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2018 TOURNAMENT FEATURES:

  • Team Entry Fee Included - 4 game guarantee and 5 game maximum at the NY Islanders NEW practice twin rink called the Northwell Ice Center
  • 2 nights accommodation at the Courtyard Marriott or Marriott, both 10 minutes drive to the arena.  World class shopping just minutes away including the Gallery at Westbury and Roosevelt Mall.  Just 23 miles from Coney Island and the Brooklyn Bridge.
  • Free hotel parking (which is unheard of in NYC)
  • 2 full breakfasts at your hotel
  • Free Package for coach or manager (based on adult pricing for double, triple or quad occupancy) *based on a minimum of 30 people on the package
  • Free post-game drink
  • Free CHE Gift for team manager
  • Free Admission to all games and Free e-programs
  • $100 Hockey Camp Credit for each player, coach or parent to attend a 2017-18 CHE hockey camp.
  • Celebrity Appearance & Tournament Delegat former NY Islander Steve Webb and full-time CHE staff including CHE owner Paul Crowley, former Preo Player/Red Wing Scout and OHL coach
  • Quality Awards including the "Big Apple Cup", Player of the Game awards, Gold-Silver-Bronze medals, MVP and Sportsmanship award per division.
  • USA HOCKEY SANCTIONED
  • All applicable taxes and gratuities included
  • Discounted Thursday nights accommodation available
  • Tournament games begin Friday at 11:00am
  • 2 NHL games available
    • March 30 - Maple Leafs @ NY Islanders
    • March 30 - Lightning @ NY Rangers
Cities New York, New York
Divison Atom, Peewee, Bantam, Midget, Squirt
Levels AA, A, B, Selects
Gender Male
Phone 1-800-461-2161
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