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4th Annual Powerplay House League Classic presented by the Orleans Rush

The 4th Annual Powerplay Houseleague Classic is presented by the Orleans Rush and will be headquartered at the state-of-the-art Richcraft Sensplex, where parents can enjoy the action from the comfort of Stanley's Restaurant above above three of our four ice surfaces. The event will be facilitated by the same experienced staff as tournaments at the Bell Sensplex, whose tournaments, year after year, feature some of the best and most diverse competition available at the house league level, regularly featuring an extensive waiting list at many divisions. Apply now to guarantee your team the best opportunity for acceptance.

The Powerplay Houseleague Classic is pleased to guarantee a three-game minimum for all teams and aims to provide teams with their best tournamanet experience of the season!

Your team and parents will thank you for coming to Ottawa for your first half tournament!
 
Some tournament features include:

  • Prizing awarded to Champions & Finalists
  • A guaranteed THREE game minimum (up to 6 possible depending on division)
  • Awards ceremony following EVERY game for "Player of the Game" selections from both teams
  • Free admission for all spectators! (no admission / gate fees)
  • Great competition
  • Best facilites anywhere for tournaments
  • Fantastic hotels, shopping and amenities within 3 minutes of tournament headquarters
  • Exclusive access to Ottawa Senators tickets subject to NHL schedule

 The Richcraft Sensplex features plenty to compliment the action on the ice, including:

  •  Stanley's Restaurant & Bar overlooking play
  •  Lightning Blade Pro Shop
Cities Ottawa, Ontario
Divison Bantam, Midget
Levels House
Gender Both
Phone 6135990227
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