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For the past 20+ years, the TR St. Patrick’s Day Tournament has been one of our most popular adult hockey offerings. This Coed adult (21 & older) tournament features 3 games guaranteed plus playoffs & championship. 6 Divisions for Competetive Gameplay!

  • March 18-20, 2022

  • Register your team or as an individual to join a Twin Rinks team.
  • Divisions: (Adults) Tier 1-6
  • 3 Game Guarantee + Championships
  • Exclusive Room Rates at Sheraton Stamford
  • Food & Drink Specials all weekend at Iceview Tavern
  • Full Tournament Package: $1750 / Team

  • 3 Game Guarantee + Playoffs
  • Official St. Patty’s Pint glasses for all team members
  • Official St. Patty’s Team Jerseys provided
  • Basic Tournament Package: $1100 / Team

  • 3 Game Guarantee + Playoffs.
  • Teams who register for the basic tournament package must bring their own uniforms and must:

  • Provide both a Dark and White Jersey
  • Have numbered Jerseys with no duplicates
  • Individual Registration – Join a Twin Rinks Team: $200
  • Register as an individual to join a Twin Rinks team
  • Goalies Play for Free!
  • St. Patty’s Jersey’s given to all team members
  • Professionally managed teams – no hassle! 
  • Individuals should register for the level which best suits them. Players should be prepared to be placed on a team one level higher or lower based on registration numbers & number of teams. 
  • Tier Definitions: 

  • Tier 1: Some Pro, college, and Junior Playing Experience, 21+. This level is for the most competitive and highest-paced games.
  • Tier 2: Most players in Tier 2 have played high level hockey at the Prep, D3, Club, Junior A/B levels but are 3-5 years removed from these levels. Some players at this level may still be actively competing at the college/club level. Many players at this level have had extensive hockey training and coaching throughout their lives.
  • Tier 3: Players have High School playing experience and/or intermediate adult league experience. Many players at this level will have advanced skills in skating, passing, shooting, and/or positional awareness.
  • Tier 4: Some players have high school playing experience. Games at this level are relatively quick moving and players at this level have solid control on the ice and have developed their passing, shooting, and positional awareness beyond the basic level. 
  • Tier 5: A few players may have high school playing experience. Some players may have started their hockey careers after high school and may have intermediate & recreational adult league experience. 
  • Tier 6: Most Tier 6 skaters have not had significant coaching or played significant youth hockey as a child, but have basic knowledge of the game, skating and puck handling skills. Players at this level are expected to be able to maintain balance on their skates, be able to stop, and have decent body control; however, they may still be developing other skills like passing and shooting. Players with more experience but who are slowing with age may enjoy Tier 6 for a slower paced game

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