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Ontario Prospects Girls Hockey Challenge

Spring Girls Hockey Tournament

Now in its 11th year, our annual girls hockey tournament is planned for 31 May – 2 June 2019 in Kingston, Ontario.  Since its inaugural year, our girls Ontario Prospects Hockey Challenge grows each year and attracts teams & players from across Ontario, Quebec, New York, Florida, California, and various locations in Europe, Russia, and Asia.

Join us in Kingston, Ontario from 31 May – 2 June 2019 for our annual girls hockey tournament!

Girls Hockey Tournament

Girls Hockey Tournament Levels offered

  • U7 (2012/2013/2014)
  • U8 (2011)
  • U9 (2010)
  • U9/U10 Tier 2 (2010 + 2009 Rec) * We will have 2 sub-divisions, U9 and U10 Tier 2, if we have enough teams
  • U10 Tier 1 (2009)
  • U11 (2008)
  • U12 (2007)
  • U13 (2006)
  • U14 (2005)
  • U15 (2004)
  • U16/U19 (2000-2003) (starts on Friday 3-4PM)  

Tournament Features & Highlights

  • 4 Games Guaranteed with a possibility of 6/7
  • On site trainer & certified officials at all times
  • Highly competitive tournament operated by dedicated, experienced, & bilingual staff
  • Photograph on site, team pictures, & games available on DVD
  • Family-oriented tournament as siblings can play for our tournament Prospects teams
  • Tournament over early afternoon on Sunday & affordable for families
  • Awesome new awards to Champions & Finalists
  • Arenas have easy access from Hwy-401, no traffic
  • Several kiosks present during the tournament for your hockey needs
  • FOCUS on the prospect athlete’s skills development
  • The event runs and ends on time and much more
Cities Kingston, Ontario
Divison Initiation, Novice, Tyke, Minor Atom, Atom, Minor Peewee, Peewee, Minor Bantam, Bantam, Minor Midget, Midget, Major Midget, Juvenile
Levels AAA, AA, A, B
Gender Female
Phone 613-893-1917
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