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Re: Parity??

Anon
Anon
Anon
Bender
How is it a tournament? Is there a winner? DUH NOPE!
Apparently you haven\\\\\\\'t been around long enough in youth hockey.
Always referred to as Parity Tournament. Winners proceed to the E9. Losers go to BHL and get slotted based upon how well they did in the parity tournament.
http://www.elite9hockey.com/e9-bhl-qualifying-rules/

First line: Tournament Rules
A quick edit of this web page will prevent anyone from getting sick
The rules state kids can play more than one game in a day as long as the opponenets are predetermined. In a tournament you usually do not know who those teams are until Saturday afternoon. For some reason though if you know who you are playing Saturday and Sunday its ok.

Re: Parity??

anon
Anon
Anon
Anon
Bender
How is it a tournament? Is there a winner? DUH NOPE!
Apparently you haven\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t been around long enough in youth hockey.
Always referred to as Parity Tournament. Winners proceed to the E9. Losers go to BHL and get slotted based upon how well they did in the parity tournament.
http://www.elite9hockey.com/e9-bhl-qualifying-rules/

First line: Tournament Rules
A quick edit of this web page will prevent anyone from getting sick
The rules state kids can play more than one game in a day as long as the opponenets are predetermined. In a tournament you usually do not know who those teams are until Saturday afternoon. For some reason though if you know who you are playing Saturday and Sunday its ok.
D. LEVEL 3 AND LEVEL 4 PLAY – COMPETITION AND TOURNAMENT REQUIREMENTS

For the purposes of these guidelines, a “Competition” is defined as multiple participants or two teams
competing against one another in a single contest. A competition includes inter-team games, matches,
shows, meets, and races. Teams are limited to competing against a single opposing team per day. A team
may play multiple competitions against the same team in a single day, however there may be no
competitions with additional teams.

A “Tournament” is a formal contest that consists of multiple competitions or a series of games between
multiple persons or teams, that might include multiple stages, played in a condensed period of time, such
as over the course of a single day or multiple days in a row. For the avoidance of doubt, a series of games
is still a tournament even if there is a lack of an overall prize, scores, eliminations, brackets, or otherwise.

Re: Parity??

Rules
anon
Anon
Anon
Anon
Bender
How is it a tournament? Is there a winner? DUH NOPE!
Apparently you haven\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t been around long enough in youth hockey.
Always referred to as Parity Tournament. Winners proceed to the E9. Losers go to BHL and get slotted based upon how well they did in the parity tournament.
http://www.elite9hockey.com/e9-bhl-qualifying-rules/

First line: Tournament Rules
A quick edit of this web page will prevent anyone from getting sick
The rules state kids can play more than one game in a day as long as the opponenets are predetermined. In a tournament you usually do not know who those teams are until Saturday afternoon. For some reason though if you know who you are playing Saturday and Sunday its ok.
D. LEVEL 3 AND LEVEL 4 PLAY – COMPETITION AND TOURNAMENT REQUIREMENTS

For the purposes of these guidelines, a “Competition” is defined as multiple participants or two teams
competing against one another in a single contest. A competition includes inter-team games, matches,
shows, meets, and races. Teams are limited to competing against a single opposing team per day. A team
may play multiple competitions against the same team in a single day, however there may be no
competitions with additional teams.

A “Tournament” is a formal contest that consists of multiple competitions or a series of games between
multiple persons or teams, that might include multiple stages, played in a condensed period of time, such
as over the course of a single day or multiple days in a row. For the avoidance of doubt, a series of games
is still a tournament even if there is a lack of an overall prize, scores, eliminations, brackets, or otherwise.
"Bender
How is it a tournament? Is there a winner? DUH NOPE!"



Can we all agree "Bender" above owes the dboard an apology and ate his own words?