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CAHL 2019 Summer Playoffs

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CAHL 2019 Summer Playoffs
 

Mandatory Photo ID and Playoff Player Eligibility

 

Note that all skaters and all goalies must present government issued photo ID before every playoff game in order to be eligible to play.

The timekeeper will be checking every skater and every goalie on every team before every playoff game.

Reasons such as, however not limited to: forgot to bring government issued photo identification, didn't drive to the game, left government issued photo identification at home or in the car or in the dressing room, will not be accepted.

The government issued photo identification must be shown before the playoff game and not after the playoff game or the skater or goalie is not eligible to play.

All skaters must have a minimum of 5 GP and all goalies must have a minimum of 3 GP. There are no skater exemptions for any reason under any circumstances for all playoff games for all teams including your own team and your playoff opponents.

Check the full playoff rules below at the bottom of this page for full details.

 

 

Skater Exemptions Are Not Permitted Under Any Circumstances

 

All teams, including your playoff opponents, are under the same playoff rules which are no skater exemptions for any reason under any circumstances for all playoff games.

 

Some teams may think that they are the only team to ask for skater exemptions. However, other teams including your playoff opponents ask for skater exemptions as well.

 

Your playoff opponents ask for even better skater exemptions, even more skater exemptions, and have even better reasons than your team.

 

No teams, including your playoff opponents, are permitted any skater exemptions for any reason under any circumstances for all playoff games.

 

The answer will always be "No" for all teams, including your playoff opponents, who ask for skater exemptions as well.

 

Your team would not want your playoff opponents to bring their even better, even more numerous skater exemptions, and who have even better reasons, than your team to play against your team in your playoff game.

 

All teams, including your playoff opponents, are under the same playoff rules which are no skater exemptions for any reason under any circumstances for all playoff games.

 

 

Regular Season Standings Tie-Breaking Procedure

 

If teams are tied in points in the standings at the end of the regular season the tie-breaking procedure is as follows:

 

1. Wins

2. Head-to-Head Record

3. Goal Differential

 

 

Arenas Glossary

 

EDGE-KS (Edge School - Kyle Stuart Rink)

EDGE-2 (Edge School - Rink 2)

 

 

Playoff Schedules

 

Weeknight Division I

Weeknight Division II

Weeknight Division III

Weeknight Division IV

Weeknight Division V

 

 

Weeknight Division I

All 2 Teams (Top 2 Teams of Weeknight Division II)

The Dragon Slayers are the CAHL Cup Champions

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The higher seed is always the home team.


CAHL Cup Championship Final:
-1st (Dragon Slayers: W 8) vs. 2nd (Raw Dawgs: L 3) on Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 7:45 PM at EDGE-KS
 

-Playoff MVP: #11 Curtis Ceccanese, Dragon Slayers (1 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 PTS, 1 GWG)

 

Notes:

-All rankings are based on the final regular season standings

-If teams are tied in points in the standings at the end of the regular season the tie-breaking procedure is:

1. Wins, 2. Head-to-Head Record, 3. Goal Differential

 

 

Weeknight Division II

All 2 Teams (Bottom 2 Teams of Weeknight Division II)

The Crossmount Cider Goats are the CAHL Cup Champions

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The higher seed is always the home team.


CAHL Cup Championship Final:
-3rd (Crossmount Cider Goats: W 1) vs. 4th (Black Ice: L 0) on Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 9:30 PM at EDGE-KS
 

-Playoff MVP: #11 Tucker McKenzie, Crossmount Cider Goats (1 GP, 1 G, 1 PT, 1 GWG)

 

Notes:

-All rankings are based on the final regular season standings

-If teams are tied in points in the standings at the end of the regular season the tie-breaking procedure is:

1. Wins, 2. Head-to-Head Record, 3. Goal Differential

 

 

Weeknight Division III

All 6 Teams

The Pylons are the CAHL Cup Champions

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The higher seed is always the home team.

 

1st Round - Bye:
-1st (Wolfpack), 2nd (Pylons)


1st Round - Games:
-3rd (Whalers: L 7) vs. 6th (Rudy Rangers: W 8 SO) on Tue, Aug 20, 2019 at 7:45 PM at EDGE-KS
-4th (Bumble Berries: W 4) vs. 5th (Cowboys: L 1) on Tue, Aug 20, 2019 at 9:15 PM at EDGE-KS
 

2nd Round - Semi-Finals:
-1st (Wolfpack: L 5) vs. W2 (Rudy Rangers: W 6) on Thu, Aug 22, 2019 at 6:15 PM at EDGE-KS
-2nd (Pylons: W 4 SO) vs. W1 (Bumble Berries: L 3) on Thu, Aug 22, 2019 at 7:45 PM at EDGE-KS


3rd Round - CAHL Cup Championship Final:
-W (Pylons: W 5 SO) vs. W (Rudy Rangers: L 4) on Mon, Aug 26, 2019 at 6:15 PM at EDGE-KS

 

-Playoff MVP: #34 Leandro (Leo) Rebutoc, Pylons (2 GP, 2 W, Both Shootout Wins, .909 SV%)

 

Glossary:

W1 = Highest remaining winner from the previous round (right before current round)
W2 = Second highest remaining winner from the previous round (right before current round)

W = Remaining winner from the previous round (right before current round)

 

Notes:

-All rankings are based on the final regular season standings

-If teams are tied in points in the standings at the end of the regular season the tie-breaking procedure is:

1. Wins, 2. Head-to-Head Record, 3. Goal Differential

 

 

Weeknight Division IV

All 5 Teams

The Young Bucks are the CAHL Cup Champions

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The higher seed is always the home team.


1st Round - Bye:
-1st (Snipers), 2nd (White Knights), 3rd (Young Bucks)

 

1st Round - Game:
-4th (Warthogs: W 8) vs. 5th (Rockstars: L 5) on Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 9:00 PM at EDGE-2

 

2nd Round - Semi-Finals:
-1st (Snipers: W 3) vs. W (Warthogs: L 0) on Wed, Aug 21, 2019 at 8:00 PM at EDGE-KS
-2nd (White Knights: L 3) vs. 3rd (Young Bucks: W 4 SO) on Wed, Aug 21, 2019 at 9:30 PM at EDGE-KS

3rd Round - CAHL Cup Championship Final:
-WW (Snipers: L 1) vs. WW (Young Bucks: W 6) on Mon, Aug 26, 2019 at 8:00 PM at EDGE-KS

 

-Playoff MVP: #4 Brayden Ascah, Young Bucks (2 GP, 3 G, 1 A, 4 PTS, 1 GWG)

 

Glossary:
W = Remaining winner from the previous round (right before current round)

WW = Remaining winner from the previous round (right before current round)

 

Notes:

-All rankings are based on the final regular season standings

-If teams are tied in points in the standings at the end of the regular season the tie-breaking procedure is:

1. Wins, 2. Head-to-Head Record, 3. Goal Differential

 

 

Weeknight Division V

All 5 Teams

The Phillies are the CAHL Cup Champions

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The higher seed is always the home team.

 

1st Round - Bye:
-1st (Daddies), 2nd (TSN Turning Points), 3rd (Phillies)

 

1st Round - Game:
-4th (Lycans: W 8) vs. 5th (Tyro Maniacs: L 2) on Tue, Aug 20, 2019 at 6:15 PM at EDGE-KS

 

2nd Round - Semi-Finals:
-1st (Daddies: L 5) vs. W (Lycans: W 6 SO) on Thu, Aug 22, 2019 at 8:00 PM at EDGE-2
-2nd (TSN Turning Points: L 4) vs. 3rd (Phillies: W 6) on Thu, Aug 22, 2019 at 9:30 PM at EDGE-2

3rd Round - CAHL Cup Championship Final:
-WW (Phillies: W 5) vs. WW (Lycans: L 4) on Mon, Aug 26, 2019 at 9:45 PM at EDGE-KS

 

-Playoff MVP: #28 Brendan Nemes, Phillies (2 GP, 3 G, 3 A, 6 PTS)

 

Glossary:
W = Remaining winner from the previous round (right before current round)

WW = Remaining winner from the previous round (right before current round)

 

Notes:

-All rankings are based on the final regular season standings

-If teams are tied in points in the standings at the end of the regular season the tie-breaking procedure is:

1. Wins, 2. Head-to-Head Record, 3. Goal Differential

 

 

Playoff Rules

 

2x. (as of Jul 12, 2017) Playoff Player Eligibility for Summer Seasons:


Minimum Regular Season Games Requirement
Only skaters who played in at least a minimum total of five (5) or more of his or her team's regular season games and goalies who have played in at least a minimum total of three (3) or more of his or her team's regular season games are permitted to play in the playoffs. Skaters who did not play in at least a minimum total of five (5) or more of his or her team's regular season games and goalies who did not play in at least a minimum total of three (3) or more of his or her team's regular season games are not permitted to play in the playoffs (please see below under Goalie Unavailability section rules for possible application and permission for emergency goalies).

Government Issued Photo Identification Requirement
All players, skaters and goalies, are required to bring government issued photo identification to every playoff game in order to confirm if a player is eligible or not. If a player is unable to present his or her government issued photo identification when requested by an on or off ice official for government issued photo identification, then that player will no longer be permitted to participate in that playoff game. If the player refuses to comply, even with a warning, and continues to play without presenting his or her government issued photo identification, then unless that player stops playing, that player's team will automatically default and their opponent will be awarded the victory. Reasons such as, however not limited to: forgot to bring government issued photo identification, did not drive to the game, left government issued photo identification at home or in the car or in the dressing room, will not be accepted.

However, a player may appeal to the on or off ice officials and if at least one of the on or off ice officials knows or recognizes the player, who does not have government issued photo identification, as a regular skater who has played in at least a minimum total of five (5) or a goalie who has played in at least a minimum total of three (3) or more of his or her team's regular season games then that player will be permitted to play. If none of the on or off ice officials know or recognize the player, who does not have government issued photo identification, as a regular skater who has played in at least a minimum total of five (5) or a goalie who has played in at least a minimum total of three (3) or more of his or her team's regular season games, then that player's appeal will be rejected and that player will not be permitted to participate in that playoff game. If that player refuses to comply, even with a warning, and continues to play, then unless that player stops playing, that player's team will automatically default and their opponent will be awarded the victory.

Goalie Unavailability
In the event that a team does not have any of their eligible goalies who have played in at least a minimum of three (3) or more of his or her team's regular season games available to play in a specific playoff game(s), the team may apply for permission from the CAHL - Calgary Adult Hockey League for an emergency goalie(s) to play in that specific playoff game(s). Each case and application will be reviewed and permission may or may not be granted for any reason with or without explanation, at the CAHL - Calgary Adult Hockey League's sole discretion, for any emergency goalie(s) or specific playoff game(s). Emergency goalies are still required to bring government issued photo identification to every playoff game in order to confirm if the goalie is eligible or not as per our Government Issued Photo Identification Requirement section rules above.

Emergency goalie permission must be requested at least 12 hours in advance of the playoff game in order for any chance of emergency goalie permission to be possibly granted.

Emergency goalie permission will not be granted under any circumstances at/during/near the start of the playoff game.

If a team brings an ineligible goalie to a playoff game (who hasn't been given permission in advance to be an emergency goalie for that playoff game) with less than the minimum 3 games played then the ineligible goalie automatically will not be given emergency goalie permission under any circumstances to play in that playoff game. The team will either have to dress one of their eligible skaters in that ineligible goalie's equipment to play goalie or forfeit and lose that playoff game. Again, the ineligible goalie will not be given emergency goalie permission to play in that playoff game under any circumstances. Reasons such as, however not limited to: forgot the current playoff eligibility/goalie unavailability rules, didn't check the current playoff eligibility/goalie unavailability rules, forgot to ask for emergency goalie permission in advance, didn't have time to ask for emergency goalie permission in advance, will not be accepted.

 


1m. (as of Dec 18, 2014) Regular Season and Playoff Shootout Player Eligibility:
 

Any player whose penalty has not yet expired when regulation time has ended will not be eligible to participate in the shootout and must remain in the penalty box. Any player who was removed from the game for a penalty or was ejected will not be eligible to participate in the shootout.

 


1h. (as of Dec 18, 2014) Tie Breaking Procedures for Regular Season and Playoff Games:

If the score remains tied after regulation time, a best of three (3) vs. three (3) shootout will commence. The home team will have the choice to shoot first or second. If the score is still tied after the three (3) vs. three (3) shootout, there will be a sudden death shootout, with each team having an equal number of turns, to determine the winner. The goalie must remain in his or her crease until the skater taking the shot has touched the puck. If the goalie does not and if the shot fails the official(s) will have the same skater re-take the shot. The puck must be kept in motion towards the opponent's end of the ice. No goal can be scored on a rebound (unless the puck bounces off the goal post, then off the goalie, and then into the net). No skater may shoot more than once unless every other skater on their team has already shot.

 

 

1e. (as of Dec 18, 2014) Game Lengths:

All regular season and playoff games have ice times of 1.25 hours (75 minutes) in length except for potential elimination CAHL Cup Championship games which have ice times of 1.5 hours (90 minutes) in length in order to accommodate the possibly needed post-game on-ice awards ceremony. All regular season and playoff games consist of three stop time periods: A 15 minute first period, a 15 minute second period, a 12 minute third period, and if tied a best of three shootout and then if still tied a sudden death shootout.

 

 

2t. (as of Dec 18, 2014) Awards:

Awards such as, however not limited to, cups, trophies, medals, ribbons, plaques, and banners are not guaranteed to be provided and may or may not be provided at any time, and with or without any explanation, at the sole discretion of the CAHL - Calgary Adult Hockey League and may vary in any way from season to season, division to division, team to team, and player to player.


 


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Weeknight Division III
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Weeknight Division IV
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Weeknight Division V
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Weekend Division IV
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Weekend Division V
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