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Tournaments

For the 2013-2014 season, the regular season champion will be awarded the GNASH Cup.  The top eight teams (all from Tier 1 and top two from Tier 2) will then compete in the Predators Cup.  The next six teams (remaining four from Tier 2 and top two teams from Tier 3) will participate in the Henry Hine Tournament.  The bottom four teams in Tier 3 will play a two-game round robin


Predator's Cup 2013-2014


  


Henry Hine Tournament 2013-2014


 

TOURNAMENT GAMES - TIEBREAKER PROCEDURE


Tournament Overtime Rules

All tournament games Play-Off Tiebreakers. In the event of a tie at the end of regulation play (three 14 minute stop clock periods), the following procedures will be used to determine a winner:


All Games EXCEPT Championship Games 


(1) 1st: Overtime - A 5 minute stop time ―sudden victory overtime. 5 on 5 play Penalties will carry over.

 

(2) 2nd: Shootout 5 on 5 - If the game is not decided in a 5 minute overtime period, a shoot-out with 5 players from each team will be conducted. Winner is the team with the highest score out of 5 shooters. Visiting team shoots first. Any player still serving a penalty as of the end of overtime will not be allowed to participate in the shoot-out.

 

(3) 3rd: Shootout 1 on 1 - If the game is not decided in the 5 on 5 shootout, teams will alternate using additional different players. Visiting team shoots first. Home team gets the last shot. If in any round of 1 on 1 either team scores, and the other team does not, the team that scored is declared the winner. Shooters may not repeat until the entire roster has shot. Any player still serving a penalty as of the end of overtime will not be allowed to participate in the shoot-out.



Championship games (Henry Hine Cup and the Predators Cup will be decided as follows:

(1) 1st: Overtime - A 14 minute stop time ―sudden victory‖ overtime. Penalties will carry over.
 
(2) 2nd: Shootout 5 on 5 - If the game is not decided in a 14 minute overtime period, a shoot-out with 5 players from each team will be conducted. Winner is the team with the highest score out of 5 shooters. Visiting team shoots first. Any player still serving a penalty as of the end of overtime will not be allowed to participate in the shoot-out.
 
(3) 3rd: Shootout 1 on 1
 
If the game is not decided in the 5 on 5 shootout, teams will alternate using additional different players. Visiting team shoots first. Home team gets the last shot. If in any round of 1 on 1 either team scores, and the other team does not, the team that scored is declared the winner. Shooters may not repeat until the entire roster has shot. Any player still serving a penalty as of the end of overtime will not be allowed to participate in the shoot-out.
 


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