2016 Black Team (A Division) Planning
For parents sending unaccompanied players, please understand the Stealth staff will have its hands full with 100 players spread between various rinks, hotels, and food locations. Please try to pair up your player with another family on the same team. It's very important that we have the proper medical form completed. Please click here for more information on our policies and requirements.
In addition to the Jr. Stealth coaches, you'll see the team management at every tournament. We're always happy to help keep an eye on the kids, but there are about 20 players per team running around the hotel and moving to games at different times. We appreciate the help from our parent volunteers!
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NLL Junior Tournament in Toronto - August 26 to 28, 2016
Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (primary rink)
1132 Invicta Drive
Oakville, ON L6H 6G1
Joshua's Creek (secondary rink)
1663 North Service Rd. E
Oakville, ON L6H 7T1
Fairfield Inn by Marriott Toronto / Oakville
2937 Sherwood Heights Drive
Oakville, Ont L6J 7L3
Erika Campos is contact person
The room block has expired. Try using the group code "Vancouver Stealth Peewee, Bantam or Midget." The group rate is $115 per night.
Saturday, August 13 at the Langley Events Centre Fieldhouse
10:15-11:45am - Peewee Black
1:45-3:15pm - Bantam Black and Red
3:30-5:00pm - Midget Black
Sunday, August 14 at the Langley Events Centre Fieldhouse
9 - 10am - Peewee Black and Red
10:15-11:15am - Bantam Black and Red
11:30am - 12:30pm - Midget Black
1:30-2:30pm - Fantasy Game #1 (Peewee Black and Red, Bantam Red)
3:00-4:00pm - Fantasy Game #2 (Bantam Black, Midget Black)
Link to schedule.
The NLL Junior Teams Tournament. First games begin early on Friday, Aug. 26, so Thursday, Aug. 25 will be a travel day. Update: Last game will be at 2pm on Aug. 28, playoff day.
The Toronto Rock Athletic Centre is about a half hour away from the airport with minimal traffic. The Rock have arranged to have a number of food options onsite. There are two pads; one turf and one concrete floor. All teams will likely play on both.
The tournament has a added a second facility.
The NLL has published a rulebook for youth games. Rules will be modified for tournament play, of course. Please note goalies will play with NLL regulation sticks. Toronto Rock will have extras at the facility to borrow for games. Also, we will be playing on NLL regulation goals, which are larger than the Canadian youth-size goals.