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12th Annual Capital High School Hockey Tournament presented by Holy Trinity High School

The 12th Annual Capital High School Hockey Tournament will be hosted by the best facility in the National Capital Region, providing a professional-quality tournament at a great price.

Teams will play all games on 3 NHL & 1 International sized ice surface, with Stanley's Restaurant overlooking the action below.

All games will be played during the hours of 8am to 7pm on Monday and Tuesday. (2 games Monday, 1 Tuesday + playoffs)
Choose this event for your pre-season visit to Ottawa and your team will be thrilled at the chance to participate at the host facility of the 2008 Boys and 2010 Girls OFSAA championship!
Some features of the Capital High School Hockey Tournament:

  • Prizing will be awarded to Champions & Finalists
  • Awards Ceremony Following EVERY Game for Player of the Game selections from both teams
  • Great competition
  • Best facility anywhere for tournaments
  • Fantastic hotels, shopping and amenities within 3 minutes of Tournament Headquarters

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

  • Stanley's Restaurant
  • Lightning Blade Pro Shop
Cities Ottawa, Ontario
Divison High School
Levels AAA, AA, A
Gender Both
Phone 613-599-0227
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