Divisions / Levels of Play

Open-A Division:
The Open-A division is the most competitive division with college and high school level players. The Open-A Division is open to men and women age 21 and older. You can have up to six players on a team, but only four players on the ice at a time. Each team is guaranteed four round-robin games (weather permitting), and the opportunity to qualify for the medal round and win the coveted Golden Sap Bucket Trophy. Entry Fee – $480 per team with $3800 deposit to secure your slot in the tournament. The balance of $100 is due by January 13, 2017.

Open-B Division:
The Open-B division is for the competitive high school, league or recreational player, and open to men and women 21 and older. You can have up to six players on a team, but only four players on the ice at a time. Each team is guaranteed four round-robin games (weather permitting), and the opportunity to qualify for the medal round and win the coveted Golden Sap Bucket Trophy. Entry Fee – $480 per team with $380 deposit to secure your slot in the tournament. The balance of $100 is due by January 13, 2017.

40+ Division:
The 40+ division is for men and women age 40 and older (born 1976 or earlier). You can have up to six players on a team, but only four players on the ice at a time. Each team is guaranteed four round-robin games (weather permitting), and the opportunity to qualify for the medal round and win the coveted Golden Sap Bucket Trophy. Entry Fee – $480 per team with $380 deposit to secure your slot in the tournament. The balance of $100 is due by January 13, 2017.

50+ Division:
The 50+ division is for men and women age 50 and older (born 1966 or earlier). You can have up to six players on a team, but only four players on the ice at a time. Each team is guaranteed four round-robin games (weather permitting), and the opportunity to qualify for the medal round and win the coveted Golden Sap Bucket Trophy. Entry Fee – $480 per team with $380 deposit to secure your slot in the tournament. The balance of $100 is due by January 13, 2017.

Co-Ed Division:
The co-ed division is for mixed teams looking for lighter competition. The co-ed division is open to men and women 21 and older. You can have up to six players on a team, but only four players on the ice at a time. Each team is guaranteed four round-robin games (weather permitting), and the opportunity to qualify for the medal round and win the coveted Golden Sap Bucket Trophy. Entry Fee – $480 per team with $380 deposit to secure your slot in the tournament. The balance of $100 is due by January 13, 2017.

League Division:
The League Division is for those who play in a league and are looking for lighter competition, and is open to men and women age 21 or older. You can have up to six players on a team, but only four players on the ice at a time. Each team is guaranteed four round-robin games (weather permitting), and the opportunity to qualify for the medal round and win the coveted Golden Sap Bucket Trophy. Entry Fee – $480 per team with $380 deposit to secure your slot in the tournament. The balance of $100 is due by January 13, 2017.

Pond Division:
The Pond Division is strictly for recreational players who have no formal league or school experience. The Pond Division is open to men and women 21 and older. You can have up to six players on a team, but only four players on the ice at one time. Each team is guaranteed four round-robin games (weather permitting), and the opportunity to qualify for the medal round and win the coveted Golden Sap Bucket Trophy. Entry Fee – $480 per team with $380 deposit to secure your slot in the tournament. The balance of $100 is due by January 13, 2017.

* Depending on the number of teams that signup for the 40+, 50+, Co-Ed, League and Pond Divisions, consolidations of divisions may need to occur. Every effort will be made to place teams in appropriate groupings based on your team level of play. We will make those final determinations based on your responses on the registration form, and in consultation with your team captain.

Levels of Play are defined as follows:

Pond – recreational player, no formal league or school experience

League – regular league play

HS – advanced player – played on High School Team

College+ – highly advanced player – played on college or semi-pro team

** Individuals are also welcome to register and will be placed on a team based on your “level of play”