-to-head competition
- Fewest goals allowed in all games.
- Fewest Penalty Minutes
- Goals Scored
- Goal differential, 7 maximum per game, plus or minus.
- Coin toss by tournament directors. Coin toss to be called by coach winning rock, paper, and scissors!
***in the event of a 3-way tie head to head becomes an obsolete variable
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- Rosters must be submitted within 2 weeks of the tournament start date.
- Waivers must be signed and submitted by each participating player within 1 week of the tournament start date.
When submitting your roster, we encourage you to also submit your team’s logo for the program. This is due at the same time as the roster, 2 weeks prior to the start of the tournament.
Good Luck and have fun!
During the tournament there are rink directors available to assist the head coach or club director. Parents please go through your head coach for assistance.