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Spring Kick Off Tournament

2024 Chilliwack Spring Kick Off

2024 Spring Kick Off Tournament Information – April 5-7th, 2024

The Spring Kick Off Tournament is hosted by and the Chilliwack Jr. Chiefs each spring in beautiful Chilliwack BC.  The 13th Spring Kick Off Tournament will be April 5-7th 2024.  This is for AA/A teams in the 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 divisions (AAA teams can play up an age group).  Every age group will be guaranteed 4 games.  Game slots will be 75min.  Cost $1900/team (taxes included).  Please email for more information or call Clarke Wismer 604-217-6116.  Each year we host approximately 45 teams.  We look forward to hosting you again in Chilliwack.

Chilliwack Spring Kick-Off Tournament Rules


Team Registration

We ask that all teams check-in a minimum of 20 mins prior to the start of their 1st Game.  At each rink there will be a table set up that will have all the game sheets.


We will follow BC Hockey rules in each division.  Score will be kept on the clock (to a 6 goal differential).

Any gross/match penalties will be reviewed by the tournament organizers, and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken, which may include a game suspension or ejection from the tournament.


Home team will wear dark jerseys.  Visitors will wear light jerseys. In the case of teams with only one set, arrangements can be made by team officials prior to the start of the game, between the 2 teams involved.  Please communicate jersey colours with other teams at least 30 mins before game start.

Game Sheets

A team official from each team is responsible for verifying rosters and completing game sheets, prior to the start of each game. Please do this a minimum of 20 mins before game start time.


Teams will be allowed three (3) officials and up to seventeen (17) players in the designated bench area during the game.  All teams must have a minimum of ten (10) players including the goalie. The tournament director may waive this minimum player rule.


The only players eligible to play in the tournament are those listed on the roster submitted by the team prior to commencement of their first game of the tournament. No additional players are permitted without the approval of the tournament director.



2011  – each team plays 3 games.  Teams are then divided into Gold (1-4 place) and Silver (5-8th place) for the playoff round.   Playoffs will be single elimination.  9th v 10th place consolation game.

2012 – each team will play 3 round robin games.  Top 4 will have a playoff, 5th and 6th will play a consolation game.

2013 – each team plays 4 game round robin.  Teams are then divided into Gold (1st v 2nd) and Bronze (3rd v 4th place) for championship games.

2014 – each team plays 3 game round robin.  Teams are then split into Gold (1st-4th place) Silver (5th -8th place) and Bronze (9th-12th place) for a single elimination playoff round.  Teams 13th and 14th play a consolation game.

2015 – each team plays 3 game round robin.  Teams are then split into Gold (1st-4th place) Silver (5th -8th place) for single elimination championship games.

** We will do our best to place teams in divisions that will be of equal ability.  If at the end of the round robin play we have an imbalance inside divisions, teams will be contacted and re-pooling may be considered.**


Points: Team standings in the round robin will be determined as follows:

2 points for a win

1 point for a tie

0 points for a loss


Game Times – For Round Robin Games

Each team will be allowed a four minute warm up period prior to each game and a one minute break between periods.  Each game will consist of 3 stop time periods of 15 minutes each (third period will be 15minutes or half of remaining isce slot time)  There will be no ice cleans between periods. There will be no overtime in round robin games. No timeouts in any games.


Round Robin Tie-Breaker Criteria

In the event that teams are tied in their divisional standings after the round robin series, the following tie-breaker criteria will be used to determine the final standings:

  • head to head (winning team advances) – does not apply in a 3 way tie.
  • most wins
  • fewest losses
  • least goals against
  • least penalty minutes
  • First goal scored in head to head
  • Coin flip

(We are trying to avoid having teams running up scores)


Game Times – For Final Games

In the Championship round the period lengths will be 14-14-14 (or half of remaining time with overtime allocation considered to be determined by the referee).  In the event of a tie we will have a 3 minute, 3 on 3 sudden death period.  In the event that the game still remains tied we will have a single elimination (ie: one player form each team shoots until we have a winner) sudden death shootout. No player can shoot twice until the entire player roster has shot.   There will be no timeouts allowed in any games. Any penalty in sudden death overtime is an automatic penalty shot for the other team.


No protest will be heard regarding a referees on-ice decision.  All referee decisions are final. Please feel free to discuss with tournament directors for future tournament considerations.



We will  provide qualified officials for all games.  Please remember that the refs may be children too.  Any abuse of officials will not be tolerated, tournament officials will step in and intervene with any parents or coaches who are abusive towards the referees.


The Fine Print

If for any reason games are not played, there will absolutely be no refunds. If a game is not played due to an “Act of God”, it will be considered a 1 -1 tie.

As always, the most important rule is to have fun!


If you have any questions with regards to the above rules please contact one of the tournament officials.

Chilliwack Coliseum – Jeff Dods (604) 897-6262

Sardis Sports Centre – Clarke Wismer (604) 217 6116

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