2023 Ultimate Challenge
July 14-16th 2023
The annual Ultimate Challenge is back again. Come join us for another great weekend of Adult hockey.
Registration opens 4/14/2023 and closes 6/30/2023 while spots remain.
- Team fee $995
- $200 Deposit needed upon team registration
- 4 Game guarantee
- Catered Lunch on Saturday Afternoon
- Variety of competitive divisions
- 24 teams max for tournament
- Players must be 21 years of age or older to play
Rules & Regulations:
- USA Hockey Rules will govern the tournament games unless specifically specified otherwise.
- Captains will be given rule sheet upon confirmation of registration.
- Team rosters are needed prior to teams first game. Note of jersey colors and level preferred upon registration.
- Outstanding balances need to be settled before taking the ice
- Non Checking Tournament
- All games are three 13-minute periods with a three minute warm-up
- Point system: Win = 2 points; Tie = 1 point; Loss = 0 points
- All teams must be prepared to begin play on the evening of July 14th
- The Tournament Director will do his best to honor any special team requests when it comes to divisions and schedule.
- Four Game guarantee for all teams
- Divisions ranging from A/B to Low C
- Multiple hotels and restaurants/ bars within minutes of the arena
- Family friendly atmosphere
- No Spectator Fee
- Catered Lunch on Saturday for all players
**Division breakdowns are a guideline for our tournament directors to set groupings. It is not an exact science, but we will do our best to keep all divisions as fair as possible.
Top Division (A/B): Mainly consist of teams who have been traveling playing adult tournaments for a long time. This division features players with a variety of high level hockey pedigree. Some players with college and low minor experience. Typical adult league terms this is the A/B level division. The skill and experience are unmatched.
Middle Division (Low B – C) This is the average adult league division. Many teams are local teams from leagues in the area. Players have some higher level hockey experience whether at the youth levels, or storied adult league careers, mixed with others who are out to play for fun and get a good skate. Skill is average to slightly above average. More about the fun of the weekend. This division is typically broken up into smaller subdivisions, based on familiarity of team skill level.
Low Division (Low C – D ) Our lowest division usually made up of the lower end hockey team who love just love to play. Skill may not always be there, but the heart is unmatched. Players typically play in the lowest levels of adult league, maybe even in a learn to play program.